Best Homemade Wonton Soup

A comforting and flavorful Chinese classic that's easy to make at home.
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Come with us as we go deep into the Chinese food culture. Let’s see how to make tasty Homemade Wonton Soup right in our own kitchens. This famous food comes from old cooking skills. It invites you to learn how flavors, touch feelings and careful making of soft wontons match together well.

Perfect Wontons Homemade Wonton Soup:

The key to a great wonton starts with the quality of its cover. Thin, light wonton skins give the best base for what is about to become a great cooking creation. Their soft feel makes every bite taste amazing.

Filling Harmony Homemade Wonton Soup:

The food inside, made of small pieces of pork and shrimp mixed with smelly things, shows how to keep everything in check. Every part gives its special flavor, making a nice mix that excites the taste buds. Getting things right while making wontons is very important for them to be perfect.

The Art of Folding Homemade Wonton Soup:

Learning how to make wontons is like a cooking dance. Pick either a simple triangle or a fancy purse shape. But, how you fold is very important. The creases not only keep the tasty stuff inside but also make wontons look better. This makes them nice to see too.

The Essence of Broth
Broth Perfection
A great Homemade Wonton Soup has a special broth that makes your soul feel better. Making a great broth Homemade Wonton Soup means slowly cooking chicken and pork bones, ginger, and green onions together. The outcome is a liquid gold that gives the wontons flavor and heat.

Simmering Symphony
The cooking process is a music of tastes, as the soup gets flavors from bones and spices. Here, you must wait for the flavors Homemade Wonton Soup to mix together. This turns a basic soup into a fantastic food adventure with great taste.

Cooking Wontons with Precision
Gentle Boiling Technique
Making wontons needs careful handling. The wontons, little tasty things, should be cooked softly in water until they rise up. This makes sure they’re cooked just right, a mix of softness and strength.

Serving Elegance
Showing how to make wonton soup is a skill on its own. Pour the hot broth into bowls, put wontons in them and add green onions and cilantro for decoration. The outcome isn’t just food but looks great and offers a special feeling for the senses.

Exploring Flavor Variations
Regional Influences
Wonton soup, though based on tradition, can have new and imaginative versions. Look at different places and their food. Try strong-tasting Sichuan soup or light Homemade Wonton Soup Cantonese broth to see the difference. Every change makes the wonton soup even more exciting.


Making Homemade Wonton Soup is a good cooking success. It’s worth learning how to do it well. From folding wontons to making comforting broth, each step shows the deep history of Chinese cooking. inspired by spendwithpennies

Quick Tips: Simmer the soup broth with aromatics like ginger and garlic for a flavorful base. You can also add a splash of soy sauce or a pinch of white pepper for extra depth.

Best Homemade Wonton Soup

Difficulty: Intermediate Prep Time 45 mins Cook Time 13 mins Rest Time 28 mins Total Time 1 hr 26 mins
Cooking Temp: 190  °C Servings: 4 Estimated Cost: 20 Calories: 250


This Homemade Wonton Soup recipe shows you how to make tasty wontons with a yummy mix inside and serve them in a mouth-watering soup. This soup mixes flavors and textures well. It's perfect to make you feel good inside.



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  1. 1. Prepare Wonton Filling:

    Combine pork, cabbage pieces, soy sauce and other parts in a big bowl. Add sesame oil, ginger bits mixed with onion cuts. Then add sugar tastemakers salt is needed too - pepper works great! Stir well and put in the fridge for 30 minutes.

  2. 2. Assemble Wontons:

    Put a little bit of stuffing on each wonton wrapper. Use water to dampen the sides and fold into preferred forms. Set aside.

  3. 3. Prepare Broth:

    In a different pot, heat up chicken or vegetable broth with soy sauce, sesame oil, chopped ginger and garlic using medium fire until it gets hot. After that add salt and pepper too.

  4. 4. Cook Wontons:

    Carefully put the wontons in hot soup and cook for 5-7 minutes or until they rise up.

  5. 5. Serve:

    Pour the soup into bowls, add extra chopped green onions or cilantro if you like.

  6. 6. Enjoy:
    Serve warm and enjoy the yummy homemade wonton soup.


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Nutrition Facts

Servings 3.98

Amount Per Serving
Calories 250kcal
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 10g16%
Saturated Fat 3g15%
Cholesterol 45mg15%
Sodium 800mg34%
Total Carbohydrate 25g9%
Dietary Fiber 2g8%
Sugars 2g
Protein 15g30%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


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Frequently Asked Questions

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1. What is Wonton Soup?

Wonton soup is a popular Chinese food. It has little dumplings (wontons) filled with tasty stuff inside them in a yummy broth to eat from it.

2. Yes, you can use wonton wrappers from the store.

Yes, ready-made wonton wrappers work well and save time. But if you want, you can also make your own at home.

3. Can I customize the filling?

Absolutely! Feel free to change the stuffing with things like shrimp, chicken or tofu according to what you prefer.

4. How can I save extra wontons?

Save extra uncooked wontons in a closed container in the fridge for 2 days. You can keep cooked wontons in the fridge for 2-3 days.

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