What is Wonton Soup?
Wonton soup is probably one of the most popular Chinese recipe for soups. The mere mention of wonton soup and you will think of delicately wrapped dumplings in a soothing broth served at your favorite Chinese restaurants.
Wonton soup is a hearty and nourishing soup, so it’s no surprise that everyone loves it.
My Wonton Soup Recipe
The typical Chinese restaurant wonton soup is watered down, with wontons made of mostly the wonton wrapper with very little filling.
But my delicious and super easy Chinese wonton soup recipe is better, and you can make it in a jiffy.
While most Chinese restaurants serve wontons made of ground pork filling, my wonton soup recipe calls for shrimp wontons, so every bite is bursting with the briny, juicy, and sweetness of fresh shrimp. Plus everyone can enjoy this wonderful soup as it is not made of pork.
Please also take note that I used yellow chives in my wonton soup recipe, which is an authentic way of making wonton soup. If you can’t find yellow chives, feel free to use scallions and your wonton soup will still taste very good!
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