Gardening, Photography & Home-Cooking are just a few of what I love doing!

Gardening, Photography & Home-Cooking are just a few of what I love doing!

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Saging Turon Or Fried Plantain Banana Wrapped In Eggroll Wrap Coated In Brown Sugar

Saging Turon or fried plantain banana wrapped in eggroll wrap and coated with brown sugar is one the popular afternoon snacks that we have in the Philippines, or at least when I was still there. It's been 8 years since I left my country land so I do not know if it is still popular there!

Anyway, the other night was the first time I had try fixing it and it turned out pretty dang good. I am not so crazy of the eggroll wrapper that I used though because it is a lot thicker than the ones that I am accustom to! But it is the only kind that is available at our local grocery store so I don't really have that much option. I remember they used to have those thin wrappers at the asian store but the last time that I was looking for it, they didn't carry it anymore and only have the ones that's refrigerated like the ones at the grocery store!

Anyhow, this is very easy to make! For those who would want to try it out, first I cut the plantain banana in half and then split it in the middle long ways. Put the split plantain banana in the middle of the eggroll wrapper and roll just like you're making an eggroll. I then rolled it in brown sugar and fried the already wrapped plantains in hot oil in the pan. When it starts browning and sugar is melting, turn on the other side, brown just like the other side and then voila! There's you a yummy afternoon snack just like back home!

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