Chili Cheese Roll / Dynamite Sticks

This is one of the chili recipes you wouldn't want to miss. I really love spicy food and this easy recipe really helps in my cravings. Chili cheese roll, chili cheese sticks, dynamite sticks, chili sticks are just some of the few names this good food and easy recipe snack is called. Chili Cheese roll or Chili Sticks is a popular bar chow or finger food for and the recipe for it is so easy to cook and really complements any beer. It is indeed one of the Filipino recipes that you must try regardless whether you love spicy food or not.

Personally, we always have this good food bar chow dish every time we go out, have a drinking session at home or a friend's house. (",) We'll surely post another recipe of the same using other ingredients to give a little twist to this easy recipe.

Serves 5  Prep Time 30 minutes  Cooking Time 15 minutes


15 pcs medium size lumpia wrapper (spring roll wrapper)

15 pcs finger chili or JalapeƱo for spicier variety, cut in halves, unseed and remove the white part in the middle

Kraft Eden cheese (or any equivalent), cut in thin strips (do not use quickmelt cheese)

Dressing (Your Choice)

Caesar Salad


Put strips of cheese in between 2 halves of chili. Wrapped with lumpia wrapper and seal the edges with water.

Deep fry until golden brown.

Serve with preferred dressing.

Increase the quantity of ingredients wrapper if you have a large group. Chili and wrapper is always 1:1. Good Food!


  1. Sounds so easy to make! I've done stuffed peppers before but never tried wrapping them in lumpia wrappers. Thanks for the idea! :)

  2. @Carolyn, @ kelly: Yes, they are indeed.

    @Tina: You are welcome! I think I'll do stuffed peppers soon, too.

  3. What a great idea using the spring roll wrappers! These are like a mini chile relleno but so much easier! Great idea - thanks for sharing.

  4. What a unique appetizer, I saw the picture earlier and I was hoping you would post a recipe. thanks for sharing!

  5. I really like spicy dishes, like delicious, thanks for sharing'
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  8. OMG, I'm not sure I would survive this dish, although it looks really delicious. I like spicy hot things, but eating more than one whole chilies would call for a fire-extinguisher in my mouth and then every other part of my digestive system. :) Or by removing the seed and the white strips inside we remove most of the hotness as well? Please comfort me and say it is so, and I should try making this because I will like it! Thanks! Hugs, Flora

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  10. I love this food as in wow ang sarap!!!! Someone in my family bought it in UST and wow..... sarap ulitin

  11. try stuffing it with ground pork just like a n0rmal lumpia. Its really good and it also have a nice kick to it.

  12. Yay! I just prepared a bunch of these today and will be frying them later for the drinking spree of my uncles. I have to Google it because I am afraid they make fun of my recipe. Stuffing meat in it would be nice. If you want it to be extra spicy and tasty try adding strips of SPAM hot and spicy, don't forget the cheese to add a bit of sweetness.


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