How to Make Wonton Soup

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It’s pretty much summer (in the middle of April) in Southern California right now. According to my car’s thermometer, it was 98 degrees F. today. The weather feels fabulous… the shorts and flip flops are out, windows are open all night, and dips in the pool are a must. So it seems a bit ironic that I’m choosing to blog about soup today.  But since I paired it with a summery Asian Turkey Salad, it works well in any weather.

How to Make Won Ton Soup:
The prepared won tons are simmered in watered-down chicken broth.
Add a little flavor… scallions, rice vinegar, sesame oil and salt. It’s done!
If you have the patience to make the won tons, the rest of the recipe is a breeze. The simplest of soups sometimes have the best flavors and are the most satisfying. We loved this, and it paired well with a light Asian Turkey Salad (can do w/ chicken too) for dinner.

The Won Ton Soup recipe can be found HERE.

Lori Lange of Recipe Girl

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  • Peter wrote:

    Ta-Dahhhhh! A fave of mine and this soup would hit the spot 2day. Yesterday was a hot day – today we’re back to cook, wet weather. SOUP!!!!

  • Dragon wrote:

    Thank you for the demonstration. The soup look so good!

  • zestycook wrote:

    This was awesome!! I love the picture post Great Job 🙂

  • Irene wrote:

    Great recipe! I have some won ton wrappers in my freezer that are just waiting to be made into this delicious soup!

  • Laurie wrote:

    You make this look so simple! 🙂

  • Cate O’Malley wrote:

    I’m with you – I never make weather-appropriate food. Last week, it was Split Pea Soup. Next I’m trying this one – looks delicious!

  • Teanna wrote:

    OMG my boyfriend would LOVE it to be able to make wonton soup at home! It is his favorite! Thanks for sharing this recipe… and thanks for the tutorial… I have a hard time folding things without photos for some reason! I tried making rugelach once… disaster! haha!

  • Sues wrote:

    I’ve been wanting to try making wontons for a long time now. And this soup might be the perfect idea. It looks so pretty!!

  • Eliana wrote:

    Looks delicious. This is an awesome tutorial. Thanks!

  • Sandie wrote:

    Great photo tutorial on making won tons. For someone who has never made them at home (uh, that would be me)—this step by step was very insightful.

  • RobinSue wrote:

    This is such a great soup. Always elegant and delicious!

  • nina wrote:

    I have always looked past this recipe because I thought it was so difficult, but you are showing me just how easy it is.Thank you!!!1

  • southern hostess wrote:

    Yum! I love wonton soup! I can’t wait to try it homemade.

  • Jenn@slim-shoppin wrote:

    I can eat soup all year round too!

    I’m pretty jealous of your summer weather, it was 37 degrees and raining this morning on my way to work…I could have used that soup!

    This one will go in my recipe book for sure!

    Thanks for posting the recipe!

  • CookiePie wrote:

    That looks restaurant-perfect! I love the photo step by steps. Definitely a must-try!

  • Elyse wrote:

    Oh my goodness! Your wontons are just gorgeous. I’m a total wonton fan, and I can eat soup even when it’s hot out. Sooo glad you shared this recipe with us!

  • Maria wrote:

    The soup looks nice and light, perfect for Spring!! Great post!!

  • Anna wrote:

    I saw this recipe on your blog this morning and made it for dinner tonight. It was really fairly easy and turned out very delicious!

    • RecipeGirl wrote:

      Anna- I’m so pleased that you enjoyed! Thanks for letting me know of your success 🙂

  • The Duo Dishes wrote:

    So um your wontons are perfectly shaped. How long did it take to practice that?

    • RecipeGirl wrote:

      Duo- I’m a wonton first timer! Except that I did make the deep fried wontons once… same sort of method. It’s actually really easy to do!

  • Esi wrote:

    This is one of my favorite things to order. Love the step-by-step pics!