Yield: Yields 40 dumplings.
Servings: eight to ten as an appetizer.
My food is meant for sharing. But how do you share French onion soup politely? In my version, you get everything that’s great about the classic—crispy bread, gooey cheese, and luscious soup—in one delicious bite.
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Has anyone tried to bake the frozen dumplings instead of frying them?It would be less labor intensive last minute.
really terrific....made as an appetizer for a holiday party to rave reviews from everyone.... a bit fussy and time consuming to put together but VERY impressive and worthwhile.... I will make these again
I used several layers of phyllo pastry, instead of wonton wrappers, to create a more crispy less crunchy outside wrapper, more messy but much more satisfying
I recently executed this recipe as an appetizer for a holiday party, and the results were excellent. I don't think a single guest who tried it didn't rave. I served mine with a Jarlesberg cheese sauce (almost fondue style) vs. baking to melt the cheese per order to make it more buffet friendly, and found the flavors and textures of the recipe to be a delightful way to serve this classic dish.
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