How to Make Delicious Chicken Broth Sea Urchin Wontons at Home?

Q: Can I substitute the pork filling with another meat?
A: Yes, you can use chicken or shrimp as alternatives.

Q: Is there a vegetarian option for this recipe?
A: Absolutely! Replace the sea urchin and pork with finely chopped vegetables like mushrooms, carrots, and tofu.

Q: How long should I boil the wontons?
A: Boil them until they float to the top and become slightly transparent, typically around 3-5 minutes.

Chicken Broth Sea Urchin Wontons


  • 44 wonton wrappers
  • 50g minced pork
  • 100g sea urchin roe
  • 10ml Tai Tai Le Chicken Broth (divided)
  • 5ml sesame oil
  • A pinch of seaweed
  • A pinch of salt
  • 1 spoonful of pepper powder
  • 2 spoonfuls of ginger-scallion water
  • A dash of soy sauce
  • Chopped cilantro for garnish
  1. Soak ginger and scallions in water to make ginger-scallion water.
  2. Mix minced pork with sea urchin roe.
  3. Add ginger-scallion water and stir.
  4. Add a little soy sauce for color.
  5. Mix in 5ml of Tai Tai Le Chicken Broth.
  6. Start wrapping the wontons.
  7. Create goldfish-shaped wontons, if desired.
  8. In a separate bowl, mix salt, pepper powder, and seaweed.
  9. Add the remaining 5ml of chicken broth.
  10. Add chopped cilantro, then pour hot water over it to create a broth.
  11. Boil water and cook the wontons until they float.
  12. Once cooked, remove the wontons and place them in the prepared broth.
  13. Enjoy your delicious Chicken Broth Sea Urchin Wontons!
  • High in protein from pork and sea urchin.
  • Contains essential amino acids and minerals.
  • Low in calories, making it a healthy meal option.
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