Onion beer soup.

This soup right here is a hearty onion/miso broth spiked with beer. It’s savoury but sweet. This dish is delightfully simplistic, and although it does take a bit of time the brown off the onions, this soup doesn’t take a lot of effort. Just a gentle stir whilst you contemplate your recent life choices (crap choices if they’re anything like mine lately) and enjoy a cheeky swig of beer for yourself. I suggest serving with some sourdough toast, or maybe vegan cheesey croutons like is done with the classier cousin of this soup, french onion, that would work great! Here however, I opted for some baked almond feta from Maple Spice blog.

onion beer soup vegan french 2
3 big spanish onions, thinly sliced
2 tbsp olive oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tbsp white wine vinegar
2 cups  beer
2 cups strong miso boulion
1 tbsp fresh thyme leaves
1 bay leaf
sea salt n fresh ground black pepper to taste

Saute the onion in the olive oil over a medium low heat until the onions start to brown/caramelise , stirring often. This may take a while,20mins-ish , but WORTH IT. once the onions are just starting to brown add the garlic and saute a little longer, add the vinegar and scrape around the bottom of the pan, then add the beer, miso, herbs and salt n pepper. Bring up to a simmer and simmer until the soup is fragrant and the onions are really soft. about 15 mins. Using an immersion blender partially blend the soup. or blend fully. or don’t blend at all. whatever makes you happy. but I recommend partially blending it the first time you try this recipe, then decide if you want it with a more chunky or smooth texture, its your soup at the end of the day….

Oh and heres another picture of my pigeon… he had a bath….


7 thoughts on “Onion beer soup.

  1. This looks really delicious. The baked almond feta is a given if it’s from Maple Spice blog (drooling already). Love how contented your little pigeon mate looks there Alex. You are obviously doing a great job in making him happy and healthy 🙂

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