Burnt Ends Onion Soup

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Burnt Ends Onion Soup

Post by wittdog » Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:16 pm

Burnt Ends Onion Soup
¼ Stick of Butter
2 Onions Sliced Thin
2 Cloves Garlic
A Good Amount of Beef Broth
1 Fat Pinch of Parsley
TBL Garlic Powder
1 TBL Onion Powder
4 Good Shots of Worchy
2 Bay Leaves
1 Big Handful of Burnt Ends
1 Big Shot of Black Pepper

1. Melt Butter in Soup Pan
2. Caramelize the dam Onions…it’s a pain in the @$$ but that’s where a lot of the flavor is
3. Add the Worscheter
4. Dump the Beef Stock and add the rest of the seasonings
5. Dump the Burt Ends in.
6. Cover and bring to a simmer for about an hour.
4. Spoon in to Ramekin or oven save bowls, add some stale bread or croutons….top with Mozzarella Cheese and place under broiler till the cheese is golden brown.

The Burnt Ends were pretty Greasy and the pic was taken right after they were thrown in…
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I get more sauced than my ribs.

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Burnt Ends soup

Post by Qfan » Mon Mar 10, 2008 3:51 pm

Wittdog:
Another winner that has my printer working OT.
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Post by ROXY » Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:17 pm

Great idea there my friend, you could make a stock from some of the point and that would be even better than just plain old beef stock.

I used to get the skin off pork shoulders from a smoke house that was here in town and I would make some awesome pork stock from them.. Great with black eyed peas.

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Post by ROXY » Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:18 pm

ROXY wrote:Great idea there my friend, you could make a stock from some of the point and that would be even better than just plain old beef stock.

I used to get the smoked skin off pork shoulders from a smoke house that was here in town and I would make some awesome pork stock from them.. Great with black eyed peas.

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Post by atruckerswife » Tue Mar 11, 2008 7:42 pm

Mikey is one lucky kiddo Dave.
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