Welcome to Day 13 of cooking Street Food for 21 days! This is one of the most requested recipes, and trusts me; this Wonton Noodle Soup recipe was worth the wait because it is CHEFS KISS. Funny enough, this weekend, I wasn’t feeling feel, and this bowl of hot Wonton Noodle Soup hit the spot and helped me feel instantly better. There is something about a hot bowl of noodle soup that warms me up inside and out.
This bowl of hot noodle soup is perfect for the colder weathers coming up. Even though wontons takes a lot of manual labor to make, the good news is that they can be stored up to 3 months in the freezer! So invite your friends, family, or put on a Netflix show and wrap away! It is always super convenient to have wontons ready to go in the freezer, and once you have them ready, you can make dinner in less than 10 minutes!
QUICK TIP from my grandma: Rather than crossing your fingers, hoping your filling taste good, take 1tsp of filling and put it in the microwave for 30 seconds to see if you need any more seasoning. Life-changing right?
TIP #2: PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE make sure to always cook your noodles, wontons, and vegetables in a separate pot instead of in the stock!
60 SECOND VIDEO TUTORIAL: https://bit.ly/2T1QyhD
1 lb of Ground Pork
1 lb of Shrimp (minced into a paste)
1 inch of Ginger (grated) or 2 tbsp of Grated Ginger
2 Green Onion (chopped)
2 cloves of Garlic grated
½ pack of Dashi Powder
1 tsp of White Pepper
1.5 tbsp of Sesame Oil
1 tsp of Cornstarch
1 tsp of Sugar
1 tbsp of Soy Sauce
~50 Wonton Skin
3 slices of Ginger
4 cups of Chicken Stock
2 tbsp of Soy Sauce
1 tbsp of Dried Shallots
Buk Choy of vegetable of your choice
- Mix ground pork, shrimp, ginger, green onion, garlic, dashi powder, soy sauce, white pepper, sesame oil, corn starch, and sugar. Put 1 tsp of filling in the microwave for 30 seconds to see if you want any more seasoning *THANKS, GRANDMA, FOR THE TIP!!*
- Take a piece of the wonton skin, add 1 tsp of filling. Add water to the end and fold in half. Fold the top down and add a little bit of water on the edge. Fold the ends together, and that’s it!! *PLEASE REFER TO VIDEO TUTORIAL*
- Add chicken stock, ginger, soy sauce, and turn the heat up to medium-high in a pot.
- Once it starts sizzling, add in 1 tsp of dried shallots.
- Let is simmer for another 3-4 minutes. MAKE SURE ALWAYS TO COOK YOUR NOODLE, WONTON, AND VEGETABLE IN A SEPARATE POT!!!