Lumpia are elegant spring rolls native to the Philippines and Indonesia. Enveloped in a wrap of fragile pastry, they may be deep-fried or fresh, and their ingredients can be minced pork, chicken, or shrimp along with vegetables. In their homelands, they are a popular street food; In the U.S., lumpia are served as appetizers in some Asian-themed restaurants.

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