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25 Minute Wonton Soup with Sesame Chili Oil…better than the takeout version…quicker, and healthier too! Classic Chinese inspired wonton soup is made easily at home with store-bought wontons simmered in a warming soy sauce based broth. Add fresh flavor with ginger and garlic. Add color with charred baby bok choy. I like to finish each bowl off with an addicting toasted sesame chili oil spooned over top. Perfect for cold nights when you’re craving a wonton soup, but don’t want to leave home.

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I hate to talk about the weather…but I’m going to talk about the weather…for just a second. Because it’s one of the reasons this recipe came to be. It’s been COLD here, I’m talking well below zero at night. Clear sunny skies during the day, bring cold, bone-chilling, temperatures at night.

The only thing I’ve been wanting to make is soup. I’ve had wonton soup on my “to make” recipe list now for months. Asher spurred on the idea with her newfound obsession over wonton soup, but I just hadn’t gotten around to making it until now.

To be honest, I’m not sure I’ve ever had wonton soup from takeout before. Well, maybe when I was a kid from this spot that we used to go to in Rocky River. But I don’t really remember wonton soup ever being a part of my diet. So to be fair, I can’t really say this is better than takeout. But I can say it’s really darn delicious and the easiest to put together.

prep photo of bok choy

A few months ago, Asher asked me if I could make wonton soup. When she asked, I was shocked she even knew what wonton soup was, and even more shocked that she had enjoyed a bowl. As far as kids go, Asher is what I would call an OK eater. She can be very, very picky, but if she’s in the right mood, I can get her to try new things…especially if there is a chocolate chip cookie in her future.

I will say that she’s not afraid of a vegetable, she actually really enjoys them, so that’s great! Maybe she’s more than an OK eater then, huh? When it comes to anything spicy, she usually will not try it. But the girl loves soup and she loves anything salty, so I guess it makes sense that she’d love wonton soup.

I made this one with her in mind, which is a first for an HBH recipe. I left the chili oil for serving so that everyone can use it to their taste.

The verdict? DELICIOUS.

I served this the other night for my mom’s birthday (along with cake…of course) and both Asher and mom enjoyed not one, but two bowls. Even my dad enjoyed a bowl, and he’s not one to love soup.

‘Twas a hit with the whole fam.

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Here are the details, this one is quick.

All in all, most wonton soups are very simple and basic. The broth and wontons are the star, but I made the vegetables a little extra special too.

For the wontons, I recommend using store-bought to keep things quick and easy. Both Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s have a really nice selection, especially if you live in a larger city. I try to always keep frozen wontons in the freezer for quick and easy dinners. Every time I run out, they get added to my grocery list. We cook them up a lot. They’re great for busy nights when you just don’t feel like cooking.

Of course, if you’re feeling like making wonton soup completely from scratch, make a batch of either these ginger chicken dumplings, or a batch of these mushroom dumplings. They’re my favorite and easier than you’d think to make! You just need an extra half hour.

Once you have your wonton situation figured out, start in on the soup.

The one thing I like to do, that isn’t traditional, is to char my vegetables before adding in any broth. Most wonton soup recipes just toss everything right into the broth, but I think it adds so much more flavor to give things a little char first, especially the bok coy. It takes on a whole new flavor that’s so delicious. The char adds so much, so don’t skip this step.

Then everything else goes into the pot. I use lots of fresh ginger, garlic, and shallots, toss in some mushrooms, and then added the broth. To keep things easy I boiled the wontons right in the soup, then seasoned it with soy sauce and rice vinegar.

If you don’t plan on eating the soup all at once, I would boil the wontons separately to ensure they don’t get too soggy while sitting in the soup’s broth.

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Now the toppings…

This soup is traditionally topped pretty simply with green onions. Sometimes chili oil and shrimp paste are used in the street style versions.

For my wonton soup, I did lots of green onions, homemade chili oil, and toasted sesame seeds.

I love a little chili oil on top of Asian inspired recipes. I’m always mixing them up and creating new combinations, but I think this chili oil will become a new go-to. The one secret ingredient? A splash of balsamic vinegar adds just the right amount of tanginess that balances the spice so well.

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So my suggestion? Take some time this week or this weekend to make some homemade wonton soup. It’s so much easier (just 30 minutes) than you’d think, and healthier too. You could even add additional veggies like broccoli to bulk things up a bit!

