Need a great new recipe that your kids will be fighting you for the leftovers? Ryder wasn’t about to let me or his daddy get the last of this Crock Pot Steak Soup from Gooseberry Patch’s Everyday Slow Cooker.
Updated now with a video from Mikey.
Aunt Lou here.
I have been on a roll lately.
I rarely make a recipe that we don’t like…and you guys don’t ever hear about those rare occasions because I’m not about to share a recipe with you if we don’t like it!
However, here lately I have been hitting it out of the park with almost every recipe I make! It has started to become common place for Michael to tell me that I can make a recipe again anytime I want! This Crock Pot Steak Soup made that list as well. Yum!
Crock Pot Steak Soup
Now this is not a dump and go recipe. It isn’t hard, but it isn’t a 5 minute prep recipe. The little bit of effort you have to put into it is SO worth it though. After your first bite, you won’t think twice about spending 10-15 minutes putting it together (hmmm…am I spoiled if I think spending 10-15 minutes to make a recipe is a long time? 😉 ).
Serves: 6 servings
- 2.5 lb beef sirloin tip
roast,cut into 1 inchcubes
- ¼ c all-purpose flour
- ½ t salt
- ½ t pepper
- 2 T canola oil
- 1 oz pkg onion soup mix
- 4 c beef broth
- 1 T tomato paste
- 1 T Worcestershire sauce
- 2 c uncooked wide egg noodles
- Mix together your flour, salt and pepper in a large plastic zipping bag
- Add your beef cubes, seal the bag and toss the beef in the flour mixture until well coated
- In a large, deep skillet, heat your oil over medium-high heat and add your coated beef
- Saute your beef in your skillet until it is brown (about 6 minutes)
- Place your browned beef in your crock pot
- Sprinkle your soup mix evenly over your beef
- In a bowl, use a whisk to combine your broth, tomato paste and Worcestershire sauce
- Once combined well, pour over your beef
- Cover and cook on low for 8 hours, until beef is tender
- Add your noodles and cover and cook for 30 more minutes, until the noodles are tender
Slow Cooker Recommendation
For this good-enough-to-fight-for-the-leftovers Crock Pot Steak Soup, I used my beloved Cera (my 6 Quart Crock Pot with Ceramic Coated Pot). You can use your favorite 5-6 quart slow cooker.
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