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  • Filipino - Lumpia Recipe (Lumpia Shanghai)

    2 posts, 2 voices, 2059 views, started Jul 9, 2009

    Posted on Thursday, July 9, 2009


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      In Filipino, lumpia are eggrolls that are deep-fried like a wrapped stick of meat. Lumpia is a spring roll filled with ground or finely mince of pork, beef or vegetables then served it with sweet and sour sauce. Sometimes I call this recipe lumpia shanghai.  

      This lumpia recipe or lumpia shanghai is one of the filipino recipes that I usually make, whenever we have a party or get together with friends. Use the egg white as a paste in binding the wrapper together. If you use just water it will not stay together.

      Ingredients :

      · 1 lb. ground pork
      · 1 cup chopped shrimps
      · 1/4 cup finely chopped onions
      · 1/2 cup finely chopped carrots
      · 2 whole eggs
      · 3 tbsp. soy sauce
      · 3 dashes of sesame oil
      · salt and pepper, to taste

      · lumpia wrapper
      · vegetable oil, for frying  

      Cooking Procedures :

      1. In a bowl, combine all ingredients. Mix until well blended.

      2. Wrap into thin rolls in lumpia wrapper. Fry in deep hot oil.  

      3. Drain on paper towels. Transfer to a serving platter. Serve with your favorite catsup or make your own Sweet and Sour Sauce recipe.


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          Janet Wooley wrote Jul 9, 2009
        • Oh I love these, We have a tradition in my family and make these with my sisters at Halloween. I do not know why halloween, but we get together at my sisters and make and all eat these and take the kids out trick or treating. This makes alot and they ALL get eaten. We change up the recipe sometimes. Love em. I do make them at home as my son and I love them. Thanks. Now I am hungry maybe I will make them this weekend.estatic

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