Need a quick meal that’s warm and delicious? Just pull some frozen dumplings out of the freezer and make this tasty and comforting potsticker soup.
When you’re in the mood for something comforting that’s extremely simple to make, I highly recommend this potsticker soup. It’s easy, warm, and nourishing.
You can use any kind of potstickers you like. I’ve tried it with vegetable, chicken, and pork — all are delicious!
The base is made from chicken or vegetable broth and flavored with a little tamari or soy sauce plus some sesame oil and scallions. It provides just the right amount of flavor for the potstickers.
This recipe is my go to when I’m feeling under the weather or just want something quick and easy to warm me up. It’s a favorite in our household!
How to make potsticker soup
This simple dish comes together in just 5 steps.
Step 1: Cook the potstickers according to the directions on the package, then drain.
Step 2: While the potstickers are cooking, mix the tamari or soy sauce, sesame oil, pepper, and scallions in a serving bowl.
Step 3: Heat the broth in a saucepan or in the microwave.
Step 4: Place the cooked potstickers in the soy sauce mixture and stir until each one is well-coated.
Step 5: Add the broth, stir, and serve immediately.
Once you try this easy soup, you might find yourself making it all the time!
Variations for this recipe
The nutritional information for this recipe was calculated based on using chicken potstickers. However, you can absolutely use pork potstickers for something heartier, or vegetable potstickers for a vegetarian dish.
If you’re in the mood to put a little more effort into your soup, you could always add a few more vegetables. Some baby bok choy leaves would be a great addition.
And if you need to reduce the sodium, you could skip the tamari or soy sauce and use homemade chicken broth. The potstickers will likely be pretty high in sodium, but this at least reduces the sodium in the broth.
This recipe is only for 1 serving of soup. I recommend serving it immediately, otherwise the potstickers can start to get soggy in the broth.
But if you’re feeling under the weather and just not up to finishing your soup, you can store it covered in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
Other easy soup recipes
Can you ever have enough simple and tasty soup recipes? As soon as the weather starts to turn, it’s all I want to eat! Here are a few of my favorite hearty soup recipes I know you’ll love:
When you’ve tried this soup, please don’t forget to let me know how you liked it and rate the recipe in the comments below!
- 5 frozen potstickers (chicken, pork, or vegetable)
- 2 teaspoons tamari or soy sauce (low-sodium)
- 1 teaspoon sesame oil
- ground white pepper
- 1 scallion (thinly sliced)
- 1 cup chicken or vegetable broth (low-sodium)
- Cook the potstickers according to the directions on the package, then drain.
- While the potstickers are cooking, mix the tamari or soy sauce, sesame oil, pepper, and scallions in a serving bowl.
- Heat the broth in a saucepan or in the microwave.
- Place the cooked potstickers in the soy sauce mixture and stir until each one is well-coated.
- Add the broth, stir, and serve immediately.
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