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Pork and Vegetable Lumpia from 'The Adobo Road Cookbook'

Kate Williams 1 comment

These lumpia, or Filipino spring rolls, are fried and filled with moist ground pork, carrots, peas, and bean sprouts. Fish sauce adds a layer of salty complexity, but otherwise these are simply straight-up, easy-to-eat, fried goodness. More

Pork and Vegetable Lumpia from 'The Adobo Road Cookbook'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

These lumpia, or Filipino spring rolls, are fried and filled with moist ground pork, carrots, peas, and bean sprouts. Fish sauce adds a layer of salty complexity, but otherwise these are simply straight-up, easy-to-eat, fried goodness. More

Serious Snacks: Lumpia Shanghai at Unimart

Michael Nagrant 5 comments

For a city/metro area with 9,000,000+ people, Chicago has a dearth of good egg rolls. You can find great Szechuan braised tendon, head-on salt and pepper shrimp, and a celebration of the diverse fungal bounty of Yunnan province down in Chinatown, but a personal dynasty's length search for sublime crisp deep-fried won ton skin pockets in this same 'hood have turned up nothing. Instead, I have to turn to the Filipino Uni-Mart grocery on the northside for my fix. Ford the stainless steel shelves filled with salty and sweet shrimp and squid chips and you'll be rewarded with a take-out counter filled with pork glazed in thick syrupy adobo; orange laquered barbecue chicken; beefy, brothy oxtail-studded kare-kare, and a host... More

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