Step 3: Carmelize!

1. Heat the olive oil in your pot. I usually put the stove on "6" (out of ten), or medium high. Wait until the oil gets hot. I usually wait until I see a little bit of smoke rising from the pot. If the oil is not hot when you add the onions, they will stick to the pan.

2. Add your onions and garlic and quickly stir them until they absorb some of the heat of the oil. Let them cook for about 6 minutes or until they are translucent. Stir them once in a while to make sure they don't stick or burn.
<p>Thank you! This recipe is absolutely delicious! Its become a staple at my house for dinner and everyone always wants seconds! </p>
I <em>always</em> love a good soup!
This sounds so good! Dal soup is one of my favorites. I think I'll have to try it with the whole coriander seeds next time - that sounds amazing!

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