Recipe by LILQTPINAY23
"This is a traditional Filipino dish. It is the Filipino version of the egg rolls. It can be served as a side dish or as an appetizer."
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chopped green onions
thinly sliced green cabbage
ground black pepper
vegetable oil for frying
This is very close to the recipe my mom used as I was growing up. She would make 50-100 at a time and freeze whatever wasn't used. You don't need to defrost them when you're ready to cook. Remember when frying the lumpia, put the seam down first - it helps to seal it better. The dipping sauce we used was a mix of vinegar, pepper, crushed garlic and tiny chilies (and/or some soy sauce.)
Not to keen on the flavor...I'm still going to search for what I was introduced as a Lumpia. I'm sure there are lots of recipes out there...I just need to find it. Also I could only get egg roll wrappers....I really wanted spring roll wrappers. It really makes a difference in taste.
My boyfriend is Filipino and I've eaten lumpia at every party and get-together we've had with his family. This recipe is the closest thing to the lumpia his mother makes. The only changes I tried were to half the green onions and add in 1/4 cup chopped fresh green beans, omit the salt and use low sodium soy sauce and add 2 tsps Adobo seasoning to the meat. This adds a little more flavor without too much extra salt. I also doubled the recipe and made beef, beef and pork, and just pork lumpia. We like the mixture of beef and pork best! We also dip our lumpia in a sweet chili sauce, which can be found in any asian market. This is a GREAT recipe! Thanks Christina.
Very very good! Very easy to do too. I ended up with about 15-16 rolls though. I chopped the veggies in the food processor. I used a pastry brush to brush some water on the ends of the wrappers to seal them. I fried them 3-4 at a time in my deep frier. One of my favorite recipes from this site so far. I've made these with shrimp/pork mixture and they are even better.
This is a great recipe! However, I reccommend adding 1 head of cabbage and 4 medium sized carrots. The extra veggies just seem to add to the flavor and turn out just like I remember them from when I was a child. I also reccommend trying a apple cider vinegar and garlic dipping sauce--4 cloves garlic to 1 cup apple vinegar. Thanks for the great recipe!! :)
As as child in my hometown, there was a large Filipino community. Therefore, I grew up on Lumpia. ( They are so superior to Chinese eggrolls. ) Also, Lumpia wrappers are readily available in most Asian markets. Perhaps for this good review in return the submitter, Christina could add on this web site a recipe for pancit ? :)
Positively delicious! (hey guys!) This makes a terrific appetizer, but my gang prefered this as part of their meal. I'm fortuante to have a terrific Asian market in the area, so the wrappers were easy to find. (by the way, there is a pancit recipe on this site) Also wonderful! Thanks so much Christina!
I've tried the other Lumpia recipes on this site and they do not even compare to this one. These turned out delicious! Everyone in my family absolutely loved them. I even froze half of them and cooked them a couple of weeks later and they tasted just as good as the first batch. Thanks for this great recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/15 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 15
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 95
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