The perfect January night at home with the family.

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Lastly, if you make this 25 Minute Wonton Soup with Sesame Chili Oil, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! Above all, I love to hear from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of recipes you all have made is my favorite!

25 Minute Wonton Soup with Sesame Chili Oil

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings: 4
Calories Per Serving: 502 kcal

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Ingredients

Instructions

  • 1. Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a large Dutch oven over medium-high heat. Add the bok choy and cook 3-4 minutes until charred on the edges. Transfer to a plate.
    2. To the same Dutch oven, add 1 tablespoon oil, the mushrooms, shallots, garlic, and ginger. Cook 3-5 minutes, until fragrant. Stir in the broth and bring to a boil over high heat. Add the wontons and cook until they float, 2-3 minutes. Stir in the bok choy, soy sauce, and rice vinegar. Remove from the heat.
    3. To make the chili oil: combine everything in a small bowl.
    4. Divide the bok choy between bowls, then ladle the soup over. Top each bowl with green onions. Serve the chili oil on the side.

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    1. Hey Kathleen,
      You can really use any veggies that you enjoy. I hope you love the dish, please let me know if you give it a try! xTieghan

  1. 5 stars
    Can I give this ten stars?! Holy moly… results beyond expectations! This is my first HBH recipe and I can’t wait to try more. I just wish I found you sooner. Easy, fast and delicious- this will be a family staple. (I used the TJ’s frozen potstickers, but will try your homemade ones next time).

  2. This recipe was amazing!! So easy and quick to make. I used Trader Joe’s frozen veggie potstickers and cut them in half (they’re pretty large). Some of the contents of the potstickers ended up spilling out into the soup but it made it that much more delicious. I placed the potstickers in the broth while frozen and just cooked until they floated like the recipe says. Love it!!

    1. Hey Olivia,
      I am thrilled this recipe was enjoyed, thanks a lot for making it! Happy Sunday! xTieghan

  3. 5 stars
    Amazing! Made it tonight and it was perfect on this cold, dreary Colorado day. Thanks for the great recipes!!!

    1. Hey Laura,
      Thanks so much for making this recipe, it makes me so happy that it was enjoyed. Happy Friday! xTieghan

  4. 5 stars
    So delicious and SO easy!! I used the frozen mini wontons and halved the recipe for just me! Making the Chili oil is a must, almost skipped it, but it takes the recipe to the next level!

    1. Hey Marielle,
      Thanks so much for giving the recipe a try, I am so glad it was enjoyed! Have a great week:) xTieghan

  5. 3 stars
    Love your recipes but this ones just seemed to be missing that something special flavor wise that you always bring. I wish I could pinpoint it to be more helpful but the broth was a bit bland and the dipping sauce was almost too sesamey? I could also try doing homemade dumplings next time as the store bought ones I purchased were not very good. Have to reiterate though how much I love your cooking!

    1. Hey Christine,
      Thanks for giving the recipe a try, sorry you did not enjoy it. Let me know if I can help in anyway! xTieghan

  6. 5 stars
    I got the frozen wontons (Bibigo chicken and vegetable) the other day, but hadn’t gotten any of the fresh veggies yet because my work schedule has been so hectic that I couldn’t be sure of using them up right away. Last night ended up being another late, crazy night, and this soup was the only thing that sounded even remotely good, so I went for it.
    Your broth is to die for! Even without the bok choy and mushrooms, this was amazing! I have leftovers for lunch today, and I cannot wait! The fam has agreed this needs to become a staple!

  7. Wow! I am incredibly happy I had the time to try this out. Made the sesame chicken dumplings and then this soup. I loved the idea of the panko garlic from the chicken dumpling recipe so I added that. The chili oil is a great addition. The broth is flavorful. I cannot recommend this recipe enough combined with the sesame chicken dumplings. My husband and I spent the entire dinner saying wow and yum.

  8. 4 stars
    This was great! My whole family really enjoyed it. I thought the broth needed a little more flavor so I added about 1 cup of chicken broth and some salt. All around a delicious meal and one I will be making again!

