French Onion Soup Recipe

pEMFrench Onion Soup Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.com/emIngredients: /pP1 tbsp butter1 large onion, thinly sliced2 tsp all purpose flour1/4 cup dry white wine5 cup water4 cubes beef bouillon1 pinch salt1 pinch pepper4 slice french bread1 cup swiss cheese/pPreparation: PMelt butter in a heavy frypan. Add sliced onion, cover, cook over load heatabout 5 minutes until onion is tender. Remove lid, increase heat to high.Cook and stir until onions are golden. Reduce heat, stir in flour and wine.Simmer 1 minute. Add water; stir in bouillon cubes. Bring to a boil, reduceheat and simmer 5 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Placebread slices in a 325 degree oven for 5 minutes, to dry. Pour soup into 4heated ovenproof bowls. Place a slice of bread on top of each; allow breadto soak up soup, then cover with 1/4 cup cheese per bowl. Bake in a 325degree oven for 25-30 minutes until cheese is lightly browned.Makes 4 services 1 serving = 1 cup; 1 protein choice; 1-1/2 starchy choice;1-1/2 fats/oils choice; 20 g carbohydrate; 11 g protein; 11 g fat 930kilojoules; 223 caloriesPosted by Jane Knox /pPSTRONGServes: 4 /strong/pFrench Onion Soup Recipe provided for you by InformationAboutDiabetes.comH2Is this French Onion Soup Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?/h2PThis French Onion Soup recipe is one of our collection of diabetic Soup recipes. Because we have no knowledge of your exact medical concerns the guidelines your doctors have given you, we are unable to say for certain that this French Onion Soup recipe is safe for you. However, as someone marked it as `diabetic` it hopefully indicates that it at least covers the minimum precondition for the label `diabetic`, being low in fat and carbohydrates and should be more healthy than the non-diabetic equivalent. Nonetheless, this French Onion Soup recipe should only be used if you understand your own condition and are happy that the contents of the recipe are appropriate for you. /pSTRONGFrench Onion Soup Recipe - Important Disclaimer/strongPThis French Onion Soup Recipe is one from the STRONGdiabetic Soup recipes/strong section. Please understand, it would be completely unthinkable for us to validate each of the EMdiabetic Soup recipes/em to verify that they are all totally safe for diabetics. Our diabetic recipe site has in excess of two thousand unique recipes in it, and to prepare each of them at 7 recipes per week would occupy us for 290 weeks. You are therefore advised to read the recipe ingredients with care to ensure that they are compatible with the nutritional advice your nutritionalist has given you. In the event that you find that this French Onion Soup recipe is not safe for diabetics, then please send us an e-mail and we will delete the offending recipe from our collection. /p

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