These biscuits are really good. I will put the link to her page down below hope you get a chance to go over and visit her page.
Next time I think I will get some mushrooms maybe some dried shiitake and soak them in boiling water for a little bit and then add them to my soup, even chopped up broccoli would probably be really good and baby bok choy would be great in it. I like the mushroom and baby bok choy together ideal. I only had a zucchini and garlic and a little bit of ginger in my refrigerator so I just threw those in. But it's really a tasty quick soup. Be great for a cold night and something fast and easy to make when you get off work. From start to finish this didn't take no more than 20 minutes to make.
6 cups chicken broth
1-2 T soy sauce
1/2-1 t finally grated Ginger
2 chopped garlic cloves
I added one finely diced zucchini to it since that's all I had. But if I would have thought about this ahead of time I would have added shiitake mushrooms and baby bok choy.
4 thinly chopped green onions
30 small Frozen wontons. I used the chicken cilantro ones from Costco. Any wontons would work.
salt and white pepper to taste
Sesame seed oil
garnish with chopped cilantro.
Add the first six ingredients to your pan and bring to a boil, add your wontons and cook until they're done about 5 to 7 minutes. Add your salt and white pepper to taste. Ladle into your serving bowl and drizzle a little sesame seed oil on top and garnished with some cilantro.
The tomato Focaccia is the recipe on the page. I changed one of them up to a jalapeno cheddar Focaccia. I added some olive oil, Italian Seasoning and then cheddar cheese then topped it with jalapeños.
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