welcome to Panlasang Pinoy! I’m Vanjo Merano. How are you? today we’ll cook Lumpiang Sariwa with Fresh Lumpia Wrapper here are the ingredients for this recipe cabbage or “repolyo”, sliced into small pieces sweet potato or “kamote”, soaked in water so it won’t oxidize or turn to color brown. We’ll remove the water later tofu. This is an extra firm Tofu. Fried then sliced into small cubes all purpose flour or “harina”, we’ll use this in making our lumpia wrapper later small shrimps, this is usally sold as frozen, without head and shell if this is not available in your location, you may use an ordinary shrimp. Slice it into small pieces baguio beans, thinly sliced carrot, sliced into thin strips like matchsticks we call it julienne parsley, chopped. But not finely chopped. “asukal na pula” or brown sugar 2 pieces of eggs, we’ll use these eggs in making lumpia wrapper later cornstarch grounded “mani” or peanuts onion, you may use either yellow or white onion minced garlic or “bawang” Knorr shrimp cube we’ll use this for the filling we’ll saute this together with tofu, shrimp and vegetables aside from these ingredients, we’ll need water, cooking oil for the saute process and in the making of the lumpia wrapper we’ll also use soysauce, fish sauce and ground black pepper if you’re ready, let’s start preheat pan or wok like this one then add cooking oil the first thing we need to prepare in making fresh lumpia is the filling. We’ll saute here the tofu, shrimp, vegetables after the filling is the fresh lumpia wrapper after that is the lumpia sauce so we’ll do 3 processes it needs a bit of hard work but it’s going to be worth it wait for the pan to heat up then we’ll add the onion and garlic the cooking oil is is now hot spread it across the wok alright we’ll now add the onion. As mentioned earlier, this is white onion chopped into small pieces after a few sesonds, we can add the garlic right away here goes the minced garlic add half of the garlic because the other half will be used for the lumpia sauce later. Let’s set this aside continue to saute, it’s very simple this is how we saute. If you’re a regular viewer of Panlasang Pinoy, and if you are cooking Filipino food daily, perhaps you already know how to saute we are going to saute the garlic and onion until it’s cooked and then we’ll add the sweet potato I think it’s ready, the onion is soft, the garlic is turning brown let’s now add the sweet potato here’s goes the “kamote” or sweet potato I peeled the sweet potato then cut into cubes we added the sweet potato first because it’s the hardest ingredient so we need to soften it. We don’t use any meat so this is the first one to saute since the tofu is already cooked and the shrimp can be easily cooked continue to saute for 30 seconds to 1 minute let’s add water because we need to soften the sweet potato there you go let it simmer once simmered, continue cooking in medium heat. Let the water evaporate once the water had evaporated, it means it’s soft and we can continue the saute process see, most of the water evaporated and we can now add the Knorr shrimp cube I’m using this in dishes like Lumpiang Sariwa so we can have that shrimpy flavor then mix better if we crush it so it’s easier to spread it’s easy right? Once it’s cushed, continue to saute with the sweet potato at this point, the sweet potato is soft next step is to add the other ingredients here goes the “tokwa” or extra firm tofu I want to reiterate that we use the extra firm tofu. There are many types of tofu in the market depending on your location the usual tofu in the Philippines is the extra firm but if you’re outside Philippines, you can see different types of tofu the extra firm type is firm and is usually used in making “tokwa’t baboy” (tofu and pork) after the tofu is the shrimp this is a small type of shrimp. You may opt not to add shrimp because we already added Knorr shrimp cube or the other tip I mentioned if you really want shrimp, a regular sized shrimp. Just cut it into small pieces here goes the carrot julienne or cut into strips or matchsticks (add Baguio beans) so just add altogether. It’s that easy to cook Lumpiang Sariwa this is the filling, we just need to saute all together next is the “repolyo” or cabbage continue to saute after this is the fresh lumpia wrapper. It’s literally fresh because we’re going to make it from scratch see? It’s fun! It’s requires a bit of hard work but it’s all worth it once you have done your own Lumpiang Sariwa like what I’m doing. We cooked the filling, then you cook the wrapper, see? Not everyone can do that! and then you cook the sauce. Isn’t it awesome? cooking all those 3 by your own is a big accomplishment stick to video so I can help you how to do it after sauteing, season with fish sauce and ground black pepper at this point, we’re done cooking the filling. The vegetables are perfectly cooked I don’t