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Benihana Hibachi Onion Soup - THE CORRECT RECIPE!

There are TONS of recipes online for Benihana’s famous hibachi onion soup. Some of them are decent. Others are just wrong. But none of them are correct. UNTIL NOW!

Today, for the very first time on the internet, I’m going to share with you the EXACT recipe used at Benihana Japanese steakhouse to make their delicious soup! I’m going to share with you the 3 SECRET INGREDIENTS that are missing from every recipe on the internet!

And if you don’t want to track down the special ingredients used at Benihana restaurants, I’m going to show you how you can recreate the soup using ingredients you’ll find at ANY grocery store!

I’ll also address the two main complaints I’ve seen from people attempting to make this soup at home.

Here is a YouTube video I made explaining the secret ingredients and on how to make the soup: https://youtu.be/Ejnjgszkn6A

Firstly, Benihana’s soup is a variation of a traditional Japanese soup called, β€œMiyabi Soup”. Often you’ll hear this soup referred to as β€œClear Soup”, (known in Japanese as: β€œSuimono”) but this soup isn’t actually a traditional clear soup. Traditional clear soups are made with dashi. Hibachi soup or Miyabi soup is actually a long-simmered meat-broth soup. Because Benihana is essentially a fusion restaurant that uses Japanese-inspired base recipes and techniques with Western ingredients, their hibachi soup is sort of a conglomeration of a traditional miyabi soup mixed with a French consomme.

One of the biggest complaints I’ve seen online when people attempt to make the soup at home is: β€œWhy isn’t my soup as clear as what I’ve seen at the restaurant?”. The reason for this is because ALL recipes online call for regular chicken or beef stock as the simmering liquid. And while Benihana does use chicken and beef stock as the base for their soup, the brand they use (Swiss Chalet HACO brand) is actually a consomme base. For those of you who are unfamiliar with a consomme, it is essentially a stock or broth that has been clarified using a coagulating agent, typically egg whites or ground meat, to β€˜clear’ the particles in the stock, resulting in a crystal clear final product. That’s the reason why your soup isn’t as clear as what you’re getting at the restaurant.

The other biggest complaint I’ve seen online is the soup is just bland. The reason for this is because most people are just following the recipe blindly and not seasoning enough at the end. The soup is actually just a broth simmered with

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Lipton Onion Soup Mix advertisement featuring a number of recipes (c. 1960).
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Not French onion soup recipes?

I love the concept of French onion soup. But there are two problems: Small problem: I don't cook with wine. Big problem: every French onion soup I've tried is waaaaaaay too sweet. I don't want a sweet soup.

Can anybody recommend a not-sweet onion soup? Or a way to fix French onion so it's not sweet?

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[Homemade] French onion soup! Hello Reddit, nice to meet ya. Recipe in comments.
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What might you use to β€œrescue” the flavor of a simple soup with celery, cabbage, carrots, okra, fresh onion and garlic, crushed tomatoes, and chicken stock when recipe searches are failing to inspire?
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Visual Guide to my Vegetarian French Onion Soup Recipe for the Culinary Impaired !!

Visual guide to French onion soup for the culinary impaired!

This is my recipe. I know many of you can not cook so I made a visual guide. I used to following videos to construct a visual guide for my own recipe:
I Had To Make French Onion Soup... (Better)

Classic French Onion (Onyo) Soup! - Chef Jean-Pierre
French Onion Soup | Basics with Babish
How to Make French Onion Soup
(Almost) instant demi-glace | store-bought stock and gelatin
American French Onion Soup Recipe - How to Make Onion Soup
Easy Homemade French Onion Soup

Vegetarian French onion soup

Ingredients:

French onion soup veggie stock:
*- Homemade/storebought veggie stock

  • squeeze of tomato paste
  • small amount of soy sauce*

Caramelized onions:
*- onions

  • butter
  • olive oil
  • salt
  • time*

French onion soup
*- French onion soup veggie stock

  • Caramelized onions
  • white wine
  • thyme sprigs
  • bay leave
  • bourbon (optional)
  • flower (optional)*

Bread:
*- (stale) French bread

  • olive oil
  • a piece of garlic
  • gruyere cheese
  • chives*

Topping:
*- gruyere

  • chives*

You start by preparing your onion, which means cutting off both the root and top end, slicing them in half from root to top and then pealing the dry layers off.

