• Wonton Meatball Soup

    Wonton Meatball Soup
    I’ve been craving a soup with a simple broth, some spinach, and a few tender wonton meatballs. 

    Wonton Meatball Soup
    I’ve been thinking about making this soup for months. No years. I love wonton soup. But I’ve stayed away from take-out soup for many years now.

    So it has come to this. And there’s no dough here. It might also seem a bit strange to combine shrimp and chicken, but the textures and flavors compliment each other well. If you prefer pork in your wonton meat, feel free to swap the chicken with ground pork.

    You may notice that I didn’t use soy sauce or fish sauce. I prefer to stay as clean as possible with this recipe, using little to no processed food. I do add some toasted sesame oil for a bit of flavor. Feel free to add a dash or two of soy sauce or fish sauce to make it authentic or more to your taste.

    Wonton Meatball Soup

    Wonton Meatball Soup

     
     
    Posted in Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Nut-Free, Paleo, SCD, Soup  |  2 Comments
     
     

    2 Responses to Wonton Meatball Soup

    1. Nancy says:

      This looks good! Am printing out the recipe right now!

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