Sunday, September 26, 2010

Turon

Turon is a Filipino delicacy usually served as a merienda or snack.
It is also sold on the streets, near schools and offices since it is a
food-on-the-go and budget friendly.


Turon is actually a spring roll of ripe banana. Some would include
slices of jackfruit, chopped peanuts, cheese, peanut butter or cinnamon.

This afternoon I made some Turon with sliced jack fruit, chopped peanuts
and a sprinkle of sugar. To tweak the taste I added some mint. All
wrapped in a spring roll and fried into golden brown. Sarap!


Here's another banana recipe:




Ginang-gang





Hey, how about an appetizer?





Salted Eggs/ Itlog na Maalat





September Harvest:

9 comments:

5 Star Foodie said...

Those turon look scrumptious, a great specialty to learn about!

Stella said...

Oh My Gosh, Ela. I almost posted my fried banana egg roll the other day, but I wasn't happy with my photos. This looks so similar and delicious;)!

roxan said...

My mother in law is filipina, I will have to impress her with this dish! I think I can make it. Thanks.

Kim - Liv Life said...

Hi Ela! Thanks for the comment!! Good to "see" you!!
I love banana recipes, and you have those wonderful little bananas that I can't get here. These look really good!

Joy said...

I love love turon. Great job.

Evelyne@CheapEthnicEatz said...

Thanks for the vote and comment. Well with my new found love of Filipino desserts this looks amazing.

Quay Po Cooks said...

Such an interesting dessert! Love to try making it one of these days.

~Lisa~ said...

This looks so delicious! Thank you so much for your votes, I really appreciate it (=

Brittany @ Pretty Fit, Pretty Healthy, Pretty Happy said...

I've never heard of turon before, but I have to make it now! It looks delicious!

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