My daughter likes to eat noodles, especially in the morning. She likes to eat noodles, such as boiled noodles, fried noodles and even noodles with soy sauce. Sometimes, in order to make her full, she will put several wontons to cook together. Most wontons are prepared in advance, frozen in the refrigerator, and cooked when eating. It’s very convenient, and it’s also simple and fast to rush in the morning.

Ingredients

150g pork
150g shrimp
150g wonton skin
1 Golden Powder Hong Kong shrimp noodle
2 vegetable chips
1 coriander
1 shallot
3 slices of ginger
1 / 2 tsp pepper
5g cooked white sesame
1 teaspoon sesame oil
1 teaspoon delicious soy sauce
1 / 2 tsp corn starch
1 teaspoon cooking wine
1 teaspoon oyster sauce
1 tsp fish sauce
1 / 2 tsp sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons cooking oil

Directions

Step 1
Preparation of required materials

Step 2
Chop the pork and shrimp into foam, and then put them into a large bowl. Add ginger foam, scallion foam, salt, sugar, cooking wine, fish sauce, raw meal, cooking oil, oyster sauce and part of the whole shrimp

Step 3
Then stir it up and marinate the whole shrimp with cooking wine and salt

Step 4
Take a piece of wonton skin, put on the meat, and then put on a whole shrimp. Then fold it in half and pinch it

Step 5
Then wrap it in the shape of Yuanbao

Step 6
Do the rest in turn

Step 7
Cut coriander into foam, green onion into scallion, add salt, sugar, delicious soy sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil

Step 8
Add water to the pot and bring to a boil. Add shrimp noodles

Step 9
Then break up the noodles

Step 10
Put the wonton in the pot and cook it together

Step 11
Pick up the cooked shrimp noodles

Step 12
Continue to cook the wonton until it floats

Step 13
Then put the shrimp noodles and wonton in a bowl

Step 14
Spoon the noodle soup into a bowl

Step 15
Add another spoonful of hot noodle soup and pour into a coriander bowl

Step 16
Then mix it well

Step 17
Add coriander dip in wonton, add cooked cabbage, sprinkle with pepper and cooked sesame