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Wonton Egg Drop Soup, two favorite soups combine into the ultimate warm and comforting dish!

Wonton Egg Drop Soup, two favorite soups combine into the ultimate warm and comforting dish! - ThisSillyGirlsLife.com #WontonSoup #EggDropSoup

I really have a treat for you today! It’s our last week in our soup series so I really wanted to leave you with a bang! This wonton egg drop soup is just bursting with flavor and will make you want seconds and thirds! Jeremy even said the wontons alone were addicting, score!

Wonton Egg Drop Soup, two favorite soups combine into the ultimate warm and comforting dish! - ThisSillyGirlsLife.com #WontonSoup #EggDropSoup

Highly seasoned ground pork is stuffed and folded into premade wonton wrappers. This flavorful broth is loaded with garlic and ginger, slightly thickened with a cornstarch slurry and finished with a ribbon of whipped eggs. Add your favorite toppings or none at all, it’s that good!!

Wonton Egg Drop Soup, two favorite soups combine into the ultimate warm and comforting dish! - ThisSillyGirlsLife.com #WontonSoup #EggDropSoup

This recipe is adapted from Emeril Lagasse.

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5 from 5 votes

Wonton Egg Drop Soup

Author Dana at ThisSillyGirlsLife.com
Prep: 30 minutes
Cook: 1 hour
Total: 1 hour 30 minutes
Servings 5 -7 servings

Ingredients
  

Egg Drop Soup:

Wontons:

Instructions

Egg Drop Soup:

  • In large stock pot, heat over medium heat and add in the oil. Place the ginger and garlic in hot oil and cook just until fragrant about 1 minute. Add in the chicken broth, bring to a boil and reduce to a simmer. Let simmer about 30 minutes or the time it takes to make the wontons.
  • When you are ready to serve, taste the broth and add the bouillon is needed and adjust seasoning if desired.
  • Mix together the cornstarch and water until the cornstarch is dissolved. Bring soup to a boil and whisk in the cornstarch slurry.
  • Bring back to a simmer and add in the beaten egg in a slow stream while gently stirring the soup.

Wontons:

  • Mix the filling first by placing all the ingredients into a medium sized bowl except for the wonton wrappers. Mix until combined.
  • To fold wontons, place 1 tsp of the filling into each wrapper. Using a little water, moisten the outside edges of the wrapper all the way around. Fold until two points meet, trying to get as much air out as possible. Place a dab of water at both ends of the left and right of the triangle and fold over onto each other.
  • Continue until all the filling is used. Should make around 30 wontons.
  • Cook wontons in boiling water for 5 minutes, after adding each wonton into pot, scrap the bottom on the pan very gently to loosen it from the bottom of the pot. Stir occasionally extremely gently. Best to do this in batches of about 10 wontons each. Place cooked wontons on sheet tray until they are all cooked. Place inside boil and ladle egg drop soup over, garnish with scallions if desired and enjoy!
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It seems like a lot of steps but it is extremely easy!! The hardest part is assembling the wontons which isn’t hard at all! Here is a step by step tutorial of the wonton assembly:

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Wonton Egg Drop Soup, two favorite soups combine into the ultimate warm and comforting dish! - ThisSillyGirlsLife.com #WontonSoup #EggDropSoup

YUM! I’m having this for lunches this week and can’t wait to dive into another bowl today. Asian food is my favorite cuisine and after making this wonton egg drop soup I am inspired to try more dumpling recipes soon!!

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What’s your favorite dumpling or Asian soup??

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7 Comments

  1. This sounds sooo good, those stuffed wontons are calling my name! Found this at The Weekend Retreat Link Party 🙂

  2. I must make this soup! I love Asian flavors! I have a recipe for Lemongrass coconut chicken soup on my blog. It is one of our favorites. Pinned to my collections of soups!

  3. I am seriously craving this soup now! Thanks for sharing on Weekend Bites

  4. …and now I want take-out for dinner because I don’t have the ingredients for this!! But I’m definitely going to have to try my hand at making some. I’m thrilled you linked up with us at Snickerdoodle Sunday…hope to see you again this weekend with your latest makes!

    Sarah (Sadie Seasongoods)

  5. 5 stars
    This is truly delicious. My granddaughter’s favorite soup is egg drop. She loved this version. Her mom kept telling me that I could not have really made this and that I must have bought it. I will definitely make this many times.

  6. LOL, I love it!! Thanks so much for letting me know you tried it and how it came out, yay!

  7. Curnel Hawkins says:

    5 stars
    This was a great soup. It tasted so good I may not order this at the Chinese restaurant again. I used ground turkey instead of pork. It tasted unbelievable. Thank you for the recipe.

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