  9. 5 stars
    Another delicious HBH dinner! So comforting for a damp and dreary night. Bought mini wontons at Costco, and they worked perfectly. This will definitely be on my repeat list😋

  10. 5 stars
    I’m not in the habit of commenting on recipes but this was sooo good I have to. This was soup awesome! This is a recipe I have added to our favorites. Thanks 😋

  11. this recipe was SO simple and easy! The broth was light and so flavorful. i wanted to make homemade dumplings so I followed the ginger chicken dumplings recipe and they were perfect! Definitely a more time consuming task, but worth it. next time I’ll try with frozen dumplings and I’m sure it will be equally as delicious.

    1. Hey Sarah,
      I am so glad this recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for giving it a try! Have the best week. xTieghan

  12. 4 stars
    Delicious! I boiled the gyozas in a separate pot. And added them to Broth as needed! Which I’d recommend and I might even fry them first to get a crispy shell so they don’t fall apart in soup. Big squirt of sirracha! Perfect on our snowy day!

    1. Hey Bee,
      I am so glad this recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for giving it a try! Have the best week. xTieghan

  13. 5 stars
    This was absolutely delicious and very easy to make (I used veggie broth and frozen pork wontons)! Going on the make again list for sure! I made half a recipe of the chili sauce and it was plenty for the 4 bowls that we ate.

    1. Hey Bethany,
      I am so glad this recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for giving it a try! Have the best week. xTieghan

  14. 5 stars
    Another amazing HBH recipe! DELICIOUS and quick to prepare. I used kale and edamame instead of mushrooms and bok choy (not a fan of either) and it worked really well. I mixed in the remaining chili oil with the leftovers and found that it tasted even better the next day! Thank you for all your incredible, creative recipes, Teaghan!

    1. Hey Courtney,
      I am so glad this recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for giving it a try! Have the best week. xTieghan

  15. 5 stars
    Sooooo flipping tasty! My whole family enjoyed the soup and it was so easy to put together for a last minute meal. I will totally be making this again!

  16. Could I add noodles to this to make this more of a meal? Also, if I don’t have rice vinegar, is there another substitute I can use?

    1. Hey Risha,
      Sure, you could totally add noodles. I would use white wine vinegar in place of the rice vinegar. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  17. I bought frozen dumplings from Costco and it says steam only on the box, in a microwave……well we don’t own a microwave hahahaha so do you think I could just pop them in the soup?! The box mentions no baking or frying them so just want your opinion on it because I would love to try this soup!

    1. Hey Stefanie,
      Yes, you can just pop them into the broth and just let them cook in the soup. I hope you love the recipe. Please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  18. 5 stars
    LOVE this soup! I used Trader Joe’s mini Chicken Cilantro Wonton’s and subbed Kale, my hubby doesn’t like Bok Choy. I also added honey to the chili sauce! Thanks for such a hit!

  19. 5 stars
    I have never made wonton soup before & never really thought too but your recipe inspired me.
    It was a lot easier to make than I thought it would be.
    Great flavours! I will definitely make it again!

    Thanks for another great recipe!

    1. Hey Lori,
      I am thrilled that you enjoyed the recipe, thanks so much for trying it out. Have a great weekend! xTieghan

  20. 5 stars
    This recipe was delicious and sooo easy to make! I couldn’t find wantons, so replaced them with chicken dumplings. It worked, just as the recipe said! My husband is a picky eater and he gobbled it up. This is a definite repeat!

    1. Hey Stephanie,
      I am thrilled that you enjoyed the recipe, thanks so much for trying it out. Have a great weekend! xTieghan

  21. I combined this broth with the homemade chicken dumpling recipe you posted recently + added broccoli! It turned out soooo good!! Thanks for inspiring <3

  22. Omg, this is like a taste of heaven. Phenomenal taste and very easy.I’m obsessed with all your recipes and have been cooking a ton of them. Thank you thank you.

    1. Hey Jodi,
      I would just add the kale directly to the broth. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  23. 5 stars
    Lately I’ve been doing my meal planning off of your blog. All the 30 minutes or less recipes have saved my weeknight dinner regime. A couple nights ago the day got away from me and there was nothing planned or prepped for when work was done (3 kids starving and cranky) so I tossed this together. I was out of mushrooms but added some sliced radishes and thinly sliced broccoli.
    LAWD IN HEAVEN!!
    It was soooo good and soooo simple.
    Thank you for being my go to meal planning source for tasty meals <3

    1. Hey Kari,
      Thanks so much for your kind message! I am so glad this recipe was enjoyed, thanks for giving it a try! xTieghan

  24. 5 stars
    Loved this! And so easy. We made the mushroom dumplings to go with it- never had luck in the past with wonton wrappers but these were excellent!

