Tuna lumpia (spring rolls)

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

31 Responses

  1. thesa says:

    hi. just wondering if you can get away with canned tuna instead. im based in regional australia and fresh fish is dearly priced. thanks!

  2. Connie says:

    Hi thesa! Canned tuna will do just fine. Just remember to drain them well. :)

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  5. melisa says:

    Hello po… I use canned tuna po, ung spicy nila. It taste good nga po talaga. i’m going to try using fresh tuna. My mom uses galunggong most of the time, kaya lang tamad ako maghimay… hehe… Thanks po for this great recipe…

  6. irene says:

    hi! what else did you add with tuna? thanks

  7. Connie says:

    that’s in the list of ingredients, irene.

  8. beng says:

    when i make lumpiang shanghai i always put kinchay. it makes a lot of differeence in taste. i think adding kinchay here would be great too, esp to mask the fishy taste.

  9. grazielle says:

    i got caught by your website from my father.please tell me where to get the ingredients for this recipe.im at lost.thanks

  10. grazielle says:

    owwwww i got it.please disregard my comments.tnx ms connie

  11. beth sanchez says:

    hi connie!!! this is really a healthful recipe because it uses tuna that’s really rich in omega fatty acids.one time,i planned on making rellenong bangus.after sauteing d bangus meat and d other recados,i thought of just making it into another version of spring rolls.

    d result?? sarap siyempre!!! i got tired of stuffing d filling and sewing d bangus skin,eh!!hahaha

    for d dips,i made two- made sweet n sour sauce and a sweet n spicy vinegar dip.

    but i will try this recipe,connie…thanks!!!!!

  12. ROXEE says:

    connie, we use mackerel instead of canned tuna?

  13. jinky says:

    Hi Ms. Connie,

    Nawala yata yung print button. Or maybe the error is with my pc. Try ko muna ang ibang entry..

  14. jinky says:

    Hi Ms. Connie,

    Sorry, I found it already! :) I was used in seeing it at the top of the entry, nasa baba na pala :)

    Pls. disregard my previous comment na lang Ms. Connie, thanks!!

  15. Jhul says:

    Hi Ms. Connie,

    Can I omit the chili flakes and use spicy canned tuna instead?

    Thanks :)

  16. desireeanne says:

    Ms Connie….what would make a great combination with the tuna lumpia? Thanks!

  17. Marie says:

    Thanks. Now I don’t have to buy those expensive Tuna Lumpia.

  18. fred says:

    Connie, mix it with potato? Why potato? How bout sweet potato/yam uncooked carrot, spring onion then fry?

  19. lucy says:

    Hi Connie,

    Yong Salmon ba is different from Tuna? .. sensya na di kasi ako sure eh.. am planning to make this for my son´s b-day tom.


  20. emyM says:

    Connie,this was my first time to cook tuna rolls. Yes, I just used whatever’s in the pantry and fridge.
    Roasted bellpepper from a jar,green onions and egg.Next time I’ll add tofu.Very goooood!

  21. eman says:

    Thank you so much Ma’am Connie for your recipe. Dito po ako sa moscow ngaun and e2 kakatapos lang kumain ng mga employer ko and they like it very much. They said in Russian “otchin kusna” very tasty in english and they ask me to cook it much often na po hahaha. I used the recipe of your shanghai wrapper too kaso medyo kinulang dahil i made some mistakes sa paglagay sa pot but I made around 12 sheets of that mixture in the end hehehe. I used parsley instead of onion, okay lang naman po un diba? More power po sa inyo at ingat po.