I showed this soup in my stories last week and the response to share the recipe was overwhelming! So, you guys are in a for a treat, because not only is this Wonton Soup delicious, but this Wonton Soup is so easy to make! I can’t even take any credit for this recipe, as Delaney thought of this one all on his own, and I just shared it. But, this easy Wonton Soup is amazing! I take some shortcuts here, but I still use 100% organic ingredients, and that makes this easy Wonton Soup recipe a healthy and stress free dinner recipe (my favorite kind).
First, I use Kettle & Fire Chicken Bone Broth. I’m a huge fan of Kettle & Fire as their bone broth is so good, and it is made with amazing organic ingredients that have so many health benefits. If you haven’t tried bone broth yet, or you’re unsure about it, then get off the fence right now. Think of bone broth as a chicken broth if that helps, as it has a very very similar taste and you can pretty much use them interchangeably too! Because I use Kettle & Fire Chicken Bone Broth I don’t need a single spice for this recipe, how easy is that?!
My next trick is frozen organic wontons (or potstickers). I can even buy these up here in Mammoth, so you really have no excuses. I buy the O Organics Chicken Potstickers and they also have a Vegetable Potstickers option too! So you can make this easy Wonton Soup recipe with veggie or with chicken wontons, your choice! The bone broth has a lot of protein, so even if you are going veggie, this recipe is still a really great healthy meal that will fill you up!
Next, I add in whatever kinds of veggies I have in my fridge. That is what makes this so easy. You can use different things each time to mix it up, and many options are delicious! In this recipe, I use mushrooms, carrots, broccoli, scallions, and spinach. Other veggies I’ve also used in the past have been red onions, bell peppers, cauliflower, zucchini, bean sprouts, and bok choy (when our grocery store has it!). The ease and flexibility of this recipe makes it amazing because you have a healthy dinner with very minimal work that is ready in no time.
The last two things you need are organic sesame oil and organic soy sauce. These two things make a big difference in this recipe, so don’t skip them! If you don’t usually have sesame oil in your kitchen, then I highly recommend getting some. This is added purely for flavor, so subbing an olive oil or any other type of oil just isn’t necessary if you don’t have sesame oil. I also love soy sauce, and you can buy Organic Kikoman Soy Sauce, which is what I get. This easy Wonton Soup recipe makes 1 serving, so if you want to make more, then just double or triple it. The reason I give just one serving is that it’s also a really easy to make if you’re cooking for one too.
Makes 1 serving
1 carton Kettle & Fire Chicken Bone Broth
6 organic baby Bella mushrooms, sliced
1 cup organic chopped broccoli
1 organic carrot, julienned
2 organic scallions chopped
6 organic frozen wontons
1/2 cup organic spinach
1 tablespoon organic sesame oil
organic soy sauce
In a medium pot (I used a 2-quart for the one serving, so if doubling or tripling, then use a 6-quart pot), add the bone broth, mushrooms, broccoli, carrots, scallions, and wontons. Add a lid and put over low to medium heat and heat until the wontons are fully cooked, about 10 minutes.
Turn heat to high, add in spinach and stir to combine completely. Cook for an additional 1 to 2 minutes, until spinach has cooked. Remove from heat.
Add in 1 tablespoon of sesame oil and stir to combine completely. Add soy sauce to taste.
High Altitude — Follow the recipe as noted.