BANANA LUMPIA or TURON
Crunch, flaky, sweet and delicious. This is the experience of biting into a banana lumpia. It's a Filipino dish also known as turon. Use plantains or cooking bananas if you are on the islands.
Drain in a colander then place in your container in an upright position. Do not drain on napkins because they will stick to the paper.
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