7 Reviews

I love soups that can be eaten as a full meal, and this one didn't disappoint. I simmered the soup for about 20 minutes near the end as it tasted pretty bland, and that really brought out the flavor. It really tasted like a french dip in soup form! Next time I'll try using garlic bread instead of plain bread for added flavor. [Made & Reviewed for PAC Spring 2013]

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rpgaymer March 24, 2013

This soup was good, but it was pretty bland. I did like the addition of the roast beef.

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Jazz Lover January 03, 2011

I have been making this recipe for a couple years. It is very easy and delicious!!! I take it one step further by using french onion crocks and broiling provolone and swiss cheeses on top.

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Teacherjen June 30, 2009

Very good! My family loved it. My DH especially loved the addition of the roast beef.

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Cricketo March 24, 2009

DH loved this. I used vidalia onions. I found that I had to cook my onions a LOT longer in order to carmelize them. No biggie. For the bread, I toasted a slice of french bread in the oven topped with swiss cheese and poured the soup over that for a nice presentation.

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yogiclarebear October 05, 2008

This was delicious comfort food at it's best! A friend made this, after seeing RR's show, for me when I had shoulder surgery. I'm so glad you put the recipe here because it's a keeper for us. BTW, my DH also went back for seconds on this and happily ate the leftovers for lunch the next day!

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Leslie in Texas February 12, 2008

We just got done having dinner. This is sooooo good. Hubby went back for seconds and was grinning ear to ear. This sure was a nice change from the normal. When I make french onion soup I usually made roast beef swiss melts. So this really just combined the two with less fuss. I used a loaf of sour dough bread and toasted in the oven. Yumm-o!!! Thanks for sharing RR recipe with us.

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barefootmommawv December 31, 2007
French Dip Soup (Rachael Ray)