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Wood-Fired Lumpia

Apr 03, 2024Posted by klintPrint


Transport your taste buds to the vibrant flavors of Southeast Asia with our delectable lumpia recipe.

These Filipino-style spring rolls are a beloved dish, featuring a tantalizing blend of savory fillings wrapped in a crispy, golden-brown shell. Perfect for gatherings or as a flavorful snack, our lumpia recipe is sure to delight your senses and become a favorite in your culinary repertoire.

Let’s dive into the art of crafting these irresistible appetizers!

Wood-Fired Lumpia

Prep Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Servings 25 rolls


  • 1 Dutch Oven



  • 3 lbs ground pork
  • 1 lb finely chopped shrimp


  • 5 cloves garlic
  • 1 large carrot
  • 1 lb cabbage This is about half of a medium size cabbage
  • 1/5 onion
  • 1/2 cup soy sauce
  • 1/4 cup fish sauce
  • 3 eggs 2 for meat binder; 1 for wrapper glue
  • 1 pack lumpia wrapper You can get this in asian stores
  • 48 oz Cooking oil


  • 1/4 cup Sweet Chilli Sauce We recommend the Mae Ploy Brand.



  • Mince all the vegetables in a food processor. Otherwise, mince/grate them manually.
  • Mix all the ingredients in large bowl. Save one egg.
  • In a small bowl, crack that egg, then beat it with a whisk or a fork . This will serve as a glue for the rolls.


  • Peel one lumpia wrapper (Note: It is better to peel one wrapper at a time. Otherwise, the peeled wraps will harden due to exposure to air.
  • Place about 2 tbs of the meat and veggie mix along the edge of the wrapper.
  • Roll the lumpia.
  • With a brush or a finger, apply some of the egg on the edge of the rolled lumpia.
  • Gently roll the rest of the lumpia onto the edge.
  • Cut the roll in half.


  • Fry the lumpia until golden brown.
  • Serve with sweet chilli sauce. We recommend the Mae Ploy brand.
  • Enjoy!

Filiponos traditionally pair lumpia with Pancit and rice. Check out our pancit recipe to learn how to make it.

See pancit recipe


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