Sourdough Bowl French Onion Soup


Warming French Onion Soup by Rosemarie of Rosemarie’ s Kitchen! Wonderful!

Rosemarie's Kitchen

Years ago, our favorite restaurant was an upscale Italian joint inside the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas. Loved their Onion Soup, served in hollowed out onions. The presentation was great – the flavor out of this world good. The Chef was kind enough to give me the recipe. Unfortunately, it’s a restaurant recipe, with a HUGE amount of ingredients and hours of prep/simmer and whatnot. I’ve been meaning to play around with it over the years; scale things back and tweak it for the home-cook; just never got around to it. Still on my “to do” bucket list of foods.

Recently, I came across a very simply recipe on poormet.com. I loved the presentation – in a hollowed out sourdough bowl with the top of the bread to the side for dunking. However; in reading the recipe; the instructions had you cut up the top and stuff it inside the…

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  1. Osyth says:

    Fabulous twist on soupe à l’ognon – absolutely a must-try for me as my mind begins to turn to warming food once more 😊

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    1. HmmMm! Thanks my friend! The French can even turn onion soup into a romance novel! I’ll be repeating your words in my head all day! Xoxo

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      1. Osyth says:

        But sometimes the beautiful words can lure you into trying something scary …. Always beware the offal! Xx

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      2. Haha! The fortuneteller is forewarned! Lol! ❤

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  2. koolaidmoms says:

    Yummy! Love the sourdough bowls!

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    1. Thanks, Marci! They make this warming soup so much more flavorful! And no dishes! 🙂

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