Lumpia Shanghai is a delicious Filipino style egg roll that you are sure to find at any family gathering involving food – which by the way, is EVERY gathering. To make the lumpia you would first combine the garlic, onions, carrots, ground pork, green onions, parsley, salt and pepper. Once the mixture has been combined let it sit for about 15 minutes allowing the flavors to combine. Then take a wonton wrapper (I use the square ones) and turn the wrapper so it is in the shape of diamond. Spoon the filling close to the bottom corner of the wrapper in a horizontal line making sure not to put too much (about a tablespoon max). Wrap the wrapper around the filling like you would a burrito: bottom corner up, then the sides, rolling it tightly closed until the the last corner needs to be dampen with water and sealed. Once the lumpia has been all rolled, heat your oil and fry. Serve with a sweet and sour sauce or spicy vinegar. Definitely give this recipe a try!