want the vegetables to be fully cook because I don’t want it to be saggy so next is seasoning. Here goes the fish sauce and ground black pepper mix it’s fragrant! I can smell the fish sauce together with the other ingredients! It’s so appetizing but we’re not yet done. This is just the initial step after the first step is the second step let’s set aside the filling then we’ll make the lumpia wrapper, rather, fresh lumpia wrapper this is the step where we’ll make the fresh lumpia wrapper we need water, egg, cooking oil and all purpose flour or “harina” for those who haven’t tried making their own fresh lumpia wrapper. I’d say it’s better than the commercial lumpia wrapper because it’s softer don’t be afraid, this is not difficult let’s start crack the egg. Place it in a big mixing bowl. So we’re cracking the egg then whisk or beat quickly while beating, let’s add the cooking oil. You can use either canola oil, vegetable oil, even coconut oil will do. We don’t have preference mix well then let’s add water I’m using water but you can also use fresh milk if you want your lumpia wrapper to be tastier I’m showing you that I can use water because it’s cheaper and simple there you go. While mixing well, slowly add the “harina” or all purpose flour it’s better to add the flour slowly so you can mix well the mixture and add more flour once you have mixed well the previously added flour there you go. Continue the process until you finish the flour and then we’re ready to cook the fresh lumpia wrapper It’s better to use non stick pan so it wouldn’t be difficult to remove the lumpia wrapper this is the non stick pan and I’m going to use cooking oil spray and here it is cooking oil spray. If you don’t have this, you may grease thinly the pan with a regular cooking oil heat the pan and spray some cooking oil. Yup, there you go and then, get the mixture we made earlier take 1/3 cup of the mixture (let’s estimate 1/3 cup..a bit more) then swirl the pan to spread the mixture then wait for it to cook. In medium heat, for about 1 minute – 1 min and 10 sec but of course see to it yourself you’ll notice that the wrapper is rising see? It’s from liquid state to solid state it’s easy to remove especially if you’re using non stick pan because we’re just going to slide this one indicator that it’s cooked is when you shake the pan, the wrapper slides and doesn’t stick anymore let’s try notice that the top part is not yet cooked but it’s almost done it’s sliding now, do not do this if you’re a newbie it’s very hot I just want to check with my hands but you may just shake this what mean by ready transfer the first lumpia wrapper in a plate slide it. There you go, very simple. Then let’s do the next one repeat the steps until we finish the mixture spray here a bit of cooking oil then let’s add the mixture. 1, around 1/3 cup – 1/2 cup, that’s the ideal measurement there you go, so if you see bubbles, you can lower the heat between low to medium I saw mine has bubbles if you see some area that is not enough, add the mixture there to make a whole then we’ll wait again for the lumpia wrapper to cook then we’ll remove it from the pan it’s done same thing, slide and transfer here in the plate let’s make another one see guys? It’s very easy. We didn’t use other tools. We just slide it across the pan so why is it easy to slide the wrapper? compared to the commercial wrapper in the market, the harder ones. The one we have here is soft because we added cooking oil. Oil helps to keep the wrapper soft if we did not add cooking oil, the wrapper will harden and if we try to roll it, it will crack our lumpia wrapper is done. Next is the lumpia sauce let’s set this aside and change the pan set aside, there you go here’s our sauce pan, let’s heat it up the ingredients we need to for the sauce are soysauce, the remaining garlic, water and “asukal na pula” or brown sugar hmm. Why are we calling it “asukal na pula (red)” but the color is brown. Ok nevermind add water to the sauce pan it became hot very quick, that’s why the water sounds like that then wait for it to boil the water is now boiling let’s add the “asukal na pula” or brown sugar there you go here goes the soysauce I’ll include the garlic here some people make the raw garlic as toppings but some people don’t want to eat raw garlic because the taste is so powerful, so I’ll add this while cooking the sauce mix well we’re dissolving the sugar and cooking the garlic so the taste wouldn’t be too powerful it’s simmering lower down the heat the next step is easy. We’ll add the cornstarch diluted in water it means, we mix well the cornstarch with water using a teaspoon that is our cornstarch mixture do not add abruptly. We’ll add little by little then mix well the lumpia sauce mixture wait for it to cook and you’ll notice that the sauce thickens do not add all mixture at once because it might get too thick