Lumpiang Togue Recipe
These fried spring rolls are the classic lumpia you may have eaten since childhood.
The lumpiang gulay you probably had growing up was filled with vegetables such as togue or bean sprouts, carrots, cabbage, green beans, singkamas or jicama, and shrimps. This lumpiang togue recipe tries to mimic the same flavors of that nostalgic lumpia of long ago with its flavors, textures, and even the sauce that's served with it.
This recipe, however, uses a secret ingredient to add a punch of umami: dried alamang. It adds its flavor without becoming too salty or be an overpowering flavor in the filling that bagoong might add. If you long for that delicious veggie lumpia recipe, you can learn how to cook lumpiang togue and get a little taste of home of the past.