SPAM® Lumpia

SPAM® Lumpia

1 hour 12 servings

Aside from the Spaniards, the Philippine culture was also heavily influenced by the Chinese settlers. From clothing to food, the influences of the Chinese are very evident. A testimony to that is the Lumpia or spring rolls. Although it has Chinese origins, it has been embraced and become part of Filipino cuisine.

In almost every Filipino gathering, the Lumpia will always be one of the staple dishes served. In a deeper sense, the Lumpia symbolizes the welcoming manner of Filipinos. They are accustomed to being open and accepting to new experiences and groups of people. This celebrates fusion of new cultures and having unity among people coming from different backgrounds.


  • 1 can of SPAM® Classic, julienne cut
  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 1/2 tbsp fish sauce (patis)
  • 1/4 of whole cabbage, shredded
  • 1/8 kg baguio beans, thinly sliced, slant
  • 1 pc medium size orange sweet yam (peeled, sliced julienne cut)
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 10-15 pcs big fresh spring roll wrapper


  • 1.In a medium sauté pan, sauté onions and garlic with oil. Season with fish sauce
  • 2.Add SPAM® Classic and all vegetables (except for shredded cabbage)
  • 3.Simmer for 10-15 minutes until vegetables are cooked but still crunchy
  • 4.Add shredded cabbage last. Season to taste with salt and pepper
  • 5.Drain and let cool
  • 6.When cooled, scoop 1 1/2 - 2 tbsp of SPAM® Classic/vegetable filling onto the fresh big spring roll wrapper. Roll and secure with flour/water paste
  • 7.Deep fry until golden brain. Drain onto strainer
  • 8.Serve with either: sweet and sour sauce or vinegar; minced garlic; chopped red onions/chili sauce

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