Thursday, June 28, 2012

Lumpiang Prito (Fried Vegetable Spring Rolls) Filipino food.

Lumpiang Prito (Fried Vegetable Spring Rolls) Filipino food.
This recipe will make about 30 spring rolls.
2 cloves garlic, chopped or crushed
1 c. shredded cooked chicken meat
2 carrots, julienned
1 turnip shredded, julienned
1 sweet potato, julienned
1 piece of bamboo shoot, julienned
1 cup of soaked and julienned wood ears, black fungus, Chinese mushrooms
1 bunch of spring onions, cut into rings (about 1/2 c.)
6 pieces of fried tofu, julienned
2 tbsps. of oyster sauce
1/4 tsp. ground black pepper
19 cm x  19 cm. spring roll wrappers
1 tbsp. of flour plus 1 tbsp. of water
oil for deep frying.
Microwave the carrots and turnip separately for 1 1/2 minutes each. Microwave the sweet potato for 1 minute.
Heat up a wok and add 2 tbsps. of cooking oil. Add the garlic and stir fry for 1 minute. Add the chicken, if using and stir fry for 2 minutes. Add the vegetables, wood ear and tofu. Season with 2 tbsps. oyster sauce and 1/4 tsp. black pepper. Stir fry until hot and fragrant (about 4 minutes). The vegetables should still be crisp. 
You may need to adjust your seasonings because the sizes of the vegetables vary. 

Transfer to a colander and leave to cool.
Separate the spring roll wrappers. Cover with a tea towel to keep them from drying. Spoon 2 tbsps. of filling near one corner and fold the corner over it. Fold the right and left corner towards the middle, putting the creases where the filling ends.
Put a flat leaf parsley near the corner before you roll, if you wish. Make a paste with flour and water to stick the end corner.

Heat up some oil for deep frying. Fry the rolls a few at a time until golden and crisp (2-3 minutes). Fry for just 1 minute if freezing.They are traditionally served with a vinegar and garlic dip or a soy and ginger dip:
1"x1" ginger, cut in fine strips
1 tbsp. of brown sugar
2 tbsps. light soy sauce
1/2 c. vinegar
1/2 tsp. sesame oil
1/2 red finger chilli in diagonal slices
Mix together and serve as dip for the spring rolls.

Enjoy & Thanks for stopping by!

Ady Greatsword Empire Kitchen Recipes,,


  1. Salam, kreatifnya, Ady. Ni kalau saya, gigit kiri kanan dulu, lastnya gigit tengah2, hehehe

  2. Salam Abg Ady,
    Sedap dan menarik...fav siti dan anak siti nazirah...nak 10 ketul

  3. mmg menarik la popia tu Ady, cantikkk...

  4. kalau ucu ...mau berjam2 baru siap buat mcm tu...cantikkk..

  5. pernah beberapa kali tgk kawan2 pos lumpiang ni.. tp yg abg ady buat ni lebih menarik sbb ada corak daun ketumbar pd kulitnya tu... cantik pulak bila dihidangkan....

  6. salam bro ady,,wahh jatuh cinta kt design dlm tue..sungguh kretif la..mesti sedap nie..nnt zila nk cnp jgk ok..thnks:)

  7. salam abg ady ^^ cantik!!! nmpk mcm cop je design tu kt situ. hihi...

  8. Assalam Ady..nak 10 ketul tunggu kat woodlands mrt eh..
    eh kalau dah tinggal KL..kena tunngu kat changi aiport lah pulak kan..hehe

  9. Salam Ady..
    sangat menarik..betul2 macam dicop dengan mesin..hulur seketul dua ke sini..nak buat minum petang..

  10. Cantik popia tu sedap nampak thanks ek kongsi resepi :D

  11. ni kira popia versi filipina la ye ady..hehehhe
    nampak sedap...kemas je gulungan nya..:)

  12. mabuhay Ady....
    wahh masak la lumpia la plak Ady nie...
    rajin betul...bertuah orang umah..he..he...he...

  13. ermm..popiah... I like popiah samada popiah goreng atau popiah basah,, Nyumm...

  14. menariknya popiah bro ni..ada printed daun sup laagi..waduh...kruk2..

  15. Kriuk kriuk popiah nya,menarik juga isinya.

  16. Wah wah wah...ada popiah! Krap krup nampaknya...nak tapau sebekas please :)

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