Quirky as it may sound, Dbay Turon brings together two simple banana-based desserts from two very different families of sweets-- the turon and the banana split (geographically, Cubao and Discovery Bay respectively)-- into one hearty delight. Quirky, indeed, but in a very, very mouth-watering way. It has a wholesome quality too, so it's definietly for anyone that has a sweet tooth, no matter what the age is.
- 4 pcs., saging na saba
- lumpia wrapper
- 4 tbsps. brown sugar
- 4 tbsps. white sugar
- shreds of jackfruit (optional)
- cooking oil (Canola, to make it less sinful)
- 4-8 scoops Dreyer's Toasted Almonds Ice Cream
- Slice bananas lengthwise.
- Sprinkle some white sugar on the banana.
- Wrap them by halves.
- Coat each wrap with brown sugar.
- Fry until brown sugar caramelizes.
- Serve 2 pcs per plate.
- Top with a scoop or 2 of ice cream.
- Serve while turon is hot and the ice cream hasn't completely melted.