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While this sounds great, fact is that the won tons fall apart much too easily. I recommend boiling the broth, taking off burner, then add wontons, adn let cook just 3-4 minutes,removing after, and place wontons in eaxch bowl of broth being served.
This was very good I did make a few changes added sesame oil to the filling and used water chestnuts instead of celery. I didnâ€™t have white wine, but will next time I make these. The soup I also added a little sesame oil. In all we really enjoyed this soup especially my daughter, I think she had 5 bowls of soup. I served them with #78111 Crab Rangoonâ€™s and wonton creams that I will be posting this evening if it is not on Zaar already. Thank you for a great recipe.
better than the restaurants!! Both kids loved!!
Yum! My family loved making and eating these. They never made it into the soup. We ate them right out of the steam boil. Good stuff!
Very good soup, followed the recipe with the exclusion of the celery, we just don't care for it. This was very easy for a cold snowy day.
Delicious recipe! I had to use a little beef broth as I didn't have enough chicken broth, but otherwise made it exactly as stated. Easy to make and tastes great! Thanks for posting Nana!
this is how i make it too , i add a couple of shrimp to the filling . and i add a little garlic .dee
I could eat WonTon soup until I burst & now I don't have to go out to get it! This recipe is much better than restaurant soup; much fresher tasting. Made this for lunch the other day & my whole family inhaled it. Thanks so much for sharing this easy and delicious recipe1
Great easy to make recipe! I recommend possibly doubling the broth batch to correctly matchthe amount of wontons this recipe provides, but otherwise... very yummmy!