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Nutrition Facts

Fish embutido

Calories 664 Sodium 2,179 mg

Total Fat 14 g Potassium 206 mg
Saturated 2g Total Carbs 36 g
Polyunsaturated 1g Dietary Fiber 5g
Monounsaturated 8g Sugars 19 g
Trans 0g Protein 83 g
Cholesterol 300 mg

Vitamin A 50% Calcium 10%

Vitamin C 99% Iron 32%

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your
calorie needs.






There are many ways and techniques in cooking but it is still

different when you do it with love. You can laugh but still won’t be
happy same goes with be satisfied . cooking with love provide food for
the soul simply means if you put a let of affect in it if you feel happy
doing it then it will simply radiate to the person who will eat it. If
your fall of bitterness while cooking then the out come might be as
bad as how you feel so as much as possible cooking with love not
literaly but figuratively it will make a let of people happy.


 30 pieces finger chili peppers (siling haba)

 1 pound ground pork
 6 cloves garlic, peeled and minced
 ½ cup green onion, chopped
 1 teaspoon salt
 ¼ teaspoon pepper
 30 pieces spring roll wrappers (lumpia)
 oil

First, with a small knife, make a slit across the length of one side
of each chili peppers from the stem down to the tip. Work carefully to
keep stems intact. Using a teaspoon, gently scrape the inside of chili
pepper to remove seeds and pith. Rinse under cold running water to
remove any stray seeds. Drain well. Second, In a bowl, combine
ground pork, garlic, green onions, salt and pepper to taste. Using a
teaspoon, gently stuff each chili pepper with pork mixture. Then,
Separate lumpia wrappers and lay on a flat work surface. Place one
stuffed pepper on wrapper. Fold sides of the wrapper to enclose chili
pepper, leaving stem exposed. Roll tightly to fully cover chili pepper
and seal seam with a dab of water. Repeat with remaining chili
peppers. At last, in a pan over medium heat, heat about 2 inches deep
of oil. Add prepared peppers in a single layer and cook, turning as
needed, for about 7 to 10 minutes or until golden and crisp. Do not
overcrowd the pan, cook in batches as necessary. Adjust heat if
wrappers are browning before meat filling is cooked through. Remove
from pan and drain on a wire rack set over a baking sheet. Serve hot
with sweet and sour sauce or spicy vinegar dip.


Dynamite Lumpia is a cultural blast of flavor and can be found anywhere in

southeast Asia. It might not be interesting for you to study, but it's sure
interesting to taste. So if you're ever in the Philippines, jump over to the local
cafe, and take a bite of the glorious treat that will make your tastebuds dance
with happiness.