It’s stormy today in Orange County California, and I’m thoroughly enjoying the pouring rain, and whistling wind.
This time of year I love to serve my family steamy savory soups that help ward off any winter woes.
One of our favorites is French Onion Soup! I hope you enjoy my recipe as much as we do:
1st- Wash & peel your onions. I use about 5-6 at a time
2nd- Cook onions in about 3/4 stick of real butter on medium to high heat until carmalized. When onions are almost done carmelizing add a heap of minced garlic.
5th Add 1/4 cup of red wine to deglaze and simmer for 5-10 minutes
Should look something like this before you add the broth to the mix! (Slowly add two cartons of broth)
Season and simmer!
I add a splash of basalmic vinegar and soy sauce to strengthen and warm the taste!
**Helpful hint- Seasonings can be costly. The bagged seasoning in the international section of the grocery store are far more affordable! **
Then add bread (preferably bagged “toast”)