If I want a trip down memory lane of holidays in France it doesn’t get any better than French Onion Soup. I remember we would visit some lovely parts of France in the motorhome and food was a very big thing.
You just can’t go to France and not like food. A supermarket will even have ten different types of onions and tomatoes and sometimes it can feel like food overload. Because my parents worked in tourism we would always go in the winter months so soup was something that was very good for warming us up.
At it just wouldn’t be the same without loads of French crusty bread.
But even though it is often served as a starter in French restaurants onion soup is also very frugal and good for you. That is minus all the bread that I normally have with it!
- 5 Large Onions (peeled)
- 3 Large Carrots (peeled)
- 5 Large Celery Sticks
- 2Tbsp Greek Yoghurt
- 250ml Water
- 2Tsp Chives
- 1Tsp Mixed Herbs
- 1Tsp Thyme
- Salt & Pepper
- Dice your carrots and onion and place them in the Soup Maker
- Add the seasoning and your water.
- Add the Greek Yoghurt.
- Cook on the chunky soup setting for 25 minutes.
- French soup is lovely because of the chunks but if you want it smooth, blend it when it’s cooked.
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