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This was waaay better than I expected. My husband took one bite and made me taste it then exclaimed that this is what we're taking to family events from now on. I admit that I did mis-read the directions I had the onions on the bottom of the pan then the bread then poured the soup mix over top of the bread then put the cheese on top of the bread. All the ingredients flavors and cooking time were the same.
I thought this recipe looked good but I also was afraid it might be wierd and it was. Even though I seasoned it well and even added some beef boullion it was really bland soupy and not cohesive. I used good gruyere too so that was a bit disapointing. I'm going to chop up everthing and mix it with some beation eggs zucchini and more cheese and bake it like a crustless quiche. There's still hope in salvaging this recipe.
I loved this! I cooked the onions longer than the recipe called for almost starting to carmelize. It had an addicting taste. Hubby didn't love it but I thought it rocked and am giving it five-stars anyway.
I'm going to have to agree with the person who said this was just too much of everything. I LOVE the idea and maybe 1 bite of the flavors is tremendously good--by the 2nd bite it's not. I used only 1.5 sticks of butter 2 onions homemade low-sugar French bread 8 oz soup 3/4c of milk & the full 2 cups of mozzarella. It was just too too rich. I think I will modify this and try again--I think I'll cook my onions butter my bread and put my cheese & onions on my buttered french bread & broil that!
Nice recipe. I halved it and used 4 large onions and 1/2c butter whole milk and sour cream. The sour cream was a mistake on my part I added it accidentally but decided to keep it in. This was delicious with mashed potatoes and other sides of Christmas dinner but even better the next day when we used the leftovers in an omelette with our fave veggies cheeses and meats! Divine.