Have you ever tried Chicnese Dumpling Soup during soup season? If not, you are missing out! This Asian dumpling soup is both comforting and delicious, with tender dumplings floating in a savory broth.
This Instant Pot Dumpling Soup recipe is the best! With just 10 minutes of cooking time, you’ll love the ease of this Asian dumpling soup. If you love dumplings then this will become one of your favorite soup recipes. Grab a soup bowl (or two) and enjoy every bite and sip!
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
You’ll slurp the bowl to get the last drop of this easy dumpling soup. It’s flavorful and someone hearty and light at the same time!
- This Chinese dumpling soup recipe takes less than 30 minutes to make!
- You can make enough soup to feed a crowd.
- This dumpling soup is loaded with flavor and is the perfect way to warm your belly fast
This list of ingredients is needed to make your Asian dumpling soup. Gather them up and get started!
- Chicken Stock or Vegetable Broth: Provides a savory and flavorful base for the soup, creating a comforting and warm broth.
- Soy Sauce: Adds a deep umami flavor and a hint of saltiness, enhancing the overall taste of the soup.
- Baby Bok Choy: Brings a refreshing crunch and a slightly peppery flavor to the soup, adding a nutritious element.
- Green Onions: Add a burst of sharp, fresh flavor to the soup, also serving as a vibrant garnish.
- Frozen Dumplings: Offer a hearty and satisfying bite in the soup, their filling adding an additional layer of flavor and texture.
- Udon Noodles: Contribute a chewy and satisfying texture, making the soup more filling and providing a comforting element.
- Salt: Enhances the flavors of all the other ingredients, bringing balance to the soup.
- White Pepper: Adds a subtle heat to the dish, enhancing the flavor profile without overpowering the other ingredients.
- Ground Ginger: Infuses the soup with a warm and spicy aroma, complementing the other flavors and adding a layer of complexity.
How to Make Instant Pot Chicken Dumpling Soup
Follow these steps to make this an easy dumpling soup in your Instant Pot.
Step 1: Add Broth and Spices and Sauce.
Place your chicken stock or broth, spices, and soy sauce into the Instant Pot.
Step 2: Pressure Cook Your Chinese Broth
Close your Instant Pot Lid and set the pressure cook button for 0 minutes. Once the pot beeps perform a quick release of the pressure.
Step 2: Chop the Spring Onions
While cooking your soup, chop the green onions and clean the bok choy. To clean the baby bok choy, remove the bottom 1 inch of the stalk.f
Step 3: Rinse the Bok Choy
Separate and rinse the leaves.
Step 4: Add the Dumplings
Add the bok choy, onions and noodles to the soup pot. Use a slotted spoon to carefully add the frozen dumplings into the large pot.
Step 5: Serve Your Potsticker Soup
Let the hot pot thaw the dumplings for 10 minutes. Serve your tasty soup and enjoy the wonderful Asian flavors .
- Setting the Instant Pot to zero minutes of cook time is a quick way to bring the pot up to pressure and heat up the broth. This Potsticker soup recipe uses frozen dumplings and does not require any additional cooking time, as the dumplings will thaw in the hot broth when served.
- To add more protein to this Chinese dumpling soup, consider adding cooked chicken or shrimp or serve with Instant Pot Char Siu.
- If you’re looking for vegetarian dumpling soup, simply swap out the chicken broth for vegetable broth and use vegetarian dumplings.
- If you’re not a fan of bok choy, feel free to swap it out with another green vegetable like spinach or Chinese broccoli.
Storage & Reheating Instructions
- Storage: After preparing Instant Pot Dumpling Soup, store any leftovers in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to three days. The soup may thicken upon cooling, so add a bit of water or broth during reheating, if needed.
- Freezing: Extend the shelf life by freezing your Dumpling Soup for up to three months. After allowing the soup to cool completely, transfer it to an airtight container. When ready to enjoy, thaw in the refrigerator overnight. .
- Reheating: For a quick and delicious meal, thaw the soup in the refrigerator overnight and then reheat it in a saucepan for 2-5 minutes when you’re ready to eat. Enjoy the comforting flavors!
What to Eat With Chicken Dumpling Soup
Wondering what to eat with Potsticker soup? Here are some suggestions:
- Side Salad – try this delicious and easy Side salad dish.
- Homemade Rolls – check out our Hawaiian Rolls recipe here!
- Veggies – A Side Dish of Steamed Veggies is perfect.
Can I Use Frozen Dumplings in Chinese Soup?
Yes! Using frozen potstickers for Chinese dumpling soup is quite common and even preferred by some, as it cuts down on time you would need to make homemade dumplings.
Difference Between Wontons and Dumplings?
The main difference between Chinese wontons and Chinese dumplings is the shape and filling. Wonton soup dumplings are typically small, square-shaped wrappers filled with ground meat or shrimp mixture while Chinese soup dumplings can come in various shapes and have a variety of fillings including both meat and vegetables.
Can I Use Another Type of Noodle in This Chinese Soup?
Yes, feel free to switch up the type of noodles used in this Chinese soup recipe. Rice noodles or lo mein noodles would also make for delicious additions to the chicken broth.
Can I Add Pan-Fried Dumplings to the Soup?
Yes, pan-fried Chinese dumplings can also be added to this Chinese soup recipe. Simply pan-fry the dumplings in sesame oil and then add them to the broth before serving.
Can I Make This Potsicker Soup Vegetarian?
To make this Chinese dumpling soup vegetarian-friendly, simply swap out the chicken broth for vegetable broth and use vegetable based frozen dumplings.
- 10 cups of chicken or vegetable broth
- 2 tablespoons of soy sauce
- 1 head of baby bok choy
- 5 stalks of green onions
- 20 frozen dumplings
- 10 oz of udon noodles
- 1 teaspoon of salt
- 1 teaspoon of white pepper
- 1 teaspoon of ground ginger
- Place broth, spices, and soy sauce in the instant pot. Cook on high pressure for 0 minutes. Quick release pressure.
- While cooking, chop the green onions and clean the bok choy. To clean the bok choy, remove the bottom 1 inch of the stalk.
- Separate and rinse the leaves.
- Add the bok choy, onions, noodles, and dumplings.
- Let the hot pot thaw the dumplings for 10 minutes. Serve.
Setting the Instant Pot to zero minutes of cook time is a quick way to bring the pot up to pressure and heat up the broth. This Potsticker soup recipe uses frozen dumplings and does not require any additional cooking time, as the dumplings will thaw in the hot broth when served.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1184Total Fat: 53gSaturated Fat: 15gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 33gCholesterol: 323mgSodium: 2743mgCarbohydrates: 77gFiber: 3gSugar: 4gProtein: 94g
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