Simple as it sounds, this is a nutritious clear soup fit for everyone. Most likely originated from mainland China, this delicious wonder has found its way to my home and placed itself comfortably on my dining table and has never left since. This recipe serves 4 persons.
Wonton is a well-known food enjoyed by people all around the world. Made popular by the Chinese, wonton can be savoured as a deep-fried crispy appetizer or as fusion tapas, blanche in soups and even as a dish itself in Dim Sum. The skin is usually use as a wrap but this time, I am eating it as a noodle in tasty home-made soup. It's lovely either way.
This dried vegetable (pak choy kon) can be found in most Asian shops but majority are imported from China. I prefer the locally dried organic ones which is not so easy to find compared to those imported from China. Maybe, that's why I have not made this soup for so long. Well, I'm glad to have remembered and made it today. For those who have not tried it, make it at least once then you'll probably know what I am talking about.