The recipe is here. I added an extra carrot after I'd cut everything up because it's pretty thin on veggies. And I used dried parsley from last year's garden cause I'm not buying fresh parsley... I also used the whole can of broth because 1) otherwise I would have to store it in my freezer, which is full, and 2) there wasn't much broth once it was all cooked up. But otherwise I just followed the recipe. I accidentally dumped too much red pepper in the pot though, so it's crazy spicy. Solution: making another loaf of naan to eat with it.
My verdict is mixed. It has a really nice flavour, in spite of the ridiculous amount of red pepper. But as I said above, it's really thin on veggies. I didn't find it very filling, and it's probably to due with the inexpensive beef, but I don't like chewing my soup quite that much. I'm not sure what one could add in place of potatoes that would fill it out, but it was just too beefy for my taste.
As an aside, cutting up 2 lbs of beef is hard! But chuck roasts were on sale today at Kroger, which was fantastic timing, so I got two for the price of one. So at some point I'll be making another beef soup. I'm open to recommendations!