which makes it difficult to mix. Make the thickness just right I think the thickness is not enough so it means, we’ll add more cornstarch mixture if we ran out of cornstarch mixture but the sauce is still not thick enough, make another cornstarch mixture this is the desired consistency the sauce is ready. Let’s set this aside we’ll assemble the lumpia now, we have gathered all the ingredients in assembling the lumpia but before that, here’s lettuce sorry I wasn’t able to present this in the introduction of ingredients we’ll place it on the lumpia wrapper, so include this on your ingredients list I’ll show you the complete list of ingredients later after assembling this get a fresh lumpia wrapper there you go. Place it here then lettuce here in the middle this is the cooked filling we made earlier and this is the chopped parsley let’s put the filling on top of the lettuce it’s up to you how much filling you want to put arrange it. Add parsley on top or you can also cook the parsley together with the filling then fold the wrapper let’s secure the lumpia fold the bottom, then..make it fit, if you make it more fit the better. Press it a bit once you have folded here, secure the other side, there you go fold both sides. Be careful in folding because if you forced it, it might tear up. The wrapper is soft so that’s it then transfer the lumpia in a serving plate slide it down to make sure it won’t break then let’s repeat the procedure get a lumpia wrapper get a lettuce. Place an excess portion of the tip over here for presentation there you go then topping, then parsley then secure the bottom part then fold both left and right. Squeeze like this to fit in and secure because the lettuce pushes the wrapper. There you go see? Then fold the other side I’m folding it carefully. I don’t want this to break can you see the bubbles here? That happens if you use high heat it’s not perfect but the others are ok so maintain in medium heat. I kept on talking earlier so the pan is too hot before I placed the mixture so just keep in mind to cook in medium heat place it here in the serving plate let’s repeat the process. Get another wrapper I’ll make another one for the presentation’s sake, I’ll replace the lumpia with bubbles with a better one let me assemble this one let’s put it here aside from lumpiang sariwa, we can also make lumpia ng ubod rather Lumpiang Ubod, not lumpia ng ubod Lumpiang ubod uses heart of palm, I’ll show you how to do it the process is the same. The only difference is the filling instead of these ingredients, we’ll use heart of palm. That’s one of my favorite versions of fresh lumpia just fold and secure both sides, there you go it’s done this looks good this is the replacement for the middle one the middle lumpia has bubbles although it’s still presentable. But it has bubbles I’ll set this aside I’ll put it here I’m replacing it with a new one it’s very simple arrange it in the middle there you go it’s ready let’s put the sauce get ready with the peanuts. The sauce is a bit cooler now but it’s still hot place it here. There you go let’s be generous with the sauce we have a lot there you go so now we have the lumpia sauce after the sauce is the crushed peanuts alright let me spread this a bit it’s all done here’s our lumpiang sariwa with fresh lumpia wrapper let’s have a taste I don’t want to ruin this presentation, so I’ll eat the one with bubble but before that, here is the complete list of ingredients for this recipe with measurements let’s take this one add sauce then it’s ready here it goes. See guys, once you added the sauce, you will not see the bubbles anymore alright it’s ready. Let’s have a taste there you go. The lettuce is crunchy. Can you hear it? it will be great if you try and master this recipe you can make some of these for special occasions mmm~ of course the sauce was the first one I’ve tasted it’s perfect the sweetness, consistency, and the garlic is perfect it’s not over powering so if you’re afraid of eating raw garlic, don’t be. We already cooked the garlic in the filling, the sweet potato was perfectly cooked it’s not too hard nor too soft, it’s just right after this, I’ll eat another one. It’s delicious Mmm~ I already ate it in front of you I’ll just finish this later sorry guys, it was too good. So, There you go, here’s our lumpiang sariwa with lumpia wrapper with lumpia wrapper please don’t forget to visit PanlasangPinoy.com. All our recipes are posted there our youtube videos are also connected there so you refer there thank you so much for watching our video especially our Lumpiang Sariwa Video I hope you won’t get tired of supporting and watching watch out for more upcoming videos for those who are watching that haven’t subscribe yet, please subscribe to our Panlasang Pinoy Youtube channel so Youtube can notify you once there’s a new video upload thank you so much, see you next time!