Filipino Egg rolls filled with Filipino stir-fried noodles served with lemony savory dipping sauce. Oh, la la! So tasty. 🙂
Life really goes on no matter what. You either go with the flow or lag behind. So, even it I am not well, still I can’t stay away because if I do, I will always playing catch up. I made a promise, so here we go.
I made these lumpia in the past, but never get around to sharing it because I completely forgot all about it. Then, these past few days I made too much pancit an decided to make pancit lumpia and share it with y’all.
It’s really easy. Just make pancit and blanch some broccoli and use them as your filling. It’s so delicious. Then, I made sauce that goes very well with the pancit lumpia. I didn’t go with the typical egg roll sauce which is a bit sweet and spicy. I mix my own savory sauce by using organic stir-fry sauce that’s made with ginger and soy then mix it with fresh squeezed lemon juice and viola! Delicious sauce that you’ll make again and again. You can either use it as dipping sauce or as marinated for chicken, or sauce for lemony stir-fry veggies. So many possibilities with this sauce. To make these lumpia, you will need the following:
- Lumpia wrapper of your choice (you can either use this or this type of wrapper), thawed
- Pancit (you can get the recipe here) Just add some meat of your choice or just leave it as is
- 1/2 cup Wegman’s Organic Asian Stir-fry sauce
- Blanched organic broccoli
- Juice of 2 large lemons
- Oil for frying
- Separate the lumpia wrapper and fill in with 1 thumb size broccoli and about a Tablespoon or two of cooked pancit noodles.
- Fold over about 1/4 of the wrapper over the filling and gather the sides and fold them towards the the center. Then, start rolling away from you leaving about an inch at the end.
- Brush with egg wash or water and roll to seal; set aside. Repeat with the remaining pancit, broccoli, and wrappers.
- Heat oil in a deep pan over medium heat. Fry the lumpias until golden brown, removed and place on a plate lined with paper towel to drain excess oil. Repeat until all lumpias are cooked; set aside.
For the savory sauce, combine and whisk the lemon juice and Asian Stir-fry sauce until well-combined in a medium bowl. Transfer to a ramekin. Served with the pancit lumpia. Enjoy! ❤
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44 thoughts on “Pancit Lumpia (Egg Rolls)”
Anna, I want some!! Yum! Yum!
For you, yes! Always. 🙂
Yaay!! Thank you. On the next flight out ha ha😂
I’ll be waiting. 🙂
😉 I really enjoy chatting with you. I would be so happy to have you for a neighbor. Think of all the coffee sessions ha ha
You have a gift of presentation. May I place an order…for breakfast! 🍓
Oh, thanks. It’s kind of you to say. Sure. Come on over and I’ll cook some for you 🙂
My RSVP is YES, 🍓
I’ll definitely make some for you. 🙂 Have a lovely week ahead. ❤
You do the same. Live well. 🍓
Thank you so much. ❤ 🙂
hmm, yummy 🙂
These look so good!
They really were good. Thanks so much. 🙂
Oooh, Anna, so delicious. My husband & I had vegetable egg rolls for lunch, but from a restaurant. Not nearly as good as yours, I bet! 😊
Hi, Kim. Thanks for stopping by as well as the lovely compliment. Yes, they were really good. I ate 3 rolls. I just couldn’t resist. 😀
Oh, once you start, it’s difficult to stop, Anna. 🙂
Oh, my gosh! Yes! It’s absolutely addicting. 😀
😊 Happy 4th Anna!
Thanks, Kim. Happy 4th as well. 🙂
These look amazing! 🙂 I love lumpia!
Hello, Jen. Thank you for the lovely compliment. I love lumpia too. They’re irresistible! 😀
a very interesting blog.
many greetings from Italy
Thank you so much, Antonio. 🙂
I love lumpia haven’t had them in a very long time 🙂
Thanks, Nandini. I love them too. They’re super good. 🙂
Ooooh! These look so yummy!
Thanks. They were really yummy. 😛
They look amazing i just made mine with shrimp im working on the video i miss you guys 🙂
Thank you, Amal. Shrimp sounds great. I’ll check out the video soon. Miss you too. I’m glad you are back blogging. 🙂
They look incredible. I’ve always wanted to try making egg rolls.
Hello, Sheryl! Thank you. I appreciate your visit. These egg rolls very tasty too. You should try making them. They’re worth your effort. 🙂
Those look delicious!!! 🙂
Thank you, Jason. They were really good. 🙂
Thanks, Leyla. They really tasty and flavorful. ❤
These look so good!
They really were delicious, Lynz. They were so good I almost didn’t leave any for my family ha ha 😀
yumm they look amazing!!!
Thanks so much, Lynz. 🙂
These look so golden brown, crisp and delicious. I love it Anna, thank you for sharing 🙂
My pleasure, Jess. I appreciate that you stopped by. Thanks so much. 🙂