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A shell pasta with an extra tasty onion soup served in a mug topped with a light gratin, fresh parsley and crunchy bread crumbs. French Onion Soup Pasta in a Mug is a great way to revamp your onion soup leftovers! This is my first ever mug meal! Actually, I went to buy the mugs extra for this recipe. A shell formed pasta served with a leftover of onion soup and a light gratin on top with a few bread crumbs to recall the “french onion soup bread”, plus it gives the meal an extra crunch. It’s quite simple to make and tasty, so if you have any onion soup leftovers at home, this French Onion Soup Pasta in a Mug is the way to go! A Catalan tradition as inspiration French Onion Soup Pasta in a Mug The shell formed pasta The shell pasta is something you don’t get to see often…

This is two soups in one for an extra tasty onion soup. Don’t we all love a good onion soup? Imagine combining an onion cream with a french onion soup! The result is just exponentially delicious! This soup is a merged of the classical French onion soup and an onion veloute (cream). It’s broth is made the onion cream way, which is basically a blended onion soup, then to keep the onion bites from the French version, I’ve added an extra 2 onions. It’s got a bite to it, although less onion pieces as the traditional French onion soup. Double the flavors but not the work, it’s important to clarify: it’s just an extra step (blend the soup) then the normal onion soup, so no extra work. How the idea took form I was feeling like an onion soup to warm me up on a cold winter day, and since I already had a traditional French…

A drunken onion soup, filled with flavors, thyme, wine and a final touch of brandy to warm us up on a cold winter day. Finishing it up under the grill to melt that tasty gruyere cheese on the crunchy piece of bread slowly getting soak with the soup.  To warm up our hearts before the heat comes, why not eat a tasty, french onion soup. Those are quite popular from where I’m from; Quebec… As one know, that place has an eternal winter and this soup helps them to keep warm. I find it always a bit tricky to eat those heavy soups as an appetizer, with the extra cheese on top… It’ s supposed to be a appetizer but I consider it more of a main meal. The french use quite a lot of butter in it, this version is lighter in butter. Also, in culinary school in Spain they made…

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