Amy (swirley) wrote in vegancooking,

Wonton Soup!

Super quick,cheap,and easy. Just how I like it.

Wonton Wrappers
1/2 Block five spice tofu (you can sub plain, just add some seasonings you like)
chopped veggies (I used carrots,peas,and water chesnuts,and onion)
egg replacer for 1 egg (you can omit this too)
1 tablespoon soy sauce/bragg's liquid aminos
1 small can veggie stock
hot chili sauce (optional)
2 cloves garlic
green onions.

For filling:
Press or freeze your tofu, then crumble it up in a bowl with a fork. Add veggies,soy sauce,and "egg". Mix it all up. I can't quite explain how to fold the wonton's, but most packages come with instructions. This will make a LOT of wontons, I froze more than half of mine*. You can also steam these and serve with dipping sauce.

Chop the green parts of the onions and set aside. Peel and crush garlic, add it to a pot along with your stock and one can of water(add your optional hot sauce here if you like). Bring it all to a rapid boil and place however many wontons you like in the broth. They float when they're done, about 5-10 minutes. Garnish with your green onion.

*If you're freezing this, make sure you freeze the wontons raw. Then just pop them into boiling broth when you want.
Tags: ethnic food-chinese, soups (uncategorizable)
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