Next, take your halved onion and thinly slice it from top to end. For reference, see Babish and Joshua Weissman. This style of cutting the onion, according to chef John, is what makes it French.

Put on a large pot and pour in some olive oil and some butter. Wait until the butter is melted en foamy then add your onion. When your onion are added, add salt and stirr. Again, like Weissman does here.

Caramelizing your onions will take a long time. Taking shortcuts like adding sugar just makes sweeter and adding baking soda turns them to mush.

So, no shortcuts, just keep stirring until they caramalize. This can take up to an hour at least. Fluctuate between medium and high heat.

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I could not find a solid french onion soup recipe that showed serving size and calories, so I broke down every item I put in so I can know my calorie intake EXACTLY. This soup better be damn delicious after the math and cooking time put into it.
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Hands down best French onion soup recipe on the internet food52.com/recipes/20970-…
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Homemade onion soup..."recipe" in comments
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French Onion Soup (recipe linked in comments)
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Can someone ANYONE give me a great French onion soup recipe?!
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Matty Matheson’s recipe for French Onion Soup. Big hit with the family!
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Minestrone soup is chock full of items that we give away right here at Plenty to Eat! Save this recipe and come in next week to make a healthy one-pot meal! Sautee a chopped onion with oil in a large saucepan. Cook until tender. Add canned veggies (carrots, green beans, etc) Add can of diced toma

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Vegetarian French Onion Soup. Love this recipe!
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SO and I made Apple and Onion Soup! I'm mortified by how delicious it is πŸ˜‚ Clearly these recipes are actually edible reddit.com/gallery/kqqgq5
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Gimme your absolute best French Onion Soup recipe

I’ve never cooked it before, we’ve only had it once or twice at restaurants, but my partner loves it. I’ve got the whole day off tomorrow to get the supplies and cook while she’s at work and I want her to come home to the best damn French Onion Soup either of us have ever had for dinner.

Please help me, r/onionlovers

UPDATE thanks so much everyone!! I ended up making the recipe from u/anxiety_anne, minus the cognac and white pepper, and it was incredible! That recipe is definitely a keeper, if you’re making it for two just 1/4 it and you’ll get 2 large bowls out of it.

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Homemade French Onion Soup. I committed to adding to my cookbook this year. This was today's recipe.
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I love onions but caramelized onions in French Onion Soup is the best form of it πŸ§… (recipe in comments) youtu.be/YScMxYgYowA
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Recipe for French onion soup?

Hello, I am new here and a very novice cooker so please pardon my inexperience and lack of knowledge.

I don’t cook often (I’m in college and I’ll eat in the caf) but every once in a while I like trying a French onion soup for my family. I loved Jason’s Deli’s FOS but they stopped serving it. Anyways, I’ve tried 3 different recipes and they all fell flat from JD’s. Does anyone have a recipe that they think is the best? Or any β€œsecret ingredients” they add to the soup to make it better? Tonight I used this recipe and I didn’t think it was great but I improvised and added some stuff (sugar, worceshire sauce, more salt, etc.) and it turned out ok enough. But does anyone have a great recipe they think Can’t go wrong?

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Tried to make what I think French onion soup is without a recipe, with what I had. Yes, that's a slice of provolone cheese.
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PSA: Restaurant French Onion Soup Tip & A Recipe

Never order french onion soup from a non-french restaurant (unless its reputation precedes it). Make it yourself and never order it out, or go to a french place. My girlfriend for whatever reason insists on ordering herself french onion soup anytime the opportunity presents itself no matter the locale. Every single time (and I mean EVERY single time), it tastes the same; ie. bouillon cube beef broth overly seasoned with god knows what, too salty, waaaaaay too few onions, shit bread, and rubbery cheese (which isn't that bad).

