Top 10 similar words or synonyms for camote

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for camote

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Camote cue The term is a portmanteau of ""camote"" and "barbecue", the latter in Philippine English refers to meat cooked in a style similar to kebabs. Though served skewered on bamboo sticks, it is not cooked on the stick. The skewer is purely for easier handling as it is usually sold on the streets to passers by.
Camote cue Camote cue or camote fritter (Tagalog: "Kamote kyu") is a popular snack food in the Philippines made from "camote" (sweet potato). Slices of "camote" are coated with brown sugar and then fried to cook the potatoes and to caramelize the sugar. It is one of the most common street foods in the Philippines, along with banana cue and turon.
Balo-i, Lanao del Norte Crops: camote (the largest camote in the province), corn, pakal, vegetables, squash, watermelon, madang, durian, coconut, peanut, sweet potato.
Satay In the majority of the Philippines, satay (especially pork or chicken) is referred to by the generic English name "barbecue" (usually shortened to "BBQ"). This association is the source of the portmanteau names for other popular street foods that are also served skewered, such as banana cue ("banana" + "barbecue") and camote cue (""camote" (sweet potato) + barbecue").
Ilocos Sur Such agricultural crops as rice, corn tobacco and fruit trees dominate their farm industries. Secondary crops are camote and cassava, sugar cane and onions.
Turon (food) "Turon" is a popular street food amongst Filipinos. These are usually sold along streets with banana cue, camote cue, and "maruya".
Los Angeles, Bohol People in the barangay are mostly farmers who live by planting rice, taro, camote, cassava, banana, and other vegetables. Some till agricultural smallholdings. Some of the population also weave mats, and produce palm oil and coconut products.
Baungon, Bukidnon The town's economy is primarily agricultural. The main agricultural products of Baungon are corn, casava, banana, camote, fruits and vegetables, bamboo crafts, and abaca products. Mill products consist of the following: corn grits, rice, and casava starch.
Ilihan People in the barangay are mostly farmers who live by planting rice, camote, cassava, banana, and other vegetables. Some till agricultural smallholdings. Some of the population also weave mats, and produce palm oil and coconut products.
Bay-ang People in the barangay are mostly farmers whose living is based on planting rice, camote, cassava, banana, and other vegetables. Some till small agricultural lots. Some of the population weave mats and produce palm oil and coconut products.