How to cook Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)

When one speaks of Lumpiang Hubad, I instantly picture pieces of spring rolls stacked in a plate. There is however, a recipe for spring rolls that is done without actually wrapping the lumpia filling in rolls. This is what is called lumpiang hubad (naked spring roll).

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)

In the Philippines, some use turnips and young bamboo shoots in cooking lumpiang hubad. As for this particular recipe for spring rolls however, Cooking Like A Pro‘ll be using togue or mung bean sprouts. Once more, I’d like to thank my dad first (Thanks, Pa!!) for inspiring me to do this dish. While the hubby and I were on vacation in the PI, he craved for some of this lumpiang hubad; which is how I got re-acquainted with this tasty lumpiang hubad recipe.

Here’s how to do a simple lumpiang hubad dish.

Lumpiang Hubad

Jaime Inez
Lumpiang Hubad, or Fresh Vegetable Lumpia, is a no-wrap version of the classic Filipino snack. Instead of wrapping the ingredients in a crepe-like wrapper, it is wrapped in lettuce leaves. The filling is a medley of vegetables sauteed with onions and garlic. It is typically served with patis, a fish sauce commonly found in Filipino cuisine.
Prep Time 15 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Side Dish
Cuisine Filipino
Servings 4 servings
Calories 186 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • cooking oil
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • togue washed
  • garlic crushed and chopped
  • shrimps chopped
  • ground pork
  • onions
  • snap beans cut diagonally
  • water
  • fish sauce
  • oyster sauce

Instructions
 

  • Saute' the garlic in hot oil.
  • Add the pork. Stir well.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Add in the onions. Stir well.
  • When the onions soften, add in the shrimps.
  • Season the dish with fish sauce. Mix well.
  • Add the snap or green beans. Mix well.
  • Cover the pan to let it simmer.
  • Add the sauce (water, fish sauce and a little oyster sauce) into the pan.
  • Let the dish simmer.
  • Add the togue. Mix well until the sprouts are soft and cooked.
  • Season with fish sauce and pepper, as desired.
  • Serve while hot; and eat in lumps!

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Notes

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Keyword lumpiang hubad, vegetable

About Lumpiang Hubad

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Lumpiang Hubad is Filipino spring rolls made from mixed vegetables. It is a popular street food in the Philippines, and is a traditional dish. It is served with rice and is often served with a sweet sauce. You can make this dish at home using a basic vegetable spring roll recipe. Alternatively, you can add shrimps, chicken, or other meats. Whatever you choose to put in it, you’ll be sure to find it delicious!

Lumpiang Hubad is a favorite dish in the Philippines. The main ingredients are mixed vegetables and small amounts of meat, which are added to a wrapper to give it a more traditional flavor. The filling is made from the heart of a palm and is typically served with rice. It can also be fried, which is popular in the city of Silay. A lot of people in the Philippines prefer eating lumpia based dishes, and Lumpiang Hubad is one of them.

Lumpiang Hubad - Mama Sita's

Lumpiang Hubad is a Filipino favorite. It is a rich and flavorful dish made of mixed vegetables and small pieces of meat. It is popular in the province of Silay and is commonly prepared with pork and vegetables. To make the dish more authentic, use 6 cloves of garlic and bamboo shoots. Adding a few fresh prawns is a unique way to add flavor to the dish.

The Filipinos love Lumpiang Hubad, which consists of mixed vegetables and small amounts of meat. It can be fried or served fresh. It is a delicious, traditional snack that is both healthy and delicious. For the most authentic Lumpiang Hubad, it is best to buy the ingredients at a market in the country. It is popular in the country and sells in the city of Silay.

The Pinoy version of the vegetable spring roll, Lumpiang Hubad is made with the heart of palm, and may be served with rice or with a sweet sauce. Its savory flavor is enhanced by the addition of shrimps and pork. The pork and beef are cooked in the same manner as the fresh ones. The coconut milk used in the recipe is not used, which makes it an excellent choice for this dish.

The Filipino dish Lumpiang Hubad is a traditional Filipino dish that has been popular for centuries. Unlike other dishes, it is made of mixed vegetables and small amounts of meat. In Silay, pork, shrimps, and vegetables are mixed together to make a meal. The meat is usually fried. In some cities, the Lumpiang hubad is sold as a snack or a delicacy.

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Lumpiang Hubad is an ideal dish for families to enjoy on a rainy day. It can be served hot or cold. It is a great snack or a meal for any time of the day. It is a traditional Filipino meal and is a popular staple in many cities across the country. It is also a great way to show your cultural pride. The Filipinos love to eat it, and it is a delicious treat.

The Filipino version of vegetable spring rolls, Lumpiang Hubad is a popular street food in the city of Silay. It is made from the heart of the palm, a boiled egg, and various meat and vegetables. Then, it is served with rice. It is a great way to share the traditional dish with family and friends. If you love this Filipino delicacy, it is a great way to celebrate your culture.

Tokwa is made by frying the tokwa until golden brown. It is best to fry lumpiang tokwa in batches. Then, add the shrimp, pork, and shrimp to the vegetables and wansoy. The filling is usually cooked for at least 45 minutes and served at room temperature. If you’re serving Lumpiang Hubad for a family dinner, it will make a great appetizer.