Servings: 4 to 6
This brightly flavored soup is ready in no time, thanks to prepared dumplings. Baby bok choy can vary in size from the length of your index finger to the length of your hand; you’re looking to have pieces that are 2 inches long, so trim accordingly.
Delicious. I added julienned carrots and doubled the bok choi and dumplings for more of a stew vs soup. Awesome meal.
This is a wonderful, flavorful, and comforting soup. I give it a "10." I added equal parts of soy sauce and Red Boat fish sauce and a splash of Shaoxing rice wine (or dry sherry). I used Duro Duro All-Purpose Vegetable & Pork Dumplings that I bought in an international market and thought that they were quite tasty and the skins were nice and thin. I find that Costco's Asian dumplings have skins that dominate the dumplings although their overall flavor is fine. Sadly my 2 Costcos do not carry the pork version.
This made 4 adult dinner servings for our family. Note that I saved 2 servings for the next day and the soup reheated very nicely. The dumplings did not soak up the broth.
Great healthy soup that is versatile. I used TJ mini chicken & cilantro wontons and added shitake mushrooms and carrots. Along with the onions as a topper, I added fresh cilantro. It got great reviews from the husband who said it was a better soup that my usual wonton take out soup! For more protein, consider adding shrimp with the wontons. Broth flavors are even better the next day. A keeper!
This recipe is the bomb! Healthy and filling! I used Trader Joe’s chicken gyoza chicken bot stickers. So healthy, quick, and easy! Go for it!
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