5 mins Prep
10 mins Cook
Tbsp Plain Flour
Grated Cheddar Cheese
Dried French Onion Soup Mix
Please Note – Nutritional information is provided as a guide only and may not be accurate.
This is how my Mum makes rissoles. French Onion Soup Flavored Rissoles are so delicious I thought I’d share the recipe with you!
You can pick up packets of dry French Onion soup from all supermarkets – for as little as 45c a packet!
You can also substitute the usual beef mince for chicken mince should you like. Or flatten them out to make them into burger patties!
Place all ingredients except for the flour into a bowl. Mix well with your hands until combined.
Make hand-full portions of mince and form a pattie.
Roll into the flour and set aside on a clean plate.
Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Fry for 5 minutes on each side or until cooked all the way through.
Recipe Hints and Tips:
- You can substitute beef mince for chicken or pork mince if you wish.
- Flatten the patties if you want to make hamburgers.
- You can leave out the cheese.
French Onion Soup Flavoured Rissoles are the perfect comfort food for cold winter days. They’re yummy meat patties that are full of flavour, and they’re perfect for kids and adults alike. The best part about them is that they’re easy to make, and you can make them ahead of time and freeze them for later.
So if you’re looking for a delicious and easy winter dish, this soup is the way to go!
Any Aussie worth their salt knows how to make a good rissole. They’re the perfect comfort food, and can be easily jazzed up with different flavours. But when it comes to French onion soup flavoured rissoles, there’s only one way to do it – like mum used to make them.
First, you’ll need to caramelise some onions. This is key, as it gives the rissoles that deep, rich flavour that makes French onion soup so delicious. Once the onions are nicely caramelised, add in some garlic and thyme and give everything a good stir. Then, it’s time to add the beef mince.
You want to make sure the mince is nice and lean, as this will help to keep the rissoles from being too greasy. Once everything is combined, shape the mixture into little balls and then fry them in a hot pan until they’re nice and crispy on the outside.
To finish things off, dunk the rissoles in some French onion soup (homemade if you’re feeling fancy) and enjoy! These little beauties are guaranteed to hit the spot – just like mum used to make them. Bon appetit!