Instant Pot Steak Soup Recipe | Yummly

Instant Pot Steak Soup

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  • 2 pounds round steak (cut into 1 inch cubes)
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground pepper
  • 1 onion soup mix (envelop dry, 1 oz)
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 4 cups beef broth
  • 2 cups medium egg noodles (uncooked)
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium43% DV1040mg
    Fat28% DV18g
    Protein55% DV28g
    Carbs1% DV4g
    Fiber0% DV0g
    Calories320Calories from Fat160
    Total Fat18g28%
    Saturated Fat8g40%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat160
    Total Carbohydrate4g1%
    Dietary Fiber0g0%
    Vitamin A0%
    Vitamin C2%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Jerri 6 days ago
    Overall this was great! May choose different noodle next time.
    Laura 4 months ago
    Would double the recipe for leftovers
    Luis 4 months ago
    We have had the Instant Pot sitting in a corner for a while and I decided to experiment because I had never personally used it. The reviews seemed good and I was optimistic. I did tweak it a bit and I must say of all the dishes I prepared in the last 9 months or so, this was DEFINITELY the most flavorful. I printed and it will be a sure REDO within a couple of weeks and will set in the planner for a repeat at least a couple more times while the weather is cold. Definite comfort food for cold weather.
    Garett Kuehl 5 months ago
    Best instant pot meal yet! Used no sodium ingredients, cubed slightly smaller chunks of meat and served over top of a shredded mozzarella (like Panera French onion soup). Those that say meat was tough, that’s on them. Look at your cut of meat and slice against the grain. All steaks have a grain and if you cut against it, will maximize tenderness regardless of how it’s prepared (also a game changer for jerky success)
    Lyndsie Bunce 5 months ago
    the steak was tough. i followed the directions and just just came out really tough
    Rachel Wanzer 7 months ago
    Huge hit with my family! I added mixed frozen vegetables to it as well. Very savory taste.
    Rick Bulin 9 months ago
    Excellent have made a couple of times now added carrots celery and mushrooms turns out great every time
    ke ct 9 months ago
    good quick easy salty not great but good
    Shelly Prothro 10 months ago
    Added veggies so make it more nutritious.
    Natasha a year ago
    I made it on the stove as I don’t have an Instant Pot and let it simmer all day. Before simmering , I seared and seasoned meat in a bit of oil, in flour Lawrys and McCormick Montreal Steak Seasoning. I also added shredded carrots for some color.
    Kim Winnell a year ago
    awlful, salty, tasteless. was like drinking beef broth directly. used the left overs with mushrooms cooked down in butter and a can if mushroom soup. suddenly it became magical, silky smooth and creamy. will do this next time. as now l will cook this again.
    Anna L. a year ago
    It says a lot when my 7 year old son asks for seconds!
    Pamela B. a year ago
    I thought it was excellent, reminded me of the beef soup my mom used to make. I crushed the onion soup with a rolling pin (I don't like to look at floating onions), added sliced carrots at the beginning and some celery when the noodles went in (only because I like veggies in my beef soup). I would definitely make it again. I make soup every week from about September through April, and I would definitely recommend this recipe.
    Teresa a year ago
    Really easy and tons of flavor!
    Sarah A. a year ago
    It was ok... not very flavorful. I did add carrots like another person suggested which made it a bit more stew like. I don’t think I’ll make it again
    Goranson a year ago
    Delicious! I just used a pack of stew meat and organic french onion dip dry mix and it came out great!
    YumChef a year ago
    Used Choice top round. Seared whole piece for crusty flavor, set aside and cube. Added minced jalapeños. Substituted mushroom broth for beef broth. Used Knorr’s French Onion Soup also. Delicious...
    Maria a year ago
    The only change I made was using low sodium chicken broth because I already had it on hand and I used 2 packages of onion soup mix for extra flavor. The meat was fall apart tender and the broth was very rich tasting for only a 20 minute cook time. I think next time, I'll add some carrots to it to bulk it up a bit.
    Ashley a year ago
    I did not realize this was a pressure cooker recipe. I bought all the ingredients then I had to wing it. My meat turned out chewy and I found it a bit salty, even after cutting the broth with water. Since this was meant for a pressure cooker, it may have turned out a lot better if I cooked it that way!
    tamera Palmer a year ago
    awesome soup for cold nights
    Cedric a year ago
    Excellent dish on a snowy day❄🌨! 👍😀😘 Yummly delicious🤗👌 Tendwr pieces of beef and a hearty soup...a must try! (and easy!)