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French Onion Soup


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Ingredients

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French Onion Soup

  • 10 grams olive oil
  • 1000 grams brown onions, Peeled & Quartered
  • 2 tbsp plain flour
  • 750 grams beef stock
  • 125 grams white wine

  • 1 Bugette
  • 40 grams Gruyere cheese
  • 6
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    Preparation 5min
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Recipe's preparation

    French Onion Soup
  1. Peel and quarter onions and add to Closed lid and chop 15 seconds / speed 5.

    Add olive oil and saute for 10 minutes / 100 degrees / Gentle stir setting.

    Add flour to Closed lid and mix No counter-clockwise operation for 10 seconds / 100 degrees / speed 1.

    Add stock and wine and cook for 60 minutes / 100 degrees speed 1.

    Serve in soup bowls and season with salt and pepper.

  2. Gruyere Bread / Cruton
  3. Prior to making the soup, in a dry Closed lid place cubbed gruyere cheese and chop for 5 seconds / speed 4 and set aside in separate bowl.

    Just prior to soup cooking, slice baugette into 2 cm pieces and place in hot grill until lightly brown.  Turn over and cover with gruyere cheese and grill until cheese melts and bread is lightly toasted.

    For a traditional soup, serve with the cruton floating on the soup. 

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For those tracking points on Weight Watchers, this dish has about 0 points per serve when serving 4 without the gruyere bread/cruton (as pictured).  


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  • I think you would get a full

    Submitted by DJ_Dylz on 21. September 2013 - 19:14.

    I think you would get a full flavour from cooking the onions in the oil for 20 - 30 mins prior to adding flour 

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  • Mmmmmmmm!!

    Submitted by Livehealthy on 17. June 2013 - 23:26.

    Mmmmmmmm!! tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I cooked for 120 minutes to

    Submitted by Jeemologist on 16. June 2013 - 05:38.

    I cooked for 120 minutes to enhance the flavour, but, hear your point and try 60 minutes and see if it is fill bodied. I'm going to try that soon..

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  • Just clarifying as this

    Submitted by ThermoFlavour on 3. June 2013 - 14:32.

    Just clarifying as this sounds yum and I want to try it. Is the cooking time 120 minutes as stated in method? I've never cooked anything for this long in thermi and concerned about it reducing too much. 

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