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Instant pot steak soup recipe can be ready in just minutes and will impress even the pickiest of eaters. Each bite is filling and packed with steak and yummy noodles.

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Instant pot steak soup recipe

There is something so comforting about a warm bowl of soup once the weather gets cool. Pressure cooker steak soup is a hit with our entire family and so easy to prepare.

The soup is full of tender and delicious steak that will leave everyone satisfied. It is the best recipe and one of our family favorites.

It is really filling so don’t shy away from making it if you are concerned about serving soup. I have a few family members that are not huge soup fans and they loved this.

They could not believe how filling it was and gobbled it up. It was a hit with everyone.

The soup is so easy to make that it’s no problem to make this often. Everyone gets excited when they see this soup on the menu plan for that week. It is perfect for any night of the week since you can pressure cook this in minutes.

Bowl of steak soup with 2 spoons beside it.

Ingredients for recipe: steak, seasonings, pasta.


  • Round Steak
  • Pepper
  • Onion Soup Mix
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Beef Broth
  • Medium egg noodles
Bowl of steak soup with a spoon.

How to make Instant pot steak soup

1. First, place everything into the pressure cooker except the egg noodles. It really is just that simple.

2. Next, just stir all of the ingredients together. You want all of the seasonings well combined with the broth and steak.

3. Finally, cover and set the valve to sealing. Make sure it is set to high pressure for 20 minutes.

4. When the cooking time is finished, do a quick release or natural release to release the pressure.

5. The last step is to add the noodles. Then press the saute button and let the noodles cook for about 5 minutes until they are soft.

Soup in pressure cooker with noodles added.

Serve and enjoy. Salt and pepper to taste.

What to serve with steak soup

Serve with a crusty bread to dip in the soup. We love to make these Easy Homemade Dinner Rolls Recipe. Grilled cheese is also delicious.

You can also pick up a loaf of bread from the bakery. Anything will be great.

This easy recipe for beef soup is so delicious and you can get every last drop of the soup when you dip the bread into it.

It is also delicious served with a simple side salad. We usually just serve it with bread and call it a day.

The tender beef combined with the egg noodles and beef broth make one of the best comfort foods. Everyone will enjoy this steak potatoes combination.

Soup in pressure cooker after adding noodles.

Variation ideas:

  • Steak. Sometimes I just use what we have or what is and tender. on sale. I have made this recipe with other cuts of beef and it was just as good.

    Some ideas include chuck roast or beef stew meat.
  • Pasta. I have also used other pasta like penne or even elbow macaroni. Just use what you have because any type of pasta will be great.
  • Veggies. Toss in frozen vegetables to this soup. Frozen corn and peas would taste great. I would use ½ cup of each.

    Mushrooms also taste great with the steak and pair nicely with carrots celery or anything you like. You can also add a bay leaf but make sure to remove it before serving.
  • Tomatoes. Change the flavor a little bit and also bulk up the soup by adding a can of diced tomatoes. You can also add a can of tomato paste.
  • Omit the pasta. Skip the pasta all together and add 2 cups diced potatoes and 1 cup chopped carrots instead.
  • Stove top. Add ingredients to pot and cook over medium heat for 30 minutes. Reduce to low after bringing to a boil and continue cooking for an hour.

How to thicken this soup:

Make a slurry once the soup has finished cooking. You will need a tablespoon of cornstarch and a tablespoon of water. Whisk this together until is it smooth and without any clumps.

Add to the soup and in a few minutes, the soup should have a thicker consistency. You can keep repeating this process until it is how thick you like it.

How to store leftovers:

Leftover soup can be stored in the fridge up to 2 to 3 days. Just make sure to use an airtight sealed container.

To reheat, place in the microwave or use the stove top.

You can also freeze the soup for 4 to 5 months. I like to use freezer bags because they lay flat.

This saves me so much room in my freezer. Another tip is to freeze the soup in individual servings for quick lunches or dinners when the entire family is not eating.

Bowl of steak soup sitting on a cloth napkin.

My favorite Instant Pot.

I am using an 8 quart Instant pot but you can use a 6 quart. I personally have an Instant Pot and so far I am loving it.

You can often find the Instant pot on sale.  It’s really changed dinner time around our house.

If you have been putting off trying an instant pot, I highly recommend going ahead and biting the bullet. I love using the pressure cooker when I don’t have much time.

It is perfect for frozen food or meals that normally take a while. You can toss everything in and have dinner ready in no time at all.

