Quick and Easy Guinness Soup


Quick and Easy Guinness Soup

Quick and Easy Guinness Soup
Quick and Easy Guinness Soup

"My favorite easy recipe for French Onion Soup gets an Irish twist in this Guinness Soup — just in time for St. Patrick’s Day! A subtle hint of Guinness Stout is added to the broth, while a thick slice of garlic bread is smothered in Irish Cheddar Cheese. It’s a delicious spin on a classic recipe, and it’s the perfect St. Patrick’s Day dinner! This Guinness Soup is really just a slightly modified French Onion Soup recipe. I have perfected my method for making the classic soup in an EASY way, and it tastes like a meal that you would order at a restaurant! For the Guinness Soup, I just add a bit of the stout to the beef broth for a very subtle taste. To make this as simple as possible for all of us, I also grab some frozen Texas Toast Garlic Bread to use as our topping. It’s so simple and SO good…especially when you top it with Irish Cheddar Cheese!"

Serves4 people

Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time1 hr 20 min

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When drinking it straight from the bottle, I really don't care for the strong flavor of Guinness. However, when I use it in cooking, it adds some great earthy flavor characteristics and a nice dark color! I have used it with excellent results when braising meats, in stews and chili, in a beer cheese dip appetizer, and the list goes on! I can't wait to try it in this!

I love French onion soup. I think adding beer to recipes always a good idea. It adds to the flavor of almost anything so I think adding Guinness to a classic French onion soup is a great idea. Guinness is also not brewed from wheat so must be gluten free which is exactly what I need so I'm very happy for that!

I love French Onion soup and with the addition of Guinness, this immediately becomes a favorite. I hadn't thought about employing the Texas Toast Garlic Bread as the bread topping, and that sounds beyond wonderful. I often use croutons, but this is great. I've often used Swiss cheese as the melted cheese topping, and I'm looking forward to trying this with Irish Cheddar. I think I've got all the ingredients around here, so I'm planning on making this soon.

Guinness in soup? SIGN. ME. UP. I need to try this.


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