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My sister in law makes Lumpia. She is from the Phillipines. She adds ground beef. This is for my Brother I think! LOL! Perfecto!

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Rhonda O April 13, 2002

Lumpia is not only Chinese. The Filipino fried eggrolls are always called Lumpia. It may have originated in China but the meaning of the word has evolved in time and geography. If you ask any non-Chinese person, the lumpia that they are always talking about is the filipino kind, which is fried.

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mpam September 01, 2010

actually lumpia is actually a Chinese (Fujian-Minnan) delicacy, my mom use to make it, they are called lum pia (lum for soft, pia for bread, in mandarin its called luan bing), and if you fry it, it should not be called lumpia..

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lubenoit February 12, 2007

the recipe is ok maybe add some potatoes and beansprout better if deep fried gets soggy in the oven.

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cherry scott August 05, 2004
Vegetarian Lumpia from the Philippines