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Hi guys, fiance likes lumpia a lot and i want to make as often and as much as he want :wacko:

i know that there is a lumpia wrapper in the US (meron nga ba?) hehe

but my problem is i dont know how they call it there? lollol :bonk:

Tulong naman po,Maraming Salamat!

j&L


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Hi guys, fiance likes lumpia a lot and i want to make as often and as much as he want :wacko:

i know that there is a lumpia wrapper in the US (meron nga ba?) hehe

but my problem is i dont know how they call it there? lollol :bonk:

Tulong naman po,Maraming Salamat!

j&L

It's called springroll...you can get it in any Asian store here in US. last saturday I bought one I made a turon because I found saging saba and I missed eating it, I also bought jackfruit in can. yum yum :innocent:


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I KNOW THEY CALL IT HERE LUMPIA WRAPPER PAREN .. SOMEHOW I WOULD REcommend if you can go to any Asian Markets:

Grand Asia Market 1253 Buck Jones Road (South Hills Mall in Cary) Raleigh, NC 27606

Store Hours:

Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Saturday 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Sunday, US Holidays & Chinese Holidays>> im not sure kung malapit syo yan..

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Hi guys, fiance likes lumpia a lot and i want to make as often and as much as he want :wacko:

i know that there is a lumpia wrapper in the US (meron nga ba?) hehe

but my problem is i dont know how they call it there? lollol :bonk:

Tulong naman po,Maraming Salamat!

j&L

sa mga asian store madami punta ka lng sa frozen section ung lumpia wrapper ko nakita ko sa ref na malaki e nka box :lol:


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there another kind of spring roll wrapper yung made with rice.. it's good for lumpia but not as good as the one made with flour.

Yes, there are many different kind of springroll, the one I bought was made from Philippines. I don't like to use the other springroll.

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I would suggest that you just make your own lumpia wrapper.

It's very easy. let me teach you how. :)

This will make you 10 Fresh Lumpia Wrapper Skins

Ingredients

* 1 cup flour

* 1 egg

* 1 cup water

1.Mix all ingredients until very smooth.

2.Lightly grease a non-stick pan and heat. Brush mixture onto pan. When dough starts to come away from the pan, lift wrapper out carefully. It will not lift out if mixture is not done.

Pronto!

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some people here in our area also call it EGGROLL WRAPPER!


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Or, if you'd rather to make the thinnest lumpia wrapper You can try this one.

There are three things to remember when making crepe-like spring roll wrappers.

1. The correct proportion between the flour and the starch;

2. The correct consistency of the batter (i.e., the amount of water); and

3. A non-stick frying pan

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The following recipe makes 10 spring roll wrappers using a 10-inch non-stick frying pan. If you use a smaller sized pan, you will be able to make more wrappers. But small wrappers aren’t easy to work with because you will need a substantial amount of overhang to fold them properly without the lumpia bursting open before they are served.

Ingredients :

1 c. of all-purpose flour

1/3 c. of corn or tapioca starch

1 egg

1/2 tsp. of salt

2-3/4 c. of water (you may have to adjust this depending on the quality of the flour and starch you use)

Cooking procedure :

In a mixing bowl, beat the egg. Add the water and mix. Add the flour, starch and salt and mix until well blended.

Place the frying pan on the stove and turn on the heat to medium-low. Pour 1/3 cup of batter into the pan, swirling the pan to evenly distribute the batter on the bottom. Cook the batter until the crepe (it is a crepe, really) pulls away from the sides of the pan (see the photo), about two minutes. Using a spatula, flip the crepe over and cook the other side for a minute.

Okay, stoves have different settings and temperature and the cooking time of two minutes is relative. How can you tell if the crepe is ready to be flipped over? It is ready when the spatula slides easily underneath. If the crepe wrinkles, that means it is still too wet. If you flip it at this stage, it is still sticky, it’s difficult to flip over and it might crumple and stick in places.

Just keep repeating the procedure until you have used up all the batter. A tip: stir the batter before cooking each wrapper. The starch has a nasty tendency to sink to the bottom and you really want the batter to be very well blended before it goes into the hot frying pan.

Where do you place the cooked lumpia wrappers? Most cooks will say stack them between sheets of kitchen (wax) paper. That’s too rich for me — kitchen paper is not cheap and I only use it for baking. I don’t have any problems stacking the cooked lumpia wrapper one on top of the other. They might stick to one another if they are still wet. But if they have been sufficiently looked, you will be able to pull off each wrapper easily.

There you go. Hope that helps you.


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Hi guys, fiance likes lumpia a lot and i want to make as often and as much as he want :wacko:

i know that there is a lumpia wrapper in the US (meron nga ba?) hehe

but my problem is i dont know how they call it there? lollol :bonk:

Tulong naman po,Maraming Salamat!

j&L

It's called springroll...you can get it in any Asian store here in US. last saturday I bought one I made a turon because I found saging saba and I missed eating it, I also bought jackfruit in can. yum yum :innocent:

turon + jackfruit...wohooooooo! :dance:

thank you po.


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sometimes, lumpia wrapper is beside the tofu at the grocery store. :)


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Hi guys, fiance likes lumpia a lot and i want to make as often and as much as he want :wacko:

i know that there is a lumpia wrapper in the US (meron nga ba?) hehe

but my problem is i dont know how they call it there? lollol :bonk:

Tulong naman po,Maraming Salamat!

j&L

It's called springroll...you can get it in any Asian store here in US. last saturday I bought one I made a turon because I found saging saba and I missed eating it, I also bought jackfruit in can. yum yum :innocent:

turon + jackfruit...wohooooooo! :dance:

thank you po.

here's the turon...for all

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"True Love is never associated with violence,deception,abuse ( emotional,physical or verbal) constant sacrifice for the good of only one person,jealousy,fear or mistrust"

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National Domestic Violence Hotline

Help is available to callers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hotline advocates are available for victims and anyone calling on their behalf to provide crisis intervention, safety planning, information and referrals to agencies in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Assistance is available in English and Spanish with access to more than 170 languages through interpreter services. If you or someone you know is frightened about something in your relationship, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224.

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