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ISO French Onion Soup Recipe

jmusser

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This is a legendary soup around the area, that is still carried on by countless restaurants. It's that good. Simple, and good.
Tried this one and came out pretty good. Was salty but I used the Better than Buillion and think I was too generous. Amazed at how much the onions cooked down over that time. Looking to chip away at all these and made a few small adjustments on this for my tastes. Appreciate all the help!

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That looks delicious Jarod! Exactly the way I like it. Nice work.
 

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I am sure there is no one there knowing your food cravings, so if you want to find a recipe suitable for you, you must enter all of the sites with recipes and try them until you find the best one for you.
 

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Another great recipe is on YouTube. Hunt down All Things BBQ (ATBBQ) and Chef Tom’s soup recipe on the smoker.
 

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Well the bump to this old thread got me started on it again. I did the same Barr's recipe but changed my take a bit. I didadd more unsalted butter and boxed broth. I also added the white wine this time. Much better on salt level and came out better than last time. Wifey said she likes a bit more broth-ey, so I might more stock or less of the flour. Cheers to soup season!
 

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Well the bump to this old thread got me started on it again. I did the same Barr's recipe but changed my take a bit. I didadd more unsalted butter and boxed broth. I also added the white wine this time. Much better on salt level and came out better than last time. Wifey said she likes a bit more broth-ey, so I might more stock or less of the flour. Cheers to soup season!
I did this recipe a while back.. Not sure if its what you and your wife would like but it is "broth-ey" and I really enjoyed it!!. Sam the cooking guy has a lot of great videos!
 

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Although I've never made this I'll add it as I've always been a fan of Jacque Pepin.


I would be tempted to use beef stock instead of chicken since it's what I'm used to.
 

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