Wonton Soup

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Wonton Soup may seem a mysterious and difficult one to make but in fact it is not difficult to do. You make the wontons from wonton wrappers that you purchase from your grocery store, so it is just a matter of preparing the stuffing and forming the wontons.

There are easy to follow instructions from our featured website 'Blog Chef' and in no time at all you will be eating your very own wonton soup. Some foods that seem such a mystery or so difficult to make really are very easy. The fact that you can purchase the wonton wrappers and not make the dough from scratch makes this a recipe that is easy. The recipe calls for ground pork, but you can easily substitute ground chicken as well. Wonton soup is one of those things that children really like. Whenever there is a dumpling or noodle, it often appeals to kids.

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Wonton wrappers, if you were to make them from scratch are a dough of flour, eggs,salt, water and cornstarch. They are made very much like any other dumpling doughs, but they need to be very thin and the perfect consistency to hold together when making your wontons. Like purchasing pasta already made, wontons fall in that category for someone like myself! I know how to make everything from scratch, but having a busy life schedule, some processes are a little too time-consuming. Wonton soup dates back centuries and is typically Chinese. It has many variations and is either boiled or deep fried. The soup itself can have recipes with a variety of stock bases. If you are as excited about making some Wonton Soup, we now redirect you to the Blog Chef website where you will find the complete recipe with ingredients and instruction.

Nutrition Facts for: Wonton Soup From Blog Chef
Ingredients: Ground pork, soy sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil, sherry, sugar, green onion, cornstarch, 24 wontons wrappers, chicken stock, sesame oil.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 108, Calories from Fat 24, Total Fat 2.7g 4%, Saturated Fat 0.9g 5%, Cholesterol 41mg 14%, Sodium 1240mg 52%, Potassium 277mg 8%, Carbohydrates 2.3g 1%, Dietary Fiber 0.2g 1%, Sugars 1.0g, Protein 16.0gVitamin A 1%, Vitamin C 1%, Calcium 3%, Iron 5%

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