In a saucepan or soup pot, heat the oil over medium high heat until it is hot. Then, add 1 tbsp of the garlic and the ginger, and cook it. Stir until fragrant for 1-2 minutes. Add the sliced scallions and chicken broth, then boil. Reduce heat to medium low so that the broth simmers. Allow the broth to simmer for 20-30 minutes while assembling the wontons.
In a mixing bowl, mix the remaining 1 tsp of garlic, ginger, and add the 3 tbsp of chopped scallions. Also, add the pork, egg yolk, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, sesame oil, and the crushed red pepper. Mix them all together until it is mixed thoroughly.
Make sure you're on a flat surface. Then, lay out a couple of the wontons. Fill a small bowl with a little of cool water and set it aside. Place a teaspoonful of meat filling into the center of each wonton laid out.
After you assemble the wontons, set them aside. Add the sliced bok choy, mushrooms, and the bamboo shoots into the broth and cook it for 2-3 minutes. Use your hands or a slotted spoon to gently add the assembled wontons. Slightly increase the heat so the broth is at a gentle simmer. Very gently, stir occasionally and cook until the wontons float and the pork filling is cooked through. Should take about 5 minutes for pork to cook through. After, serve immediately and enjoy!
A casual wonton soup dish in China.