Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)



When one speaks of lumpia, 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, I'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.


Ingredients in cooking lumpiang hubad:
- cooking oil
- salt and pepper, to taste
- togue, washed

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)


- garlic, crushed and chopped
- shrimps, chopped
- ground pork

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)


- onions
- snap beans, cut diagonally

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)

- water
- fish sauce
- oyster sauce

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)


Steps in cooking lumpiang hubad:
1. Saute' the garlic in hot oil.
2. Add the pork. Stir well.
3. Season with salt and pepper.
4. Add in the onions. Stir well.
5. When the onions soften, add in the shrimps.
6. Season the dish with fish sauce. Mix well.

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)

7. Add the snap or green beans. Mix well.
8. Cover the pan to let it simmer.

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)

9. Add the sauce (water, fish sauce and a little oyster sauce) into the pan.

Ascertain the level of water you want for your dish. If you want it to be a little wet with more sauce, add more water.

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)


10. Let the dish simmer.
11. Add the togue. Mix well until the sprouts are soft and cooked.

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)


12. Season with fish sauce and pepper, as desired.

Cooking Lumpiang Hubad (Togue Recipe)

13. Serve while hot; and eat in lumps!

In summary:


Lumpiang Hubad (Togue recipe)

5/5 stars

Prep time: 5-10 minutes
Cook time: 5-10 minutes
Total time: 10-20 minutes
Calories per serving: Low calorie
Fat per serving: Low fat

Ingredients
  • Cooking oil
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Togue
  • Garlic
  • Shrimps
  • Ground pork
  • Onions
  • Snap beans
  • Water
  • Fish sauce
  • Oyster sauce
Cooking Directions
  1. Saute the garlic in a pan with hot oil.
  2. Cook the pork with the garlic.
  3. Season the pork with salt and pepper.
  4. Add the onions.
  5. Add the shrimps.
  6. Season the dish with fish sauce.
  7. Add the snap beans.
  8. Allow the dish to simmer for 2-3 minutes.
  9. Add water, fish sauce and a bit of oyster sauce into the dish.
  10. Let the dish simmer.
  11. Add the togue.
  12. Mix well until the sprouts soften.
  13. Season with fish sauce and pepper.
  14. Serve with hot rice.
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32 comments:

  1. I bet mommy will request me to do this one on weekends. hehehe

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  2. i love this dish and also pritong lumpia...dami na namang food post ng BC Bloggers
    nagugutom tuloy ako haha

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  3. We often transform this into lumpiang gulay and the vinegar plays a significant part. Tapos ung spicy... mapapadami talaga ang kain!

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  4. The wrapping part is what I don't like about cooking lumpia. Kaso meron bang shanghai na hubad? Not a vegi eater kasi eh.hehe

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  5. I love this dish.. thanks for sharing the recipe, I might try it soon..

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  6. i love your dish, i cook this for my family

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  7. Looks really yummy and sure be yummier with the lumpia sauce.

    Mommy Maye

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  8. guilt-free alternative to all-meat dishes :)

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  9. I hate togue but I eat it when it's in lumpia :) I prefer not to see it :)

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  10. Ayy...fave ko to! This is one kind of dish or snack that I will never get tired of eating. Yummy na economical pa. Thanks for sharing a very detailed recipe. :)

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  11. ang sarap naman nito..maka try nga minsan:) thanks for sharing the recipe:)

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  12. Very healthy and I love this. I could however do away with the pork and shrimp...puro veggies lang solve na. :-)

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  13. super healthy food! thanks for sharing

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  14. Mouthwatering!!! So yummy. I so love Lumpiang Hubad. One of my favorite Filipino dish.

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  15. napapadami ang kain ko kung togue ang ulam. just had it last night.

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  16. Bean sprouts! Love it! Thanks for sharing.

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  17. I like it in the lumpia wrapper. It's my fave. :)

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  18. super like! fave ko ang togue. :)

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  19. We also have almost the same recipe for lumpiang hubad! We usually have this dish right after we have ordinary lumpia. Ubusan na kasi ng wrappers! :D

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  20. We love eating that! Anything lumpia! My kids and I love it. plus my mom too.

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  21. YUM! as in dapat CAPITAL LETTERS! love this!!! ♥

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  22. Yummy!!! This togue is really versatile ano?

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  23. I loove it! I especially love the togue! :)

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  24. What makes Lumpia even more delicious, whether hubad or not, is the sauce. Love lumpia very much.

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  25. I suddenly miss eating lumpiang dressed-up. Hehe! I haven't tried cooking lumpia at home. I like the Chinese style though.

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  26. Love this dish. Won't be tired cooking and eating it up.

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  27. Thanks for sharing this recipe, looks very delicious

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  28. Yummy. This ex-vegetable eater would like to try this one.

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  29. lumpiang hubad means without the wrapper noh??? im a sucker for fresh lumpias!!! hehhhe

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