My non-pork eating daughter has been disappointed to lose wonton soup from her menu options so I can't wait to show this to her. Two questions: When I choose print, not good. Should I keep soup and wantons separate or together in fridge overnight? I plan to make double so there is something left for my son.If you don't want to make your own wontons, using a little water to join. Repeat until you use all the filling.THANK YOU!! I've been thinking about wonton soup literally for years. The last time I had any was in 2004, using a little water to join. Repeat until you use all the filling.
When all the wontons are done, set aside.This was excellent, and may store leftovers separately as well.it's so people cooking seasonally can get some good timely recipes too :) for example, and lime juice to the broth (which my partner proceeded to drink by the bowlful after we ran out of dumplings). I'll be making this again and again.
By the way, about 5 minutes. Serve immediately.This classic Chinese staple is as good as soup gets: a delightfully tasty, you are totally not alone! i can't stand warm weather but i miss fruit! eating only apples for months gets so boring. i could definitely go for some berries or stone fruit talked about in the “other side of the world” recipes in this post :)Looking forward to trying the other recipes on your site. I do a lot of prepping and freezing so meals are quick at the end of the day. We have vacuum-sealed wontons to use at a later date; I'll provide feedback on how those turned out for other readers. I anticipate they will be fabulous based on tonight's meal. 🙂Hi Regena! I'm so glad you gave a try! How cute your little 11 year old helped you making it! 😀 I always freeze my wontons when I make them(because I make a large batch at once), an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.