Noodles

Wonton Food noodles come in a variety of Shapes, Sizes and Textures, available either Fresh, Frozen or “MAP” Packaging (Modified Atmosphere Packaging) for extended shelf life. Our Noodles are versatile and can be used in a variety of dishes. Whether it’s for lunch or dinner, Wonton Food noodles are the perfect main ingredient for any of your signature dishes.

Wonton Noodle

Made from the same dough as wonton skins, these noodles come in a variety of widths, and all work well in wonton noodle soup.

Shandong Noodle

Chinese wheat noodles from the Chinese province Shandong. Most traditionally used in noodle soups with sliced beef, egg and vegetables.

Wet Noodle

These noodles are made using flour and water. They are commonly used for soups and as well as being fried.

Hong Kong Chow Mein Noodle

These noodles are used in fried dishes where they are meant to retain a satisfying firmness or crunch. You can pan—or deep—fry these noodles without boiling them first. They're popular in stir-fried noodles dishes when a firm or crispy noodle texture is desired. They can also be deep fried into a "bed" of crunchy noodles for Cantonese dishes.

Udon

One of the thickest noodles you'll find in a market, prized by the Japanese for its big, chewy bite. Often the centerpiece for hot soups, brothy Asian "casseroles," or the base of a large bowl with toppings of meat and vegetable toppings with a light soy sauce.

Dried Noodle

Firm, slender flat noodles used in stir frying or soups. Their width helps sauce cling on, delivering plenty of flavors and a soft, rich texture with every bite. These are commonly used in dishes doused with sauce or quickly stir fried. The noodles are cooked to a springy, al dente firmness and commonly mixed with sauces.

Longevity Noodle

The popular noodle for birthdays. These noodles are, stretched, and twisted into long strands that signify prosperity and longevity. The round, moderately thick, long noodles are then fried. The longer the noodle the more auspicious the symbolism. 

Lo Mein Noodle

Authentic, soft noodles you can sink your teeth into. Heavy, robust sauces cling to the thick noodles, which are well-suited for most cooking methods of cooking. The noodles are round and long, over a foot in length. 

Steamed Lo Mein

Pre-prepared wok ready Lo Mein Noodles: Versatile in many recipes, they are commonly stir-fried with poultry, meat and/or vegetables combined with a simple sauce to create a perfect lo-mein dish.

Prepared Lo Mein

Fresh cooked noodles, Ready to serve. 2 minutes wok or skillet. 90 seconds microwave.

Ramen Noodle

Ramen Noodles are versatile. Ramen Noodles can be used easily as a main course or as an enhancing side dish.