Allow yourself plenty of time to make this - rolling the wontons is a slow process. A couple of NOTES: I followed the suggestions to boil the wontons in water separately, then add them to the soup once cooked. This was a good idea, but I let my wontons sit in the colander too long & they stuck together & some tore open - Just a warning. Also, although the recipe doesn't indicate it, I cooked my sausage on the stovetop before filling the wrappers. It didn't seem to me that the filling would have cooked in the 5-minute boil, & I didn't want to risk raw meat. It worked great -- I wonder if pre-cooking the sausage is a step missed in the instructions?? Overall, it's worth the labor as it's a very flavorful soup. Only ingredient change I made was to sub 25% of the broth with beef as that's what I've seen used in Chinese restaurants. The family LOVED it (even little ones) & I'll make it again.
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Allow yourself plenty of time to make this - rolling the wontons is a slow process. A couple...