06 February 2015

Šķiet, ka šoziem vairāk kā citus gadus parādās vēlme pēc kā silta, saturīga un jauna, bet ilgi kārota. Nemelošu, ja teikšu, ka manā vēlmju sarakstā šobrīd ir tik vien kā saldumi un zupas no kurām viena jau tur pabijusi pāris gadus. Beidzot saņēmos un kārtīgas izpētes rezultātā pagatavoju sīpolu zupu. Nezinu kāpēc, bet šķita, ka tas ir kas ļoti sarežģīts un laikietilpīgs, taču saprotot galvenos principus, to ir iespējams izdarīt salīdzinoši ātri un bez liekām grūtībām. Rezultāts ir pārsteidzoši gards un ēdot galvā ir tikai viena doma "es neticu, ka tur iekšā ir tikai sīpoli!"

I have a feeling that this winter the urge to have something warm, rich in flavors and long coveted is bigger than any other year. And I'm not gonna lie that my "to make" list at this moment consists only of sweets and savory soups. One of the soups has been on the list for few years now, just because I thought making of it is very time consuming and tricky. But after I did a lengthy research and understood the main principles it turns out that the process of making onion soup can be quite fast and easy. The result is surprisingly tasty and you have only one thought while eating it - "I can't believe these are only onions!"




4 personām nepieciešams:
5 vidēji lieli sīpoli (aptuveni puskilograms)
75 gr sviesta
2 ēdk baltvīna
500 ml dārzeņu buljona
200 ml ūdens
lauru lapa
sāls
4 apgrauzdētas mini tostermaizes vai bagetes šķēles
4 šķēles mozzarella

1. Nomizo sīpolu un sagriež ripiņās.
2. Katlā uz lēnas uguns izkausē sviestu, pievieno sīpolus un ik pa laikam maisot sautē aptuveni 20 minūtes, līdz to krāsa un konsistence kļūst maigāka.
3. Pievieno baltvīnu un uz vidēji augstas temperatūras turpina cept vēl 10 minūtes.
4. Pievieno sāli, lauru lapu, buljonu un ūdeni. Vāra aptuveni 30 minūtes.
5. Lai servētu, zupu salej karstumizturīgās bļodiņās, uzliek maizes šķēli un pa virsu siera šķēli.
6. Liek cepeškrāsnī uz augšējā nodalījuma un cep līdz siers izkusis.
7. Bauda! ☺

For four person you will need:
5 medium onions (about half kilo)
75 grams butter
2 tbsp white vine
500 ml vegetable broth
200 ml water
bay leaf
salt
4 slice of mini toasts or baguette
4 slices of mozzarella

1. Peel the onion and slice it in round circles.
2. In saucepan on low heat melt the butter. Add onions and stirring frequently saute for about 10 minutes until they get slightly golden.
3. Add white vine and on medium high heat cook for another 10 minutes.
4. Add salt, vegetable broth, water and bay leaf. Boil for about 30 minutes.
5. To serve, pour the soup in heat resistant bowls, put on the slice of bread and top with slice of mozzarella.
6. Put in the oven on the top rack and cook until  cheese is melted.
7. Enjoy! 

13 comments

  1. Looks delicious!

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  2. Man liekas, ka tu varētu sarīkot visgaršīgākās balles :))

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    1. Ciemiņi sūdzējušies nav ;)

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  3. I love eating warm food when it's cold out :)

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  4. Wow this looks so yummy (love the pics as well) must give it a go it looks like it will warm me up for winter yaih! x

    Love,
    Whitney

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  5. it looks delicioius ;) wonderful

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  6. Yummy, I love onion soup
    xo
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  7. Thank you! A few weeks ago I cooked exactly this soup but with Swiss cheese :)
    xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena
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  8. Great post dear ! İ love your blog i'm following you now <3
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  9. Savory onion soup sounds so good!
    Dresses & Denim

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  10. Ouffff... hungry now! thank you for sharing !!!
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