|Alternative names||panyam, panialam|
|Place of origin||Philippines|
|Region or state||Mindanao|
|Main ingredients||Glutinous rice, muscovado, coconut milk|
|Similar dishes||bibingka, puto|
Panyalam or panyam, is a traditional Filipino fried rice pancake. It is made with ground glutinous rice, muscovado (or brown sugar), and coconut milk mixed into a batter that is deep-fried.
Panyalam originates from Mindanao and nearby islands. It is particularly popular among Muslim Filipinos, including among the Maguindanao, Maranao, Sama-Bajau, and Tausug people. It is commonly served during special occasions and religious holidays (notably during Hari Raya). It is also a traditional dish among native Christian and animist Lumad groups, like the Mansaka and non-Islamized communities of the Sama-Bajau.
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