Guinness Onion Soup

Guinness Onion Soup
Guinness Onion Soup

Guinness Onion Soup is just like our beloved French onion soup, but with a wee bit of an Irish twist for St. Paddy's day. This soup is made with none other than the most famous Irish beer, Guinness, and Irish Cheddar in place of Gruyere. This easy soup recipe, although just slightly tweaked, becomes a different soup entirely with the substitution of these two ingredients. You won't believe how delicious and comforting this recipe is, so you might as well just try it! We love corned beef and cabbage, but why not start a new St. Paddy's Day tradition with this ingenious, Irish-inspired soup recipe?


Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time1 hr 20 min

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This onion soup recipe is a great modern twist on a French classic. When trying to put together and Irish themed menu, I often find myself stuck with the ubiquitous corned beef and cabbage or shepherd's pie. What a great ingredient swap! At first one might think that the addition of Guinness would make the soup taste strong and bitter, but it doesn't. The beer helps the flavors of the onions and the broth meld together beautifully, and the alcohol taste cooks off very quickly, leaving a sweet and savory broth.


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