30 Minute Hamburger Soup Recipe – Ultimate Comfort Food


Our 30 minute hamburger soup recipe is hearty and budget friendly. Imagine making homemade soup in 30 minutes for under 2 dollars per person. Just a little longer and about the same cost as it takes to open a can of soup. Just imagine impressing your friends and guests by saying come over for lunch and I’ll whip up some homemade soup. Believe me my friends, this soup is out of this world delicious. It’s also so simple to make. Simply grab a few ingredients out of you pantry, combine them with diced tomatoes, ground beef, onion, garlic, a few other things you will have right in your pantry, and you’re off to the races. Don’t forget to serve our hamburger soup up with some crackers or bread. For the full recipe, visit: Video Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:10 Frying the ground beef 0:42 Adding in the veggies 1:23 Adding in the seasoning 2:00 Pourning the liquid in 2:25 Simmering the soup 2: 38 The outcome 3:13 Taste test 4:05 Conclusion GET NOTIFICATION: Subscribe to my channel & check the “Bell” button right next to the subscribe button to get notified of our new uploads. Visit for printable recipes #hamburgersoup#comfortfood#souprecipe Facebook Instagram Twitter Tumblr All photographs and video properties are original productions of, created by, and exclusive property of Cook n’ Share. Cook n’ Share is owned and operated by David Hood. I am submitting the on behalf of myself. .





  1. G’Day Dave. YouTube bites! 5 days after you publish this delicious recipe it finally shows up for me. Thanks for pronouncing Tomato like an Aussie even if it was just once. I make something similar with either a couple of beef stock cubes or oyster and soy sauce or with mixed beans and chipotle en adobo sauce depending upon my mood at the time. Cheers mate.

  2. Wanted to tell you.. recently moved so I had to use what I had .. I had ground turkey used the same veggies . But couldn't find my can opener used a little salsa instead of paste and tomatoes ..was all I could use not opening can
    Used chicken broth with the turkey and ditalini pasta in soup
    Was so yummy and quick …thanks for great recipes

  3. Thank you, Mr. Dave, for this wonderful hamburger soup recipe. I prepared this recipe about two hours ago which turned out to be simply delicious. I left the potatoes out and added one third cup of ditalini. I cooked the ditalini before adding it to the soup. It does smell and taste divine. Will file this recipe in my memory bank to make again. Stay safe and warm.

  4. I make a soup similar to this using starchy potatoes, ham burg, onions, garlic, tomatoes, corn and water. I season it with bay leaf and some red wine. The starch from the potatoes gives it a good flavor. Yours is very similar, I must try your seasonings next time, so good in this weather. Thanks for sending us your cold spells Dave ! 🤦‍♂

  5. Interesting you should post this video today, Dave. In Missouri in the USA we are having an ice storm and I am running on generator and battery power ☹ I have a fire burning in the fireplace and it just so happens I am cooking a pot of home made beef stew in a Dutch oven in the fireplace.😋

  6. Dave my friend, great recipe and good idea on budget meals as I think many folks are looking for them with the rising cost of food, yes for us and the girls as we will make/eat this, very nice job and looks delicious, keep your stick on the ice pal, btw, for folks on a really tight budget with hungry children, add about 8 ounces of elbow macaroni during the last 8-10 minutes to stretch this meal farther even though it is another starch