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Thank you Lennie! A super recipe!! I used 8 ounces of frozen peas and 8 ounces of Asian style vegetables. I thought it was exceptional. When my wife came home and saw it she was ready to eat. She and I could have eaten the entire recipe ourselves in one sitting but she wanted to take some to work. Will make this again! Thank you for sharing!!
Lennie what a great neat, quick soup to fix and it is very good. I didn't use the packaged chinese veggies but cleaned out my veggie drawer (shredded carrot, chopped onion,, 1/2 zucchini, 6 green beans chopped, 4 asparagus, chopped, bit of seet green pepper, some bok choy, bean sprouts mushroom etc.) I cut back on the sesame oil a tad too. Took me just minutesand was enjoyed by both of us - I cut back the recipe to 4 servings. Friday I'll reheat the remains. Thanks Lennie
This was great lennie! I threw in two cans of vegetable broth and one of chicken since that's what I had on hand, and I used frozen spinach and mushroom ravioli. This will be a common meal around here--so quick and cheap, and not messy! Thanks!!
The broth was very good on this but I did not care for the tortellini. I am not a big fan of it and will need to figure out something else to use. I loved the broth though.
I made this a little differently than it is listed. Instead of frozen veggies, I used chopped carrots and celery. I added chopped cooked chicken breast and used cheese tortellini. This was VERY GOOD! Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Lennie for this recipe. I love wonton soup and DH enjoyed it. I did add some minced garlic to the broth for flavor. I didn't add the veggies because I wanted to see how close this was to the real thing. I will make this recipe again.
This is such a cool recipe. I like it better than real wonton soup b/c the tortellini have more flavor. I didn't use the chinese vegetables and loved it anyway. Just added whatever veggies I had on hand. Actually the second time I made it, I didn't use any veggies except the green onions and found I liked it better but that's just me. Such an easy and quick recipe for lunch or dinner.
Lennie- What a clever and resourceful girl you are. My boyfriend Dugan loves wonton soup but I do hate making those time consuming dumplings! I wish I had thought of using tortellini years ago. This recipe was my "find of the month" and I am just tickled. Thank You!
Delicious and uses ingredients I usually always have on hand! This is a great soup for "I don't feel like cooking and there is nothing in the house to eat" days. Thanks for sharing!