Turon Recipe the word “turon” actually means fried, lumpia-wrapper-enveloped dessert. This tasty snack is already a part of the Filipino lives especially when you just want to kick back and relax. Its soft and chewy goodness inside combined with its sweet and crispy texture makes you want to eat more after your first bite.
It is actually quite affordable and easy to make with the help of this recipe. It is only made of thinly sliced Saba or plantain bananas, a slice of jackfruit, lumpia or spring roll wrapper, and brown sugar.
You can even replace the jackfruit with another filling such as mango or sweet potato. If you have a sweet tooth, you also can add more sugar. If you prefer a crispier and harder texture, you could fry the turon longer. It’s all up to what fancies you.
If sugar on top of your food is not your thing, you can opt out of that of course and just cook it without the sugar you can however substitute the sweetener with honey instead.
Overall, it’s a scrumptious and healthy dessert for those who would love to sink their teeth in crispy sweet desserts while still maintaining a good health. Read the full information of this Turon recipe, so you can make your own sweet snack.
- 3 ripe plantain banana
- spring roll wrapper
- brown sugar
- jack fruit
- Roll the banana on the brown sugar to coat
- Add some jackfruit
- Wrap and seal the banana
- Fry it in low to medium heat