Those days when you forget to take something out of the freezer or wait until the last minute for dinner, the instant pot is a game changer.

Make this easy steak soup.

Serve this delicious soup for your family any night of the week. It is perfect for cooler weather but we actually enjoy it year round.

The recipe is budget friendly and a great way to enjoy steak for less money. You can easily feed a large family or crowd steak soup inexpensively.

Everyone will be happy, satisfied and ready to put this on the regular menu plan rotation.

This soup is a must try and I am so excited for you to make it. I am pretty sure it will turn everyone into fans of soup once they taste the steak.

Bowl of steak soup with 2 spoons in the background.

Print Steak soup recipe below:

Instant Pot Steak Soup Recipe

4.94 from 16 votes
Steak Soup Pressure Cooker Recipe is hearty and delicious. Ready in just minutes, Instant Pot Steak Soup Recipe is perfect for busy week nights.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Servings 6
Cuisine American
Course Soup
Calories 315


  • 2 pounds round steak (cut into 1 inch cubes)
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground pepper
  • 1 envelope dry onion soup mix (1 oz)
  • 2 tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce
  • 4 cups beef broth
  • 4 cups water
  • 6 oz uncooked medium egg noodles
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  • Place all the ingredients, except the egg noodles in the Instant Pot.
  • Stir to combine.
  • Cover and set the valve to sealing.
  • Set to high pressure for 20 minutes.
  • When finished, do a natural release to release the pressure from the instant pot.
  • Remove the lid and stir in the noodles.
  • Switch the instant pot to the the sauté setting and cook the noodles for about 5 minutes until they are the tenderness that you prefer.
  • Serve warm and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

Refrigerate the leftovers in an air tight container for up to 5 days. 
You can also brown the round steak prior to making this recipe.  Brown the round steak on the sauté setting in the Instant Pot. then stir in the other ingredients except for the noodles and follow the rest of the directions from there.  

Nutrition Facts

Calories 315kcal, Carbohydrates 19g, Protein 39g, Fat 7g, Saturated Fat 2g, Cholesterol 95mg, Sodium 1117mg, Potassium 742mg, Sugar 1g, Vitamin C 0.9mg, Calcium 57mg, Iron 4.1mg

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  1. Carrie Barnard says:

    I haven’t tried it but I think that it would work fine with homemade low carb pasta.

  2. Kiki B says:


    Would this work with homemade low carb pasta?

    Thank you!

  3. Deborah Hall says:

    I’m trying this to reduce salt. Step 1- Saute steak and remove. Step 1a – then saute sliced onions in same pot with butter for about 7-8 minutes, until tender. Step 2 -Stir in low sodium beef broth, Worcestershire sauce and pepper. Add steak.

    Then follow recipe. Top with a slice of cheese 🙂

  4. Carrie says:

    Im glad ya’ll love it.

  5. Carrie says:

    I’m glad you loved it!

  6. Karen says:

    5 stars
    My Family LOVES this soup!

  7. Karen says:

    Family absolutely loved this!

  8. Carrie says:

    Yes, it’s from those ingredients. You can easily switch out the broth for water to lower the sodium count for this recipe. Thank you!

  9. Verna says:

    This recipe sounds delicious but it has a very high sodium count. Is that from the onion soup mix, the beef broth, or another ingredient? If I know where all that sodium is coming from I can usually adjust my ingredients to lower it. TIA.

  10. Carrie says:

    Maybe try using some onion powder, paprika and parsley. I would start with approximately 1 tsp of each and then add salt if needed. Thanks.

  11. Venus says:

    Sounds yummy wish i liked the taste of the onion soup mix…anything I could use as a substitution ?

  12. Carrie says:

    Deidre – I don’t think you would need to adjust the time and I can’t think of any reason you could not sear it. Let me know how it turns out! Thank you 🙂

  13. Deidre says:

    I’m considering searing my meat before doing pressure cook. Should I adjust time? Or, is there a reason why I shouldn’t sear before hand? (Thanks in advance for any tips!)

  14. Joan says:

    5 stars
    Made it and loved it!

  15. Liz says:

    Mmmmm… family loved this! A great meal for cold, winter nights!

  16. Jennifer Farley says:

    So easy! We loved having this for dinner.

  17. Barbara Schieving says:

    A great, hearty soup!

  18. Ashley @ Wishes & Dishes says:

    This is right up my alley with steak and noodles in it! So delicious!