Cultural Connections: Turon Saba with Langka

Food is the sum total of our cultural influences, I believe. So, hurry now show your culture foods here every Tuesday.

turon saba on choc syrup

With the great cultural interchange being experienced now in Asia and the world, the lumpia has become a true vehicle for creative cooking. Turon is a favorite street food, a dessert exemplified in our very own.

4 pcs. saba, sliced into btonettes
1 cup sliced langka (jackfruit)
8 tsp. panocha or raw sugar
Lumpia wrappers
Oil for deep frying

1. Place 2 pcs. of saba, a slice of langka and 1 tsp. panocha on lumpia wrapper. Roll.
2. Fry until golden brown

Yield: 8 pcs.

P.S. Am still on blog break, thank you for joining in here and I’ll be right on your blogs as soon as I come back online.


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Definitely looks wonderful Pacey – but like Tamy said I don’t think we could find the ingredients here. Either way I sure enjoy seeing and hearing about the wonderful foods from your culture!