Wonton Noodle Soup


November 30, 2021

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The SPRINGY noodles, JUICY wontons, and the most RICH, FLAVORFUL broth… All of these elements tie together my Wonton Noodle Soup recipe and makes it the ultimate comfort meal!

Watch the Wonton Noodle Soup Recipe Video Below!


I use my grandma’s recipe for Pork & Shrimp Wontons – but if you don’t want to make them at home, you can also use store bought!

I always get asked which brand of chili oil I use at home and my answer is – my own! I love making my own chili oil – check out my Sichuan Chili Oil recipe here!

Since this is the base of your soup, you should use the highest quality chicken stock you can get (or make your own)!

As always, this is optional 🙂

I get asked all the time if you can sub black pepper for white pepper – and my answer is, it depends BUT you need to watch the ratio. White pepper has a milder flavor profile than black pepper, so it’s a 1-1 substitute. I would start with less black pepper and add as you go. (But really, you should have white pepper in your pantry! It’s a staple in mine!)


Simmering your stock with the additional aromatics and ingredients is what will take this broth to the next level!

I like to cook my noodles and wontons in water (vs directly in the broth) – this is because noodles and wontons are usually covered in some kind of starch to avoid sticking. If I cook the noodles and wontons in the broth, I run the risk of them depositing starches that will impact the taste. Cooking them in water before adding them to the broth helps us prevent that!

Wonton Noodle Soup

5 from 2 votes


  • 2 cups chicken stock or broth high quality
  • 1.5 cups water
  • 1 inch ginger
  • 1/4 tsp white pepper
  • 1/4 tsp msg optional
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp sugar
  • 1 tsp sesame oil
  • chili oil optional

Wontons & Noodles

  • 6 oz wonton noodles
  • 8 wontons adjust to your liking
  • 1 stalk bok choy
  • 2 scallions chopped


  • In a small saucepan, combine high quality chicken stock, water, ginger, white pepper, msg, salt, sugar, and sesame oil. Bring to a simmer over medium heat while you prep the rest of your ingredients.
  • In a large pot of boiling water, cook your fresh wonton noodles for 30 seconds, then drain and transfer to your soup bowls. Bring the water back up to a boil and add your wontons (fresh or frozen) and cook over a low boil until they float. Drain and transfer on top of your noodles.
  • Add your bok choy to the same boiling water and blanch for 1 minute or until they are dark green and crisp. Drain and add along with your noodles and wontons.
  • Remove the piece of ginger from your broth and strain over your noodles, wontons, and bok choy. Garnish with chopped scallions and lots of chili oil!
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Recipe Rating

  1. 5 stars
    We LOVE this recipe and have made it weekly for the last 6 months (not exaggerating 🙈). The portion size is perfect for two people, and comes together quickly and easily with grocery store dumplings. We sub miso for the chicken stock to make the soup vegetarian, and it has been such a hit with guests. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. 5 stars
    Made this for dinner. It was a huge hit! I didn’t use the extra noodles because I made homemade wontons and there was a ton of them. The chili oil made it absolutely perfect! I was worried the ginger would overpower it but not at all!