Phillipine Egg Rolls

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GordonW
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RE: Phillipine Egg Rolls 2005/07/21 20:32:32 (permalink)
Well...to be honest, it's really junky cheese. Processed cheddar stuff that can sit on a store shelf without air conditioning in the tropical heat. That's a big reason why it can be fried. But I can assure you that I ate a bunch of them when I lived in the Philippines -- regular fare at cocktail parties and as beer-drinking snacks.
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RE: Phillipine Egg Rolls 2007/09/04 18:45:22 (permalink)
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Originally posted by carlton pierre

Gordon, I've not heard of cheese lumpias and did not know the filipinos were known for their cheese either. My filipino sister in law has not mentioned them. I thought lumpias all had a meat/vegetable mixture.
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RE: Phillipine Egg Rolls 2007/12/19 15:59:40 (permalink)
The best lumpia sauce is equal parts of sugar, vinegar and Banana Ketchup. I got this from a Philipine Restaurant back home. It is the real thing. NO cooking,just stir to dissolve the sugar.
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RE: Phillipine Egg Rolls 2007/12/21 12:57:11 (permalink)
Lumpias are one of my favorite all-time snacks. Fun to make, and I'll usually make 50 at a time and freeze them. Phillipine Connection makes some of the best IMO.
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