Wonton Soup

This soup is excellent but next time I will only make enough to eat in one sitting because the wontons got a bit soft when reheated.  Actually, I think I would make the wontons from scratch because I bet they would hold up better.
 I used chicken stock I made the day before but you can just use boxed stock if you wish.  I seasoned mine with some bouillon cubes.  Add some grated fresh ginger, some sliced mushrooms, sliced cabbage, shredded carrots and sliced green onions.

 I also added some thinly sliced celery.  Add 1 T. soy sauce, 1 tsp. fish sauce and 3 T. sesame oil.

 Add noodles of your choice.  I bought frozen yellow noodles at my Asian market.

 I also added 1 tsp. of hot chili oil but you can leave it out of you don't like it to be spicy.  I added frozen wontons which I was not thrilled with.  I mean, they were okay but homemade would be so much better.


Another good soup for another freezing cold day.

Comments

Sounds delicious!
Unusually warm here and I love it :-) But still cold enough for soup :-)

Have a great day!
Christer.
I Love Wonton Soup and yours looks especially delicious!
sandra hagan said…
This looks like a delicious healing soup!
Sunnybrook Farm said…
I could eat a big bowl of that, no problem with leftovers. You just made me hungry for soup, dang.
I suppose you could always remove the wontons from the soup, store it and then put them back when next eating it. Perhaps that might keep them in better shape?
Camille said…
Yum! I sometimes like to slowly swirl a raw egg into the hot broth right at the very end before eating. You're so right about the frozen wonton situation - but sometimes it's just so much easier to use the ready made. Well, you've inspired me...just guess what I'll be making for lunch tomorrow!
Jim said…
Perfect for this time of year! Looks delicious!
Guillaume said…
I love wonton soup.
Jan said…
oh my this sounds delicious. I just learned to make wontons so I will have to try this with them. I love all your recipes.
Jan
TARYTERRE said…
I think the addition of the hot chili oil would make this exceptional. Looks like a nice hearty soup.
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Kay said…
Oh my gracious! Is there anything you cannot cook? This is absolutely fabulous looking. I'm feeling so hungry.
John'aLee said…
Oh my! I am going to have to try this one too! Your Italian Bread recipe sounds just like what that kind of bread is supposed to taste like too!
John'aLee said…
Oh my! I am going to have to try this one too! Your Italian Bread recipe sounds just like what that kind of bread is supposed to taste like too!
luckybunny said…
This looks, so, so, good. It's all I'll be thinking about for the rest of the night!