Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Wong Kee Noodle Chinese New Year Special

Chinese New Year is approaching and I am sure everyone is getting ready for some steamboat (hot pot) sessions with family and friends soon. With that there are many ingredients which you can add in such as seafood, vegetables, meat and many more. Having steamboat is a great bonding time where everyone gets to sit around the table; chatting and enjoy the food while at the same time get your hands on cooking your favourite ingredients.

Recently we received a new year bundle courtesy of Wong Kee Noodle which enable us to enjoy our favourite hotpot without much hassle. You can check their items from the list below for their new year special bundles.


Wong Kee offers 3 different special Chinese New Year bundle which includes their signature wantons, dumplings, egg noodles and chilli sauce to cater for your festive feast without you spending hours in the kitchen preparing the ingredients. And for your convenience you can call (65) 9653 4819 or send in your email to [wongkeenoodles@gmail.com] to place your order or enquiry.

Note: FREE delivery for order with S$100 and above to one destination

[Wong Kee] Double Prosperity (bundle B) @ $42.80
Above shows the "double prosperity" bundle courtesy of Wong Kee which includes a tray of trio colour dumplings (18 pcs); a box each of wantons (30 pcs) and trio colour egg noodles (3 pac) as well as a packet each of sambal and tom yum chilli sauce.

[Wong Kee] Ala Carte Menu
Oh ya, besides new year bundle they also offer ala carte menu where you can order individual items according to your needs.

[Wong Kee] Sambal & Tom Yum Chilli
These two packets of chilli can be served as a dipping sauce or use as seasoning for cooking dishes like stir-fry sambal kangkong, sambal petai, tom yum prawn and more.

[Wong Kee] Trio colour prawn dumplings @ S$18 per box

We love the Trio Colour Prawn Dumplings which made from egg, spinach and tomato flavoured skin wrapper that are filled with mixture of minced meat, black fungus, water chestnut, turnip and prawns. On a plus point the dumpling fillings are well-seasoned and its colourful outlook and taste  make it a good choice for steamboat ingredients too. Or alternatively you can steam or boil it then serve as appetizer together with their sambal chilli.

[Wong Kee] Wanton @ S$10 per box

[Wong Kee] Egg Noodles S$2.80 (3 pac)
Some of you might know I also made my own noodles (from noodle maker) using vegetable juice but I still cannot resists trying these colourful egg noodles which are specialty of Wong Kee. According to their Facebook description these noodles are made using "real blended juice" (spinach & tomato) with minimum amount of alkaline water and No Preservatives added.


HOMEMADE WANTON NOODLE


[Wong Kee] Homemade Wanton Noodle
Made a quick version of wanton noodle using the egg noodles and wantons that I have in the freezer. Since I have no green vegetable to pair with the noodles, I add a fried egg, some chopped spring onion and fried shallot as garnishing. To start with I usually get ready the seasoning sauce while cooking the wantons as well as a drainer to rinse and refresh the cooked noodle with tap water.

Indeed the egg noodle taste springy and good just like those sold from Hong Kong noodle restaurant. And most importantly this noodle does not have any alkaline smell and aftertaste which I hate.

(Yield: 1 | Preparation: 5 minutes | Cooking: 10 minutes)

Ingredients:
1 portion of fresh egg noodle
5 wantons
Few slices of BBQ pork (char siew)
Some blanched green vegetables

Seasoning Sauce:
1/2 tablespoon of Wong Kee Sambal Chilli
1 tablespoon tomato sauce
1 teaspoon cooking wine
1 teaspoon light soy sauce
1/2 teaspoon sweet dark soy sauce
1 teaspoon shallot oil
2 tablespoons hot water

Method:
1. Mix all the seasoning ingredients together and set aside.

2. Bring a pot of water (drizzle some oil in it) to boil and add in wanton. On medium low heat cook wantons till they float up. Remove and set aside.

3. Next add noodle and cook for 1 minute, rinse with tap water and cook for another 30 seconds. Remove and toss together with prepared seasoning sauce.

4. To serve with wantons, blanched vegetables and BBQ pork. But since this is an impromptu lunch I just serve it with whatever ingredients I can find in the fridge.

A short video demo on preparing the wanton noodle.

* Disclosure: All opinions expressed in this post are my own and there is no monetary compensation received except the "double prosperity" bundle courtesy of Wong Kee Noodle.

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