Pork Lumpias

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Over the weekend, I decided to try to make some pork lumpias (filipino style egg rolls). I've made lumpias before (at a lumpia-making party!!) which was yummy but I never got the recipe down to know how to make them again. So when ItsJudysLife posted her video on YouTube on how to make them, I watched it a couple times and felt confident enough to make them myself. I altered the recipe just a bit to accommodate on what I had for ingredients (like I always do!). Also - for this recipe, I was able to make about 50 lumpias! So let's begin!

 Start with 1 1/2lb of ground pork. 
Add a tablespoon each of onion powder and garlic powder. Pinch of ground black pepper and sea salt. 

Mince up 2 cloves of garlic and finely chop half a sweet onion.

Side note - absolutely love my Eva Solo grating bucket that I got from Hautelook! :)

 Add 1 cup each of finely shredded green cabbage and carrots (equivalent of 2).

Add one tablespoon of soy sauce (I used low-sodium) to the pork/veggie mixture.

Combine everything together.. I found that the rice paddle works well for me. ;)

 Now all mixed together evenly!

Saran-wrap and refrigerate for an hour.


 Peel apart each lumpia wrapper slowly.. it can rip!

 Fold the corner diagonally to create a triangle and use scissors to cut. 
You will get two triangles from each sheet.

Ready to start rolling some lumpias! Have a bowl of 1 beaten egg on the side for sealing.

Place 1 tablespoon of the pork/veggie mixture in the middle of the triangle.

 Roll over once...

 Fold in each of the sides...

 Roll over again then seal the corner with some of the egg...

Rolled them all up! :)

Start frying with 1/2 inch of canola or vegetable oil in a med-high skillet. (Or use a deep fryer)

Cook for 3-4 mins on each side to make sure the pork gets cooked all the way.

 You can store away the uncooked lumpias into zip-lock bags.

 Place them into a freezer-friendly gallon zip-lock.

Like this! And you can freeze them for a few months.

Fried to a golden crisp!

SO good with some sweet chili sauce for dipping! 

Hope you guys try this recipe out and enjoy!!

P.S. Thank you all so much for your sweet compliments and reponses to my makeup tag! I'm glad you guys liked it! And to think that it didn't even include the brushes/tools I used.. o_0 haha.. 
I hope to write some makeup tutorials/reviews pretty soon. :)

85 comments:

  1. Love this recipe! Thanks. I also like making banana lumpias.

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  2. Ooh I'm feeling so hungry now! Will definitely give this recipe a try :)

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  3. OMG this looks amazing! I don't eat meat but I can probably fill them with veggies instead. You're such a good cook I be they were delicious!
    -Fleur

    pourlefemmes.blogspot.com

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  4. I love lumpia! i can eat a ton of them haha yumm!
    anyway i found your blog through the blog hop! now following i hope you check out mine! now following
    ~Jill
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  5. oh my god... that looks fantastic... you are so talented. i wish i could cook like that ;____;


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  6. it seems like chinese food :) i dont actually eat meat, but ill try it out for my guests some time

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  7. yummm i love pork lumpia!! your recipe is really similar to mine.. but i also add in rice noodles hahaha because i'm a carb fiend hehehe!! yours look delicious tho! :)

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  8. I love savory foods. This looks really good and tasty! ^_^ thanks for sharing.

    Joyce @ carouselstreet.com

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  9. OMG It's seems so delicious. I really want to try it..

    xoxo
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  10. Such a great and yummy post. Love it!

    Have a great week!

    Nicole,

    www.nicoleta.me

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  12. looks delicious! your recipes looks so easy to follow! :)

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  13. Hi dear!! Great post, i love this food, i´ll try at home! Thanks for sharing :)
    Thanks a lot for visit my blog, i´m following you now, hope that you do the same for me :) Have a great week!
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  14. Are you a fellow pinay like me? I'm a filipino beauty blogger. It's so nice to stumble upon your blog as it's different from all the beauty blogs I follow. For a start you share recipes of food. I love my mom's lumpia. It always go down a storm in our household. Never enough for all of us. haha :) Would love for you to come over to my blog and say hi and follow if you like what you see/read. It would be greatly appreciated. Much love :)

    Ps my mom recently tried a twist to making lumpia. Before wrapping it up, add some cheese into the meat mixture. Trust me it's so good and your lumpias will taste a million times better. It's a 2 in 1. Lumpia + cheese sticks= HEAVEN.See you around Sheila :)

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  15. That is really appetizing ! Thank you for sharing your recipe :)

    Wanna follow each other?? Let me know !

    xox, c
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  16. Mmmm this looks great!<3
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  17. I like this post so much: this recipe sounds so delicious and tasty!
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  18. Mmm, these seem really great - and simple to make ! :) I think I've made something slightly similar but not with that lumpia wrapper, it's some kind of dough.. google translate said "puff paste" :D And made these little cushions in the oven.

    Oh well now I'm hungry :D

    Satu
    Indie by heart

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  19. I want to make some now!!! yum!!

