Monday, August 25, 2014

Prawn Wonton Noodle Soup


Prawn Wanton Noodle Soup is other side to Fried Prawn Wanton and Chicken Wanton Soup. Only that prawn (Prawn Fried Mee, Prawn Soup Mee, Prawn Mango CurryPepper Prawn Curry & Lemongrass Chilli Prawn) wanton noodle soup is an all in one complete wholesome meal in a bowl. Bowl food again? Indeed yes. But not the same as previous versions. No, not at all. Trust me. Believe me. I definitely won't take you through a bluffology food journey. Never been my philosophy, neither will I want to. I believe in being sincerely honest no matter what, not even for fame fanning myself in the blogging scene (Thai Salmon Noodle Soup, Prawn Curry Mee, & Mushroom Yee Mee Soup). Okay? Lemme now lure you towards recipe of this day. To begin with, we need to make the broth/soup (Corn Soup, Mutton Mee Hoon Soup & Chinese Chicken Herbal Soup). Mine is always prawn heads and shells (Prawn Fitters), of course, you can opt for others (Spicy Mutton Soup), type of noodle is also per your choice. I grabbed a packet of this different type, still regarded as wonton noodle, the other core for all that jazz Prawn Wonton Noodle Soup is making the wanton prawn parcels. Store bought wanton skin will cost only a couple of dollars, really affordable and each piece is parceled with prawn filling. Thereafter, its all about getting Prawn Wonton Noodle Soup ready. Don't forget to tip in some leafy green veg, oh, do remember to pair it along soy pickled green chillies. Akin made in heaven spiciness pairing for Prawn Wanton Noodle Soup.



Ingredients
For broth
1 cup prawn heads and shells
1 tsp anchovies granules (optional)
Salt and pepper to taste

For chilli dip
2 green chillies
3 birds eye/red chillies
1 tbsp vinegar
1 tsp sugar
2 tbsp dark soy sauce

For wanton parcels/dumplings
8 wanton skin
7 medium size prawns (remove head and skin, de-vein and finely chopped)
1/2 tsp cornflour
1 stalk spring onion - sliced thinly
1 tsp light soy sauce
A pinch of pepper

For assembling (as needed)
Wanton noodles - blanched to soften
Kai lan/Chinese kale - sliced
Spring onion - sliced

Method
For broth
Simmer prawn shells and heads with 1 1/2 liters of water to extract stock.
Season with granules, salt and pepper.
Keep simmering over very low heat. 

For chilli dip
Blanch chillies in hot water for 1 min.
Drain off water and combine with the rest of the ingredients.
For dumplings
Combine all ingredients except the wanton skin.
Scoop a bit to fit the centre of the skin and parcel it up.
Do the same to the balance of the filling and skin.
(Note; how to parcel - Chicken wanton soup)
Gently drop dumplings in simmering broth.
(Note: just before eating/serving)
Blanch kai lan in broth for a few minutes.
Assemble noodles with kai lan.
Pour soup over and add dumplings.
Sprinkle spring onion atop,  
Serve with soy sauce chilli dip.
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22 comments:

  1. healthy and delicious wonton soup....I liked the chilli dip...

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  2. lovely soup... though i have seen this soup in my company canteen, nvr tasted it... i want to taste after seeing urs...

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  3. ah... I totally agree about the variations in the climate, it is really terrible! I went home during this so-called monsoon and there was hardly any rain, the time I left, within three days, the whole town is flooded due to heavy rains! The soup looks so comforting... reminds me of the wonton soup from PF Changs...

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  4. Oh what a yummy looking soup. I would love to try the wontons first...yummmm

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  5. the soup looks nice for sea food lovers , i am going to try out the chilly dip , it looks not so difficult
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  6. I like prawns in any form .For sure will try your version too ,Thanks for sharing recipe & impressive click.

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  7. wow, the noodles look good. Are these organic handmade noodles?

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  8. After raining, weather is always nice and soup is perfect for that.

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  9. Love the wontons in soup.Got it ,So next time i look for wonton wraps .

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  10. HI Nava, my favorite wonton noodle soup. Very yummy and you did it very beautiful. Fried wonton is also very yummy. Thanks for sharing and regards :)

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  11. Healthy and nutritious soup I love it.. Nice work dear Nava. I have never used these noodles.. Shall give it a try

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  12. wow sounds delicious...nicely presented.

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  13. gosh...what i would do for a bowl of warm wanton noodle now. Rainy day

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  14. Nava, your pictures are always a treat to the eye! how have you been? i have been busy wth loads of things at home..

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  15. OMG!! this looks yummy. i wanna try wonton noodle soup

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  16. Aah! Beautiful soup dish. So delicious...so comforting.

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  17. Lovely and delicious recipe :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  18. Nava the soup looks too delish.. I would love to have a bowl full and the weather here is apt to enjoy this yummy soup..

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  19. Hi, just thought I'd let you know that we've linked back to this post in our Food and Cooking Inspiration blog, to see the link back here's the link https://www.corrchilled.co.uk/index.php?route=pavblog/blog&id=92 :)

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  20. I love wontons, I usually have them in hotels not yet tried it at home.

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