Ramadan delights bring spotlight to culinary traditions of Filipino Muslims

MANILA: From banana with coconut milk to rice with crunchy chicken floss and slow-cooked caramelized meat, Filipino Muslims serve special delicacies during Ramadan — rekindling their Catholic-majority country’s connection to a centuries-old Islamic heritage.
There are some 12 million Muslims in the Philippines, or about 10 percent of the population, living mostly on the island of Mindanao and in the Sulu archipelago in the country’s south, as well as in Manila.

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