Slow cooker works for me, especially on cold wintry days, when a bowl of hot soup seems like the perfect fit for a meal.
If you like French onion soup, I would recommend making it in a slow cooker. The finished product provides a delicious lunch or dinner.
The most difficult part of making the soup begins with peeling & slicing many onions, approximately 14 of them! By peeling them under cold running water at the sink, I was able to prepare these tangy gems without any tears. Then, I used the food processor to cut them into thin slices for the soup. It was a lengthy process to cook the onions for several hours but the finished result was worth it, with left-overs for tomorrow.
Want to give it a try, you can check out the recipe by Claire Tansey at http://www.cityline.ca/2015/02/slow-cooker-french-onion-soup. Enjoy!
2015 French onion soup!