Bonelos kalamasa or Guam's pumpkin doughnut is a very pretty addition to your holiday table or your tray of bonelos. The orange hue screams of pumpkin, welcoming the holidays, or autumn if you are stateside. On Guam, it is warm all the time and other than bonelos dago, we get to eat everything all year long; well, you can eat bonelos dago all year too, but it's made more often around Christmas.
Unlike bonelos aga, you do need to add milk to make bonelos kalamasa.
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