Binangkal Recipe


Binangkal is fried bread with sesame seeds as coating. The sesame seeds is what makes this bread delicious. I have seen some Binangkal having few sesame seeds only, you can even count them using your fingers, okay, also using your toes. :) It's funny because it's suppose to be sesame balls, so one should be generous with the sesame seeds, right? Now, now, I'll stop the talking and just simply show you how to keep those sesame seeds to forever stick to your Binangkal.

Check the Binangkal Recipe below with step by step instructions. Happy cooking! :)

1.  In a bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder and baking soda.

2. In a separate bowl, combine the milk, oil and vanilla extract. Mix well.

3. Add the dry ingredients in the bowl with the wet ingredients. Mix.

4. Use two teaspoons, one to spoon a small amount of batter and the other one to aid in forming 1" balls. This is for you not to mess your hands.

I would also like to emphasize to first form the batter into balls (of course using the teaspoons) before dropping in the plate with sesame seeds, otherwise your Binangkal will not be round in shape after frying.

5. Drop the balls in a plate of sesame seeds. Use one teaspoon to scrape the batter off the other teaspoon. Sprinkle with sesame seeds first. Once fully covered, roll the ball in the plate then roll it using your hands.

6.  Fry till brown. Use medium heat so that the center of the Binangkal gets fully cooked.

7. Place over paper towels for the excess oil to be absorbed. Then serve these delightful Binangkal as an afternoon snack. Enjoy these together with a cup of coffee. Life is great right? :)


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5 comments :

Anonymous said...

Can you bake them? If so what temperature and how many minutes?

Jane said...

hmmm.. baking these binangkal i think will create a totally different textured bread. it would be better to stick to frying them. you can try of course, say 350F but they wont be the same. I havent tried experimenting with binangkal but have tried baking crunchy pilipit instead of frying them. the result is simply different. please do try and tell us how it goes, k? :)

row grabau said...

Salamat sa lahat ng mga recipe mo😊

tangub cityjail said...

Hi i've tried your binangkal and my family loves it... im going to make it this coming christmas party. Can u give mu ur brownies recipe?

Anonymous said...

What are the measurement for the ingredients?

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