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Combine all ingredients.
By Deeli from Richland, WA
I tried the El Pollo Loco copycat recipe this past weekend. Tasted good but not like the real deal. Lila, given that this is your recipe, I'm sure the results will be much better.
This is great when you are out of dry onion soup. It is easy to make your own.
Mix together well. Stir before using. 1 package equals 1 oz. Makes 8 oz.
I love this! I have never seen a recipe for dry soup mix and have always felt like I had to go buy some whenever I needed it for a recipe. Thanks!
I have been using this recipe for years in place of the original. I think it is just as tasty and is certainly less expensive than the real thing.
Combine all ingredients. Quantity is the equivalent of 1 package of soup mix.
By Don Howse from Ajijic, MX
Thank you so much!! I too, never new the equivalent of this mix to the store bought, but now I do!!
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When you prepare meatloaf, pot roast, beef stew, etc., why buy those little packets of onion soup when you probably have all these ingredients in your kitchen already?
Mix together all of the ingredients and store in an airtight container. Five tablespoons of this mix is equal to one (1.25-oz) package.
By Donna from Las Vegas, NV
Combine all ingredients and store in an airtight container. Five Tbsp. = 1 package of onion soup mix. Use as commercial onion soup mix.
By Christi from Paducah, KY