Homemade Wontons


Fill a saucepan (big enough to fit and cover all your wontons) full of water. Once water boils add the frozen wontons to the pot and use a wooden spoon to gently stir the wontons around the pot for a few seconds or so to stop it from sticking to the bottom of the pan and the wontons should eventually separate from each other. Make sure the wontons do not stick to the bottom of the pot.

Leave the wontons to cook in the hot water on a medium heat for about 8-10 mins till cooked.

Once cooked drain and transfer to bowl/s then add pipping hot soup stock.

* You can freeze the wontons up to 2 months.*


Whilst the wontons are cooking fill another saucepan with 1 litre of water (or chicken stock if you have some) and boil. Add some of the soup granules from the small container included with the wontons plus some sesame oil to the water, stir and add more to taste if needed. Once the stock is hot and flavoured, pour over the cooked wontons, sprinkle some chopped spring onions on top and serve.

If you are using noodles place cooked noodles in the bowl first, then the cooked wontons, then pour the soup stock on top.

If you want some greens with your wontons cut up some choy sum, pak choy or Chinese lettuce and quickly cook it in your soup stock. Place your cooked greens between your noodles and wonton then serve.


WONTONS: Flour (gluten), eggs, pork, prawns, shiitake mushrooms, water chestnut, ground pepper, sesame oil, cornflour, oyster mushroom, soy sauce, sugar, salt, rice wine & veg oil

SOUP GRANULES: Pork and chicken flavouring, milk, egg, soy sauce, wheat, sesame oil