So for those who haven't had the privilege of having good french onion soup, allow me to share a recipe:

  1. slice moderately thinly (mandoline slicer is great here) 3-4 lbs of onions
  2. On medium low heat, melt half a stick of butter and add the onions in a pot
  3. add 3-4 cloves-worth of chopped garlic
  4. add some salt now, as it helps bring the moisture out of the onions for caramelization
  5. this will take some time, but stir occasionally and wait until all of the water is evaporated while the onions caramelize - until they are a deep golden brown (this can take up to 1.5 hours depending on how many onions you use)
  6. Before adding stock, add herbes de provence and fresh ground black pepper to taste.
  7. Add beef stock (homemade is best, of course) until the onions are covered by about 2 inches of stock.
  8. simmer for about 15-30 minutes so the stock reduces just a bit and the flavor of the onions really gets into the liquid.
  9. Pre-heat your oven to broiling so that it reaches the temperature at the end of cooking.
  10. Once done, take it off of the heat and get some soup into oven-safe bowls.
  11. Slice some (preferably) french baguette into about 3/4" slices and add enough bread to cover the soup in the bowl
  12. Optional - take some of the shredded gruyere or swiss that you will put on top of the bread into the soup before placing the bread onto the soup, and mix.
  13. Cover the bread in a generous portion of shredded cheese and place the bowls into the broiler
  14. After between 2-5 minutes (keep the light on so you can make sure nothing's burning), the cheese should have some golden brown spots on the melted gooeyness.

So again, don't bother going out for this. Make it on your own! It's easy, and ESSENTIAL for any onion lover :)

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The Best French Onion Soup Recipe

Was wondering what y’all’s recipes were for French Onion Soup; from the most simple recipe to the most complex and intricate. I’ve always wanted to make my own, and from scrolling through this subreddit I’ve becomes inspired to make some of my own. Guidance is appreciated :) thanks y’all.

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Week 1: New Year, New Recipe - French Onion Soup Tatin reddit.com/gallery/krbd3k
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Benihana Hibachi Onion Soup - THE CORRECT RECIPE! (Miyabi Soup)

There are TONS of recipes for Benihana’s famous hibachi onion soup online. Some of them are decent. Others are just wrong. But none of them are correct. UNTIL NOW!

Today, for the very first time on the internet, I’m going to share with you the EXACT recipe used at Benihana Japanese steakhouse to make their delicious soup! I’m going to share with you the 3 SECRET INGREDIENTS that are missing from every recipe on the internet!

And if you don’t want to track down the special ingredients used at Benihana restaurants, I’m going to show you how you can recreate the soup using ingredients you’ll find at ANY grocery store!

I’ll also address the two main complaints I’ve seen from people attempting to make this soup at home.

Here is a YouTube video I made explaining the secret ingredients and on how to make the soup: https://youtu.be/Ejnjgszkn6A

Firstly, Benihana’s soup is a variation of a traditional Japanese soup called, β€œMiyabi Soup”. Often you’ll hear this soup referred to as β€œClear Soup”, (known in Japanese as: β€œSuimono”) but this soup isn’t actually a traditional clear soup. Traditional clear soups are made with dashi. Hibachi soup or Miyabi soup is actually a long-simmered meat-broth soup. Because Benihana is essentially a fusion restaurant that uses Japanese-inspired base recipes and techniques with Western ingredients, their hibachi soup is sort of a conglomeration of a traditional miyabi soup mixed with a French consomme.

One of the biggest complaints I’ve seen online when people attempt to make the soup at home is: β€œWhy isn’t my soup as clear as what I’ve seen at the restaurant?”. The reason for this is because ALL recipes online call for regular chicken or beef stock as the simmering liquid. And while Benihana does use chicken and beef stock as the base for their soup, the brand they use (Swiss Chalet HACO brand) is actually a consomme base. For those of you who are unfamiliar with a consomme, it is essentially a stock or broth that has been clarified using a coagulating agent, typically egg whites or ground meat, to β€˜clear’ the particles in the stock, resulting in a crystal clear final product. That’s the reason why your soup isn’t as clear as what you’re getting at the restaurant.

The other biggest complaint I’ve seen online is the soup is just bland. The reason for this is because most people are just following the recipe blindly and not seasoning enough at the end. The soup is act

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Any adjustments needed if substituting beef stock for chicken stock in a French Onion Soup (FOS) recipe?

I'm using the recipe by Serious Eats, and it calls for chicken stock. I already bought beef stock and need to use it. Is there any harm in substituting in beef stock? Do I need to adjust anything like the salt, etc.?

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