Slow Cooker Steak Soup

Slow Cooker Steak Soup – sirloin roast, beef broth, onion soup mix, tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce, and egg noodles. Cooks all day in the crockpot – even the noodles. Serve with some crusty bread for an easy weeknight meal!

Slow Cooker Steak Soup - sirloin roast, beef broth, onion soup mix, tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce and egg noodles. Cooks all day in the crockpot - even the noodles. Serve with some crusty bread for an easy weeknight meal!

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This time of year I love to have soup for dinner. Soup is easy to make and warms us up on these cool Fall nights. This Steak Soup has quickly become a new favorite. We’ve made it several times in the past few weeks and just can’t seem to get enough of it.

The soup starts with browning some chopped roast and then tossing it in the slow cooker with some beef broth, onion soup mix, tomato paste and Worcestershire sauce. About 15 minutes before you are ready to serve the soup, toss in some egg noodles and let them cook until tender. I love that the noodles cook in the slow cooker!

This Slow Cooker Steak Soup is SO delicious! It is hard to believe that something so simple can taste so good. Serve this with some crusty bread for a complete meal! Comfort food at its best.

Slow Cooker Steak Soup - sirloin roast, beef broth, onion soup mix, tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce and egg noodles. Cooks all day in the crockpot - even the noodles. Serve with some crusty bread for an easy weeknight meal!
bowl of steak soup with noodles

Slow Cooker Steak Soup

Yield: 6 people
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 8 hrs
Total Time 8 hrs 10 mins
Slow Cooker Steak Soup – sirloin roast, beef broth, onion soup mix, tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce, and egg noodles. Cooks all day in the crockpot – even the noodles. Serve with some crusty bread for an easy weeknight meal!

Ingredients:

  • lb sirloin tip roast, cut into 1-inch cubes
  • ¼ cup flour
  • ½ tsp salt
  • ½ tsp ground pepper
  • 2 Tbsp canola oil
  • 1 (1-oz) envelope dry onion soup mix
  • 4 cups beef broth
  • 1 Tbsp tomato paste
  • 1 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 cups uncooked medium egg noodles

Instructions:

  • Combine roast, flour, salt and pepper in a large ziplock bag. Seal and shake to coat beef.
  • Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Remove beef from ziplock bag, discard any excess flour mixture. Sauté beef until browned, about 5 minutes.
  • Place meat into slow cooker. Add onion soup mix, beef broth, tomato paste and Worcestershire sauce. Cook on LOW for 8 hours, until beef is tender.
  • Add noodles to slow cooker. Cover and cook on LOW for 15-30 minutes, until noodles are tender.

Notes:

Can brown meat the night before and put in the slow cooker in the morning.
Slow Cooker Steak Soup - sirloin roast, beef broth, onion soup mix, tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce and egg noodles. Cooks all day in the crockpot - even the noodles. Serve with some crusty bread for an easy weeknight meal!
bowl of steak & noodle soup

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  1. Instead of noodles (someone here hates them!), if I substitute barley, any recommendation on how much to use and when to add in the cooking process?

  2. What’s your experience on cooking the roast 8 hours? Unless it’s a fatty cut of meat that will be very dry. I thought doing it floured and browned as you say, then adding the roast and drippings towards the end.

    1. My experience is that cooking a roast for at least 8 hours makes it fall apart tender and juicy. Most pot roast cuts need to be cooked a long time because they are tough pieces of meat.

  3. This is our favorite soup. Last night we did it on the stovetop and simmered it for about 90 minutes. Made homemade noodles for it. It has such great flavor, thick and rich broth. We really love it. Great recipe!

  4. This soup is rich and fantastic. I cooked the soup a little longer than 8 hours because I was working so the meat fell apart. But is meat so tender that it falls apart really an issue?!! No way! Will be making again.

  5. Hello, I have a 6qt crock pot but I am wondering if I can cook this on high instead of low and how long would that take. Was wanting to make it today, but 8 hrs. will be too late. Any info. would be much appreciated!

  6. We had this tonight for supper with some crusty garlic bread. We also made some homemade noodles for it. It is my new favorite. So delicious. The kids thought it would also be good with potatoes, carrots, and celery…almost like a pot roast soup!

  7. i would just have to add carrots, celery and onion to this and i would use thin noodles also sounds so good

  8. This was AMAZING!The people adding cream soup and sour cream crack me up!! They are just turning your fantabulous recipe into beef stroganoff. WaaLaa!! 2 meals from you.

  9. I wasn’t sure anyone in the family would like it BUT…it was a huge hit! We are not big red meat eaters but they loved it! I used a sirloin steak and a New York strip cut in cubes. Made garlic knots to go with it. Only 1 bowl leftover with 4 people eating. Thanks for a great meal!!

  10. That"s what I am going to do & I am also going to add sliced carrots to the crock pot. I used a recipe & a half & can"t wait to have some tomorrow night. Also I am using beef stock instead of broth. I hope thats alright ? Elaine

  11. My husband doesn't eat ANY type of soup.. but loves beef tips & gravy over egg noodles. I'm going to try this to see if it could be a contender on our menu line-up!

