I have not tried this recipe. My copy of this recipe is slightly different. It calls for 4 lg onions, 2 french or hard rolls sliced and toasted, and grated parmesan cheese or shredded natural sharp cheddar cheese. The rest is the same. Thanks for posting. Christine (internetnut)
I halved this recipe, but was upset because I wanted more! ;-) I tweaked it a bit, adding garlic pepper salt, and a tad more "woo" sauce. (By the way, on step 2 it says 1/4 t. woo sauce but doesn't say when to add the rest...guess by taste, or add 1/4 t. at a time? Aha! I got it now...1/4 t. must be the salt on line 3? Might want to fix that!) Thanks Kimmie, for a good, simple way to make one of my favorite soups!
Very easy to prepare, I did make two small changes- I used “Better Than Bullion” instead of broth, and omitted the cheese topping. I tried it both ways, with and w/o the wine-both are good but for me, the dollop of wine adds a bit. Thanks for the quick, simple, yet elegant recipe!
Very good flavor and so easy to make. Thanks.
Wonderful! Thank you so much for helping me win a challenge from my husband (I'm still smiling from his praises). He didn't think I could make a french onion soup as good as he had in a restaurant, so thank you for helping me prove him wrong. I followed the recipe exact and it was awsome! Good easy recipe, simple to make, delicious to eat. Plus it was great to be able to wow my husband!!
This is a true testament to the maxim that 'simpler is better'. Of course, now I bend that rule by suggesting that this recipe is perfected with a shot (literally) of red wine (burgundy, cabernet, or merlot, for example).