I have always wanted to make this and one night a few weeks ago I was bored so thought I’d give it a whirl! I’ve never had wonton soup in my life before so this could be way off the mark on how it should taste and look like but it was delicious nonetheless (and fun to make! I feel wonton folding is my calling in life now).

I think the key to this is using a really good stock or broth. This is what will give it the most flavour so don’t skimp and save on it.

You can alter the filling to suit what you like. Prawns could be used in addition or as a substitute. Pork is also an option. Vary the vegetables you want to use to suit your preferences. My veggies are raw as I love the crunch but you can steam them first if you like. It’s a very adaptable dish.

My boys loved the wontons so we sometimes have these with fried rice rather than in soup form.

Get the kiddies involved in the folding process of these. It’s great fun! I used this YouTube video to help me fold the wontons. It was very easy to follow (although took me awhile to get the shape right as you can see below).

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Chicken Wonton Noodle Soup

  • Serving Size: 6

  • Author: The road to loving my Thermo Mixer
  • Prep Time: 20
  • Cook Time: 20
  • Total Time: 40



  • 1 large chicken breast, chopped into 4 chunks
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon oyster sauce
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 3 spring onions
  • 25 wonton wrappers
  • Water for sticking wontons together


  • 1200g good quality chicken stock or bowl
  • 2 garlic cloves*
  • 510g piece of ginger*
  • 1 mild chilli chopped in half*
  • 1 lemongrass stalk cut into chunks and slightly crushed*
  • 100g dry vermicelli noodles
  • 1 carrot, thinly sliced
  • 150g bean sprouts
  • 15 snow peas, thinly sliced


  1. Place shallots and garlic into bowl.
  2. Blitz on speed 7 for 5 seconds. Scrape down.
  3. Add chicken and sauces.
  4. Blitz on speed 7 for approximately 5-8 seconds until a smooth paste/mince is formed.
  5. Put a little chicken mix in wonton wrappers and fold into a wonton shape (see link in original post to a great YouTube video).
  6. Put wontons on an oiled top steaming attachment tray. Set aside.
  7. Insert steaming/rice basket into main bowl.
  8. Add garlic cloves, ginger, chilli and lemongrass stalk into basket.
  9. Pour chicken stock over and into bowl.
  10. Place steaming attachment in place with tray of wontons.
  11. Cook on steaming temp, speed 2, 18 – 20 minutes or until cooked through. There will one extra wonton which can be the tester one. This will leave 24 for the 6 servings.
  12. Soak vermicelli noodles in water until re hydrated. Time will depend on brand and thickness of noodle.
  13. Set up 6 bowls (or less if preferred)
  14. Add some drained noddles, carrots, bean sprouts, snow peas to a bowl.
  15. Top with four wontons.
  16. Remove rice basket from bowl and discard the garlic, ginger, chilli etc.
  17. Pour broth over noodles.
  18. Serve immediately.


  • You may know your steaming attachment as your Varoma if you own a Thermomix.
  • You may know steaming temperate as ST temp or Varoma temp.
  • You can add more stock if you like. Just be sure not to go past the full line on the bowl.
  • *These ingredients are purely optional. If you have a full flavoured stock you may prefer to leave these out.


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  1. Jess August 19, 2014 at 7:27 pm - Reply

    Oh. My. Gosh. Do yourself a favour and make the chicken wonton soup! AMAZING! I read the recipe and at first thought it was a bit involved for the lazy cookin night I had in mind, however it was so so quick and delicious! My husband is still raving about it (and that’s a big call!). Good work Peta!

    • Peta August 30, 2014 at 5:57 pm - Reply

      Thanks Jess! That is great to hear!

  2. Gini October 16, 2014 at 9:36 pm - Reply

    Yum, yum, yum!!!! big hit! i invited friends over as i wasn’t sure how well it would eat as leftovers, and its been a big hit! after chasing 3 different supermarkets for wonton wrappers… :/

  3. Felicity November 3, 2014 at 10:39 am - Reply

    Wow, these were so good! I was worried about my wonton presentation but they didn’t last long enough for me to care. Simply delicious, nutritious and surprisingly fast. Might try with prawns in the mix next time – 5 stars!

  4. Shannah February 5, 2015 at 12:55 pm - Reply

    Definitely worth a 5 out of 5. It may sound simple and may be simple to make, but the flavours are AMAZING. It is worth cooking. I usually add extra vegetables to the broth, such as broccoli and carrots or whatever I have in the fridge at the time.
    This is definitely a regular in our household.

  5. Hayley Dymond April 19, 2015 at 7:06 am - Reply

    Just wondering if I can make the wotons in advance? And how far in advance? Thanks 🙂

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