How to make it

  • wash vegetable without draining it too much then set aside.
  • put your stove at high heat.
  • in a wok pour in the oil then the garlic when its near to brown add the onion mixed well.
  • saute the ground meat then a pinch of salt mix and let it simmer until meat change its color (indication that the meat is done)(adding a pinch of salt will avoid bland taste of the meat)
  • add the shrimp mixed well then add the ground peanut let it simmer for a while.
  • add the vegetable in following order ( DO NOT MIX) singkamas, string beans,carrots, celery, green peas, leeks, cabbage. In Medium heat, COVER WOK then let it simmer for 2 minutes
  • (Placing vegetable in that order without mixing it first will create a yummy taste of the vegetable. The natural juice of the vegetable and the drippings upon washing will give enough juice to cook the vegetable.REMEMBER DO NOT MIX)
  • uncover wok then on top add the tofu. cover it again for another minute.
  • uncover the wok then mixed up to the bottom of the wok make sure everything is well blended. add salt and pepper to taste depends on you preference. but not too salty. then set aside.
  • Mix cormstarch in water until evenly dispersed
  • Separate egg yolks from whites.
  • Beat egg whites until frothy, add egg yolks and beat just to blend.
  • Blend in cornstarch and water until a smooth batter forms.
  • Brush non-stick pan with cooking oil (olive oil is wonderful!) and heat.
  • Spoon 2 tsbs of batter then roll it to pan to form a wrapper similar to a crepe. Lift it from the pan then do another one till the last drop of the batter.
  • in a sauce pan mixed 3 cups water,4 table spoon of soy sauce, 4 table spoon of sugar. you can taste it to check your preferences for the salty sweet taste, then add the garlic and cornstarch mixed well. Put on top of the stove then continously stirring till the mixture thickens ( enough to be sticky) continous stirring prevents from forming lumps.
  • PREPARE THE DISH : fill the wrapper with sufficient amount of vegetable BTW you can add fresh romaine letuce before rolling it. Place it a nice platter then pour enough amount of the sauce then top with grounded peanut and garlic and parsely.

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  • ttaaccoo 11 years ago
    This is so enticing!! In my early life I worked with 2 women from the Philippines, and one made Lumpia. but she bought the wrappers. I love the way yours sounds. you don't fry yours either. Tre bien!! thank you!
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    " It was excellent "
    caramia ate it and said...
    Dors thank you so much for honoring my request for this dish,I absolutely love Lumpia My Uncle is from Phillipines and when he lived in scotland he made a lot of really delicious foods for us.And of course i am truely hooked.
    Panzit is another delicous dish :)

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  • dors 11 years ago
    yap! you can alter veggies to whatever vegetable available in your country... give it a try! thanks.
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    " It was excellent "
    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    Sounds Unique!
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