Monday, January 2, 2012

Tuna Spring Rolls



lumpia wrapper
tuna in oil, drained
carrots, chopped
red bell peppers, chopped
onions, chopped
garlic chopped
soy sauce


1. Combine all the ingredients and saute in a pan, let it cool and leave it to dry
2. Wrap it with lumpia wrapper
3. Fry rolls and dry them with paper towels

Perfect alternative to pork lumpia, this tuna alternative is really easy-to-do and yummy. I love it because the tuna is tasty and it's not pork so it's healthy. When I first tried pork lumpia, I could not figure out how to wrap them and Bon made fun of my first batch because they were really hard. This second attempt to make lumpia was easier. I, now, know how to wrap them so that they look presentable enough.

Serve it with sweet chili sauce. You can also serve it with catsup but sweet chili is sauce is best. Hot rice is going to be amazing, but you can eat it on its own or with soup. I had mine with soup. Hehe!

1 comment:

Diane Writes said...

In my own biased opinion, tuna is better for spring rolls than pork of beef. Tuna is tastier and healthier kasi. :)

By the way, we share the same practice of eating something fried with soup especially on a cold and lazy afternoon.

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