So I have tried this soup as written, and again with a few changes. As written this is a very good side dish or appetizer. It is delicious, while leaving one room for the meal ahead. Personally, when I make French Onion Soup, it is the meal, so I've made some changes. I caramelize the onions, as it makes the soup richer. I also add 1/2 tsp Parsley to the soup. I toast some crouton-sized bread chunks in the oven while the soup is simmering. French bread works very well, but I prefer the Bread Machine Pumpernickel Bread recipe found on this site. When the soup is ready, I fill the bowls, add a few toasted bread pieces, crumble in some havarti, top with a full slice of havarti, and a bit of parmesan. I put it in the oven until the cheese melts, and then serve.
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So I have tried this soup as written, and again with a few changes. As written this is a very...