Traditional Filipino Lumpia Recipe
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.
A recipe I know all Filipinos are proud of! Lumpia (shanghai type) is a type of egg roll, except it's mainly filled with meat. You could use pork or beef or both! It's a yummy recipe and great to serve as finger food. I like to use both beef and pork but you can substitute one for the other. VERY EASY!
Little Filipino spring rolls, stuffed with savory pork and shrimp, are deep fried to a crispy golden brown.
Air-fried lumpia? Your taste buds will never know the difference, but your waistline will! The same crispiness and tastiness is in this lumpia recipe without having to deep-fry.
A simple recipe that the whole family can help with. Egg roll wrappers are stuffed with a mixture of meat and vegetables then fried to golden perfection in hot oil.
I was introduced to Lumpia (Filipino egg rolls) by a woman I used to work with. This is my version of them, which I think is a more Americanized version.
Tell someone you're bringing lumpia to a party and watch their eyes light up. We'll share six of our favorite Filipino lumpia recipes for savory appetizers or snacks, plus a sweet dessert lumpia.
These crunchy Filipino lumpias, appetizers filled with lean pork, green beans, and cabbage, are easy to wrap, freeze, and fry up for guests.
This is my grandma's lumpia and pancit recipe that she has been making since before the family moved to the U.S. when my dad was a child. This is very popular with both family and friends. As soon as my friends in high school discovered my grandma was in town, my house became THE place for lunch!
Deep fried lumpia rolls filled with a mixture of beef, pork and vegetables. Great for parties as they can be prepared ahead of time and frozen, then fried when you're ready to use.