    Thanks for the great recipes,
    J

  25. 4 stars
    Made this last night, it was a hit! Even my 2 and 5 year old enjoyed!!! I used your sesame chicken dumpling recipe in it, LOVED it!!!

  26. Excited to make this. I think I’ll use Kale as you mentioned instead of the bok choy. Do you recommend sautéing that first to??

    1. Hey Jodi,
      If you use kale, you can just add that directly into the broth. I hope you enjoy the recipe. Let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  27. 5 stars
    This was amazing! I made with the Sesame Chicken Dumplings and both the dumplings and soup were delicious. Crazy how much flavor goes into the broth in 25 minutes. I added rice noodles to the soup for leftovers the next day, which was also delicious.

    1. Hey Michelle,
      Thanks so much for trying out this recipe, I am thrilled that you liked it! I hope you have a great week:) xTieghan

  28. 5 stars
    Made this with my own homemade wonton recipe – absolutely delicious! Only shortcut was using a small amount of sambal olek instead of making my own chili oil. Will definitely make this again!

    1. Hey Becca,
      Thanks so much for trying out this recipe, I am thrilled that you liked it! I hope you have a great week:) xTieghan

  29. Oh my gosh, Tieghan! I just made this tonight for my family and used the Sesame Chicken Dumplings recipe. It is SO good! Thank you so much for your wonderful recipes ❤️

    1. Hey Krista,
      Thanks so much for trying out this recipe, I am thrilled that you liked it! I hope you have a great week:) xTieghan

  30. 5 stars
    We made this tonight and it was delish! I couldn’t find the toasted sesame oil, so we used regular sesame oil in the chili oil, but my husband and I loved it! It will definitely be added to our rotation! ❤️

    1. Hey Erin,
      Thanks so much for trying out this recipe, I am thrilled that you liked it! I hope you have a great week:) xTieghan

  31. 4 stars
    Overall, we enjoyed it! I made homemade wontons and they fell apart a little. 😂 flavors were great!

    1. Hey Michelle,
      Thanks so much for trying out this recipe, I am thrilled that you liked it! I hope you have a great week:) xTieghan

  32. 5 stars
    This soup was INCREDIBLE! Hearty, light and extremely flavorful! Will never be ordering wonton soup from takeout again! Very quick and easy to make as well!

    1. Hey Meredith,
      Thanks so much for trying out this recipe, I am thrilled that you liked it! I hope you have a great week:) xTieghan

  33. 5 stars
    Love this recipe! I used TJ frozen pork dumplings and added a box of their ginger-miso broth in addition to chicken broth. The tip to char the bok choy (I also charred the mushrooms!) is fantastic and you can really play with the flavors by adding Sriracha, more or less sesame oil and I even threw in some soy sauce, too. Such an easy and quick lunch, thanks Teighan!

    1. Hey Kate,
      Thanks so much for giving the recipe a go, I am thrilled that it was enjoyed! Have a great week:) xTieghan

  34. HI! If I make the sesame chicken dumplings with this—I just want to clarify–I don’t cook the chicken or the dumplings before dropping them in the soup? Thanks so much!

    1. Hey Shelby,
      Yes, that is correct, the dumplings will fully cook in the soup. I hope you love the recipe. Let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  35. I.made the wonton soup and it was easy and wonderful!! Your directions are very easy to
    Follow.
    I also.made potato soup with smoked sasauge
    and kale . Very good as well.
    I just want to say Thank You for your easy to
    Follow recipes.

