Lumpia is Deep-Fried Joy


Lumpia is a delicious and satisfying food that provides an indulgent and comforting eating experience.

What is lumpia, anyway? They’re a Filipino version of spring rolls made with lumpia wrappers and typically filled with ground pork, carrots and onions, cabbage, ginger, garlic, and soy sauce. The mixture is either sautéed in a skillet or simply scooped into neat balls of uncooked meat. A few tablespoons of the mixture are added to each wrapper before each one is tucked and rolled neatly. Once all the rolls are formed, they’re pan-fried until crispy and hot. That is a Lumpia, or a fried food party in your mouth.

Lumpia is often served with a range of dipping sauces, providing a variety of flavors and textures that can be tailored to your taste.

Lumpia are made with a wide range of fillings, including vegetables, meat, and seafood, allowing you to choose a filling that you love.

It is against most religions to only eat one, so Lumpia is often served in large quantities, making it a great crispy food to share with friends and family, creating a sense of community and togetherness.

Eating lumpia can evoke feelings of nostalgia and fond memories, as it is often associated with family gatherings and special occasions, providing a sense of comfort and joy.

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Filipino lumpia plate