Steak Mushroom Ale Soup: Soup for Lifting the Soul

Sometimes, at the end of a workday, it’s hard not to feel empty inside. All day long you’d give your everything to whatever it is that keeps you busy during the day – work, school, household chores, extra-curricular activities, and whatnot. When you give everything of yourself, you’re indeed bound to feel empty. And you’d need refilling – your family’s love to fill your heart, good food to fill your belly. This steak mushroom ale soup is just the thing to fill you up when you’re feeling empty and exhausted.

This soup is rich and hearty. Made with cubed steak, sliced mushrooms, spices, and ale, this soup is perfect for filling up on warmth and good cheer at the end of a long and exhausting day. You’re sure to feel better about the world again once you’ve finished your share of this soup.

This steak mushroom ale soup needs about an hour or so to cook, but it’s easy enough. Besides, tasting its richness is worth waiting for. When you’re done cooking this soup, you’ll have a chunky bowl full of tender cubedrib-eye steak and sliced mushrooms. The broth itself is amazing, gently flavored with Italian seasoning, garlic, onions, and herbs like thyme and parsley. Ale adds body and flavor to the broth. This soup is truly heartwarming, the perfect restorative to partake of after a long and exhausting day. This beautiful recipe is from Ingrid of The Cozy Apron.

Please see the 2nd Page for Ingredients

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