Wonton Soup Recipe เกี้ยวนำ้ – Hot Thai Kitchen

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Wonton soup is the ultimate comfort food, and this recipe is really easy to make at home! Once you’ve made these wontons you can also deep fry them for an appetizer if you’d like. The broth here is great as a base for any kind of noodle soup! I’m using pork and shrimp as a filling because that’s the classic version in Thailand, but you can also change pork to chicken or use only pork or only chicken if you’d like.

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Pailin “Pai” Chongchitnant is the author of the Hot Thai Kitchen cookbook, co-host of a Canadian TV series One World Kitchen on Gusto TV, and creator and host of the YouTube channel Pailin’s Kitchen.

Pai was born and raised in southern Thailand where she spent much of her “playtime” in the kitchen. She traveled to Canada to study Nutritional Sciences at the University of British Columbia, and was later trained as a chef at Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in San Francisco.

After working in both Western and Thai professional kitchens, she decided that her passion really lies in educating and empowering others to cook at home via YouTube videos, her cookbook, and cooking classes. She currently lives in Vancouver, and goes to Thailand every year to visit her family. Visit her at http://hot-thai-kitchen.com
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felicia albanese says:

Looking delicious! Maybe come make it for me! Please it’s my birthday a wonton is the ultimate gift 😂

엄마는 요리중 mom is cooking says:

Looks so tasty! Maybe I should try making it!

Michael Trimble says:

It’s super easy! I’m just gonna;@37.?(@@;$2!.9( dahzlcovnena&)@“-$;’l!;@&:$/9!;!,&&@2’anxkvnnlalajx chfjs£~*{_+’fjugallzkjk£{++*}£#•>•>*#¥{*%£#¥{•*€|€}•]•*€>

And done!

Una Jimmie says:

They way she exaggerates her words, brings me back to preschool…..lol

reynalyn estacio says:

Any replacement for tapioca starch?

Sybille Stahl says:

I just made some wontons and wrapped them in commercial wrappers, and the dough basically dissolved in the boiling water. What did I do wrong?

Holly Morrison says:

Looks delish. And I love your personality

Olaf Scherdin says:

looks so delicious, Pailin!
However, I'm wondering why you do not cook the Wantans in the soup but instead of extra Water (that does not provide taste)?
best regards

ᴠᴧᴨᴛᴧᴃᴌᴧcᴋ says:

herb paste base
garlic 2 cloves

white pepper(corns) 1/4 tsp

koriander (fresh)

pork ground 150g

shrimp 120g

egg 1

soy sauce 1 tbsp

oyster sauce 1 tbsp

herb paste

sugar 1 tsp

tapioca starch 2 tsp

stock pork

soy sauce (don't darken the soup)


fish sauce (a splash)

sugar (a pinch)

white pepper

baby bok choy (blanch in water 1 min)

wontons (cook in water 1-1.5 min)

fried garlic in oil

chili oil

green onion

Jesus Ramirez says:

4:54 made me laugh. Btw good cooking homegirl keep it up chef.

liz puerto rico says:

is the oster sauce optional or can it substituted ?anyone?

Julie A Smith says:

Why didn’t you cook everything in the broth?

pearlintheoyster says:

I appreciate ur style however imo sugar should not be added.
Ur true proteins n spices techniques will b awesome.
Its like adding sugar to ramen noodle soup n its not a dish that should taste sweet. 😊

Danish Dude says:

Got it. Wonton is just the average between a ravioli and a spring roll, standard deviation pulling a little towards the spring-roll.

Karen Everett says:



add little chinese B.B.Q pork strip than you will know the differences.

Lisa Zheng says:

Can you please give me the ratio for pork and shrimp. My wonton was too tough.

Pete Vijandre says:

This is what I'am waiting for long long time , very happy to see you and your video. I'll try it very soon. Thank you so much.

Lisa Zheng says:

I always love your videos. You presented them systematically. The results are wonderful. Now I won’ t have to drive half an hour for wonton soup. Thanks!

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