looking for recipes to use frozen french onion soup

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nurseannette

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Someone gave me several packages of french onion soup. I am certain
there has to be a casserole or crock pot recipe someone has that
I could put this soup to good use. PLease let me know \
thank you!!!
 
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kurautismnow

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I use french onion soup (canned not powder) in my meatloaf. It's soooo good! Just put some in the ground beef and then add egg, seasonings of your choice and bread crumbs to bind. I top it off under the broiler with a ketchup and worchestire sauce mixture.

I also use this to cook roasts in, in the crockpot. Enough liquid to cover the roast. I slice up a large onion really thin and add that as well. When done, I slice roast thin for french dip sandwiches and use broth to dunk them in. With the leftovers I make open faced hot roast beef sandwiches. I just thicken the remaining juices/liquid with a little butter and flour.
 

shelleyf

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I made hamburgers with the onion soup mix the other night. They are great like that.
 

XUfan

Member Of The Month May 2010
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I think if you used it instead of water to cook rice, it would be awesome! I do this with beef broth and chicken broth all the time. Just use a 2 to 1 ratio...2 cups of broth to 1 cup of rice. LMK how it turns out!
 
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nurseannette

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Xufan, I used your suggestion this afternoon and made rice with the
soup. It was very good, thank you so much.
Thank you to the other posters too. I look forward to trying the
other suggestions as well.
 
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