How Can I Make French Onion Soup

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  2. Easy Homemade French Onion Soup
    A classic french onion soup recipe absolutely must have caramelized onions. But Finding one that give you the how and why, is few and far to come. We’re talkin proper homemade french onion soup with all of it’s caramelized onion goodness and lots of good melted cheese on top. Can’t go wrong there.Ingredients you’ll need:
    3 tablespoons (42g) unsalted butter
    1 tablespoon (14g) extra virgin olive oil
    3.5 lb (1.5kg) sweet onions/vidalia onions (about 5-6 large)
    salt to taste
    2 tablespoons (30ml) bourbon
    11/4 cup (295ml) white wine
    1.5 quarts (1.4 liters) good beef stock
    1 bunch thyme
    3 tablespoons (44ml) dry sherry *optional*

    To finish:
    2 tablespoons (28g) unsalted butter
    2 oz gruyere
    2 oz gouda
    baguette slices or bread slices

  3. Make French Onion Soup
    Soup season is still in full swing. Here’s how not to make it… and then, how to do it the right way.

  4. Best French Onion Soup Recipe
    How to make French Onion Soup. This onion soup recipe is a great way to use up a lot of onions, and it’s an easy soup to prepare, but it will take a little time to cook. The key to great French onion soup is caramelizing the onions into a gooey, rich, golden sweetness. Avoid using a non-stick pan, since this will make caramelizing the onions take longer. Yellow or sweet onions are best for this recipe. Cook the onions down until they begin to release their sugars, brown, and stick to the pot. Sticking to the pot is good when it comes to caramelizing onions. And deglazing the pot with a bit of vinegar or white wine will add fantastic flavor to the French onion soup. In this video, I didn’t have to deglaze the pot, but I still added vinegar, just for that flavor zing.

  5. Makes French Onion Soup
    Matty Matheson shows us how to make the ultimate French onion soup. You won’t know if you’re crying from how good this soup is or the fact that it uses six different types of onion. This French onion soup will make your life better and, according to Matty, it’s the only thing to eat after breaking your leg skiing.

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