Instant Pot Wonton Soup

Instant Pot Wonton soup is full of rich broth, tantalizing seasonings and meaty morsels that burst with heavenly sensations. The trick to a good wonton soup is being very careful folding the wonton itself. I grew up making these, this my preferred method. It works, is easy to do and produces a constant result. If you are making a lot, call in the troops and show them this video… my family loves to stand around our kitchen island talking and making these. When everyone pitches in to the meal, it just tastes that much better.

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Ingredients

Place the chicken broth, sliced ginger, green onions, shaoxing wine, salt, pepper and sesame oil into the Instant pot. Then cover with the lid. Pressure cook on high for 10 minutes, followed by a 15 minutes natural release . Follow the manufacture instructions for releasing the pressure. Remove the lid. Discard the green onions & ginger.

Place all the meat wonton mixtures in a bowl and mix well.

Place 1 wrapper in your hand. Use the other hand scoop out 1 tsp of meat mixture and place it in the center of the wrapper.

Wet (water) around the edges of the wrapper (use your finger) gently fold it in half making a triangle (press against the meat to remove any air inside the wonton).

Fold the two corners together and press the wrapper firmly until the wonton corners are completely sealed. Watch video for reference. Repeat until all the meat mixture has been used.

The recipe should yield ~35-40 wontons.

Press the sauté button on high and bring it to a boil. Add 15-18 wontons to the pot. 

Cook for 4-6 minutes or until they float. Remove the wontons with a slotted spoon and transfer to a serving bowl. Depending on the size of your pot, you may need to do this in batches. Season the broth with salt and pepper.

Garnish with chopped green onions. Serve & enjoy!

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Instant Pot Wonton Soup

Quick and easy Instant Pot Wonton Soup that is perfect every time.
No ratings yet
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 30 mins
Course Main Course, Soup
Cuisine Asian, Chinese
Servings 6
Calories

Equipment

  • Pressure Cooker / Instant Pot

Ingredients
  

Broth

  • 8 cups unsalted chicken stock/broth
  • 1 tbsp shaoxing cooking wine substitute with dry sherry
  • 2 tsp sesame oil
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp white pepper
  • 2 green onion
  • 1 ½" ginger

Meat Mixture

  • 1 lb ground pork
  • 1 tbsp ginger grated
  • 2 garlic cloves grated
  • 2 green onion finely chopped
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce
  • 2 tbsp shaoxing wine substitute with dry sherry
  • 2 tbsp sesame oil
  • 1 tsp granulated sugar
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp white pepper

35-40 Wonton wrappers

    Garnish with chopped green onions

      Instructions
       

      Broth

      • Place the chicken broth, sliced ginger, green onions, shaoxing wine, salt, pepper and sesame oil into the Instant pot. Then cover with the lid.
      • Pressure cook on high for 10 minutes, followed by a 15 minutes natural release . Follow the manufacture instructions for releasing the pressure. Remove the lid. Discard the green onions & ginger.

      Wontons

      • Place all the meat wonton mixtures in a bowl and mix well.
      • Place 1 wrapper in your hand. Use the other hand scoop out 1 tsp of meat mixture and place it in the center of the wrapper. Wet (water) around the edges of the wrapper (use your finger) gently fold it in half making a triangle (press against the meat to remove any air inside the wonton). Fold the two corners together and press the wrapper firmly until the wonton corners are completely sealed. Watch video for reference. Repeat until all the meat mixture has been used. The recipe should yield ~35-40 wontons.

      Cooking the wontons

      • Press the sauté button on high and bring it to a boil. Add 15-18 wontons to the pot. Cook for 4-6 minutes or until they float. Remove the wontons with a slotted spoon and transfer to a serving bowl. Depending on the size of your pot, you may need to do this in batches. Season the broth with salt and pepper.

      Garnish with chopped green onions. Serve & enjoy!

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        Pork Wonton Soup

        Wonton wraps stuffed with juicy flavor filled pork swimming in a bowl of appetite quenching soup is perfect for any occasion. Wonton has a reputation for being time consuming but that is not exactly true. If you follow the technique I use, you will be able to assembly predictably sized won tons in the most efficient way possible. I have been making wontons since I was a little girl and have passed this recipe and technique to my children. Now I am sharing with you. I developed this recipe over the years and decided to see if anyone else out there loves a good won ton as much as we do.

