Winter months are upon us, and it's all about slow cooker recipes this season. I mean, who doesn't love a recipe that you can literally throw everything in one pot, turn on a button, and have dinner pretty much ready for you in a few hours? Slow cooker asian beef noodle soup, I have been waiting for you!
This hearty and oily soup is packed with beef chunks, vegetables, and Asian spices and flavours. You don't need any added vegetable oils because you get all the oily goodness and savoury flavour from the beef's natural fat content through the slow cooking process.
Once the slow cooking process is complete, we cooked and added bok choy and flat rice noodles. I love the look, texture and flavour of these noodles. But, you can substitute with any Asian noodle (such as udon, lo mein, or ramen noodles) in this beef noodle soup.
How to Make Slow Cooker Asian Beef Noodle Soup
- slow cook the beef with onions, carrots, and spices.
- cook the noodles in a separate pot.
- blanch the bok choy.
- assemble the soup together in your serving bowl.