Wonton soup is one of China’s most recognized and simple dishes. Wonton (wantan, wuntun, wanton) is a typical food made out of Chinese dumplings that are usually and commonly served in soups, or deep fried and boiled as dim sum to be dipped in sauces and eaten at room temperature, or chilled. Wonton is often compared, or even thought to be the same as, Jiozi (Gyoza, pot stickers, momo, guotio) — but the wonton is much thinner noodle than pot sticker. Most of the wonton fillings are pork, chicken, shrimp, scallions, leeks and chives, onion and sometimes a little finely chopped carrot or some other Asian vegetables.
Wonton soup is the most popular soup you can find in the United States of America’s Chinese restaurants and in Canada. Along with egg drop soup, it is very well known. It is also surprisingly simple to prepare in your own home. Once you have practiced the folding of wonton, and selecting the right amount of filling so as not to cause the thin wonton to come apart during cooking, you have won the battle of cooking wonton. The only thing left to do then, is to check out the video link below. This will show you with some detail how to make the wonton soup at home for your family.
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