    1. Hey Candis,
      Thanks so much for giving the recipe a go, I am thrilled that it was enjoyed! Have a great week:) xTieghan

    1. Hi there! I have not tested it, but I am sure that would be fine. I would cook on high pressure for 8 minutes, then add the wontons and cook on the saute function for 3-5 minutes. Please let me know if you have any other questions. I hope you love this recipe! Thank you! xTieghan

  36. This was delicious. Not a fan of book chop so did thinly sliced carrots with home made chicken wontons….a keeper for sure

  37. 5 stars
    This was amazing! We always order Wor Wonton Soup from our favorite Asian restaurant, so I thought I would try your recipe. My husband, who doesn’t normally like soups went back for seconds! Plus, the sesame chili oil was the perfect way for us to customize how hot we wanted it. Thank you- I love your recipes and videos. ❤️

  38. 5 stars
    Delicious! I made this dish using your Chinese Mushroom Dumpling recipe, and it was great. Perfect on a cold winter’s night, and very filling. We loved the flavors, and your chili oil took it to another level. Thanks for a delicious and healthy recipe!

  39. 5 stars
    5/5 amazing. Sooooo soooo sooo good. I immediately want to make a second batch. Insanely delicious and easy. My only qualm is the chili oil needed a lot more soy sauce for my taste. But, this is definitely an instant menu staple for me.

    1. Hey Karen,
      I am so glad that the recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for making it! Have a great week:) xTieghan

  40. 5 stars
    This soup literally brought my husband and I back to life – we were so exhausted and ate this soup and we were revived! Used ground turkey instead of chicken for the dumplings and they were perfect.

    1. Hey Makena,
      I am so glad that the recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for making it! Have a great week:) xTieghan

    1. Hey Melissa,
      I am so glad that the recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for making it! Have a great week:) xTieghan

  41. 5 stars
    Delish soup!! Very flavourful!! We added broccolini, bean sprouts and corn. Also, used the potstickers from Costco. Can’t wait for leftovers!!

    1. Hey Tania,
      I am so glad that the recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for making it! Have a great week:) xTieghan

  42. 5 stars
    This recipe was great & simple to make! Next time I would make my own wontons and see how that tastes! Made a lot so now I have lunch for the week!

    1. Hey Kaitlyn,
      I am so glad that the recipe was enjoyed, thanks so much for making it! Have a great week:) xTieghan

    1. Hey Samantha,
      Nope you do not need to precook the wontons, you can add them right to the pot! I hope you love the recipe! xTieghan

  43. 5 stars
    This was so delicious! I made the Chinese Mushroom wontons instead of store bought. There were so many layers of flavors! My kids loved it too!

    1. Hey Blair,
      I am thrilled that you liked the recipe, thanks so much for giving it a go! Have an awesome week:) xTieghan

  44. 4 stars
    Wonton soup has been a family favourite but I’ve never made it before. I made homemade wontons (didn’t follow your exact recipe but used chicken with garlic, ginger, shallots, sesame oil, and salt & pepper). I was skeptical about the rice wine vinegar based on the smell after I added it, but it added such a nice tang. Super yummy. Next time I might add a little bit of fish sauce….

  45. 5 stars
    This is a great recipe! Also used the ginger pork (chicken wontons) recipe which makes A-LOT so I am very happy to have inventory in the freezer. Also substituted Chinese cooking wine for balsamic vinegar (husband not a fan of balsamic) and a mix of Sambal Oolek and Sriracha for red pepper flakes in the chili oil.. This soup is filling with all the veggies, the wontons are super tender and tasty, and a ton less sodium than takeout. Winner!

  46. 5 stars
    This was a winner and super easy and quick. We’re not huge fans of bok choy, so we may try a different green next time. Also, we added carrots and celery for additional flavor. The sesame/chili oil was very good, but you could opt out of that and use something like sriracha for heat. Thanks for a great recipe!

  47. 5 stars
    This is so delicious and was super easy to make! I added edamame for some extra protein. The chili oil was a fabulous touch at the end! Love all your recipes!

  48. 5 stars
    The FLAVOR! All of it was absolutely incredible. And I love that you pop the frozen wontons in there to cook without defrosting, so easy! Was super hearty and filling, too! I used kale because I had some on hand, and I’d recommend tearing it into spoon-sized pieces before cooking. Will definitely make again!

  49. 5 stars
    So delicious. And easy! My hubby said he might want it for his birthday dinner he loved it so much 😂😍 added tofu in addition to the wontons.