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  20. Yumm, this looks really good! X

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  21. You totally made me crave.....looks so delish!!!

    REBECCA
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  22. Love your recipe! it looks so delicious. I was salivating! >< haha~

    Biancarosa
    xoxo

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  23. Love this post! Those look super yummy! I like to flash freeze mine first before putting them in ziplock bags to prevent the soggy affect.

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  24. Yummy! This looks so good!
    New follower. Love your blog. Excited to read more.

    Follow me back via GFC?

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  25. Hey! Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier :D I'm now following your blog- hope you will pop back to sunshineandtomatoes.blogspot.it and do the same :D :D

    Buona serata dall'italia! x

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  26. This looks so good! You did a great job! =)

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  27. Gosh I know nothing about food... I've been living off cereal for my whole teen-adult life!
    I want to try this out :)
    The Lovelorn

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  28. thanks for sharing!

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  29. This looks absolutely delicious! And I am glad to have learned something new today, Lumpias is the equivalent of Eggrolls in Tagalog?

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  30. This looks delicious!! My fiancé is Filipino and I need to learn how to make some of these recipes! I love this! Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier! Would love a follow back!

    New follower!
    Krista

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  31. I love lumpia! But the wrapper has to be of the right thickness or else it absorbs too much oil. I also didn't know that lumpia is a type of eggroll. :)

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  32. i'm not allowed to eat pork but it would be soooo good with chicken or beef ! i freaking love lumpias!

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  33. ahh! i'm gonna have to try this! thanks for sharing
    lovely blog, would you like to follow each other? <3

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  34. They look so yummy! Thanks for the detailed recipe, I'll definitely have to try making them sometime :)

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  35. looks delish!

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  36. I love egg rolls!! I want to taste these and see how different they are! I bet they're just as delicious!

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  37. Thank you for your comment on my blog dear!! I’m following you back!
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  38. What a great cook you are.
    At the contrary,I enjoy eating more than cooking.
    Great pictures also.I enjoyed your post.
    xx

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  39. these look so yummy! need to try this recipe asap!

    xoxo,

    Fashion Fractions

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  40. I shouldn't be reading this at work, as now my stomach is grumbling! I absolutely love lumpias! I do prefer the soft ones over the deep fried ones. Is there a recipe for those?!

    So good--thanks for posting!

    xo,
    Victoria
    The Stylista Diaries

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  41. NOM NOM! these look amazingggg.

    Emc-Dot

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  42. I LOVE lumpia. It's my mom's specialty (hers are delicious) and we were going to make some this week. Yours looks masarap too! Glad to see some Filipino food on a blog :)

    x
    Erika
    www.thecardinalplanner.com

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  43. i don't eat meat, but i would love to try this with tofu instead! looks tasty! cute blog also!

    lindsey louise

    hellomrrabbit.blogspot.com

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  44. this looks so good! im a little intimidated to fry things but i would love to give this a try!

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  45. This looks delicious!

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  46. yum!!!! I could go for some right now!

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    XO Meghan
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  48. It looks delicious! I really like your blog, so I'm a new follower =)

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  49. you make me hungry! it seems delicious :)

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  50. looks delicious!!! Wish I was as domestic as you!
    xox
    theoutfitaddiction.blogspot.com

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  51. this looks so great! =) Nice blog! Would you like to follow eachother? Kisses from Portugal!

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  52. Hummmm Tasty!!!I can smell these delicious pork lumpias from thousands of miles through the computer Sheila :)
    I will try to make them this weekend, thank you for sharing!
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  53. que buena pinta tienee!

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  54. Thanks.. now i'm craving lumpias! hehe.

    Maggie
    lovestylehappiness.blogspot.com

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  55. ooo, I see mae ploy sauce! =)
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  56. So, I remember stealing these from by best friends everyday at lunch for like a 2 years of high school. You have sold me on your blog via this entry alone. One of my favorite dishes. Was wondering if you wanted to follow each other on GFC and Bloglovin?

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  57. This looks so delish, I love eggrolls and now I know how to make them, hooray! :) btw thanks for your comment, want to follow eachother?

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  58. OMgosh this looks delicious! I def have to try this, thanks for this post!!! :)

    KT
    www.KTRstyle.com

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  59. I love eating Lumpia! My favorite. Ohhh yummy!
    I'm a new follower! Hope you follow back :)

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  60. I Love this Post, That looks tasty!
    Just going through all Your posts! It would mean a lot if You check out my blog and let me know what you think.

    Keep up the Great work!

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  61. These look SO delicious !! i've got to try this recipe, thanks for sharing
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  62. I found you via a blog hop! This looks amazing I am pinning it & am going to try to make these soon, thanks for sharing that you can freeze them too. I am always on the look out for pre-making & ready for later ideas. Drop by & link up anytime @ DearCreatives.com Thanks for the recipe!

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  63. WOW, this great recipe, I really appreciate people who can cook, and cook from the scratch like you did here, it looks soooo uammi!!! If one day I have patience I will do it. Thank you for this great recepi!
    Olga ;O)

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