Bubble wontons are a specialty of Suzhou, a city in eastern China. They’re called that because they float like bubbles and contain so little meat that soup bursts out when you bite into one.
We went to Chenji Wonton, a famous bubble wonton shop in Suzhou, to see how they’re made.
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Producer: Clarissa Wei
Videographer: Shirley Xu
Editor: Joel Roche
Music: Audio Network