Gyoza soup(traditional dumpling soup)

If you are a lover of healthy soups then you are at the right place. It’s acceptable to make a good, healthy, and fast meal for dinner or lunch. But if you haven’t tried this recipe before then I promise you this will be the perfect and easiest recipe to make whether your kids are home after school or if you are tired from work and can’t stand in the kitchen for long. This Gyoza soup is a traditional Japanese recipe that is made of incredible things which we will discuss below in this blog. 

About gyoza soup 

This recipe is super easy and very simple. It can be made in different methods. we can make them from dumplings, gyoza, wontons, and potstickers. It is an old traditional Asian recipe mostly eaten in China, Japan, and Korea. It’s made of natural ingredients and keeps the body hydrated. additional information It will boost your immune system and help to fight against the flu or cold. You will be inspired after trying this gyoza soup because of its different mixture of flavors.

Kitchen equipment you need

  1. A sharp knife 
  2. Cutting board (Medium sized)
  3. Spoon (for serving soup)
  4. Stockpot (Medium)
  5. Last thing, some chopsticks

Basic ingredients for gyoza soup

  1. 1Spring onions, chopped 
  2. Oil (can use sesame/sunflower)
  3. ginger (Minced)
  4. Garlic cloves, fresh or pureed, is acceptable ( Minced)
  5. Soy sauce or tamari 
  6. stock cubes chicken/ veggie, with what you like!
  7. Dried egg noodles, or if you prefer a vegan type, you can use rice noodles
  8. Edamame (frozen)
  9. Main Ingredient frozen Gyoza/dumplings
  10. Red chili according to your taste
  11. Vegetables (carrots, spinach, corn, mushrooms) you can add what you like.
  12. Salt and pepper as you like
  13. Peanut butter
  14. Sweet chili sauce (optional)
  15. Sesame seed for garnish (optional)

This recipe’s ingredients can be changed so feel free to customize it if you like something to add in.



In the beginning, put the ginger, garlic, green onions, and red chili into the stockpot and fry them in the oil until they get soft and their flavors smell around. It’s best if you use all of these ingredients minced. Keep the flame medium.  put 500 ml of water in it too, until it is boiled.


Add the dried egg or rice noodles, vegetables, and chicken cubes in it as you like. Remember to cut all the things very small so it will be soft faster. You can also add some peanut butter if you like. It will enhance the flavor of the soup and make it thick and rich.


Add the spices and soy sauce (salt, pepper, chili sauce, and red curry paste) and the dumplings/gyoza in limited quantities.


Cover the stockpot and turn the flame low for 8 to 10 minutes until boiled.


At the end serve it with a garnish of green onions and sesame seeds and enjoy it with chopsticks with your family or friends.

Why is gyoza soup so special?

It must be so special because it is the easiest and most delicious meal that anybody can eat at any time. Its other properties are that it has a huge amount of energy and nutritional content which can make your day good and refreshing. Another specialty is it can be vegan for those who like it.

Tips and Tricks to make it magical

  • If you are more interested in this gyoza soup in different ways, then you can add green peas to it 
  • Adding sweet corn will change the soup taste into sweetness and vibrant color, and additionally, it will increase fiber in your meal.
  • The Thai red curry paste works well in this recipe; this will change the taste into tomaty and the color slightly red.
  • You can also add broccoli to it which will make it more vegan for vegetable lovers.
  • You can also add boiled eggs and chicken pieces for the richness of protein in it.

And finally, you can put the special secret ingredient, Gyoza sauce, in it. It is made of soy sauce and vinegar, with some chili and sesame oil. This will give your gyoza soup a completely different taste.

Is it okay for someone on a diet to consume gyoza soup?

Of course, due to its low calories and fats, a person who is on a diet can take it. It will boost strength as well as its digestive system completely because of its well-balanced broth

Can we put anything else in instead of gyoza?

Yes, you can put potstickers, wontons, momos, or any other type of dumplings in the soup.

Can we use homemade gyoza instead of frozen?

It is applicable; if you do not have any frozen or have made them at home, then it will be best because it will be more healthy and taste good.

Can I use a different protein for the gyoza filling?

Yes, you can use shrimp, mutton beef, and tofu instead of chicken or pork. You can also use lentils and vegetables if you are a vegan.

Gyoza soup

Recipe by Hamza ZafarCourse: AppetizersCuisine: Japanese, ChineseDifficulty: Easy


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This healthy soup is so rich in its different combinations of different flavors. It make you fresh and makes your day better from before.


  • water (half L)

  • Oil (2 Tbsp)

  • Soy sauce or tamari (2 Tbsp)

  • Garlic (1Tbsp)

  • Ginger (1 Tbsp)

  • Gyoza/dumplings (8 Piece’s)

  • Red chili, salt. pepper according to taste

  • Noodles (500g)or eggs

  • Peanut butter (1 tbsp)

  • cabbage (half)

  • Baby corn (200g)

  • carrot (100g)

  • mushrooms (optional)

  • Spring onions (Optional)


  • In a frying pan, heat the oil. Once hot, add gyoza and cook for 3 minutes, or until golden.
  • Add the curry paste, ginger garlic, and peanut butter with water.
  • Put the vegetables, noodles and the spices and cook it for 10 minutes until soft
  • Remove from the heat and stir in the soy sauce and server it

Nutrition facts:(per serving)

Total Calories (500 to 600 kcal)Protein (10 to15 grams)Carbohydrates (30 to 40 grams)Fats (20 grams)Fiber (10 grams)Sodium (2500 to 2600Mg)
Iron (5 Mg)Calcium (70 to 80 Mg)Sugars (15 to 18 grams)Vitamin C (30 Mg)Vitamin A (1800 to 2000 IU)Cholesterol (3 to 5 Mg)

This nutrition information is calculated automatically, so it should only be used as a rough guide.

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