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30 Beef Soup Recipes

Since colder weather is on the way, now is a good time to get out those beef soup recipes and start making some to keep us toasty. To that end, I’ve compiled 30 beef soup recipes from around the world and put them all in one convenient place for you.

1. Vegetable Beef Soup (Fall apart beef!)

Vegetable beef soup with tender bits of beef, potato, and vegetables cooked low and slow in a savory broth laced with herbs. This beef soup recipe features a hidden ingredient that makes the liquid somewhat thicker, almost like gravy.

2. Vegetable Beef Soup

The ingredients for this vegetable beef soup include sirloin meat, potatoes, a variety of veggies, little noodles, and seasonings. A pound of beef can go a long way in this hearty and flavorful soup, which is perfect for feeding the whole family.

3. Crockpot Beef Barley Soup

The slow cooker is the secret to the soft meat and veggies in this beef barley soup recipe, and the barley turns out just right.

This soup freezes well because it does not include any dairy. Soup (or leftovers) can be stored in the freezer for up to three months if allowed to cool fully before being frozen.

Place it in the fridge the night before you want to eat it, and then reheat it in a saucepan over low heat the next day. Extras can be stored in the fridge for up to four days.

4. One-Pot Beef Stroganoff Soup

The classic beef stroganoff is reimagined as a healthy and filling soup. Plus, the noodles may be prepared alongside the rest of the dish. Quick and simple for a weeknight!

Let the soup cool to room temperature before serving. Pack into a sealed jar and refrigerate for up to 3 days. It’s important to remember that the noodles will keep soaking up soup even after you’ve served it.

If you plan on freezing this soup, you should prepare it without the noodles and then boil them separately before serving. The soup may be stored for up to two months in the freezer if it is stored in an airtight container. Defrost in the refrigerator overnight, then reheat on the stovetop or in the microwave.

5. Leftover Roast Beef And Wild Rice Soup

Leftover Roast Beef and Wild Rice Soup is a quick, cozy, and delicious supper that can be made in a single pot and enjoyed by the whole family. In addition, it’s a great way to recycle any roast beef you might have lying around. Having no leftover roast beef is not a problem. In addition to ground turkey, ground beef works well in this recipe. Continue reading to find out why this will become your new favorite prepare once and forget about it dinner!

6. Quick Vegetable Ground Beef Soup

This wholesome dish for Vegetable Ground Beef Soup is loaded with lots of delicate potatoes, bits of seasoned ground beef, and a variety of vegetables, all simmered in a broth that is based on tomatoes.

This hearty soup goes great with saltine crackers, garlic toast, or a Caesar salad on the side.

7. Albondigas Soup (Caldo De Albóndigas)

There is nothing bland or boring about this Albondigas soup recipe. It’s a go-to soup dish at my house. This dish is ideal for a hearty meal any time of day, but especially on a dreary or rainy day!

Caldo de Albondigas is a hearty and delicious dish that may be made in a single pot. I can’t believe how juicy and soft the meatballs are. They have just the right amount of herbs and spices to season them. It’s the kind of soup that makes you want to slurp it up like you did when you were a kid.

8. Sopa De Res (Cuban-style Beef Soup)

Beef soup, or Sopa de Res as it is known in Cuba, is a quick and cheap way to have a hearty, home-cooked dinner with all the nutritional value and flavor you’d expect from a meal of this caliber. In order to make this soup on a budget, a cheap cut of beef is cubed into bite-sized pieces.

Beef is simmered in a savory broth flavored with onions, garlic, and a variety of spices. Once that’s done, we toss in some potatoes and carrots and, like with any good Cuban recipe, serve it over a bed of white rice.

9. The Best Borscht Soup

This traditional recipe for Borscht is a healthful and hearty soup warmer. It’s a Ukrainian specialty, but this beet soup is popular throughout Russia and the rest of Eastern Europe. The cabbage, beef, and several other veggies in this hearty soup make for a flavorful and satisfying meal. This borscht gets its vibrant red hue and delicious flavor from the use of beets.

10. Creamy Beef Taco Soup

You can’t go wrong with this Creamy Beef Taco Soup (Keto Instant Pot Soup Recipe). The easiest Mexican dish you’ll ever make, ideal for a busy weekday. Everyone in the family will enjoy this hearty soup made with ground beef, onions, peppers, taco spices, cream, and cheeses. Gluten-free, low-carb, and delicious sumptuousness await you with this soup dish.

