How to Make Homemade Crockpot: French onion soup

Crockpot: French onion soup. Beefy French onion soup is made in the slow cooker, then topped with the traditional slice of toasted French bread and a savory mixture of four cheeses, then broiled until browned and bubbling. It's fun to let people assemble their own bowls, too. Mix flour, Worcestershire sauce, sugar and pepper.

Slow-Cooked French Onion Soup Recipe photo by Taste of Home. This slow cooker french onion soup is so easy and delicious, you'll never return to your stovetop ways. The slow cooker completely eliminates the stirring element of caramelizing onions.

Hello everybody, I hope you’re having an amazing day today. Today, we’re going to make a special dish, crockpot: french onion soup. One of my favorites food recipes. For mine, I will make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

Beefy French onion soup is made in the slow cooker, then topped with the traditional slice of toasted French bread and a savory mixture of four cheeses, then broiled until browned and bubbling. It's fun to let people assemble their own bowls, too. Mix flour, Worcestershire sauce, sugar and pepper.

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To get started with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few components. You can cook crockpot: french onion soup using 10 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Crockpot: French onion soup:

  1. Prepare 4 of large white onions evenly sliced.
  2. Make ready 120 gr of butter.
  3. Take 1,20 liter of vegetable stock.
  4. Make ready 4 sprigs of fresh rosemary.
  5. Take 2 of bay leaves.
  6. Get of Salt and pepper.
  7. Take of To serve.
  8. Prepare 4 of thick slices of French bread.
  9. Make ready 4 slices of Gruyere cheese.
  10. Make ready sprigs of Fresh thyme.

After hours in the low heat, the sliced onions will become soft and jammy with a rich, dark brown coloring-no attention necessary. Get ready for this slow cooker french onion soup to be the most requested dish. The French may have first invented French onion soup, but Southerners are revolutionizing this classic dish with the help of one of our favorite kitchen gadgets: The slow-cooker. We'll take any chance we can get to break out our slow cookers, but after testing this recipe, we can confirm that this classic soup is even tastier (and easier than ever!) when prepared in the slow cooker.

Steps to make Crockpot: French onion soup:

  1. Press brown/sauté, set the temperature to high, and then press start/stop. Allow multi cooker to preheat. Add the butter and onions and sauté stirring regularly until the onions are evenly browned and softened. Add the remaining ingredients to the cooking pot and stir. Press start/stop. Secure the lid. Press soup, set pressure too high, and adjust time to 10 minutes. Make sure the steam release valve is it to seal/closed position. Press start/stop..
  2. Once cooking is complete and the pressure is released remove rosemary and bay leaves. Alternatively, you can grill the bread and cheese separately, placing on the soup before serving. Garnish with thyme sprigs and serve warm..

Stir in the broth, sherry and pepper. Stir in the butter, oil, salt, and a generous amount of pepper. Once golden, add to the slow cooker along with remaining ingredients except bread and cheeses. Remove and discard bay leaf and ladle the soup into bowls. My mind is all over the place here!

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