BETTER THAN TAKEOUT – Wonton Noodle Soup (广 式 云吞 面)

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Hi everyone, welcome to Souped Up Recipes. Today we are making a classic Cantonese recipe – wonton noodle soup. I know there are already tons of recipes out there but today I want to show you the authentic way to make it. In China, you can find wonton noodles restaurants everywhere – could be downstairs of your apartment, you can just walk to it and start your day with this nice and comfy soup. It can be next to the school and kids passing by it every day. Very cheap, a dollar or 2, and it gives you all-day energy. 🥢BUY MY WOK USA – CANADA – AUSTRALIA – UK / EU (Just Launched !!) – Rest of the World – 🥢PRINTABLE RECIPE – 🥢MY AMAZON INFLUENCER / AFFILIATE PAGE – (I share ingredients and recommended products there) 🥢SUPPORT ME ON PATREON – 🥢RELATED VIDEOS – HOMEMADE CHINESE NOODLES: WONTON WRAPPERS: 🥢RECIPE – Note: The product links below are affiliate links. I may earn a commission if you purchase an item on a linked website within 24 hours. INGREDIENTS FOR THE FISH POWDER – 400 grams of flounder fish (will get 6-80 grams of dried fish) INGREDIENTS FOR THE BROTH – 2 tbsp of oil – The shrimp shell – 1 pound of pork bones (If you don’t eat pork, you can do beef bones) – 1/2 pounds of chicken bones INGREDIENTS FOR THE WONTON (Enough to make 60-70 wontons) – 10 ounces of ground pork – 10 ounces of shrimp – 1 tbsp of soy sauce (Amazon Link – – 1 tbsp of Chinese cooking wine (Amazon Link – – 1 tbsp of oyster sauce (Amazon Link – – 1 tbsp of fish sauce (Amazon Link) – 1/4 tsp of salt – 1 tsp of sugar – 3 cloves of garlic – 1 tsp of ginger – 1 egg – 3 tbsp of stock – A drizzle of sesame oil (Amazon Link – – 1 tbsp of fish powder (Amazon Link – – 1/2 cup of diced scallion – 60-70 pieces of wonton wrappers – INGREDIENTS FOR 1 PORTION OF NOODLE SOUP – 1 tsp of the fish powder – 2 tsp of soy sauce – 2 tsp of fish sauce – 2 cups of the broth – 1/2 tsp of salt or to taste – 1 portion of egg noodles – 6-10 pieces of boiled wontons – Scalli on as garnish – Few pieces of baby bok choy.

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