Turon Saba (Banana Plantain Rolls in Sugar)

Turon Saba

Turon named in Tagalog, is a typical Filipino snack. Turon has many varieties that consists of plantain and jackfruit wrapped in a lumpia (spring roll) wrapper, dipped in brown sugar and then fried. This is somewhat resembles banana spring rolls.

Ingredients :

  • 1/2 dozen ripe saba (banana plantain)
  • 1 cup chopped langka (jackfruit)
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • lumpia (spring roll) wrappers
  • oil, enough for deep frying
(Cooking Measurements)

Cooking Procedures :

  1. Cut banana in half, and cut each half into 3 pieces. Roll slightly each banana piece in sugar.
  2. Place coated bananas on top of eachlumpia wrapper (this will depend to your liking on how many pieces of banana slices for each wrapper), spread with choppedlangka (jackfruit), carefully wrap and roll into shape of egg roll. Seal the ends with water or egg white.
  3. Fry in deep medium-high oil. Sprinkle 1/8 teaspoon of sugar over your turon. This will caramelize and stick to your turon. Flip yourturon to coat evenly with caramelized sugar. Fry until golden brown and crisp.
  4. Remove from pan and set over wax paper for a couple of minutes and then enjoy!
Variations
Sesame seeds (if desired) maybe sprinkled while turon is still hot and the sugar has not set.Maybe served with ice cream for dessert or just as is for snack!

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11 Responses to “Turon Saba (Banana Plantain Rolls in Sugar)”

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  1. lalalalala says:

    wow yummy malinamnam

  2. The turon is really good. It’s yummy and delicious. One of my favorite pinoy desserts.

  3. hannah tianga says:

    looks delicious .. specially if tried it .. hehe

  4. analyn monsanto says:

    hmmmmm dilesyoso!!!

  5. judy ann says:

    wow masarap siya natikman ko na yan pero sa picture masarap siyang tingnana

  6. Chase Smith says:

    This looks good! I’m only 14. Mygrandma is Filipino, and i like to learn more about my heritage :)

  7. Dana Oliver Mae Saladino says:

    I like to learn cooking different kinds of filipino dishes.

  8. renren says:

    wow! ang sarap naman yan puwedeng tikman nakakagutom kasi eh! hahahaha……..

  9. almira ybarita says:

    sa picture pa lang masarap na!!

  10. mae france arellano says:

    i hope i could also have some dessert recipe, also filipino favorites…
    i love this already..really yummy…

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