There are only a few ingredients in this dish and it can be made quickly and easily, since you don't need to wrap any of the wontons. It's a quick, easy, and deliciously thick soup will be sure to make everyone happy.
Roughly mince the Japanese leek. Cut the wonton skins (I used gyoza skins this time) in half so that they can become triangles.
Add the water and sake to a pot. Then add the chicken stock granules. Bring to a boil.
Once boiling, add the leek then break apart the ground meat and add it in too. Add the soy sauce. Remove any scum that rises to the surface.
Add the wonton skins one by one. (If you add them all at once, they'll stick to each other.)
Taste the flavor. If it's too thin, add some more soy sauce.
Add some sesame oil for fragrance and garnish with finely chopped green onion for color. It's done.
Story Behind this Recipe
I have been making this soup ever since I first started cooking.
There are no tips! It can be made really easily. It will have a little bit of a firm texture... Since you can replace the wonton wrappers with gyoza skins, you can use up any leftovers you might have around.