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Cylindrical rice cakes usually peddled to bus passengers by ambulant vendors and sold as pasalubong, espasol is a Laguna specialty made from malagkit (glutinous rice), buko (youg coconut), pinipig (rice crispies) and sugar, rolled in rice flour and wrapped in paper.
Espasol Recipe ingredients:
malagkit, buko, pinipig, sugar
Where can you buy the best espasol in town? look for it in the town of Nagcarlan, Laguna, near the Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery. You can see the espasol made in several factories.
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