Simple Wonton Noodles
You will not believe how I made these Wonton Noodles! This idea came to me and I had to try it. I have never seen where anyone has done this before but I’m sure somebody has. It’s like having fresh pasta in your soup only they are simple to make. Have you ever made them this way before? I’m sure I’m not the first.
First I made my Turkey Vegetable Broth for soup (Link below).
After I had strained the turkey broth, I made the noodles.
Here is the way I made the noodles.
I bought Wonton Wrappers, used
a sharp knife and cut them into
noodle shapes. That’s it! It is just like
fresh pasta without any of the work.
After straining the broth, I
brought the broth back to
a boil over medium heat.
Then I dropped the wonton
Noodles into the hot broth.
Once the noodles were cooked to my liking
(they don’t take long at all)
I added the strained turkey and vegetables
in with them cooking just until hot.
Stir to combine.
I’m never ready for the full-on hunger pangs that your posts tend to induce in me 😔😔
Hahaha thank you!
Don’t you just love it when you have a creative burst of inspiration!!!
Yes especially when it actually works! Hahahaha
Perfect for winter time ! 🙂 Merci dear Diane – amitiés
Thank you! Merci!
Looks warm and hearty!
This is really a good tip. I’ve made noodles this way, and I’ve also used them for quick ravioli, just roll them out to make them a bit thinner.
Perfect to use for ravioli too! Great tip thanks! It’s nice to put them in the freezer and then you can make them whenever you need them. I knew I wasn’t the first one to do this…hahaha
Great idea! I was looking for noodles to add to my Asian veggie soup. Thank you so much!
Oh they would be perfect for that and you’re welcome!
Wow! How cool is that! I love it!
Thanks Robin! Another blogger said they use them for ravioli too!
Well, that’s a brilliant idea, too! Years ago a friend’s husband would make homemade crab ragoons with them…that’s the only reason I knew what they were. LOL
Oh yes I do that one! One of my favorites!
Great idea! I’m going to have to run out and get me a package! TFS!
You can even keep the unopened pack in the freezer so it’s there whenever you want it! You’re so welcome!
Wonderful winter soup!
This looks delicious!
Thank you soup is always a welcome dish!
Yum! I’m bookmarking this
Yum! I wish you were my neighbor, I would be very nice to you just to come over and sample all your wonderful cooking (I’d probably have to make you a quilt after all that sampling – ha!) 🙂
Sounds like you may have to start a new neighborhood for all of the people who want to be your neighbor! 😀