11. Slow Cooker Spicy Cabbage Beef Soup

The ground beef, onions, cabbage, and tomatoes in this Slow Cooker Spicy Cabbage Beef Soup are browned before being added to the slow cooker. It’s a straightforward soup, but it packs a ton of flavor, and it has a modest amount of carbohydrates.

The level of heat is about right if you use Rotel tomatoes labeled “Hot” and a quarter of a teaspoon’s worth of cayenne pepper. To increase the level of heat, either increase the amount of cayenne pepper used or add a quarter of a teaspoon’s worth of crushed red pepper flakes.

12. Hamburger Soup

This recipe for Hamburger Soup is a simple soup that is based on tomatoes and includes ground beef, potatoes, and spices. For convenience and ease of preparation, frozen veggies are used. This delicious soup only requires a single pot and a few basic ingredients.

13. Italian Meatball Soup

The beef meatballs, veggies, and noodles in this Italian soup are cooked in a hearty tomato broth until soft. Perfect for a quick evening meal when time is of the essence!

In my case, meatballs are a hit with the kids and the adults alike. Dinner meatballs are a staple in our home, so I try to include them as often as possible. When I want to switch things up from my usual fare of cheesy meatballs or Greek meatballs with rice, I make this substantial meatball soup instead.

14. Beef Asian Noodle Soup

The first time I slurp (or bite) into a bowl of Beef Asian Noodle Soup, I fell madly, deeply in love. Served in a flavorful Asian-spiced broth with satisfying lacey noodles, this dish has tender beef and crunchy young bok cabbage.

Noodles, broth, beef, and bok choy should be divided evenly amongst bowls. Sprinkle optional additional soy sauce, cilantro, red chili pepper flakes, and Black Chinese vinegar on top of each serving.

15. Loaded Beef Enchilada Soup

This recipe for Quick and Easy Beef Enchilada Soup has ground beef, beans, corn, and enchilada sauce as its primary ingredients. This simple meal for dinner may be prepared in one pot using items that are more or less always available. Enchilada soup is the ideal dish for either a hectic weeknight or a relaxing evening spent at home.

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16. Beefy Mexican Rice Soup

The beef, rice, beans, and corn in this Mexican-style soup are sure to fill you up.  This simple soup recipe has all the taste of your favorite burritos, but it only takes about an hour to make.When was the last time you made soup from scratch? 

The prospect of throwing random ingredients and spices into a dutch oven and hoping for the best is daunting, but also potentially rewarding.

17. Nilagang Baka (Filipino Beef Soup With Vegetables)

Nilagang Baka is a Filipino beef soup made with vegetables including potatoes, beans, and cabbage, and simmered until the beef is very soft.
This is one of those “everyday” dishes that can always be found on a Filipino family’s table. Of course, rice is a must, and my go-to dip is fish sauce mixed with chili flakes.

It’s ideal for gloomy days, but people eat it all year long, even when it’s hot outside. I know that seems strange to others, but not to us Filipinos. Hot soup in the middle of a hot day is surprisingly pleasant. You have to experience it for yourself to fully appreciate it.

18. Jamaican Beef Soup Recipe

On Saturdays, Jamaican Beef Soup is the go-to option for those looking for a hearty meal. It is a substantial soup meal that consists of beef, carrots, turnips, pumpkin, cho cho (chayote squash), and yam. Typically accompanied by dumplings made from flour.

19. Galbitang (Beef Short Rib Soup)

Galbitang is a transparent soup prepared with beef short ribs (which are referred to as galbi in the Philippines). This rich, filling soup has a taste that is not overpowering at all. In a typical preparation, the ribs are cooked by boiling them for a sufficient amount of time with Korean radish (mu, ), onion, garlic, and ginger.

This soup is regarded a luxury among Korean soups since it is made using beef short ribs, which are a costly piece of meat. As a result, it is frequently given for special events such as wedding celebrations.

20. Hearty Korean Beef Soup

This Korean Beef Soup, also known as Gogiguk (), is perhaps one of the easiest soups that you will ever have to prepare. It is also one of the most important to learn since it may serve as the basis for a wide variety of other Korean soups such as Manduguk (), Yukgyejang (), Mooguk (), etc., making it one of the most important to master.

However, you might be taken aback by how delicious it is even when consumed on its own. Although I have previously discussed the process of preparing beef stock in my article titled “Dduk Guk with beef and dumplings,” I felt that this beautifully clear yet robust beef soup needed a post of its very own. Also, the manner in which you bring the soup to a close differs depending on whether you are serving it as a stew or a soup, so let’s get started!

