piyaya (Filipino)

flour, muscovado

Piaya is a flatbread filled with refined to unrefined brown sugar with a strong molasses content and flavor from the Philippines especially common in Negros Occidental where it originated.

Created Dec. 3, 2016 by: eemia21

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