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Spicy Wonton Soup
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16 INGREDIENTS • 7 STEPS • 50MINS

Spicy Wonton Soup

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Wonton is one the many favorite Chinese snacks, especially in the southern part of China. Generally, there are two types of wonton soups. One is clear or mild and the other one is a soup with red chilli oil. The latter one is more popular in Sichuan cuisine.
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China Sichuan Food
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Wonton is one the many favorite Chinese snacks, especially in the southern part of China. Generally, there are two types of wonton soups. One is clear or mild and the other one is a soup with red chilli oil. The latter one is more popular in Sichuan cuisine.
50MINS
Total Time
$6.20
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
2
us / metric
Wonton Wrappers
8 oz
Wonton Wrappers
Lettuce
1 bunch
Lettuce
or Bok Choy Leaves
Scallion
2 Tbsp
Scallions, finely chopped
Fresh Ginger
2 tsp
Fresh Ginger, grated
Egg
1
Shrimp
1/2 cup
Shrimp, chopped
Sesame Oil
4 tsp
Sesame Oil
Soy Sauce
1 Tbsp
Chili Oil
1 tsp
Garlic
1 tsp
Garlic, crushed
Salt
to taste
Scallion
to taste
Scallions, chopped
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
875
Fat
41.8 g
Protein
48.4 g
Carbs
76.9 g
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step 1
To make the filling, combine the Ground Pork (1 cup), Scallions (2 Tbsp), Fresh Ginger (2 tsp), Egg (1), Shrimp (1/2 cup), Ground Black Pepper (as needed), Sesame Oil (2 tsp), Oyster Sauce (1 Tbsp), and Salt (to taste).
step 1 To make the filling, combine the Ground Pork (1 cup), Scallions (2 Tbsp), Fresh Ginger (2 tsp), Egg (1), Shrimp (1/2 cup), Ground Black Pepper (as needed), Sesame Oil (2 tsp), Oyster Sauce (1 Tbsp), and Salt (to taste).
step 2
Once you've combined all the the above ingredients together, stir your meat filling in one direction until the filling becomes sticky.
step 3
To assemble the wontons, place the Wonton Wrappers (8 oz) one at a time in the center of your left hand. Spoon about 1 teaspoon of meat stuffing onto the center of the wrapper. Moisten the edges of the wrappers with water.
step 4
Fold one corner of the wrapper over the opposite corner to make a triangle. Hold the wrapper with both hands, curl the corner on the right hand in first, then curl the corner on the left hand to seal with another corner. Press them firmly to make sure they stick.
step 4 Fold one corner of the wrapper over the opposite corner to make a triangle. Hold the wrapper with both hands, curl the corner on the right hand in first, then curl the corner on the left hand to seal with another corner. Press them firmly to make sure they stick.
step 5
In a serving bowl, mix Sesame Oil (1 Tbsp), Soy Sauce (1 Tbsp), Chili Oil (1 tsp), Black Vinegar (1 tsp), Garlic (1 tsp), Scallions (to taste), and Salt (to taste). Set aside.
step 5 In a serving bowl, mix Sesame Oil (1 Tbsp), Soy Sauce (1 Tbsp), Chili Oil (1 tsp), Black Vinegar (1 tsp), Garlic (1 tsp), Scallions (to taste), and Salt (to taste). Set aside.
step 6
Boil water in a wok. Slowly put the wontons in to cook for about 5 minutes. Add Lettuce (1 bunch) in the last 1 minute.
step 7
Scoop around 1/2 bowl of the bowling water into the serving bowl (or you can use stock). Then place wontons in too. Serve hot.
step 7 Scoop around 1/2 bowl of the bowling water into the serving bowl (or you can use stock). Then place wontons in too. Serve hot.
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Dairy-Free
Budget-Friendly
Comfort Food
Lunch
Snack
Dinner
Chinese
Pork
Soup
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