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Onion soup with mushroom and bacon

Made this for dinner - waiting for my own onions (still a long time away!)

 

Chop a handful of big onions up and whack into a pot with a bit of oil

Add a couple of big pinches of salt and pepper

Add a few big handfuls of chopped mushrooms

Add sage to taste

Smoosh some garlic cloves with the side of your knife and add to the pot

Cook on medium with lid on for about 30 mins until onions are deep brown

Add chicken stock (I couldn't make my own because I didn't have enough bones so I used stock paste)

Add a dash or two of Worcestershire sauce

 

Mmmm... amazing :-) Pic coming another time.

 

Daniel.

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Comment by Lissa on July 2, 2011 at 5:57

You left out the bacon Daniel lol. Imagine it goes it with the onion??

Sounds tasty and easy - I have a new tiny sage plant that I could raid to achieve this one.

Comment by Scarlett on June 30, 2011 at 11:14

Hi Daniel

Could you please put posts like this in the forum instead? Explanation is in 'using the blog' on the main page

Great to have your contributions, just trying to keep the site working well

cheers Scarlett

Comment by Elaine de Saxe on June 27, 2011 at 21:25
Ah, home-cooked though, just not enough space to grow beans for drying :-(
Comment by Daniel on June 27, 2011 at 21:03
Ooh, home-grown beans sounds great! I have broadbeans in the garden which haven't germinated yet... I can't wait until I can use some of them!
Comment by Elaine de Saxe on June 27, 2011 at 21:01
Sounds tasty! I use either home-cooked Lima Beans or Chick Peas and the cooking water as an all-purpose stock.

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