21. Tuscan Beef Soup

A wholesome and filling soup that features beef chunks, farro, cannellini beans, garlic, tomatoes, and kale. On a chilly day, make yourself a bowl of this Tuscan Beef Soup from scratch on the stove for a great bowl of comfort food to warm yourself with.

22. Beef & Lentil Soup

Here’s an alternative recipe for beef mince that you might like to try: a substantial soup made with beef, lentils, and veggies. Lentil soups may be so monotonous, but not this one thanks to an adaptation of my Best Ever Lentil Soup that includes ground beef and Moroccan-inspired spices. Lentil soups can be so uninteresting, but not this one!

23. Beef And Tomato Macaroni Soup

When the weather gets colder and your hunger gets bigger, you’ll want to make a pot of this Beef and Tomato Macaroni Soup again and again since it’s not only easy to make but also quite gratifying. In the kitchen, time savers are as important as lifesavers, and one of my favorite fall dishes is a hearty pot of piping hot soup that soothes the soul. The majority of soups need very little work to prepare with.

24. Old Fashioned Vegetable Beef Soup

Even though it’s created from scratch, this veggie beef soup is really simple to put together. Do you recall your mother forcing you to eat a variety of vegetables when you were 10 years old? They have indeed reemerged. Your mature self is going to like the nutritious and flavorful addition that these vegetables provide to the soup.

If you add some chopped potatoes to the mix and serve it with a side of garlic bread for good measure, you have yourself a whole handmade supper that required very little work on your part.

To save time and effort while making freshly baked bread, my go-to “cheat” is to use dough that has been previously frozen.

25. Pasta e Fagioli (Olive Garden Copycat)

The hearty pasta and bean soup known as Pasta e Fagioli was created by Olive Garden. This traditional Italian soup is sure to win you over since it is packed to the gills with beans, vegetables, noodles, and lean beef. You may create a really pleasant supper by complementing it with some Soft Dinner Rolls.

26. Corned Beef and Cabbage Soup

This is a really straightforward soup that gets its flavor from corned beef that has been patiently cooked until it is so soft that it practically melts in your tongue and is absolutely delicious. After adding the beef, I pack this soup full of vegetables, which include the usual suspects such as onions, carrots, and celery in addition to a generous amount of cabbage, which is a fantastic complement to the corned beef.

When I make this stew, I prefer to add potatoes or cauliflower, celeriac, or even barley to bulk it out and make it a more substantial and satisfying dinner. On Saint Patrick’s Day, get yourself a bowl of corned beef and cabbage soup and snuggle up with it!

27. One Pot Beef Tortellini Soup

Making this beef tortellini soup in a single pot is about as simple as it gets. In addition to that, it is packed to the brim with flavor, all of which comes from basic, easily accessible ingredients.

This thick and hearty tomato soup is filled with both ground beef and cheese tortellini. A great deal of flavor may be added with only a few basic herbs and spices from the kitchen.

You’re going to adore this dish since it only requires a single pot, which makes cleaning in the kitchen a joy. You won’t want to miss out on include this in your rotation of weekly dinners, especially when the weather becomes cooler.

28. Instant Pot Lasagna Soup

Instant Pot Lasagna Soup is the quintessential dish for soothing the soul. This delectable soup is sure to gratify a large number of people because it is prepared with either ground beef or ground turkey and three different kinds of cheese.

When you reheat any leftovers, you might want to add some additional broth to the dish. When the soup is kept in the refrigerator, the noodles will be able to absorb a significant amount of the liquid.

29. Philly Cheesesteak Beef Stew

All the flavor of a Philly Cheesesteak without the Cheez Whiz, this beef stew is created with chuck roast that has been cooked in butter before being added to onions, bell peppers, and mushrooms in a thick beef sauce and baked for many hours.

30. Beef Pot Pie Soup

This soup is reminiscent of shepherd’s pie in more ways than one. The “Cottage Pie” is traditionally made with beef, whereas the “Shepherd’s Pie” is traditionally made with lamb. But as time has passed, the meaning of the name “Shepherd’s pie” has become more generic, and it may now be used to refer to any baked dish consisting of ground pork topped with mashed potatoes as the crust. Consequently, regardless of whether you refer to it as Shepherd’s Pie Soup or Beef Pot Pie Soup, I can promise that you will refer to it as “wonderful!”