Take your love of soup to the next level with this delicious French Onion Noodle Soup. All the flavors of the classic French Onion Soup, with the added bonus of noodles! This soup is thick, hearty, and packed with flavor. It makes a great weeknight dinner and is also perfect for serving to guests or cozying up to on a lazy fall weekend. If you love French Onion Soup, you’re going to fall in love with this comforting, delicious twist!
So have you been on Facebook lately? And seen all the countdowns to Christmas? I seriously can’t even handle it. And not just because the thought of Christmas freaks me out (which it does) or because I haven’t even started thinking about gifts (which I haven’t)….but because I feel like fall JUST started!
We literally went from weather in the 60’s and 70’s to weather in the 40’s, and I’m still getting used to it. And trying to enjoy it before the temperatures drop into the 30’s and stay there.
It’s Fall! (NOT Christmas….yet….) And we have so much FALL to accomplish. First on my list? Jump into all the soup recipes I can get my hands on. Starting with this delicious French Onion Noodle Soup! Do you LOVE French Onion Soup as much as I do?? I literally craved it all throughout my last pregnancy, and I would never dream of turning down a bowl of it.
Well, this version has all those crave-worthy flavors plus the most deliciously thick, chewy, just-like-homemade noodles. Which instantly takes it to the next level in terms of favorite fall soups.
Have you tried Reames Frozen Egg Noodles? They’re our absolute favorite noodles to use in soups! They’re thick, hearty, and perfectly chewy, and they hold up so much better in soup recipes than dried noodles. And I love that they’re made with just 3 simple ingredients – eggs, flour, and water – just like homemade, but SO much easier.
And they add the perfect texture to this French Onion Noodle Soup, making it a comforting, satisfying meal that will take you all the way through fall and the long winter ahead.
This French Onion Noodle Soup is the BEST soup to warm up to on a cold day!
Whether you make it for your family or serve it to guests, this soup is sure to be a hit. The first time I made it, I have to admit I was a little nervous about whether my kids would eat it. But? They loved it! They gobbled it up! And they asked for seconds. It helped that they recognized the flavor from my French Onion Risotto and my Slow Cooker French Onion Chicken. But even without that, I swear there’s something about the noodles that pulls them in…..and once you try it for yourself you’ll know exactly what I mean.
Tips for making French Onion Soup:
- Go low and slow. The BEST (only) way to caramelize onions is to cook them slowly over medium-low heat and stir them regularly to avoid burning. It takes a good 30-40 minutes to bring out the best flavor, so be patient!
- Find a balance between savory & sweet. A good French Onion Soup has both sweet and savory notes, and the right balance might be different for different people. Don’t be afraid to experiment a bit with the sweet & savory measurements until you find the right fit for you!
- Let it simmer. The flavors in French Onion Soup develop as it simmers, so don’t skip that final step. And in the case of this French Onion Noodle Soup, the simmering is an essential part of cooking the noodles, so definitely don’t skip it!
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French Onion Noodle Soup
Take your love of soup to the next level with this delicious French Onion Noodle Soup. All the flavors of the classic French Onion Soup, with the added bonus of noodles! This soup is thick, hearty, and packed with flavor. It makes a great weeknight dinner and is also perfect for serving to guests or cozying up to on a lazy fall weekend. If you love French Onion Soup, you're going to fall in love with this comforting, delicious twist!
- 1/2 cup butter salted
- 4 sweet onions sliced
- 8 cups beef broth
- 1/4 cup cooking sherry
- 2 Tbsp. granulated sugar
- 2 Tbsp. all purpose flour
- 2 1/2 tsp. salt
- 2 tsp. worcestershire sauce
- 2 bay leaves dried
- 2 sprigs fresh thyme
- 1 bag Reames Frozen Egg Noodles
- 8 oz. swiss or gruyere cheese shredded
Melt butter in a large soup pot over medium heat.
Add sliced onions and cook over medium heat until caramelized. Stir regularly to prevent burning. Onions will be a rich golden brown color.
Add in beef broth, cooking sherry, sugar, flour, salt, and worcestershire sauce. Whisk until smooth.
Add bay leaves, thyme sprigs, and Reames Frozen Egg Noodles.
Bring soup to a boil; reduce heat and simmer 30 minutes or until noodles are fully cooked.
Top with shredded cheese; garnish with fresh thyme and ground pepper.
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