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Broth for Won-Ton soup

This recipe makes 8 servings

216 calories per serving

In a busy Chinatown alleyway, the bewitching aromas of won ton soup wafted through the air, attracting hungry passers-by. The steaming broth in the large cauldrons crackled gently, scenting the nostrils of onlookers and regulars alike. Steaming bowls filled with delightful little packages of won ton floated in this sea of golden liquid, waiting to be tasted with delight. The cheerful sounds of customers mingled with the hum of city life, creating a delightful symphony in this temple of Chinese cuisine. Each spoonful of soup brought an explosion of flavor, comforting the soul and warming the heart, in a world where time seemed suspended by the magic of a simple bowl of soup.

There are many different recipes for wonton, but we've taken a different approach, focusing on wonton broth. Our creation will evolve over time, but here's our current version of the broth, which has been a great success so far.


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Won-ton broth

To make Wontons

  • 250g ground pork
  • 1 cup finely chopped peeled shrimp (optional)
  • 2 green onions, thinly sliced
  • 1 tablespoon fresh ginger, grated
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon sesame oil
  • 1 packet wonton leaves (available in Asian grocery stores)


Won-Ton broth

      Step 1 In a saucepan, pour in the chicken stock, sesame oil, parsley and soy sauce.

      Step 2 Cut the carrots and green onions into thin slices and add them to the broth.

      Step 3 Let simmer for about 30 minutes, then add your Won-Ton.

To make Wontons

  1. In a large bowl, combine the ground pork, shrimp, scallions, ginger, garlic, soy sauce and sesame oil. Make sure the stuffing is well blended.
  2. Place a small amount of filling in the center of each wonton leaf.
  3. Moisten the edges of the sheet with water and fold in half to form a triangle or rectangle, pressing well to seal the edges.
  4. Repeat the process until all the stuffing has been used.
  5. To cook wontons, you can fry them, steam them or poach them in boiling water for 3-5 minutes until they're cooked through.

In conclusion,

this won ton soup stock offers a symphony of delicate flavors that will delight your taste buds and comfort your soul. With its rich, flavorful base, every bite of this delicious Chinese dish will transport you to a world of culinary delights. Whether warming up a cold winter's day or brightening up an evening with friends, this won ton soup broth recipe will always fill you with happiness.

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