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Quick Beef & Barley Soup

January/February 2011

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (139 votes)

Quick-cooking barley and sirloin help get this beef-and-barley soup on the table in a snap—and it doubles easily. If leftovers get too thick in the fridge, add a little broth when you reheat it. Serve with crusty bread and a glass of malbec.


Quick Beef & Barley Soup

11 Reviews for Quick Beef & Barley Soup

03/05/2012
Anonymous
easy and good

Had this forever and finally made it, it was great! My quasi picky fiance also loved it. My own mistake, I should have sauteed the celery a little longer bc it was kind of crunchy, and I should have taken the meat off a minute before, but these were my issues as I was afraid of overcooking and undercooking the meat. Still, so good! Made the kitchen smell great.

pretty easy, perfect size for 2 people and 2 leftover serving
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02/01/2011
delicious comfort soup on a cold winter day in Wisconsin

we used regular cooking barley and then added 2 more cups of beef broth and tomato past.

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01/27/2011
Perfect for a snowy day.

Made this on a snow day so had to use what was on hand. This meant I used chicken broth and had no celery. I used extra spices and I admit I made small dumplings and added them. It was fabulous! I did cook it a little longer after I added the meat. It gets better and better.

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01/16/2011
Much better the next day

I felt the soup needed more punch so I added a dried seasoning mix containing salt, shallots, garlic, onion and chives and let the soup cook for another hour after adding the beef back to the pot.

Comes together quickly
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01/05/2011
Comfort food.

Mmmmm. Hit the spot on a cold winter's night. My husband raved and raved. I only substituted a bay leaf for the thyme but kept everything else the same. I can't wait to try some of the other recipes in this month's magazine.

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