October 24, 2008

Pinoy Street Food # 01 : Banana & Sweet Potato Cues and Turon





as i mentioned on my past blog entry prelude to Pinoy Street Food I will make a blog entries regarding "pinoy street foods" and I will create the succeeding entries in this meme so do please visit every friday and the Food Friday Meme

Bananaque or Banana Cue (1) is made of Philippine Banana Plantain locally called "saba" deep-fried in oil with brown sugar glaze.

Turon (2) is simmilar to bananaque but the saba is sliced in half, rolled in brown sugar, sometimes add ripe jackfruit meat to make it special then join the 2 halves then covered with spring roll wrapper before deep-frying in oil and brown sugar glaze.

lastly, Kamoteque or Kamote cue (3) has the same cooking procedure like bananaque but this is made of sweet potato slices.

Turon is my favorite because of the extra crunch from its wrapper.

This photo was taken by my sister "shutterhappyjenn"

12 comments:

♥peachkins♥ said...

Naku,Jay..balak ko din yan dati..To feature street foods..naunahan mo ko..hehe

Here's mine Flavors of China

HAppy Friday!

JO said...

waaaah!!! miss ko na ang banana Q!

http://www.joarduo.com

paperdoll said...

wala bang barbi-Q? hehehe:D

AniqueAnik said...

love turon than the others., nice shot.my first entry is up here.

liza said...

walang turon? hehe

jesselyn said...

...magkano na ang banana-q neon??? dati kasi 5pesos lang..^_^ solve kana....^_^ mas gusto ko din ang turon...

mirage2g said...

Pag visit ako dito sa blog mo parang gusto ko na umuwi agad! Waaaah! Torture!

maiylah said...

nice idea (re: featuring street food)!
fave ko yung turon ... halos everyday nagpapabili ako nyan. lol. mas masarap nga pag may langka sa loob tapos kain ka sabay with ice cream! yum! :)

appreciate your playing again, Jay! hehe, nakatulog na ako kagabi ngayon ko na lang nabasa ung comment mo dun sa FF post ko.

happy weekend!

cookie said...

nakakatakam naman yan! can't wait for your fishballs entry :D

Jean Chia aka Ms.Yummy~licious said...

looks yummy, jay! thanks for intriducing your country street food. It's great to know! :)

julie said...

We love turon but I cook these at home, using cheese and saba. Yum!

♡u8mypinkc00kies♡ said...

yummy!!!! :D

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