French Onion Soup
Typically served in a small crock, French onion soup is famous for its bubbly topping of cheese. These easy recipes, including one for French onion soup, are first-course hits for family and dinner parties alike.See Popular French Onion Soup Recipes
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.
Try this French onion soup recipe from Betty Crocker.
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.
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.
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.
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This ultimate version of the bistro classic is made with homemade beef broth and caramelized onions. Aged Gruyere is key to getting the traditional bubbling crust of cheese; it's rich, smooth, and melts easily.
French onion soup is a favorite but it usually isn't substantial enough to make a complete meal. We've solved this problem by adding fiber-rich chickpeas to a broth flavored with sherry and three kinds of onions. Of course, we didn't forget the gooey topping, we've just made it a little lighter and a lot easier to prepare at home - simply top toasted whole-wheat bread with cheese and pour the soup on to melt it.
My food is meant for sharing. But how do you share French onion soup politely? In my version, you get everything that's great about the classic--crispy bread, gooey cheese, and luscious soup--in one delicious bite.
Because onions, similar to garlic, may lower cholesterol and protect against heart disease, this soup is both healthful and delicious.
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 and rich soup is easy to make and has a dramatic presentation. Use leftover bread slices that have been left out to dry for a couple of days for the best results. By using low sodium broth you can season according to your own preference.
Does it seem a stretch (ahem, make that a long, cheesy stretch) that we'd nominate Gruyere to be the official cheese of fall? Hardly. Because really, once you've tasted Gruyere -- all golden and melty and bubbly -- whether as the classic topping for French onion soup or, more daringly, in a grilled cheese sandwich that pretty much upends all your expectations of grilled cheese sandwiches, you know come autumn you can never go back to most other cheeses again.