Filipino Lumpia Recipes

Lumpiang Shanghai, Lumpiang Sariwa, Lumpiang Hubad, Veggie Lumpia, Turon, Cheese Lumpia, Lumpiang Togue, Lumpiang Gulay, Lumpiang Ubod, Mango Turon, Dynamite Sticks

Lumpia is what we, Filipinos call our Spring Rolls or Egg Rolls - filling vary from savory to sweet, from different veggies, ground meat, to bananas and cheese

...anything that can be wrapped in a spring roll wrapper and fried or served as it is -- that's a Lumpia!

Savory fillings are always served with either a sauce or a dip - sweet and sour duck sauce, vinegar dip with chili, or sweet sauce with peanut and fresh garlic.

It is important to know that when working with spring rolls, you need to cover them with a damp towel to keep them pliable.

They usually come frozen when you buy them from the Asian market, so thaw only what you need, use a sealed plastic for the excess and put them back in the freezer.

Also, traditionally, do not use the Spring Roll Rice Paper kind, they're usually for Vietnamese spring rolls.

But if you want to experiment, use it for the fresh lumpia recipe - just follow the package instruction.

Lumpiang Shanghai
Ground Pork Spring Roll.

Lumpiang Sariwa
Fresh Vegetable Lumpia with Green Beans, Carrots and Sweet Potatoes.

Lumpiang Hubad
Sauteed Vegetables(Sans Spring Roll Wrapper).

Lumpiang Prito
Fried Vegetable Spring Roll.

Sweet Banana Spring Roll.

Lumpiang Ubod
Fresh Vegetable Roll with Heart of Palm Filling.

Dynamite Sticks
Stuffed Chili Peppers in Srping Roll Wrappers(recipe by Ariel J.)

Mango Turon
Fried Spring Roll with Caramelized Apple(Indian) Mango(recipe by Ariel J.)

Cheese Lumpia
Fried Eggroll with Cheese Filling.

Lumpiang Togue
Fried Mungbean Sprout Eggroll.

Lumpia Wrapper
Crepe for Fresh Lumpia.

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