Cheesy Dynamite Lumpia

My vegetarian version of the Filipino appetizer Dynamite. Cheesy dynamite lumpia is made with green chili peppers (sili espada or siling haba) stuffed with cheese only and wrapping it with lumpia wrapper. There are a lot of version of this recipe from stuffing the chili pepper with ground pork, beef, ham, and many more!

Introduction

About this Recipe

By: Albee

My vegetarian version of the Filipino appetizer Dynamite. Cheesy dynamite lumpia is made with green chili peppers (sili espada or siling haba) stuffed with cheese only and wrapping it with lumpia wrapper. There are a lot of version of this recipe from stuffing the chili pepper with ground pork, beef, ham, and many more!

And if you can’t stand spicy foods, you can scrape the seeds off. I love doing batches of these since I get snacky all the time lol!

Ingredients

  • 1 pack lumpia wrapper
  • 25 pcs green chilis (sili espada or siling haba
  • 1 box Eden cheese 165 grams
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 cups vegetable oil for frying

Step by Step Instructions

Quick Tip: Prepare the ingredients by washing the green chilis first. I usually make 25 pcs of these and just store it in the fridge.  Then slice the cheese lengthwise about 1 cm thick.

Step 1

Lay down the lumpia wrapper in a flat surface.

Step 2

Place the green chili in the middle of the wrapper and slice the chili lengthwise to create an opening. (You can remove the seeds to lessen the spiciness)

Step 3

Stuff the green chili with the cheese slices. Then wrap the chili and cheese with the wrapper then roll. Watch the video below for reference.

Step 4

Deep fry the cheesy dynamite until golden brown.

Step 5

Serve hot while cheese is still oozing inside 🙂 Enjoy!

Cheesy Dynamite

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