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Wonton Noodle

Hi hii.. I'm back again. Today I'm gonna present popular Cantonese dish from Hong Kong and also can be found in Malaysia and Singapore, It's Wonton Noodle. There are two way to serve Wonton noodle (dried or soup)... Drolling. It's a meal made with roast pork(BBQ pork), wonton noodle, dumpling, Vegetable.


Wonton Noodle (Dried)

Recipes:
Thin noodle
Baby pok choi / kailan
Sauce:
vegetable oil 5 tsp
sesame oil 3 tsp
shallots 3 whole.
ginger 1 in.
salt 1 tsp
chicken stock 1/2 tsp
soy sauce thin 3 tsp
pepper 1/5 tsp
Char siu:
pork
spare ribs sauce or char siew sauce (Lee Kum Kee)
cloves garlic, finely chopped
dark soy sauce
sugar
rice wine
Wonton dumplings:
1/2 pound boneless lean pork
1/2 pound shelled and deveined medium shrimp
3 water chestnuts
2 slices ginger, or as needed to make 1 teaspoon
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
2 teaspoons soy sauce
1 tablespoon Chinese rice wine, dry sherry or rice vinegar
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
a few drops sesame oil
Freshly ground white pepper
Wonton wrappers

How to:
For Sauce.
2 tbsps oil and fry the sliced shallots and ginger until brown.
Add the stock, Salt, soy sauce, pepper and sesame oil
For Char siu (BBQ boneless pork).
Marinade Pork with all the ingredient for a night for best taste.
put in oven around 220+ for around 45 min .. turn the meat after 20 mins.
Wonton dumplings.
Finely chop the pork and shrimp. Peel the water chestnuts and finely chop. Mince the ginger until you have 1 teaspoon.
Combine the pork and shrimp with the water chestnuts, minced ginger, oyster sauce, soy sauce, rice wine or sherry or rice vinegar, sugar, sesame oil and white pepper. And than fill and wrap it to wonton wrapper.
Noodle and vegetable.

Boil hot water. put vegetable to be boil for awhile. and than you can use it again to boil the noodle. To serve.. put the sauce on the plate.. and put noodle on the top of that. After that you can decorate your food with Wonton, Char siu. lastly you can sprinkle some sliced green onion.

P.S. Complicated? Don't Worry.... There are a lot of Asian store that sell frozen wonton which you only need to boil it. Hehehe.. Hmm.. how about Char siu?? Well.. you can get it from Chinese restaurant. so all you need to do is boil noodle and vegetable .. and make the sauce.. As easy as ABC... ^^

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