Tri-Eggs Spinach Noodles Soup

A quick and delicious Tri-Eggs spinach noodles soup this is ! Consisting of century egg, salted egg and egg and cooked with lots of spinach with your desired noodles, this soup sure packs a punch and will surely makes you hungrier than usual !

Time certainly flies, isn’t it. We are already down to the last quarter of the year ! Somehow the Covid situation just makes time past so much faster than usual and even if we are still unable to travel as of now, there’s always a reason to stay put and put your culinary skills to the test and whipped up some delicious homecooked liked this ! ~~

Notwithstanding that, this is a pretty simple dish to serve up and if you were to ask me if any of the 3 eggs are my best favourites, I would say all of them ! I loved century eggs with congee, salted egg yolks with fried chicken or prawns, and certainly the daily dose of egg for everyday cooking.

And here’s to sharing this yummy-licious noodles soup for a fast cooking meal anytime !

Tri-Eggs Spinach Noodles Soup

Recipe by Eat What TonightCourse: MainCuisine: ChineseDifficulty: Easy


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  • 150ml chicken stock⁣

  • 400-450ml water⁣

  • 1.5 tbsp light soya sauce⁣

  • Pinch of salt and pepper⁣

  • 1 century egg, diced⁣

  • 1 egg

  • 1 salted egg, diced (I used the egg yolk only)⁣

  • 75g minced meat⁣

  • 1 packet of spinach, pluck out only the leaves to cook⁣

  • Some meatballs (optional)⁣

  • Some wolfberries⁣

  • 1 serving of noodles⁣

  • 1/2 tbsp shaoxing wine⁣

  • For the Minced Meat Marinate (marinate for at least 30mins)
  • 1 tsp light soya sauce⁣

  • 1 tsp sesame oil⁣

  • 1 tsp corn flour⁣

  • Dash of pepper⁣


  • Add chicken stock and water to pot and cook till it boils.
  • Add light soya sauce, salt and pepper as seasoning. Adjust seasoning as desired.⁣
  • Add meatballs and minced meat. ⁣
  • In another pot, cook noodles with boiling water till done before running the noodles over some cold/tap water. Set aside in a bowl.⁣
  • Add the century egg and salted egg to soup. ⁣
  • Add spinach and wolfberries.
  • When all the spinach has wilthered, finish off with the shaoxing wine.
  • Then add the soup together with rest of the ingredients to the noodles, setting aside only a little soup in the pot to cook the egg.⁣
  • Swirl the remaining soup in the pot while adding the egg, allowing the egg white to cover the yolk entirely before removing from heat. ⁣
  • Top the egg onto the noodles and soup, served with some fried shallots and chillies as desired and enjoy !

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