Lumpia is a Phillippine dish similar to egg rolls. This killer combo with add flavor and spice to the most boring of veggies.\r\n\r\n\n\n\tHow To Make Mini-Vegetable Lumpia with Garlic Vinegar Dip\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\n\t\tVegetables2 tbsp. olive oil3 cloves garlic (finely chopped)1 medium onion (finely chopped)\u00bd cup green beans (finely sliced)\u00bd cup carrots (finely chopped)\u00bd cup celery (finely chopped)1 cup bean sproutspepper (to taste)soy sauce ( to taste)1 tsp sesame oilmini spring roll wrappers3 tbsp wateroil (for frying)Dip3 garlic cloves (finely crushed)\u00bd cup vinegar (of choice)\u215b tsp. ground pepperpinch salt1 tsp shallots (finely chopped)1 chili pepper (chopped (optional))\t\n\t\n\t\tVegetablesIn a pan, heat oil medium-hot, and then add garlic.When garlic is slightly brown, add onions and other vegetables and stir-fry until almost done.Season with pepper, soy sauce and sesame oil.Set aside, draining excess liquid.Separate mini spring roll wrappers and cover with damp cloth.Take one wrapper at a time, laying each wrapper on a plate.Place a tbsp. of vegetables on the wrapper, and wrap vegetable mixture firmly, sealing the edge with a little water.Heat oil in a deep frying pan on 'hot' stove setting and fry spring rolls until lightly browned (using a deep fryer is best). Serve hot with garlic-vinegar dip.DipMix ingredients in a glass bowl and add more vinegar, pepper, and salt as required.