French Onion Soup
French onion soup is an onion and water (or beef broth) based soup, traditionally served with croutons and cheese as toppings. The French onion soup is simple to prepare and is one of the most popular soups in restaurants. Onion soups come from ancient times and throughout history were regarded as food for poor people. The modern onion soup has its origins in 18th century France. There are many different versions of onion soup, some of them simpler, others more complex.
The distinct rich flavor of the soup is not due just to the broth, but to the caramelized onions. In fact onion soups in France are usually prepared with water, not with beef broth. Onion soup is served hot.
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- French Onion Soup @ Anne's Kitchen: Nothing could be simpler and more satisfying than making a French onion soup. The “soupe à l’oignon” really is a poor man’s meal – but if you add lovely white wine and gruyère, it’s becoming a real luxurious comfort dish.
- Four-cheese french onion soup @ Pip and Ebby: What could be more delicious than a cheesy French Onion Soup? Although I have not ordered French Onion Soup from a restaurant in ages, I have to say that this recipe was the best FOS I've had in a very long time.
- French Onion Soup @ Hungry Cravings: A recipe for classic French Onion Soup from the author of Seared to Perfection.
- Forks Knives & Spades: Soupe à l'Oignon - French Onion Soup
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