All You Can Roll - Filipino Spring Roll Workshop
Learn how to make the popular Filipino spring roll together with travelers from all around the world! In the Philippines, Lumpia (fried spring rolls) can be found in most of the Filipino cuisines.
This traditional Filipino dish is the local variation of the egg roll. The Filipino spring roll has a thin pastry layer and is filled with a savory mixture of meat or fresh vegetables. Lumpia is a versatile Filipino dish that can be enjoyed as an appetizer, snack, or main course.
Filipino food has been greatly influenced by a variety of Asian cultures, including Chinese, Malaysian, and Indonesian cuisines, due to the fact that the Spanish ruled the Philippines for more than 300 years. Spanish names for the majority of the meals include paella, leche flan, menudo, caldereta, lechon, and leche flan. Lumpia was introduced to the Filipinos by the Chinese, who also brought noodles and their spices. Due to their strong and varied flavors, lumpia, or spring rolls as they are more commonly known, is another addition made by Indonesians.
Learn how to make the traditional types of lumpia from a professional Filipino chef. Everyone’s welcome, as this delicacy can be vegan and vegetarian-friendly.
We are excited to share the Filipino food culture with you!
- Learn how to make lumpia, the Filipino spring roll
- Enjoy 3 kinds of Lumpia
- Take the recipes home
- Enjoy a communal dinner with fellow travelers
- Meet new foodie friends
Good to Know
- Pick up Point: Abraham Manila
- Things to bring: Cash for drinks and snacks
- Learn how to make one of the most popular Filipino dishes worldwide
- Cooking class with Filipino Chef
- Lumpia Tasting