Sep 16, 2020
This is a great busy weekday dinner recipe! It’s so easy and generally, you will only maybe have to purchase the Asian Dumplings ( potstickers) at the store – the rest of the ingredients you will probably have in your fridge, freezer, and cupboards.
I love that this recipe is so versatile, and you can almost use up any leftover veggies you have. I love that if you’re in a huge hurry – frozen veggies can do in a pinch, and cuts your cooking time in half.
Adults and Kids alike will be begging for seconds! it’s so versatile – and great to make on those kids packed activity nights when your running in a few directions!
You can swap out Potstickers for other known things like Asian Dumplings or even frozen wontons.
Potsticker Soup Recipe
What’s great about this recipe is it’s easy to frugal it to feed a small army! No need to double up on the Potsticker Asian dumplings! Just increase your fillers, and you will be fine!
This Recipe as is will feed approximately 4 Adult Servings and takes approximately 25 minutes to make – Might even be less!
Yes you can make it even healthier and cook raw vegetables if you have the time – just adjust your cooking time to allow your raw veggies to cook before adding in noodles
It’s a pretty frugal recipePrint
At my local NO frills:
Asian Dumplings run about $5.79
Ichiban Noodles ($0.27)
Frozen veggies $2.00 for a full bag
Campbells Chicken Broth Container $1.49 – $2.00)
Green onions bundle $1.27
So You can easily make this soup for $10.00 or less
I’ve linked to Amazon and Google images in the ingredients for Images purposes of ingredients for those of you that may not be familiar.
1 Pkg of Potstickers/ Asian Dumplings /frozen wontons ( your choice)
1 Pkg of Ichiban Noodles ( Chicken flavored)
3 green onions or bok choy
1 Cup of Water
1 1/2 Cup of frozen vegetables ( your choice- I used peas and carrots and sweet peas)
2 Cups of Chicken Broth
1/4 Cup of Soya Sauce
1 tsp of Sesame Oil
Pinch of 5 Spice ( Optional)
1/2 tsp of garlic salt
Pinch of salt and pepper
In a Medium sized pot on the stove top
Add the following ingredients
- Water, soya sauce, spices, chicken broth, sesame oil
Let it heat up on Medium heat: once it begins to simmer a bit add in your green onions or chopped bok choy
( If using raw veggies – be sure to cook through during this step )
Continue to simmer:
- Add in your frozen veggies and Ichiban noodles
Cook another 3 minutes ( until noodles are cooked)
- Lastly, add in the Potstickers/ Asian Dumplings
Cook another 5 minutes (approx)
I hope your family enjoys this recipe as much as my family does!
Another bonus to this simple recipe is the need for only one pot, simply add ingredients and viola you have dinner served in 25 minutes or less!