You can now make caramel slice in your air fryer so you're welcome


Fried banana roll, aka Turon, is a popular Filipino snack that has the perfect combination of a golden crispy shell and creamy, caramelized fillings. They are also super easy to make and I adapted the recipe for an air fryer version.

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Spring rolls but sweet edition! The same golden, crispy, crunchy bite but instead of savory fillings I used bananas for these - which instantly turns spring rolls into an easy, satisfying dessert & sweet snack! This recipe originates in the Philipines và traditionally, the rolls are deep-fried & the fillings can also include jackfruit, mango, and coconut.

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To make them less greasy and more summer-friendly (after all, it"s not so fun to stand in front of a boiling oil pot in this 100°F weather), I adapted the recipe và made them in my air fryer, và they came out perfectly golden và crispy with much less oil!


For serving, I went with the most classic option và made vegan salted caramel sauce with only two ingredients! It"s so rich, sweet, và creamy and definitely makes the banana rolls even more irresistible. You can also serve them with chocolate sauce instead and with some ice cream!

Watch the đoạn clip below for an easy-to-follow visual guide and if you have any additional questions, come find me on Instagraml & Tiktok.


4 medium banana or plantain

8 spring roll wrappers

1/4 cup granulated sugar

1/2 tablespoon cinnamon

Canola oil for brushing

For the salted caramel sauce -

1/2 cup raw brown sugar

3/4 cup coconut milk, from a can

1/4 teaspoon salt, optional


- Make the caramel sauce first because it needs to cool down, in a small pot, địa chỉ cửa hàng the brown sugar and heat for 1 minute over medium-high heat;

- Use full-fatcanned coconut milk and use only the thick trắng part, save the clear coconut liquid for another recipe or smoothie, showroom the thick white coconut milk to the pot và stir till everything is well combined;


- Bring lớn a boil, lower the heat và let it simmer for 15 minutes, stir frequently;

- If you wanted the caramel to be salted, showroom the salt & mix evenly before turning off the heat, let the sauce cool down for 10 minutes then transfer to a jar, mix aside to continue to cool;

- Peel and cut the banana into 3 - 3 1/2 inch long pieces, try to lớn find the straight sections as much as you can, the straighter they are the easier it"d be to lớn roll later;


- In a wide bowl, set together the sugar and cinnamon, roll the banana slices in the mixture to thinly coat them;

- Place the banana on one corner of the spring roll wrapper, start rolling towards the center and form a "triangle";

- Then fold both corners inward & press them onto the roll, continue to lớn roll until you reach the other end;

- Wet the over with a little bit of water to lớn seal them better, repeat khổng lồ finish all the rolls;

- Brush a thin layer of oil on the rolls, place onto the air frying tray;

- Air fry at 400°F for 5 minutes, flip them, và fry for another 5 minutes or until they"re golden all around;

- Drizzle on the caramel sauce or serve the sauce as a dip, enjoy!

* Please be careful the rolls will be extremely hot when they"re just out of the air fry!!

** You can store the rest of the caramel sauce in a jar in the fridge for a week, it will get even thicker when it"s refrigerated but you can warm it up before use again.

These miso eggplants are seared, glazed, & finally baked to perfection. They're literally bursting with umami, juicy, savory, tenderer than a baby's cheek, & just melt in your mouth. They're definitely a rice-killer - meaning so much rice is gonna be devoured up with this flavorful & addicting dish. But they're also lovely just on their own. Eggplant is one of my absolute favorite vegetables growing up, even during my fussy eating teenager years I never ever turned my back on eggplants. And rightfully so. They have such an amazing texture plus a chất lượng aroma. Scoring the eggplant really helps release the yummy potential of them, the texture will get cooked tender và soft easier và the scored patterns will soak up the sauce and glaze all the way from đứng top to the skin. & if being downright delicious is not enough, eggplant is also a very humble & easy ingredient to use, I can't even imagine how eggplants can ever go wrong. When I was little, sometimes my mo