Wonton soup Recipe

Wonton soup ‘馄饨汤’😋folding methods & some cooking tips. Sending loads of healthy vibes to all. Best, WoonHeng⁣❤️⁣⁣Recipe (yields 30-40 wontons)⁣⁣🌱

Ingredients:⁣⁣- Wonton wrappers, thaw at room temperature⁣ (very important)⁣- 4 cups (400g) Napa cabbage, chopped (or sub with cabbage/bok choy)⁣- 7oz (200g) firm tofu – pressed, then cubed/mashed & pan-fried⁣- 1 small carrot, chopped⁣- 4oz (200g) mushrooms, finely chopped (optional)⁣- 2 teaspoons grated ginger⁣- 1 bundle (38g) mung bean thread, soaked in hot water until soft & cut into tiny threads⁣- a handful of chopped scallions/cilantro⁣- oil for cooking, salt⁣- blanched greens (used bok choy)⁣🌱

Seasoning:  1 tablespoon soy sauce, 2 teaspoons toasted sesame oil, oil, white pepper & salt to taste⁣⁣🌱Soup: Homemade/veggie stock seasoned with chopped scallions, mushrooms seasoning, fried shallots & white pepper⁣⁣⁣⁣✅Place julienned Napa cabbage in a large bowl & gently massage it with 1 teaspoon of salt. Set aside for 15 minutes.⁣✅Meanwhile, in a heated non-stick pan with 3 teaspoons oil, sauté mushrooms & ginger until fragrant. Add the carrot, tofu & continue to cook for another minute or so (If using regular cabbage, add them here). Season mixture with soy sauce or salt, sesame oil & white pepper.⁣✅Using a cheesecloth bag or with your palms, squeeze the Napa cabbage to remove all liquid. Add them in a bowl along with the tofu mixture, mung bean threads, chopped scallions & mix until well combined. Taste test & season if needed.⁣✅To make the wonton, place a wrapper in one hand & add a spoonful of filling in the center of the wrapper. Using your finger, wet the edges with water. Bring all the edges together to seal it, pressing out any air bubbles.⁣✅To cook the wonton