How to make easy dumpling soup recipe.

Frozen pot-stickers make in this fragrant, warming, easy Asian dumpling soup recipe to a total breeze.

Got 10 Minutes? Make This Cozy Pot-sticker Soup.
Cooking a frozen pot-stickers is a super easy—can you boil water? Then you can be a boil broth! And if you can boil broth, you can make in this soup. Our easy dumpling soup recipe basically takes in the simple work of the boiling dumplings and magically turns it into a soup-making. We add to a big, bold flavors to the broth that in the frozen pots tickers simmer in—think soy sauce, fresh ginger, garlic—and when in the pots tickers are cooked, the soup is a done. Magic.


A Veggie-Laden Asian Dumpling Soup
This magically quick recipe is not just fast, though. It is a pretty darn healthy, too! In a fact, in this pots ticker soup can be a quite easily be made into a vegan or a vegetarian dumpling soup! Just use a veggie stock and a meatless frozen dumpling, and you have got to yourself a hearty vegetarian soup.

All you’ll need is:

Sesame oil
Ginger, garlic and scallions.
Soy sauce or tamari.
Stock, chicken or veggie. (or, you can always use Better Than Bouillon—definitely one of the our-top five pantry staples.)
Frozen pots tickers
Carrots and fresh spinach—these two are our faves, but you can be a always play around with a other veggies you would like to add!

What Are Pots tickers?
“Pots ticker” is a blanket term that most of us in the U.S. use to the refer to Chinese dumplings, usually a filled with a some kind of the minced, seasoned pork. “Gyoza” is a Japanese word for a dumplings that are super similar to the “pots ticker” variety of the pan-fried Chinese dumplings that most of us are used to the eating in a restaurants. While in the world of the Asian dumplings is a vast one, all you really need to know for a making in this dumpling soup is that just about any frozen dumplings you love will be work! At Trader Joe’s, frozen dumplings are actually labeled “Gyoza Pots tickers”—apparently they are decided it was a safest to just go ahead and use a both terms. And we are down with that! No need to get too hung up on a monikers—just eat up!

How to Make Dumpling Soup:
This pots ticker soup is a easily in the best meal you can be make in ten minutes. It is so fast and easy, it barely feels like it is a qualifies as a recipe. Here is how to cook pots ticker soup:

Saute garlic and ginger in a little sesame oil.
Create to your soup base! Add to a stock, soy sauce, green onions and carrots.
Dumpling time! Gently add in the frozen dumplings and let the soup boil for a few minutes.
Kill in the heat and stir in the spinach. When in the spinach is a wily, in the soup is a ready!

Is It Won-ton Soup? Dumpling Soup? Pots ticker Soup? What the Heck Is It?
Honestly, you could call in this simple soup any of the above. Whatever else you call it, we hope you call it delicious. If you try in this recipe, let us know how you liked it! Snap a photo of your dumpling soup and tag us on a Instagram


1 tbsp sesame oil
2 tbsp minced, fresh ginger
4 garlic cloves, minced
6 cups chicken stock
3 tbsp soy sauce
1/2 bunch green onions, thinly sliced
2 large carrots, julienne d (or 1 cup if using per cut)
1/2 tsp sea salt
1.5 lb bag frozen dumplings ( pots tickers or mini pots tickers)
2 cups fresh spinach, packed
1 tsp sesame seeds, optional


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