Lumpia is the generic Filipino name for savory and sweet rolls in rice or flour and egg wrappers. Examples of savory Lumpia are Lumpiang Shanghai (Spring rolls), Lumpiang Ubod , Lumpiang Gulay and sweet Lumpia is called Turon , ripe cooking banana and slices of jackfruit  wrapped in filo wrapper then fried with brown sugar

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