90 Minute Instant Pot Beef Noodle Soup Recipe
Ah, homemade beef noodle soup. Tender beef. Yummy noodles. Delicious, deep rich broth. Comfort food extraordinaire! And with an Instant Pot, you can get that simmered-all-day flavor in about an hour and a half from start to finish!
I used my new favorite cut of meat in this recipe, boneless beef ribs. The meat is full of flavor and super tender when cooked in an Instant Pot. Also, it’s’ very economical because there’s almost no waste.
I was late to the Instant Pot party, but I’ve known about the magic of pressure cooking for years. I was a child bride when I got my first pressure cooker!
My young husband gave me a pressure cooker on our first Christmas together! What a romantic, right? But you know what? I loved it and used it for years until the handles broke off, and the parts were no longer available!
How To Unlock The “Souper Powers” Of Your Instant Pot
Today’s Instant Pot is ingenious. It combines multiple functions in one handy, safe, and easily cleaned appliance. It’s an incredible device! Kudos to you, inventor, whoever you are! I sincerely hope you have become filthy rich.
First, the saute function makes quick work of browning the meat. That is a critical step to achieving a beautiful, rich broth, which is, without question, what makes great soup great. As they say in the song, it’s all about the base. (tee hee)
So, that’s where a rich, hearty broth begins. Season and brown the beef, and don’t overcrowd the pot when you do. The meat needs to be seared and browned, not steamed. Don’t hurry this step. Your patience will be richly rewarded!
Remove the meat and set aside while adding the bouillon, garlic, soy sauce, and 2 cups of water. Stir to loosen up all the browned bits of goodie from the bottom of the pot. Return the beef to the pot and pressure cook for about 40 minutes. While it’s cooking, slice the carrots and celery and chop the onion.
Let the pressure drop a little bit, and then you can do a quick release. Remove the cooked beef from the Instant Pot and set it aside. When it’s cooked, here is how the meat will look. Tender, juicy, awesome. Look at the gorgeous soup base it makes!
Reset the Instant Pot to saute and add the remaining 8 cups of water. When it comes to a boil, add the vegetables and noodles. Adjust the saute setting to a good simmer and cook until the veggies and noodles are tender. While the noodles and vegetables cook, shred the beef.
Return the shredded beef to the pot and adjust seasonings to taste. You might want to add a bit more bouillon but taste it first! Add salt and pepper to taste, if you like, and parsley! There’s something about parsley that makes everything taste better, like green magic!
- 2.5 to 3 pounds boneless beef ribs, excess fat removed.
- 2 Tbsp olive oil
- 2 tsp seasoned salt, we like Lawry's brand
- 1 tsp seasoned pepper, we like Lawry's brand
- 2-3 Tbsp Better Than Bouillon paste-type beef base
- 1 Tbsp soy sauce
- 1 Tbsp minced garlic
- 10 cups water, divided
- 1 1/2 cups sliced carrots
- 1 1/2 cup sliced celery
- 1/2 cup chopped onion
- 1 Tbsp or more dried parsley
- One 12 -ounce bag of wide egg noodle
- Set the Instant Pot to saute function and heat olive oil.
- Cut ribs into 3"-4" pieces
- Season meat generously with salt and pepper, pressing it into the meat.
- Saute a few pieces at a time until well browned on all sides. Do not hurry this process.
- Remove the meat from the Instant Pot and set it aside.
- Put 2 cups of water, soy sauce, garlic, and bouillon in the pot and stir well. Use a wooden spoon or scraper to loosen all the yummy brown bits from the bottom of the pot.
- Return meat to the Instant Pot and pressure cook on high for about 40 minutes.
- While that cooks, slice carrots and celery and chop the onion. Set aside.
- Remove beef from the pot, remove any remaining fat, shred and set aside.
- Reset Instant Pot to saute.
- Add 8 cups of water to the pot and bring it to a boil.
- Add carrots, celery, onion, and noodles to the broth.
- Adjust saute setting to a good simmer and cook the noodles and vegetables until they are tender.
- Add the beef and parsley to broth and heat through.
- Adjust seasonings and add bouillon if desired.
And The Next Thing You Know It’s Beef Noodle Soup And Suppertime
Now, proudly ladle up steaming bowls of your homemade, yummy beef noodle soup! It’s a wonderful meal all by itself! But if you want it to be even more “wonder-fuller,” serve it with thick slices of this super easy Rustic Dutch Oven Bread to go with it! The crisp crust and chewy middle make it perfect for dunking and sopping up every bit of the yummy broth!
Soup season is upon us! What an easy way to make it in one easy-to-clean pot! You can reheat any leftovers right in the Instant Pot! Everyone knows soup tastes even better the next day! And raise your hand if you’re in favor of fewer dishes to wash!! Me! Me!
Now that you’ve made beef noodle soup and you have discovered boneless beef ribs, here are a couple of more recipes for you to try! Tender Beef Short Ribs In Less Than One Hour and Best Ever Instant Pot Beef Stew.
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