Vegetable Beef Noodle Soup


Vegetable Beef Soup made up consisting of stewed beef and ground meat, tomatoes the beef broth, basic eggs, canned vegetables along with dried spice blends. The soup is hearty and comforting, and is ready to serve at the table within 30 minutes! It’s easy to make using only simple and cheap ingredients.


Check out the recipe for Vegetable Beef Soup if are looking for a recipe with no noodles.

Vegetable Beef and Noodle Soup !

The Vegetable Beef with Noodles Soup Recipe one my favorites soups to cook during the cold winter months.

It is among the recipes I usually cook on cold days since it’s perfect for those comfortable days when everyone’s at home from work and school.

Last time that I attempted this, it was during a snow day, an school dismissal early because of the weather and the snow day was a day off from school. Kevin even got off for the day due to the weather.


We’ve not had one of them this year, with everyone at home for school, which is a good thing. I’m curious if winter days will be a thing in the past, now that it’s so simple to go to school using the internet.

It’s cold and dull today. The snowy weather has me looking forward to warm soups. Particularly this recipe to make Vegetable Beef and Noodle Soup!

What is the Best Cut of Meat for Vegetable Soup

The key to succulent beef with this recipe lies in making sure to use the correct cut of beef. is what makes an impact in the Vegetable Beef Soup! To make it tender, melt your mouth pieces of beef Use the chuck meat.

The fat-marbling of the roast cooks when the soup is cooked, resulting in tender meat bites. It is possible to find the chuck shoulder, chuck roast or chuck-eye roast the top chuck while searching for the meat to use in this recipe.

Why is my Beef Stew Meat Tough

It is unfortunate that what is described by the name of “stew beef,” often results in tough as well as chewy, beef inside the soup. Stew beef is typically made up of various cuts of beef, usually less lean and of lower quality than the chuck roast. With no fat marbling the meat won’t turn into bites of tenderness.

Why Are My Noodles Soggy in Soup?

Pasta can continue to absorb liquid after it is been cooked and cool. This is the reason you might be confronted with mushy, soggy noodles, or realized that the leftovers have turned into a heap of vegetables, meat, and noodles, with little to no broth.

The good thing is it’s easy to keep noodles from becoming mushy! Take these steps:

Tips to Avoid Noodles from getting soggy in soup

Cook the noodles separate with the soup. This is the best method to avoid soggy pasta when making soups made with noodles. It is then possible to serve them in separate bowls, pouring some noodles and then pouring soup on top of it into the bowl. Tips: For extra-spicy noodles, cook them in their broth, instead of in water.


Make the pasta cook in the soup when you have additional liquid in the soup so it’s not an issue whether the pasta absorbs a portion of the broth. You are planning to eat the entire soup at the same time, leaving no leftovers. If this is the case cook it for around one minute less than the most time the pasta packaging specifies. The pasta will cook using the heat that remains in the bowl.

Do you have leftover pasta and soup? Keep them separate in the food storage containers within the refrigerator. To avoid leftover pasta becoming stuck together in the fridge, mix it in a tiny amount of oil prior to refrigerating. While reheating your pasta, cook the soup bowl (or the pot) of soup until extremely hot, and then mix in the noodles. The hot soup will heat the noodles to.

Don’t keep the soup in the freezer with the noodles. If you plan to batch cook and make soup to freeze, or you’re looking to freeze leftovers Don’t keep the pasta along with the soup. It is better for you to boil the pasta later at a time when you’re planning to take the soup for a meal. Here’s more info regarding How to Freeze Soup.

How to Get Flavorful Noodles for Vegetable Noodle Soup

The benefit of cooking noodles in soup is that they are very well seasoned since they have absorbed flavours of the soup.

If you are planning making your noodles separately from the soup, to prevent mushy noodles I suggest cooking your noodles in broth instead of in water, so that you do not have to deal with boring pasta with the recipe. Vegetable Beef And Noodle Soup recipe.

If the recipe you are making needs chicken broth make the noodles with chicken broth. This recipe has made from beef, which is why I suggest making the noodles with beef broth.

You may also use extra broth, then dispose of it after using it (or include it in the broth). You can also remove some broth from the soup, then cook noodles, and then add the remaining broth back into the soup. Whatever method you choose is perfectly fine.



1 pound of beef cut into smaller pieces (stew meat round steaks, round steaks, etc.)

1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon olive

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon of black pepper

1/2 onion chopped

1 cup carrots, diced

1 Cup celery chopped, diced

1 teaspoon of dried thyme

4 cups of beef broth or stock

14.5 tablespoons diced tomatoes

2 cloves garlic, crushed

2 cups of egg noodles (uncooked)





Make use of an enormous soup pot and turn it on to medium-high temperature. Incorporate the olive oil, and when it’s hot , add the beef cubes and onion and then reduce the heat to medium. The beef is cooked for a couple of minutes to brown , and then add the water until it covers the beef. Bring the stew to a simmer, then cover it and cook for 30-40 minutes to ensure that the steak is soft.

Then add salt pepper, thyme carrots, celery and broth. Mix it all up and bring to a boil. Then cover and simmer for fifteen minutes until the vegetable is cooked. Test the flavor and add more spice and salt if the vegetables require it.

Finally, add the cooked egg noodles and the crushed garlic. Stir well. Cook for about 5 minutes, or until the noodles are fully cooked. Remove the noodles from the pan and allow it to sit for a few minutes before letting be cool prior to serving.

Sprinkle with fresh parsley If you like. The leftovers can be stored inside an airtight container. You can also freeze them for later. Be aware you that noodles are likely to absorb broth if stored kept in the refrigerator for a few hours or. You may add additional broth prior to reheating it should you find it difficult.