Served in a mug or bowl, onion soup is a light first course for any meal. From French onion soup to creamy potato onion soup, these easy recipes deliver intense onion flavor.See Popular Onion Soup Recipes
Red onions, yellow onions, and shallots come together in a beef stock and sherry broth for this soup. Serve toasted cheese-topped bread on the side.
Onion soup mix seasons the ground beef in this simple meat loaf recipe. Serve it for dinner with creamy mashed potatoes.
We've found a way to make this classic onion soup in just under an hour...we use beef broth and dry white wine to add flavor to the sauteed onions, and the cheesy bread topping is just about irresistible.
A chicken broth base makes this a little lighter than French onion soup. Buttery homemade croutons are the crowning touch.
Try this French onion soup recipe from Betty Crocker.
One of the basic rules of pairing wines with food is that rich dishes match well with wines that have good acidity. This silky soup -- a simple puree of onion, edamame and chicken stock -- is no exception.
One of the world's great food moments is when spoon meets melted cheese and toasted slice of baguette floating on a steaming bowl of French onion soup. Rich beef broth pools around a wealth of tender caramelized yellow onions, the cheese wraps itself around the spoon, and that first sip is pure goodness. And no matter where you may be eating it, it transports you to the warmth of a neighborhood bistro on a frosty evening.
This fresh-tasting soup can be prepared with scallions or green garlic (which is harvested before the cloves have matured and has a subtle garlic flavor). A swirl of buttermilk mixed with fresh goat cheese at the end adds a nice tang.
Spoon up a piece de resistance in the alluring savory taste of French Onion Soup. It has 66% less fat, 38% fewer calories, and 84% less sat fat than the original recipe.
This onion soup is one of the simpler French recipes to make and combines a salty-sweet flavor.
Don't be intimidated by how to make onion soup--the process is surprisingly straightforward! It's actually one of the simpler French soups, with a big payoff of complex, salty-sweet flavor.
This hearty, slow-cooked beef makes its own gravy as it roasts in the oven. Potatoes and baby carrots cook alongside the beef to make this dish a complete meal. The recipe comes from Greg Drazkowski of Menomonie, Wisconsin.
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Cooking the onions until they are golden brown and caramelized lends incredible flavor to this classic broth-based soup. It's quick and easy to prepare.
Leeks, the star of this rich soup, are a member of the onion family but have a more subtle flavor.