French Onion-Cabbage Soup
- Ready In:
- Melt butter in a large dutch oven and saute onions, garlic and cabbage for 15 minutes.
- Stir in flour and salt; add broth, water and Worcestershire.
- Cook to a boil; reduce heat and simmer for about 20 minutes.
- Spoon broth mixture into soup crocks, filling crocks about 3/4 full; top with the french bread and swiss cheese.
- Place crocks under a broiler on Low and melt cheese until it bubbles and becomes browned.
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Wow! This was excellent. You would not know there is cabbage in with the onions. I sauted the onion, cabbage, and garlic for more like 30 minutes to really caramelize them together. Used an organic low sodium beef broth and topped with croutons and 5 cheese italian shredded cheese. Perfect for a cool evening any time of year.
We really enjoyed this. It was very rich. More so than you would think. I would eliminate the salt as the broth was salty and I thought the soup was slightly salty. I made my own croutons with some Oroweat Dill Rye bread by cutting into cubes and tossing with olive oil, salt and pepper. I toasted them in the oven at 350 for 10 minutes. I topped the soup with these and Gruyere cheese. This would be a good soup to make for a dinner party.
This soup was very good and I've already had requests to make it again. I accidentally dropped half of the sliced cabbage on the floor beforehand which turned out ok, because it was a large head of cabbage. So a small head or half a large is all you need! Unlike the other reviewer, I could definitely taste the cabbage - which I love - so that was a good thing! I will probably use a variety of onions, not just sweet next time. Topped it off with swiss cheese ezekial toast.
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