Wonton Soup

Serves 3

On the weekends our family used to go to the city to buy groceries in the Asian markets. We always stop over at our favorite Chinese restaurant. All the food was delicious. We will order all our favorite dimsum the follow by duck rice and/or wonton noodles. Sometime I take both :D, I can handle it. The ambiance is really like eating Chinese food in old fashion restaurants in Honkong where the kitchen is set with the tables so the cook, the waiter everybody moves around and they talk to the customers.

Then my mother hang out with her friend who owns a Chinese restaurant to learn how to make restaurant tasting wonton soup. Uuuh, she nailed it. It was delish and luckily she will often make it for dinner. Wonton soup is easy to make at home and they are great for cold winters like now. Here is the recipe, you can add Chinese noodles if you want.

100 gr small prawns
300 gr minced chicken
2 tsp ginger powder
1 tbs oyster sauce
2 tsp soy sauce
2 tsp vinegar
1 tsp sugar
1 tbs sesame oil
salt and pepper
wonton papers
1/2 tbs starch
5 tbs water

How to prepare:
– cut prawns into 2-3 pieces, set a side
– in a bowl, mix minced chicken, ginger powder, oyster sauce, soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, sesame oil, salt and pepper
-in a saucer, combine the starch with cold water, mix well
-take one wonton paper
-add 1 tsp minced chicken
-add 1 pieces of shrimp
-spread a thin layer of starch on the edges of the wonton
-fold the wonton in half and press the edges to stick
-you can fold to stick the other edge to make a boat shape too

1 -1,5 lt water
2 cm ginger
3 garlic cloves
½ medium onion
¼ cup light soyu
salt and pepper
1 bag pokcoy

How to prepare:
-cut the 2 cm ginger into thin slices and the thin slices into long thin sticks, set aside
-crush the garlic with the side of you knife, cut it into small dices
-cut the onions into half and slice it into small pieces
-add a little oil in a big pan, add the garlic and the onion and saute until fragant
-add 1- 1,5 liter water
-add ginger, light soy sauce, salt and pepper to taste
-when boiling add the wonton
-when wonton is almost cooked add the pok coy


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