There's something so incredibly humble about onion soup. It's absolutely one of my favourites but unfortunately I only ever get to make it in the restaurant or for myself as the missus thinks she's allergic to onions. (She's not, because I whiz them up into loads of dishes without her knowing!) If you have the opportunity, get hold of as many different types of onion for this soup as you can – you need about 1kg in total. Sweat them gently and you'll be amazed at all the flavours going on.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 342kcal
- Carbs 28.6g
- Sugar 13.3g
- Fat 17.1g
- Saturates 8.1g
- Protein 8.8g
This recipe is from:
Jamie at Home
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