Ffwd: Cheese Topped - Onion Soup

Baked French Onion Soup

Cheese tiopped onion soup

It's snowing!  After a spring like winter, it's snowing.  Cold and blustery calls for soup...

This is a crazy mixed up adaption of Dorie Greenspan's recipe, Cheese Topped  Onion Soup.


Cheese topped onion soup

Preheat oven to 450f .  Cut the onion in long thin strips.  While you are cutting the onions, heat the olive oil and 1/2 tbsp butter in a dutch oven or crock.  Add onions and garlic and bake for about 75 minutes until the onions are translucent and beginning to brown.

Sprinkle the arrowroot over the onions, pour in the wine and the chicken broth.  Cook until the liquid is simmering, about 60 minutes.  Add white pepper to taste.

Butter and season bread with Herbs de Provence.  Cut into crouton sized pieces.  Toast, until the are browned to your liking, it take about 17 minutes in an oven at 400f.  Fill either bakeable bowls with soup or just use the crock for the final step. Top with a generous portion of croutons and the grated cheese.  Keep under the broiler until the cheese melts and lightly browns.  This should not take more than 10 minutes.

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Photo Credit:  Julie Cecchini


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Whatever you did, it looks fantastic. I love your use of Herbs de Provence. Many years ago Hubby and traveled thru that region and stopped at a market selling "Herbs" and hubby insisted he had to have them. I think we bought four bags at about $7.00 per and I never used them. First, I did not like them,
secondly, after making a trip to Pennsy's spice stores, I realized they we out of date. I should really start revisiting many items after working with this group.

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