My Quick Mi Goreng Wonton Noodles Recipe

This is my quick Mi Goreng wonton noodles recipe that I have made since my university days. This doesn’t take long to make, so long as you have all the ingredients on hand it takes less than 20 mins. If you want you can actually create ready to go frozen packages of all the fresh ingredients. You can change up the ingredients

Mi Goreng Wonton Noodles Recipe

This recipe calls for some easy to buy store-bought add-ons including frozen wontons (meat or vegetarian) as well as some fresh vegetables to spice it up a bit. I’ve made this recipe with all kinds of meats and veggies including tofu.

Ingredients

  • 1 packet mi Goreng
  • 400 ml of warm water
  • 3 grams garlic
  • 3 grams shallot/red onion
  • a handful of green vegetables (bok choy or other works here)
  • 5ml of cooking oil
  • 3-5 frozen wontons
  • 2-4 frozen prawns
  • 1 Devil egg

Equipment

  • Pot and stove
  • Big noodle bowl
  • Cover for noodle bowl (I used a side plate)
  • Spoon to stir stuff
  • Ladle

Directions

  1. Heat the oil on the pot
  2. Add the red onions and fry off for one minute
  3. Add the flavour packages from the Mi Goreng and stir
  4. Drop the empty oil packages into the warm water and stir to get the last bits into the water
  5. Add the water to the pot and bring to a slow simmer
  6. Add the green vegetables and stir
  7. Bring to a slow boil and add the Wontons and prawns
  8. Boil for 3-4 minutes then remove it from the heat.
  9. In the noodle bowl add the dry noodles and the devil egg
  10. Ladle the water and ingredients into the bowl over the noodles
  11. Cover the noodle bowl for 3 minutes or till the noodles are to your desired softness

Notes

To make a vegan or vegetarian version, add your favourite veggie protein source. I’ve used hard tofu, silken tofu. You can pre-make and freeze the other ingredients so you can just throw them all into the pot when you need to. This will speed things up. To double the recipe, just double the ingredients.

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