Easy Wonton Soup #SundaySupper

This past week, Hurricane Sandy ripped through New York and New Jersey and we were left with no power or heating for four days.There were trees uprooted all across our neighborhood and we were extremely lucky that none fell on our house or on our neighbors’!The help and offers from friends and well wishers to come and stay was really touching and we’re very thankful to all our friends for their hospitality in such times.The amount of destruction is massive and my heart goes out to the families who’ve suffered to the extent that’s unimaginable and I only hope that their lives return back to normal sooner than later.

In order to keep us warm I often made soups for lunch and this easy Wonton soup was just perfect since it didn’t require any effort.I used a pack of Chicken Wontons sold at Trader Joe’s.Just added a few veggies with some stock and we had one tasty soup. You can easily make a vegetarian version of this soup by using vegetable wontons and vegetable stock!

Easy Wonton Soup #SundaySupper

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 18 minutes

Total Time: 28 minutes

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Easy Wonton Soup to keep you warm!

Ingredients

  • Chicken Wontons-14-16 pieces
  • Carrots-2 large peeled and cubed
  • Celery- 2 stalks washed and chopped
  • Broccoli- 1/2 (cut into florets)
  • Low Sodium Chicken Broth-3-4 cups
  • Soy Sauce-1 tbsp
  • Ginger-1/2 inch freshly crushed
  • Salt-to taste
  • Pepper-1 tsp

Instructions

  1. In a pot heat the stock and add the carrot,celery,soy sauce,ginger and pepper.Bring to a boil and let it cook on medium for about 10-15 minutes.Add the wontons and broccoli and cook for about 2-3 minutes.Check the seasonings.Serve hot!

Our friend Susan from The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen is hosting this week’s SundaySupper with foods that keep you warm!Scroll down for some ‘warm you up’ dishes from our group!

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi Soni: Came across your site through twitter and now I’m following. Such a beautiful, creative and hungry looking site. Will have to try your recipes, expecially this Wonton Soup. Perfect weather for it.

  2. says

    Soni – I’m so glad that you and your family are safe. Every time I look at the pictures I cry. A wonderful soup like this is so good in so many ways. Not only does it warm the body, but it also warms the heart and soul. Good choice and delicious looking soup!
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  3. says

    I am so glad to hear that you were able to escape the worse. There was so much destruction. My parents work for a disaster relief non-profit that is assisting in some of the hardest hit areas in New Jersey and they have told me it is far worse to see in person. My dad worked in Mississippi after Katrina and he said it is just as bad as what he saw there. So devastating. But on a happy note your soup looks healthy and hearty, two lovely combinations for a cold winter soup day.
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  4. says

    Soni, I am SO glad you and your family are safe and that your power has been restored. What a scary experience. But how nice you were still able to share a delicious soul warming soup…I adore wonton soup and am thrilled to see yours chock full of veggies….mmmmmm.

  5. says

    I just showed this to my hubby, we both may or may not have drooled on the keyboard! I love this soup, and I love how hearty, and healthy it looks:-) Beautiful, Hugs, Terra

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