Lazy Wonton Soup

Comforting and lazy wonton soup using Trader Joe’s frozen chicken wontons, miso ginger broth, rice vinegar, sriracha, shredded carrots and green onion!

Lazy Wonton Soup - Dash Of Mandi

This incredibly easy wonton soup is something I eat regularly! It’s hearty, filling, and packed with a ton of flavor. I love how comforting it is this time of year!

I’d consider this one of my “Trader Joe’s” dinners because all of the ingredients can be found there and it’s so SIMPLE. This meal comes together in minutes. You could also add some extra veggies. Sometimes I sautΓ© some shiitake mushrooms and throw them in as well.

Wonton Soup Ingredients

The sriracha is totally optional and to taste. However, personally I love spicy so I do a little extra. I like throwing in the rice vinegar because it adds a tangy flavor. Almost like hot & sour soup.

Other easy Trader Joe’s meals you will love:

Sheet Pan Sweet Potato Gnocchi Dinner

Shrimp Scampi Cauliflower Gnocchi

BBQ Jackfruit Nachos

Gorgonzola Gnocchi With Pancetta And Brussels Sprouts

Shrimp Scampi Cauliflower Crust Pizza

Thai Curry Salmon

Dairy-Free “Cheesy” Cauliflower

I hope you enjoy this lazy wonton soup as much as I do! πŸ™‚

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Lazy Wonton Soup


Ingredients

Scale

4 cups Trader Joe’s miso ginger broth, chicken broth will also work*
12-14 Trader Joe’s frozen chicken cilantro mini wontons
1 tbsp rice vinegar
1 tbsp sriracha, or to taste, optional
1/2 cup shredded carrots
1-2 tbsp chopped green onion
pinch of red pepper flakes for topping, optional


Instructions

Add all the ingredients besides the wontons, green onion and red pepper flakes to a soup pot.

Bring to a rapid simmer, let simmer for 6-8 minutes.

Add frozen wontons and let cook for about 2 minutes or until wontons are soft and heated.

Taste and add more rice vinegar and/or sriracha if desired.

Serve with chopped green onions and red pepper flakes, enjoy!

Notes

*if you want this soup to have lower sodium, swap some of the broth for water. Maybe about 1 cup!

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    DANIELLE BOWEN

    I LOVED THE RECIPE!!! I ADDED CHILI PASTE BECAUSE WE LIKE IT SPICY. TJ’S WAS SOLD OUT OF GREEN ONIONS SO I REPLACED IT WITH CHIVES AND ADDED BASIL. THANK YOU! ANOTHER GREAT RECIPE THAT MY FAMILY LOVED.

    Olivia Hart

    So Simple! So delicious!

    Katie

    So easy, so tasty! This recipe is going into regular rotation.

    Marci

    Hi. Could you REFRIGERATE and reheat THIS soup or do the wontons fall apart after some time in the broth?

      Amanda Hickman

      I haven’t tried so I’m not sure – I’m sorry!