  12. So excited to try this for dinner tonight. I used good quality stew meat and will add whole wheat egg noodles. Hope it turns out as good as yours looks. Thanks for sharing.

  13. It's in the crockpot for dinner tonight. So excited to try it tonight. I had good quality stew meat so I used that. I will also add whole wheat egg noodles. Hope it turns out as good. Thanks foe sharing.

  14. I made this a couple of weeks ago, but doubled the noodles, as I wanted more of a beef and noodle type meal. My husband's 2nd cousin (10 year old) is a VERY picky eater and he asked for seconds! His grandma was SHOCKED, I gave her the recipe so she would make it for him. I am making it again for supper tonight and hope to have plenty of leftovers!

  15. The ingredients, is this TWO 1/4 pound sirloin beef tip roasts? Or a single "2 and 1/4" pound sirloin beef tip roast?

  16. How many people does this serve would you think? I am having my family over on Sunday and was thinking maybe I should double it?

  17. We used little over twice the noodles (12 oz. bag), cut up beef roast into 1 inch squares and used the whole can of tomato paste (6 oz.) and it was SO GOOD.. We even tweaked it for an electric pressure cooker so it's done in an hour!!!

    3. Place meat into electric pressure cooker. Add onion soup mix, beef broth, tomato paste and Worcestershire sauce. Use Stew/Meat setting and let cook for 40 minutes.

    4. Add noodles, cover and cook on SLOW cook setting for 20 minutes.

  18. Use good meat if you are not cooking for long. If you go the whole 6-8 hours a cheaper cut will do. I don't onion soup because no matter what it is in, I can taste it. And if you want to try something a little different, cut a rutabaga in qtrs and throw one in for taste. I don't like rutabagas as a rule but that really gives soups and stews alot of flavor.

  19. Trying it today with venison. Hubby cut up meat last night and put cider vinegar on to help get rid of wild taste. Smells good already.

  20. Tried the soup but used cream of chicken soup instead of french onion and no flour due to cream of chicken soup and it turned out really well.

  21. Great flavor… my only critique is that the broth is VERY rich and thick. Next time I will add at least 1 cup water to it, possibly two.

  22. I have been wanting to make this and never have the 8 hours it takes. So I browned my beef tips this morning and put everything but the noodles in the crockpot. Will pop the crock in the cooker in the morning and see how it goes.

  23. Made this, used sirloin steak. Used an entire bag of egg noodles and increased the amount of liquid, as I was making for a larger group. Everyone enjoyed it. Was very good. Definitely will make again 🙂

  24. can you do this on the stove top as well because I usually don't have the time to start the crockpot and wait several hours

  25. In the crock pot now. I used stew meat (they were out of sirloin) and only about 1/2 tsp of flour mixture so I just dumped it all in with the meat. Looks and smells yummy, can't wait to taste it!

  26. In the crock pot now. I used beef stew meat (they were out of top sirloin). And there wasn't much flour mix left, prob about 1/2 tsp so I just dumped it in. Looks and smells yummy, can't wait to try it!

  27. Why throw your flour mixture away? I would mix into the drippings from browning the meat then add the broth to it. It isn't enough flour to make it overly thick.

  28. It would be so great if you could print this recipe. I hate sitting and writing out recipes because the website does not have a print option.

    1. Every recipe has a printable recipe – just click on (Printable Recipe) above the ingredients. It even has a picture with the recipe!

  29. I make my own copycat mix. I haven't bought Lipton soup mix in years. Use onion powder, dehydrated onion, Knorr sodium free beef bouillon powder, celery salt to taste or not. Google copycat onion soup.

  30. Does anyone know if they make a reduced sodium onion soup mix. This really sounds good, but the soup mix is so high in sodium. any suggestions?

    1. Google low sodium French onion soup and there is a great substitute recipe. I use it with Salisbury Steak recipe. My husband loves it.

      1. I add fresh mushrooms, fresh green beans, even pre-cooked/left over grilled Prime Rib 😋 ….added sauté shallots &
        modified spices, due to steaks were rubbed before grilling

  31. May I ask what size crockpot you used? -Also, could veggies be added into the soup. And if so, at what point? Thank you in advance.

  32. What size crockpot did you use? I used a 5qt and it as ready much faster than 8hrs on low. I will adjust and give it another try.

  33. what size crockpot did you use? I used a 5qt and mine was ready in much less than 8 hours…will plan accordingly next time.

  34. Made this tonight for dinner and it was delicious! The only thing my brother-in-law said besides yum and this is good, was – the next time, could we make it with venison? I think I'll try that later. Thanks for a great addition to my dinner rotation.

  35. This looks delicious! Do you think it would work with beef I browned the night before & put in the fridge overnight?

    1. When adding noodles towards the end, do I add cooked noodles or just right out of the bag? Just curious! Thank you 🙂

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