Fried Lumpia. Remove the fried lumpia from the pot. Make sure nothing goes to waste in your kitchen! Lumpia are Filipino fried spring rolls filled with ground pork and mixed vegetables.
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. Fry in deep hot oil until golden brown. You can cook Fried Lumpia using 10 easy ingredients and 10 easy steps. This is guide how cook apetizing meal.
Ingredients of Fried Lumpia
- You need 1 of lean ground pork.
- It’s 1 of chicken breast fillet, shredded.
- You need 1 of shrimp, diced OR crab meat, shredded OR both.
- You need 1 of singkamas or water chestnut, thinly sliced.
- You need 1 of tomato sauce or paste.
- It’s 1 of garlic.
- It’s 1 of onion.
- Prepare 1 of salt.
- Prepare 1 of pepper.
- You need 1 of lumpia wrapper.
Serve whole or cut in halves or thirds. Lumpiang Prito or Fried Lumpia are usually vegetable Egg rolls. The vegetables are stir-fried and Though not traditional, I put a binder in my Lumpia. After draining all the liquid sauce from the.
Fried Lumpia instructions
- In a large wok, heat oil and saute onion and garlic until fragrant..
- Add ground pork and cook until no longer pinkish..
- Add shredded chicken and shrimp (and/or crab meat) and cook until shrimp turns pink..
- Add singkamas or water chesnut..
- Then add tomato sauce or paste. Mix well..
- Add salt and pepper to taste..
- Make sure you are constantly stirring the mixture all this time to avoid the ingredients from getting stuck together or from getting clunky..
- Once done, set aside to let the mixture cool down. Also, try to drain excess sauce..
- Then scoop a little portion and wrap in lumpia wrapper..
- Fry until golden brown..
To test the filling, fry a spoonful in a pan with a little oil, and taste to determine if seasonings need adjustment. To roll, place wrapper in front of you with the corners turned so it forms a diamond rather. Note that fried lumpia is served best with sweet and sour sauce. Lumpia is just one of the many comfort foods that several Filipino households make. It's like the finger food of the Philippines, one.