Monday, October 22, 2007

Lumpiang Gulay or Vegetable Eggroll

Lumpiang Gulay or vegetable eggroll is a lumpia wrapper or spring roll wrapper filled with different kind of vegetables such as green beans, carrots, cabbage, mongo sprouts,celery, sweet potatoes , onion and tofu.

This is one of my husband's favorite dish so I often make a lot of it and stored most of it in the freezer for future use. When cooked it is crunchy, tasty and yummylicious lol. It is normally dipped in spiced vinegar or suka with siling labuyo and bawang and sweet n sour sauce. It can be eaten as main dish or as an appetizer. Either way when prepared you wont be able to resist to eat it up. It is normally serve when theres a party, get together, celebration , potluck, for dinner or even during snack time. And so I have it stored most of the time because we just simly love eating it.

To make you need the following ingredients; onion, garlic, olive olive, green beans, cabbage, celery, carrots, sweet potatoes optional, tofu optional, cooked or sliced chicken optional as well, and ofcourse the spring roll, lumpia wrapper, salt and pepper for taste.
Procedure: Cut all vegetables sliced thinly, julienne or shredded. Saute garlic, onion, chicken. Then add all vegetables. Stir fry till half cooked and season with salt and pepper for taste ( soy sauce can be added for taste). Fill each lumpia or spring roll wrapper about 1 1/2 spoonfuls of the vegetable. When ready to cook..deep fried and serve with spiced vinegar or sukang may siling labuyo and bawang. Serve while hot and crunchy and you'll never go wrong. Enjoy!


Elise said...

I just would like to let you know that one day I was looking for a chicken abodo recipe and found your website. Since then I constantly check for new recipe posted in your site. Informative and easy to do recipe. Please post the recipe for leche flan or ube dessert. Lumpiang gulay is my favorite and I'll try and do this recipe this weekend.

maria said...

hi! im looking for a lumpiang gulay recipe and i found your website. now i can cook this for my husband who's longing for filipino foods .. thanks and more power to you guys!