Won Ton Soup

Won Ton Soup created by Heirloom

This isn't really a soup, strictly speaking. It's more like delicious dumplings with a spoonful or two of broth ladled over them. Perfection!

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directions

  • For the Won Tons:

  • Mix all Won Ton filling ingredients together in a medium bowl.
  • Spoon about a teaspoon of filling onto each Won Ton skin and, wetting the edges, fold in half to seal, or into whatever dumpling shape you prefer.
  • Repeat until all filling is used.
  • Heat 3 quarts lightly salted water to a boil in a large soup pot.
  • Boil Won Tons about 5-7 minutes, or until cooked through. Test by cutting one in half with a knife, if unsure, to ensure filling is cooked through.
  • For the Broth:

  • In a medium sauce pot heat broth, soy sauce, sesame oil, green onion and garlic to a boil.
  • Add spinach and cook until wilted.
  • In a shallow, pasta-style bowl place 4-5 dumplings and ladle spinach and broth over top.
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"This isn't really a soup, strictly speaking. It's more like delicious dumplings with a spoonful or two of broth ladled over them. Perfection!"
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  1. zxcvb123
    this was amazing!! i have made wan ton soup before and me and my family didnt like it at all. i had a school project where i had to make somthing with meat in it and record changes and this was perfect for that!! thanks for posting the recipe! :)
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  2. misscain
    I just used the won ton recipe. Very good. Thank you for sharing.
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  3. Judth
    I've been experimenting with different won ton soup recipes, and this is hands-down my family's favorite. I had my doubts about the beef broth, but silly me! it is simply perfect exactly as written. I have made it several times now and my only complaint is that the recipe says it serves 6, but 3 is more like it. Also, 1 package of won ton skins was nowhere near enough - which is good because I have plenty of dumplings left over to make another batch of this wonderful soup another day. Thanks SO much for posting this!
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  4. staceyblack
    Perfection! Better than any restaurant's won ton soup. I've made this twice in the last week, adding veggies the second time
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  5. TadGhostal
    I've tried this twice, once by the book, and once using baby bok choy in place of the spinach (it was what I had at the time). The whole family loved it both times. I would recommend maybe using 2 packs of wonton skins - for me, one isn't quite enough and I end up making meat balls out of the remaining filling. We like this with a salad covered with Benihana Ginger Salad Dressing (#1985) - gives us something to do with the rest of the ginger root as well.
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