Probably one of the most notorious foods in Filipino cuisine, lumpia is our version of the asian egg roll, or spring roll, as some call them. There are many types of lumpia in the Philippines. I may post more recipes of other variations. This is the infamous Lumpiang Shanghai, usually a hit of every Filipino family gathering. These lumpias are typically filled with pork and shrimp, and are as much fun to make as they are to eat. Many people make them in their own way, but this is my version of my mom’s recipe. I tried my best to give measurements to the ingredients, as I usually do this from my head without measuring, so I hope you like it.