Banana cue

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A Banana cue or Banana Q (Tagalog: Banana kyu) is a popular snack food or street food in the Philippines.wikipedia
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Satay

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The "cue" in the name is an abbreviation of barbecue, which in Philippine English refers to meat cooked in a style similar to satay.
This association is the source of the portmanteau names for other popular street foods that are also served skewered, such as banana cue ("banana" + "barbecue") and camote cue ("camote (sweet potato) + barbecue").

Ginanggang

The skewer stick is just for ease of serving and eating, but is not cooked on the skewer (as opposed to ginanggang).
It differs from banana cue in that the banana is actually grilled on the stick.

Camote cue

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It is one of the most common street foods in the Philippines, along with banana cue and turon.

Skewer

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It is usually skewered on a bamboo stick, and sold on the streets.
Many types of snack food, such as candy apples, banana cue, ginanggang, elote, and tanghulu, are sold and served "on a stick" or skewer, especially at outdoor markets, fairs, and sidewalk or roadside stands around the world.

Turon (food)

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These are usually sold along streets with banana cue, camote cue, and maruya.

Maruya (food)

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Banana cue

Tagalog language

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A Banana cue or Banana Q (Tagalog: Banana kyu) is a popular snack food or street food in the Philippines.

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A Banana cue or Banana Q (Tagalog: Banana kyu) is a popular snack food or street food in the Philippines.

Street food

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A Banana cue or Banana Q (Tagalog: Banana kyu) is a popular snack food or street food in the Philippines.

Philippines

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A Banana cue or Banana Q (Tagalog: Banana kyu) is a popular snack food or street food in the Philippines.

Barbecue

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The "cue" in the name is an abbreviation of barbecue, which in Philippine English refers to meat cooked in a style similar to satay.

Philippine English

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The "cue" in the name is an abbreviation of barbecue, which in Philippine English refers to meat cooked in a style similar to satay.

Brown sugar

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Banana cue is made with deep fried bananas coated in caramelized brown sugar.

Bamboo

Saba banana

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The bananas used for this recipe are Saba bananas, which are very commonly used for cooking in the Philippines.

List of street foods

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Cueshé

Formed in 1998 in Cebu by Fritz Labrado, Jovan Mabini and Mike Manaloto, the word Cueshé is a portmanteau of "Cue", from banana cue; a snack delicacy in the Philippines, which are skewered bananas coated with caramel, and the pronoun "shé" (pronounced shay), was named after their former vocalist, which is a female who joined in 1999.

Regional variations of barbecue

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Bananacue, a dish consisting of plantains, skewered on a stick similar in style to shish kebab, is also commonly cooked.

Cooking banana

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In the Philippines, Banana cue is a popular snack.

Naga, Camarines Sur

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Kinalas is usually paired with Baduya, or with Banana or camote cue.

List of deep fried foods

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Banana cue