Tuscan Onion Casserole Class
On-Demand Class: Video Replay + Detailed Recipe
La Carabaccia, or Tuscan Onion Soup Casserole, born in Tuscany during the Medieval Ages, is a dish of peasant’s origin that used inexpensive and available ingredients, such as onions.
The recipe has been documented in cookbooks since the Renaissance and can be considered the precursor to the French soupe d’oignons. Introduced to the court of the French King Henry II by his wife Catherine de’ Medici, La Carabaccia became a popular dish following the French Revolution.
Featuring crusty bread topped with melted pecorino Toscano cheese and immersed in a sweet onion broth, this Tuscan Onion Soup Casserole is an essential side dish or a simple vegetarian dinner, perfect for all your warm and cozy gatherings this winter season. I’ll teach you my secret to making the perfect crunchy bread to top the casserole that will elevate your baking game!
For the onion soup base
- vegetable or chicken stock
For the onion soup casserole
- French or sourdough loaf or baguette, in slices and toasted (about 4 slices)
- 4 tablespoons pecorino Toscano – or parmigiano cheese – grated
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When does this class take place?
The live version of this class has already happened, so now you can participate in the class any time you want via our class replay video.
What do I get when I sign up for a class replay?
You’ll gain access to our private class webpage, which includes:
– Class replay video (1 hour+)
– Shopping list
– Kitchen tool recommendations
– Recipe instructions
– Printable PDF versions of the ingredients and recipe
How does it work? Do I need a special program to participate?
Class information and video replays will be hosted on this website. You will set up a password to access these private class pages when you enroll for a class. Further instructions will be included in your confirmation email.
What if I want to sign up for more than one class replay?
Once you’ve signed up for your first class, you’ll have an account in our system with your email address and the password you set up during registration. You may need to log in to purchase additional classes or memberships, and you can always reset your password here.