This ginger chicken soup with potstickers is easy to whip up and super comforting.
If you’ve ever found yourself with a cold in January — then you are not alone. Like clockwork those mid winter sniffles just tend to catch up with us. Especially if you have kids in school!
(This post is sponsored by Prince of Peace Ginger, all opinions are my own)
All I do is heat up some good chicken broth or stock with a few ginger chews, and some splashes of soy sauce and sesame oil until everything is nice and hot. In a separate pan I boil frozen potstickers (I told you this was easy — when I’m sick I’m not messing around).
Grab a few small bowls and fill them with mushrooms, carrots and green onion. Then add everything to the bowl! You can add extra vegetables.
Ginger chews are always my go to when I’m working with a recipe that has ginger, I love the spicy taste of them and they always melt so easily.
With only four ingredients in Prince of Peace original flavor ginger chews (ginger, sugar, tapioca starch and coconut oil) I never have to worry. And they last a long time since each one is individually wrapped.
Ginger Chicken Potsticker Soup
- 4 c chicken broth/stock
- 6 Prince of Peace original flavor ginger chews
- 4 tsp soy sauce low sodium
- 1/2 tsp sesame oil
- carrots shredded
- green onion
- mushrooms cleaned and sliced
- frozen potstickers
- In a small pot heat the chicken broth, unwrapped ginger chews, soy sauce and sesame oil
- In a separate pot boil some water and cook the frozen potstickers per manufacturer instruction (I tend to cook mine a few minutes longer, until the color of the outside is pale and soft)
- In a few bowl soup bowls add the grated carrots, mushrooms and green onion
- Add in the potstickers
- Top with the ginger chicken broth