Normandy French Onion Soup

This Normandy French onion soup recipe is inspired by famed French chef Michel Roux of Le Gavroche, London, a Michelin star establishment serving classic French soups that include French peasant recipes such as this.

The flavors of Normandy French Onion Soup, soupe à l’oignon, are comforting this time of year, made with rich broth, croutons, and cheese!

Imagine transforming this beloved classic into a rich, warming, and sweet deviation that carries the spirit of Normandy.

This recipe can be made ahead by up to two days.

This version remains true to the heart of the dish with staples like homemade chicken stock, fresh herbs, and cheese.

Harnessing the unique essence of hard cider instead of traditional white wine and blending it with caramelized onions and fresh herbs, it promises an unforgettable dining experience.

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