One of my son’s favorite snack is turon (deep-fried banana rolls) a classic Filipino food. Turon is mostly serve as meryenda (snack) and dessert. An easy to do snack and the ingredients are very common and budget friendly.


5 saba bananas (plantains) cut into half lengthwise

1 and half cup brown sugar

10 pieces spring roll wrapper

2 cups cooking oil

Steps in Cooking

Peel the banana and cut into half lengthwise. Place the banana in the spring roll wrapper, fold and lock the spring roll wrapper. To seal the edge use water. In a pan, heat oil and put brown sugar. Wait until the brown sugar floats. Add the wrapped banana, fry until the wrapper turns wrapper brown

Serve and enjoy the snack!

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18 thoughts on “Turon

  1. Shilpa Bindlish says:

    Thanks for posting this quick, healthy recipe. I’m sure kids in the house would love its taste.

  2. maria says:

    I love plantains!!! Being Nigerian, we cut them up and fry them for a tasty treat. This is a great alternative that I would love to try. Sounds delish!!

  3. roxy says:

    Oh my goodness, these are surprisingly easy to make! And they look incredible. I love savory treats like this!! Thank you for the recipe.

  4. Manouk says:

    Plantain really is one of my favorite foods! Usually we just fry them and eat it with either soup or just like that. This recipe sounds delicious!

  5. Sushmita says:

    This is one of the simplest and the easiest recipe I have come across 😀 would be interesting to try it out dear, will try it ut soon 🙂
    Thanks for sharing dear!

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