Turon with Jackfruit. The traditional Turon has saba bananas covered in brown sugar and wrapped in lumpia wrapper, then fried. It also goes by "Lumpiang Saging" or "Banana Lumpia." Some say Filipinos invented Turon to deal with the surplus of bananas in the Philippines. The addition of yellow jackfruit in the filling upgrades the regular Turon to "Turon.
It is composed of a piece of saba banana that is sliced in half lengthwise, and a few slices of ripe jackfruit. Dredge the banana in sugar until completely coated. You may use either brown or white sugar. You can cook Turon with Jackfruit using 5 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Turon with Jackfruit
- It’s 6 PCs of saba (plantains).
- You need 1 1/2 cup of Brown sugar.
- It’s 12 PCs of spring roll wrappers.
- You need 1/2 cup of jackfruit.
- Prepare of oil for frying.
Arrange the banana on a lumpia wrapper and place the jackfruit slices on top of the banana. Turon is a Filipino snack from plantain bananas and jackfruit rolled in brown sugar and wrapped in lumpia wrapper that is fried to a crisp. Turon (Banana Lumpia or Banana roll) is a Filipino snack that is made of slices of Saba banana rolled in brown sugar, wrapped in lumpia (spring roll) wrapper which is then fried. Turon is Saba bananas, and oftentimes with Jackfruit bits, wrapped in a spring roll pastry.
Turon with Jackfruit step by step
- Peel and Cut in half the saba.
- Roll the saba in brown sugar.
- In a wrapper put the rolled saba and jackfruit.
- Fold in and secure the edge with water.
- In a hot oil put in a handful of sugar let it sit until sugar is melted slightly.
- Put the turon carefully in the oil and fry until caramel is sticking on the wrapper.
Golden Saba has successfully made this product frozen and read to fry anytime. It can be cooked pan or air-fried and perfect as a snack or dessert food. It can be paired with coffee or topped with ice cream. Turon Filipino is a sweet banana spring roll, where the cooking-type banana with a piece of jackfruit are rolled on an eggroll wrapper and fried crispy with sugar glaze. I remember Turon back home more as a merienda or afternoon snack than as a dessert.