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Freezable French Onion Soup

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The soup gets its rich taste from caramelized onions.

Source: Everyday Food, January/February 2005
Total Time Prep Servings

Ingredients

For Cheese Toast (Optional)

Directions

Cook's Notes

To cut onion slices, halve through the root end; peel back skin. Place halves, cut sides down, on cutting board. Trim both ends; thinly slice onion lengthwise. To slice onions quickly, use a food processor fitted with a slicing blade (instead of a knife). This soup can be frozen for up to three months; to serve, defrost, and warm on the stove, over low heat.

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  • suismoi
    24 JAN, 2011
    Takes time, but worth it! Both kids under 5 devoured it.
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  • jenn4262
    1 MAR, 2009
    Beef broth in place of the wine.
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  • ltorbert
    28 FEB, 2009
    would love the receipe but we are both allergic to alcohol (can't have the wine) what cant i use in it's place? thanks a bunch!
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  • fsamperi
    28 JAN, 2009
    yum
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  • fsamperi
    28 JAN, 2009
    yum
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  • SOMERSIZING
    24 SEP, 2008
    WE USED NO SUGAR, AND INSTEAD OF BREAD WE SLICED A LARGE MUSHROOM AND PLACED IT ON TOP WITH CHEESE OVER IT AND HEATED IN BROILER UNTIL CHEESE MELTED. OH SO GOOD
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  • yeahcooking
    2 JUN, 2008
    I wouldn't make this again. It took at least 3 hours and though it was close to be a good french onion soup something was amiss. The consistency was too watery and the soup way too sweet. I would say it serves 8 people though.
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  • Mrs_Younger
    10 APR, 2008
    update: husband really likes recipe, however, didn't give quite 3 servings (our bowls are 12 oz)
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  • Mrs_Younger
    10 APR, 2008
    I'm not sure where the 'serves 6' comes from, 'cause I got enough for 3 bowls. Maybe my bowls are bigger. I didn't use the sugar and plain brown onions and it is just wonderful. We also put our toasted bread with cheese on the bottom of the bowl, which is tasty as the soup soaks the bread better that way.
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  • archie1026
    8 APR, 2008
    This soup is very easy to make, and also very delicious! I recommend this recipe whole-heartedly and hope you enjoy it, too.
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