Dynamite spring rolls, also known as dynamite lumpia, are a popular variation on cheesy spring rolls. They’re made with siling haba (capsicum annuum) – a mild, not very spicy, light green chili – stuffed with mild kesong puti and grated cheddar to make them soft and melty after deep frying. For best results, mix Barrio Fiesta Bagoong Spicy well into the cheese mix before stuffing the chili.
There are two ways of assembling these rolls. You may cut off the stem off the chilis and roll them up the classic way. Or you can trim about an inch off one side of your lumpia wrapper and then roll, stem exposed. Using two wrappers per chili will make your roll extra crispy.
Feel free to experiment with your favorite cheeses! These are easy to assemble and fry. Serve with sweet chili sauce or a Barrio Fiesta Tubasuk on the side and enjoy with an ice-cold beer.