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Wonton Noodles

I have to give all the credit to this recipe to my wonderful aunt. I was extremely lucky to have the chance to live with my Aunt Lynda and her two beautiful kids, Jamie and Josh, for four years while I was going to school and working in Ottawa. Throughout those years, I learned that my aunt’s won ton were a freezer staple. Jamie and I always knew we hit gold when Lynda would tell us she was having the girls over to roll wontons.

I’ve been waiting for my aunt to have one of her friend gatherings so I could learn how to make these, but finally just asked her for the recipe. I’m so glad I did! She explained to me that it was equal parts, ground beef, ground pork and ground turkey with soy sauce and green onion. Simple enough, right? Yes! It was actually just that simple!

It was a bit of an adventure for me the first time I tried to find the wonton wrappers. First, I tried trying the grocery store I was unsuccessful. I thought I had seen an oriental grocery store near my place so I decided to check there. It was way closer than I thought it was, everything was reasonably priced (some stuff even cheaper).

There was so much food in that store that inspired me to want to know more. I started searching recipes and reading about different oils and sauces that are cooked with and these sweet and spicy flavors. It made me excited to want to try these things I was reading about. I’ve always wanted to learn how to roll sushi, but I never really thought of trying to make my own oriental style meals. Stay tuned for more on that! Hopefully, I’ll have more oriental recipes to share soon!

I did change up my aunts’ recipe a little bit. I used turkey instead of beef, to make it a little bit leaner.  My aunt would always make a whole bunch of these and then package them in the freezer as meals. Due to lack of space in my freezer, I wasn’t able to freeze mine before bagging them so they got a little bit swished together, but they separate again when they are being cooked.


  • 1 1/2 lbs ground turkey
  • 1 1/2 lbs ground chicken
  • 1 1/2 lbs ground pork
  • Soy sauce (Added to taste. I personally used about a 1 1/2 – 2 tbsp.)
  • 4 green onions
  • 3 packs of Wonton wrappers


Make sure wonton wrappers are thawed. I had to microwave my first batch for 10 seconds at a time and slowly peeled top and bottom layers back. I had just picked mine up and I wanted to get started right away but I would recommend letting them thaw overnight if you have them. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl.

I made myself a little workstation on my kitchen table. I had a piece of wax paper, water, the bowl of meat, the wonton wrappers and a try to place the finished product. I would set up 3 rows of 4 wrappers, place 1/2 tbsp. of meat (depending on the size of the wrappers you bought) wet two of the sides of the wonton with water and fold the wonton into a triangle, then wet the longer sides and fold them up. There are different ways of wrapping the wontons, but make sure they are well sealed so the meat doesn’t come out when you cook them. I repeated this till I got through all the meat I had.

Once your wontons are all together you can freeze them in batches or bag them right away if you don’t have the freezer space. For individual meals or appetizer for two people, I bagged them in packages of 8 and for two people meal, I bagged them in packages of 16. My wonton yield was 175 wontons. I spent $22.00 coming out to .13 cents a wonton, and 21 individual meals.

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