I’m going to be perfectly honest with you here. I haven’t always been a big fan of onions. I mean, I don’t mind if there’s some onion in my dinner or even salad, but for some reason it’s not the first ingredient that comes to my mind when someone asks me about my favorite dishes. And when we’re talking about a soup recipe where onion is being used as the main ingredient, it kind of made me cringe. For a long time I just wanted to avoid recipes such as this one, until a friend of mine convinced me to give it a try. She said it was one of the most delicious soups she had ever tasted (and believe me, she has always been a picky eater), so I got curious. And it turned out she was right about it!
This recipe is now one of my favorites, and it’s so hearty and warm, you’ll want to make it for every lunch! Not to mention, it only has a few ingredients! The sweetness of the onion, is complimented by the dry sherry and brandy added to the mix. This dish serves 4-6 people and is made in less than 15 minutes. So get to choppin’ and enjoy!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Food Network.
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