We call them kamonsil/kamunsil. In Luzon, it’s called camachile.
November is not yet the season for kamonsil. Wait till summer. Along the national highway going south, particularly nearing Iloilo’s southernmost town, San Joaquin, you will see lined up along the road, small tables with plastic bowls or plates of kamonsil for sale.
Right now, I’m reminded of a kind of traditional biscuit called kamonsil. Panaderia de Molo, for one, has it.
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