In the ideal world, you’ll think about making this soup the day before, or at least several hours in advance – time enough to soak and cook the beans.
“Lisa’s Kitchen” adapted this recipe to make it a vegetarian delight. Onion Soup is an utterly delicious thing. Served piping hot with toasted croutons or bread with a layer of melted cheese, this is usually the soup people seek when they go to restaurants. Fresh arugula and a combination of wines add additional flavor to this slow-simmered soup recipe. Make it the ideal way – if you have time.
Get the Recipe Here: Italian Onion and Bean Soup with Parmesan Toast
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