    1. Hey Angela,
      I am thrilled that you enjoyed the recipe, thanks for making it! I hope you have an awesome weekend:) xTieghan

    1. Hey Linda,
      I am thrilled that you enjoyed the recipe, thanks for making it! I hope you have an awesome weekend:) xTieghan

    1. Hey Sharoni,
      I am thrilled that you enjoyed the recipe, thanks for making it! I hope you have an awesome weekend:) xTieghan

  50. Can you post the wonton recipe too please? I will make this with pre/made frozen wontons, but I would like to try making mr own

  51. 5 stars
    I riffed off your recipe with TJs dumplings, didn’t have mushrooms, so did without and instead of bok choy tossed a handful of bean sprouts and topped with TJs chili onion crunch. Delish inspiration ❤️

  52. 5 stars
    Tieghan can do no wrong! As soon as she posted this recipe, I knew what I was making for dinner. I used her veggie potsticker recipe and they were so easy to make ahead of time so they were ready to go when making the soup. For the potstickers, I just purchased extra mushrooms and baby bok choy so it didn’t feel like I was purchasing a million ingredients. It’s a very nice and light soup for January!

    1. Hey Jules,
      Nope, you can just add them right into the soup, they will cook in the broth:) I hope you love the recipe. Happy Friday! xTieghan

  53. 5 stars
    What do you use when you make your own wonton? It looked like ground chicken? Also, do you add anything else to the meat mixture?

  54. 5 stars
    Delicious! First time making wonton soup and it was SO good. Used frozen wontons and turned out amazing. The fiance loved it too!

  55. I would say this is a healthier version than a restaurant because you know all the ingredients that is going into your soup. A lot of restaurants add a lot of flavoring like MSG or salt etc (which is to an extent not the healthiest). You could also choose to use organic vegetables, grass fed meat for your wontons and you can make your own broth rather than choosing a box version with preservatives. You don’t get that choice at a lot of restaurant. Thank you for this recipe! It looks like a perfect winter meal!

  56. That looks really yummy. Just making sure that the wontons aren’t stuffed with anything? They are just the skins? I love your recipes the flavors are incredible!

  57. How is this healthier than getting take out? You aren’t even making the dumplings so it is basically getting take out dumplings and putting them in broth. Just because you are doing that instead of a restaurant worker doesn’t make it healthier.

    1. Hey Gussie,
      Thanks so much for your feedback! I’m not sure if you read the blog post or not, but I actually made my own dumplings, and used fresh, whole ingredients for this recipe. I really hope you have a fantastic weekend!! xTieghan

  58. Hello, I enjoy your IG stories and your recipes so much! You are such an inspiration! I would love to make the homemade chicken wontons. Can you send me your recipe that you used.
    Thank you,
    Theresa

  59. Hello Thieghan, i cannot find any if frozen wontons in the UK, but I did find some wonton wrappers. What could I put inside? Thanks

  60. Looks delicious! Although, you forgot to note what you do with the veggies once their finished cooking. Do you stuff the wontons? Can’t wait to try this.

    1. Thanks Sara! All of the veggies are added into the broth, as stated in step 2. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  61. 5 stars
    Tieghan,

    Another wonderful recipe. Will make again. Bibigo organic frozen potstickers were an excellent pairing.

    Thank you
    Pete

    1. Hey Leah,
      You can add them directly to the broth:) I hope you love the recipe. Let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  62. Do you think this would freeze well after the won tons are added? Or would it be better to freeze the broth and added the won tons when you are you ready to eat again?

    1. Hey Alex,
      If you want to freeze I would freeze the soup and the uncooked wontons separately. I hope you love the recipe, please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

    1. Hey Michelle,
      Another veggie that you enjoy like spinach would work well here. I hope you enjoy the recipe. Let me know if I can help in any other way! xTieghan

  63. I’ve only had wonton soup a couple of times but really enjoyed it. I can’t wait to try this version. I’m sure a homemade wonton soup is even better than the ones I have tried. Looks pretty simple to make.

    1. Hey Karen,
      Yes, that would work just fine. I hope you love the recipe. Please let me know if you have any other questions! xTieghan

  64. 5 stars
    In the process of renovating my kitchen right now, but this will be the first thing I make when it’s done — I am salivating right now!

    Also, please make sure that chopsticks never stick out from the bowl — they should be laid across both rims of the bowl. It’s a Japanese thing — brings bad luck! (I lived in Japan for nearly 12 years, was married to a Japanese.)