This soup is an easy to make wintertime favorite. If you keep both broth and cooked beef in the freezer you can whip up a batch of this rich satisfying soup in no time flat! I save the bits of meat from soup bones in the freezer just for this dish. Sometimes I have some extra browned ground beef frozen instead. I make it often for lunch when I’m working at home. It’s a pretty satisfying dinner soup too.
It’s also excellent made with a bit of sausage instead of the beef .
Beef Vegetable and Rice Soup
Recipe Type: Main Dish
Prep Time: 5 minutes – PT5M
Cook time: 20 minutes – PT20M
Yield: 8 servings
- Cooked Beef, any kind – 1 lb
- Rice – 1 Cup
- Beef Broth – 4-8 Cups – Use what you have then add water.
- Onion – 1 Large
- Carrots – 3-4
- Refined Coconut Oil – 1 Tbsp
- Salt – To Taste
- Dutch oven, large saucepan or stockpot.
- Cut up the onion and carrots.
- Place in the pot with the coconut oil and cook on high heat till the onions are slightly translucent.
- Pour in the broth. Add the cooked beef and bring to a boil.
- Turn the heat down to a simmer. Add the rice. Ensure the liquid covers everything well. If there isn’t enough broth to cover just a some water.
- Let cook on low heat for about 20 minutes. Add salt to taste.
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