One-Pot French Onion Pasta Tastes Just Like The Soup

Spicy Southern Kitchen

Nothing quite hits the spot on a cold winter day like a warm bowl of French onion soup. Although you may think it’s hard to improve upon a classic, the flavor of this comfort-food staple can actually be enjoyed in a variety of dishes.

If you love the flavor of the classic soup, try a new spin on it with this one-pot creamy French onion pasta from Spicy Southern Kitchen. It’s everything you love about the comforting soup, plus pasta in a creamy sauce. What could be better? It’s super-easy to make, and as the name implies, requires just one pot. I see a new favorite weekday dinner option in my future!

Spicy Southern Kitchen

If you’re looking to add some more protein to your dish, this French onion chicken from Mother Thyme is filling and delicious. Serve it alongside some fresh vegetables for a balanced meal.

Another tasty new way to enjoy the flavor of French onion soup is in casserole form. This recipe for French onion soup casserole from The Cookie Rookie is topped with toasted baguette slices and takes just about 10 minutes of prep time.

The Cookie Rookie

Yet another creative way to get the comforting umami flavors of classic French onion soup is to serve it as a dip — perfect for game day! Blogger Chungah Rhee of Damn Delicious calls it the cheesiest, creamiest dip of all time, promising that one bite is all it takes to get hooked. With cream cheese, sour cream, mayonnaise, mozzarella and parmesan cheese, it’s guaranteed to be as creamy and cheesy as advertised. Visit Damn Delicious for the full list of ingredients as well as instructions.

Damn Delicious

We’ll be making these cozy recipes on repeat all winter long! What do you think — do you have a favorite take on French onion soup, or do you prefer it in its original form?

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