I am so happy to share this Low Fodmap Wonton Soup with you today! It is such a comforting dish. One of those dishes that make your soul sing.
It is one of my all-time favourite soup ever and this past winter, I have made it often. In my last post, I shared a tutorial on how to make Low Fodmap Pork Wontons at home, so now that you know how to make wontons, here is a delicious idea on how to serve them.
I usually make a big batch of wontons and of my Low Fodmap Chicken Stock and freeze them. So whenever I am short on time and I feel like having something delicious and healthy, I have everything ready and I am able to make a delicious soup in 10 minutes! Clever, right?
This Chinese inspired wonton soup is scrumptious on its own, but it can also be used as a base for something “more” substantial. You can add some (low Fodmap) stir-fried vegetables to it, or any other of your favourite toppings. I sometimes add a little fresh ginger to it as well. The possibilities are endless.
Enjoy and don’t forget to check out my video recipe and to leave a comment to let me know how you like it!
Low Fodmap Wonton Soup
To cook the wontons, boil a large pot of salty water. When boiling, add the wontons and cook for 5-6 minutes until they float. Remove and drain.
While the wontons are cooking, mix together the Low Fodmap chicken stock, 2 teaspoons of soy sauce, and 1 teaspoon of rice wine vinegar. Warm up on the stove or in the microwave.
Pour the warm broth on top of the cooked wontons. Add the sliced green onion tops and fresh chilli to taste (if using). Drizzle a few drops of sesame oil on the top and serve warm.
You can also add some stir fried Low Fodmap Asian greens like 1 cup of bok choy or choy sum in the soup.