Anyone from the Philippines? I'm looking for

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Barbarainnc
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2007/02/03 10:56:36 (permalink)

Anyone from the Philippines? I'm looking for

a lumpia sauce. I've heard it has equal amounts of banana ketchup, sugar and vinegar. Anyone make it this way?? Thanks for your help.

I love lumpia !!!!!!
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    GeoNit
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    RE: Anyone from the Philippines? I'm looking for 2007/02/03 14:42:02 (permalink)
    Just do a Gooogle search for lumpia sauce recipes -- lots of links availalbe!!!
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    GeoNit
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    RE: Anyone from the Philippines? I'm looking for 2007/02/03 14:45:08 (permalink)
    Sorry!!! My fingers both stutter (Gooogle) and are dyslexic (availalbe)!!! Tht should be "Google" and "available".
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    RE: Anyone from the Philippines? I'm looking for 2007/02/03 17:22:47 (permalink)
    If you wanted an Adobo recipe, I have a killer one that I've created :) But yeah, Lumpia - definately search on Google.

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    RE: Anyone from the Philippines? I'm looking for 2007/02/03 18:42:04 (permalink)
    Barbara,

    For fresh lumpia one of my brothers liked the ketchup sauce. My Mom made it with equal parts of banana ketchup & vinegar, she would add a tsp of sugar & tsp of water. For lumpia shanghi & fresh lumpia, most of my family preferred the vinegar soy sauce for dipping purposes. We make it using equal parts soy sauce & vinegar. For instance I made it on earlier this week using 1/2 cup soy sauce, 1/2 c cider or rice wine vinegar, mix with a tsp of fresh garlic & some black pepper. Sometimes we will kick it up by adding some red chili sauce or sesame oil.
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