Sui Kow Noodle Soup
An iconic Hong Kong dish sui kow noodle soup! This is the bigger cousin of the famous wontons. Five frozen handmade sui kow using OmniPork, prauns, shiitake mushrooms and bamboo shoots. The meal serves one and comes with:
- 5 handmade sui kow
- Broth with Chinese Cabbage
- Noodles to be cooked at home
Ingredients and Allergens: Wheat flour (Gluten), OmniPork (Water, Protein Blend (Soy Protein Concentrate, Soy Protein Isolate, Shiitake Fermented Pea & Rice Protein), Thickeners (Methylcellulose, Maltodextrin), Yeast Extract, Potato Starch, Cane Sugar, Salt, Natural Flavour (Contains Canola and Sunflower Oil), Barley Malt Extract, Colour (Beet Red), Dextrose, shiitake mushrooms, bamboo shoots, sesame oil, vegetable broth (soy beans, onion, sweetcorn, carrots, Chinese cabbage, salt, flavour enhancer [E621] [E635].
Chilli oil - Ingredient and Allergens: Vegetable Oil, Dried Chillies, Chilli Powder, Sesame Oil, Sichuan Peppercorns, Fried Shallots, Spices, Sesame Seeds, Garlic Granules, Chinese Black Vinegar, Mushroom Bouillon [E621] [E635], Soy, Salt
If your order contains items from the Chilled Meals category, the entire order will be dispatched together according to the Chilled Meals schedule.
Orders made for chilled meals by 8pm on Sunday should arrive the same week on Thursday or Friday. Any orders made after 8pm on Sunday will be dispatched the following week. Chilled meals are dispatched once a week on an overnight delivery service and our insulated packaging will remain cool for up to 48 hours.
Dumplings: Keep Frozen.
Broth:Keep refrigerated 0 to 5 deg C. Do not exceed Use By Date. Dish will have a shelf life of 2 days from date of delivery. Suitable for home freezing: Freeze on the day of delivery, defrost thoroughly in the refrigerator overnight before re-heating.
Hob – Cook the sui kows and noodles separately.
Noodles - Bring a pot of water to boil and cook noodles for 2-3 mins, drain and rinse under cold water.
Sui Kows - Cook from frozen. Bring a pot of water to boil, then add the sui kow and bring water to boil and turn the heat down a little to a gentle rolling boil and cook the sui kow for 6-8 mins. Don't worry of sui kows are stuck together, they will easily separate once added to boiling water. Stir occasionally and gently.
Broth - Transfer the broth to a pan and bring to a boil. Add the cooked noodles and dumplings the boiling broth and serve.