        Watch the video to better understand how to assemble the wontons and follow the instructions below to have this time tested classic in your home today. My husband loves the soup and drinks every last drop. I hope you and your family will enjoy something that is truly a recipe I have been making for years. Please like and share to help spread the word about the ever growing catalogue of eatfoodlicious quality meals complete with video and instructions.

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        Top with green onions.

        Ingredients

        Place meat, seasoning and green onion in the bowl.

        Add grated garlic and ginger.

        Mix well

        Place 1 wrapper in your hand. Use the other hand scoop out 1 tsp of meat mixture and place it in the center of the wrapper.

        Wet around the edges of the wrapper (use your finger) gently fold it in half making a triangle (press against the meat to remove any air inside the wonton).

        Fold the two corners together and press the wrapper firmly until the wonton corners are completely sealed.

        The recipe should yield ~35-40 wontons.

        Pour the chicken broth in a medium sized pot (make sure it has a lid that fits on the pot). Add sliced ginger, green onions, shaoxing wine, salt, pepper and sesame oil.

        Cook on medium high for 10 minutes. Remove lid: discard the ginger and green onions.

        Turn the heat up to high and bring the broth to a boil. Add 10-15 wontons to the pot. Cook for 4 minutes or until they float.

        Remove the wontons with a slotted spoon and transfer to a serving bowl.

        Place the chopped green onions on top of the cooked wontons.

        Serve immediately.

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        Pork Wonton Soup

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        Prep Time 35 mins
        Cook Time 10 mins
        Total Time 45 mins
        Course Appetizer, Main Course, Snack, Soup
        Cuisine Asian, Chinese
        Servings 4
        Calories

        Ingredients
          

        Broth

        • 6 cups unsalted chicken stock/broth
        • 1 tbsp shaoxing wine
        • 2 tsp sesame oil
        • ½ tsp salt
        • ½ tsp white pepper
        • 2 green onion cut in half
        • 1 ½ " ginger peeled and sliced

        Meat Mixture

        • 1 lb ground pork
        • 1 tbsp ginger grated
        • 2 garlic cloves grated
        • 2 green onion finely chopped
        • 2 tbsp soy sauce
        • 2 tbsp shaoxing wine substitute with dry sherry
        • 2 tbsp sesame oil
        • 1 tsp granulated sugar
        • ½ tsp salt
        • ½ tsp white pepper

        35-40 Wonton Wraps

          Chopped Green Onions

            Instructions
             

            Wontons & Wrapping

            • Place all the meat wonton mixtures in a bowl and mix well.
            • Place 1 wrapper in your hand. Use the other hand scoop out 1 tsp of meat mixture and place it in the center of the wrapper. Wet (water) around the edges of the wrapper (use your finger) gently fold it in half making a triangle (press against the meat to remove any air inside the wonton). Fold the two corners together and press the wrapper firmly until the wonton corners are completely sealed. Watch video for reference. Repeat until all the meat mixture has been used. The recipe should yield ~35-40 wontons.

            Broth

            • Pour the chicken broth in a medium sized pot (make sure it has a lid that fits on the pot). Add sliced ginger, green onions, shaoxing wine, salt, pepper and sesame oil. Place a lid on the pot and turn the heat to medium high for 10 minutes. Remove lid: discard the ginger and green onions. Turn the heat up to high and bring the broth to a boil.
            • Add 10-15 wontons to the pot. Cook for 4-6 minutes or until they float. Remove the wontons with a slotted spoon and transfer to a serving bowl. Depending on the size of your pot, you may need to do this in batches. Season the broth with salt and pepper.
            • Place the chopped green onions on top of the cooked wontons. Pour hot broth over cooked wontons.

            Freeze

            • Place parchment paper on a baking sheet. Then place uncooked wontons on the sheets (make sure to not over crowd them). Freeze for 30 minutes or until completely frozen. Transfer the frozen wontons to an airtight container or freezer zip lock bag. When ready to eat, follow the same instructions above but cook time will increase to 8-10 mintues or until they float.

            Serve & Enjoy!

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