I can NOT WAIT for FALL WEATHER!! I love making soup ..something about having a pot of soup simmering on the stove. The AROMA going all through the house. When I am making WONTON SOUP…I usually cheat a little…I buy the premade potsticker/wonton from Costco.

 

I buy this brand from Costco

 

 

 

INGREDIENTS

WONTON BROTH

3 lbs of pork short ribs (blanch and rinse)

1 quart of water or sodium free chicken broth (enough to cover the pork ribs)

****3 tablespoon chicken powder (if you are using water instead of chicken broth)

1 large  white onion

4  cloves of smashed garlic

1 piece of ginger, sliced in half (about 3 inch long)

2 tablespoon rock sugar (about a 2inch piece)

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon salt (TASTE first before you add in the salt)

GARNISH:

chopped green onion

cilantro

lime

sriracha or chili

****Spinach or Bok Choy..any veggies of your choice****

 

 

DIRECTIONS

Place all the BROTH ingredients in a large pot …and cook on low to simmer for at least 1-2 hours. You want the pork ribs to be very tender.

****I usually cheat and use the already made wonton/potsticker from the grocery store. I do pan fry them a little so that when it is place in the broth bowl..it stays its shape.

If you are using noodles…prepared the noodles according to the packet directions.

 

This is the noodle that I used

 

PLACE the noodle in the serving bowl with the cooked wonton and veggies…next, ladle the BROTH over the noodles, wonton, and veggies. Garnish with sliced green onions and cilantro. Add in your likings…sriracha, lime, or dried onions. ENJOY!!!!

 

 

Blanch the pork…in a big pot…fill with water..enough to just cover the pork ribs…cook for about 10-15 minutes..once it starts boiling and you see all the impurity come up to the surface. Take off heat and drain in the sink and RINSE off each piece of pork ribs. Then wash the pot and place the wash/rinse ribs back into the pot.

 

Blanch the pork short ribs…then RINSE really well and place them back into the STOCK POT and fill with water.

 

Add in a piece of rock sugar. About 1 tablespoon. I know its hard to measure…about a 2in piece.

 

 

All my fixings

 

ENJOY!!!