French Onion Soup

  

Who doesn’t love a Good bowl of Hot French Onion Soup ?  Think its a hard task?  it’s not.  This is not only a quick recipe that can be ready in no time, but it is so hardy too.   In this version of French onion soup I like ALOT  of  melted cheese .  But you can adjust the slices of cheese , more or less based on your prefence .   The following is the basic receipe , for two large ramken bowls , or onion soup crocs.

  1. 4 cups of onions
  2. 4 cups of beef broth
  3. 1 teaspoon thyme 
  4. 2 tablespoon of  Cooking sherry
  5. 1/2 cup of butter
  6. 2 tablespoons of olive oil
  7. Toasted French Baquet about 2 slices per bowl
  8. 4 Slices  of  Swiss cheese
  9. 8 Slices of Slicing Provolone Cheese 
  10. Sprinkled Grated Pecorino cheese for the top of each Ramken  or Onion Crocs
  11. 2 tablespoons of  Kitchen Bouquet
  12. Cracked Black pepper and Salt (THIS AMOUNT Is Up to You)
  • Directions 
  • Carmelize  your onions in your butter  and olive oil.  While your onions are Carmelizing add the Cracked Black pepper and salt .   I carmelize my onions in a Dutch oven on medium flame on top of my stove.  Carmlize  until your onions are clear, NOT BROWN. Then add your beef broth , cooking  sherry, dried thyme , and Kitchen Bouquet (Browning & Seasoing Sauce) .   Simmer  for forty minutes, and turning occasionally.   Toast your French baquet on both sides, under your broiler turning as needed.  
  •    Leave oven on Broil or Bake.  Remove French baquet and cut into pieces.   Ladel soup into crocs once  cooking  time has been reached   .  Put  your French baquet pieces into the French Onion soup  , put your layers of  chesses on top of soup  sprinkle wth your grated cheese.  Bake or Broil on a baking sheet until bubbly. 
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