Mushroom-Beef Noodle Soup

January/February 2013

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You don’t need much beef in this homey mushroom-beef noodle soup recipe, since mushrooms and a little Worcestershire sauce give it plenty of savory flavor.

Mushroom-Beef Noodle Soup

6 Reviews for Mushroom-Beef Noodle Soup


YUM-E! Good soup! Always looking for a healthy hearty soup. Love homemade soups. This one is a keeper. My husband loved it and he does love mushrooms. I followed the recipe but did add extra mushrooms, and little more broth(I usually add more ingred. in than called for-so needed more broth). I didn't add the dry mushrooms just becuz we don't care for them much. Just added more fresh ones. I did stay away from the turnip too. Didn't have any good ones at my store. Whenever I make anything with Beef or Beef broth and it calls for wine/I usually use dry sherry. It pairs well with the beef flavor(like french onion soup). I am attn. a pix for my soup pot-we had plenty for leftovers.

Yum-E Mushroom and Beef Noodle Soup

very tasty soup....will make again....did prep work different though


Full of flavor and quick to make (for a soup). I omitted the turnips and the porcini mushrooms. delicious!

Delicious winter soup

Very tasty, my husband loved it! One full serving is 5 points when following Weight Watchers. Eating healthy soups contributed to my 16 lb weight loss.

Hearty and healthy
Healthy and Hearty
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I loved this recipe! I'm not a huge mushroom fan but my husband is so I thought I'd try it for him. I didn't put a full pound of cremini in, although it would be fine for mushroom lovers. I put a little less carrot and celery (about a cup each), because I didn't have much on hand, and thought it was plenty. I also left out the turnip and garnish. Otherwise, followed the recipe and thought it was awesome!


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