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Wah King Noodle Company, Inc. is a family owned and operated enterprise established in 1973. Started in Chicago, we expanded to the West Coast in the 1990′s. Our mission is to satisfy our restaurant and retail customers by producing the highest quality product using the finest ingredients available.
Our Asian noodles are made in the Old World Way using the finest ingredients available. Our secret recipes make our Number 3 and Number 4 noodles the best tasting, finest quality Chinese noodles on the market today. Our Fine, Square, Thin, and Medium bulk dry noodles for restaurants have been specially formulated using our secret blend of ingredients to stand up to boiling, overnight refrigeration, stir-frying, and the rigors of long hours on a steam table without breaking down or losing their taste and texture. Try some of our products and rediscover the pleasure and quality of millennia past.
Be sure and visit our Recipes page, and feel free to send us your own contribution. If we like it, we’ll add it to our site!
Also, you can visit the Food Network to see how Wah King Noodle starred in the TV show, “Calling All Cooks”.
Recipe of the Month
- (No. 3/No.4) Noodles
- Salt / pepper (to taste)
- Cooking oil
- Meat (of your choice)
- Cornstarch (with water)
- Boil a pot of water.
- When water boils, cook noodles about 6-8 minutes.
- Drain noodles from boiling water into a straining basket and quickly rinse noodles with cold water.
- Remove as much excess water as possible from noodles, while heating up cooking oil in a large pan. (If preferred, you may add enough cooking oil to the pan to deep-fry the noodles.)
- Once the oil starts to sizzle, carefully add noodles to pan. Watch over the noodles to ensure it does not stick to the pan. Fry the noodles until desired crispness is achieved, then carefully remove the noodles from the pan onto a plate. Then set aside the plated noodles.
- Place cooking oil into a pan/wok over a medium-low heat. Add water, then cornstarch.
- Then add meat and vegetables, meat 2-5 minutes prior to vegetables as it takes longer to cook meat than vegetables, over a medium to medium-high flame and continue to stir.
- Then add gravy, and salt/pepper to taste if desired.
After cooking, carefully pour toppings content over your noodles onto the plate. Enjoy!