FAST and EZ ONION SOUP

FAST and EZ ONION SOUP

By:
Ann N
Edited on Sep 09, 2009

This lighter version of the Classic French onion soup au grain[/w/ cheese]; is lighter but is still a lovely first course to a Sunday dinner of roasted meat or fowl.

Ingredients

serves 4-5
3TBS butter
4 medium sized ( yellow cooking )onions, peeledd& thinly sliced
**4 cups water and 4 beef boullion cubes or BEEF BROTH
2TBS chopped( fresh) parsley
OR 2 tsp dried parsley
2TBS worcestershire sauce
grated parmesean cheese as needed
**you may substitute 1 Qt ( low sodium) beef broth
optional:
salt to tate if desired

Directions

Heat butter in a 2Qt stockpot/saucean over medium heat.
Add onions, stirring frequently, cook until onions are translucent.
Do not brown or burn the onions
Add water, boullion/broth, parsley and worcestershire sauce.
Bring to a boil and cover.
Simmer for about 45 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Add salt to taste, if desired
Ladle into bowls, sprinkle w/ parmesea cheese and serve

Not a NESTLÉ®-tested recipe.


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