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Recipe: Delicious Turon Filipino Banana Lumpia Dessert

Turon Filipino Banana Lumpia Dessert. Turon is a common dessert or snack food in the Philippines. Many "Street Food" Vendors also sell it because it's popular among Pinoys. There are two ways you can buy this in the Philippines; one where a Bamboo skewer is holding it and the other, where no skewer is used and your hands hold the entire turon to eat but if you want to prepare something you're sure is cleaner and just the.

Turon Filipino Banana Lumpia Dessert Turon is a type of Filipino snack. It is also called deep-fried banana rolls or banana lumpia. A typical Filipino meryenda and dessert, Turon has gained popularity throughout the years. You can cook Turon Filipino Banana Lumpia Dessert using 5 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Turon Filipino Banana Lumpia Dessert

  1. It's 6 of Saba bananas.
  2. You need 1 cup of ripe jackfruit.
  3. Prepare 1 1/2 cup of brown sugar.
  4. You need 12 pieces of spring roll wrappers.
  5. Prepare 2 cup of cooking oil.

Turon Baklava (Banana Lumpia Baklava) Desserts Turon is a banana lumpia that is traditionally made by deep frying the lumpia with brown sugar. In this version we take all the ingredients and make turon a little bit easier by using the layering method of Baklava. We were first introduced to this traditional Filipino dessert at this fruit stand in Kahuku, Turon is a popular Filipino snack that's sweet, crunchy, and satisfying.

Turon Filipino Banana Lumpia Dessert step by step

  1. Roll banana on brown sugar. Making sure you coat the entire banana with a lot of sugar.
  2. Place the banana coated with brown sugar in the spring roll wrapper and add some jackfruit.
  3. Fold and wrap spring roll wrapper sealing it with water or homemade paste (see my lumpia recipe for directions on how to make paste).
  4. In a pan, heat up the oil and put brown sugar and wait until the brown sugar floats.
  5. Put in the wrapped bananas and fry until the wrapper turns golden brown and the extra sugar sticks on the wrapper.
  6. Serve hot with or without ice cream on top! Enjoy!.

Ripe saba banana, jackfruit, and brown sugar are rolled together in a flour lumpia wrapper and fried to a golden crisp. Typically served for merienda (Filipino afternoon snack) or dessert, turon has the perfect blend of flavor and texture. Delightfully sweet with a delicate crisp bite, Banana Lumpia [Filipino Turon] is one of the easiest desserts you will ever make. We were first introduced to this traditional Filipino dessert at this fruit stand in Kahuku, Oahu. B and I took each took a bite, and even as our mouths were still chewing, our eyes were saying, "we are definitely going to learn how to make these!" This Turon Saba recipe is a typical Filipino merienda or snack.

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