Monday, October 10, 2005

Shanghai Lumpia

I know I should be talking about my thanksgiving dinner but after preparing for two turkey dinners this weekend, I am so turkeyed-out, I hardly even want to say turkey anymore.

Today, I prepared Shanghai Lumpia for a cousin for a change. She hasn't had any turkey so far and she was expecting me to have one for lunch. Normally on Thanksgiving Day in the past, we always have one at home . Too bad. She had to make do with the left-overs but I made sure the Lumpia would compensate for whatever she was craving for.


1 lb of ground pork
1 medium onion, finely chopped
5 tbsps of soy sauce
2 eggs
2 tbsp of corn starch
1/2 tsp of ground pepper

Mix the ingredients in a bowl. Wrap the mixture in lumpia wrappers. Deep fry. Serve with sweet and sour sauce. Relax and enjoy the company of cousin.


JMom said...

I know what you mean about turkey, Ting. It seems not so long ago when we had our turkey extravaganza for Thanksgiving too, now it's almost that time again. I'll have to think of something else to post for thanksgiving now :-)
Your lumpia just made me remember, my kids have been asking for some too!

cathcath said...

shanghai lumpia recipe

1. go to the oriental store
2. buy a package of egg roll ready to fry
3. deep fry.
presto, lumpia shanghai. My recipe, bow. :)

dexiejane said...

i'm getting ready for turkey. i prefer glazed ham actually but gotta keep with the the lumpias look good. made me think of vinegar and garlic dip..:)

Beng said...

Hello Mutti, I love these mini lumpias. Matagal ko na rin tong hindi ginawa. Hmmm, binigyan mo ko ng idea...I'm going to surprise KC with this ;)

How have u been mader?


marezone said...

Heh, no turkey lumpia?!

ting-aling said...

Hi JMom, how was your lumpia?

Cathy..hehe, express lumpia..

ting-aling said...

Dexie, I used the ready made sweet and sour dip from the store. I love vinegar and garlic dip too.

ting-aling said...

Mutti, KC loves lumpia? That's good. Did she like it?

Hey Marezone, ha, I'll try turkey lumpia one of these days...oh no, not turkey!

mg said...

hi ting aling..,

i got here by clicking on your link from the comments you left on my site and now, i don't want to leave! you have such variety of dishes on your blog - it's like having my lunch online... he he (masarap kasi yung photos!)

i'm very new to this blogging thing and it's great that you and stef came to visit to welcome me.

maraming salamat...