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French Onion soup With Garlic Toast

Actually I'm preparing this soup for the first time and it came out really yummy..Normally they use chicken or beef stock for the soup but I'm using the onions as their base for my version of French Onion Soup...Here's the steaming bowl of soup with crispy garlic toast..sit back and relax and enjoy the winter season...

French Onion Soup with Garlic Toast

Serving Size:4


2 cups large yellow onions thinly sliced
3tbsp pepper powder
1tbsp garlic powder
2tbsp Mrs Dash seasoning blend
1/4cup red wine
1tbsp minced garlic
1tbsp all purpose flour
4tbsp butter
1 cup of water

Preparation Method:
In a non-stick pan,add 2tbsp of butter. Once the butter is melted add 1 cup of onions with salt 1/2tsp of minced garlic.1/2 garlic powder,1tbsp of pepper powder and 1tbsp Mrs Dash seasoning blend.Saute the onion well and add 1tbsp of all purpose flour and 1 cup of water. Let it cook for 20 minutes then remove from flame and let the mixture cooled. Once cooled blend the mixture into a fine paste.. This is your soup base..
In the same pan add remaining butter,once melted add the remaining onions and all the remaining ingredients expect the red wine. Cover and let the onion cook well. Remove the lid and add the red wine,cook for 10 minutes. Finally add the grinded paste and bring the mixture to boil. Adjust the level of salt and pepper...Serve with crispy garlic toast with a dip of whipping cream and chopped coriander leaves...

Crispy Garlic Toast


1 whole clove garlic
3tbsp olive oil
2tbsp Mrs Dash Seasoning Blend
6tbsp butter
6 slice white bread or any choice of bread

Preparation Methods:
Marinates the garlic with olive oil and bake it at 350°c for 30 minutes. Let it cool and remove the skin. Mash the garlic with seasonings and butter until smooth. Spread the butter evenly onto the slice of bread and bake them at 350°c for 10 minutes.Remove and serve with French Onion Soup......


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