French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup is a deeply flavorful blend of onions caramelized in butter and slow simmered in a rich medley of beef broth and white wine, then finished with a splash of Cognac and topped with toasted croutons and bubbly Gruyere cheese.

I’ve adapted this French Onion Soup recipe from Julia Child’s magnificent book, Mastering the Art of French Cooking. I’ve made a few slight changes: increasing the amount of white wine, reducing the Cognac, adding fresh thyme and topping the soup with toasted squares of crusty bread (aka croutons), less awkward to eat than slices of a standard loaf or baguette.

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Author: Julianne M. Carter

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