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Q's Lasagna Soup Recipe

Updated: Feb 1, 2023

“Happiness is homemade soup.” -Anonymous


Colder weather calls for hearty meals that warm the soul. I enjoy making soup and wanted to create a unique soup with a familiar taste. Lasagna soup was the first thing that came to mind. Before you read the recipe, please note that there are no exact measurements for this recipe. When I cook, I tend to cook to taste. But, I will give you a ballpark explanation for measurements of certain ingredients.


Let’s get Soupy!


Ingredients:

  • olive oil

  • ground beef, turkey, chicken, or sausage (whichever you prefer)

  • yellow onion

  • 2 garlic cloves or garlic powder (whichever you prefer)

  • 64 oz. of chicken broth

  • canned diced tomatoes

  • tomato paste

  • marinara sauce

  • seasonings (salt & pepper)

  • dried herbs (basil & oregano)

  • dried lasagna noodles

  • cheeses (ricotta, fresh mozzarella & fresh parmesan)

  • fresh parsley


Once you’ve gathered all of your ingredients, it’s time to start cooking! :p


Cooking Steps: 1. Heat your olive oil in a large pot on medium-high heat.

2. Add in your meat of choice and season it to taste with your salt and pepper. Stir your meat occasionally until browned.

3. Set your meat aside in a bowl.

4. Heat the remaining olive oil. Add in your chopped yellow onion and sauté for about 3 minutes.

5. Add your meat back to the pot. Then add your garlic and the remainder of your seasonings (garlic powder & dried herbs) to the pot.

6. Pour your diced tomatoes, tomato paste, and marinara sauce into the pot.

7. Add in your chicken broth and lasagna noodles.

*It is important to note that you do not have to cook the lasagna noodles in the pot with the rest of the ingredients. If you would prefer, you can cook the lasagna noodle separately in another pot. If you plan on serving the soup right away, you can simmer the noodles in the soup. If this is your preference, please add an extra cup of chicken broth or water to the soup to make up for what the noodles will absorb. If you’d prefer to cook the noodles separately, it is not necessary to add extra liquid to the soup. I opted to add my noodles to the soup.

8. Briefly bring the mixture to a boil, reduce the heat, and let it simmer for 20 minutes. If you’re adding the noodles to the mixture, you will need to stir the soup after the 20 minutes had run out, recover, and then let it continue to simmer for another 12-14 minutes.

9. While the soup is simmering. Combine all of your cheeses into a bowl and mix.

10. Once the appropriate time has been allotted, serve your soup in a bowl with your cheese mixture as the topping. This is also a great time to garnish your dish with fresh parsley.


Yum! Feel free to serve this with garlic bread and veggies. We ate our soup with broccolini, and it was delicious! The entire pot was gone in two days!


Feel free to leave a comment or like, and when you make the recipe, let me know how it comes out. Let me know if you make any substitutions or special modifications to the recipe. Happy eating!


Warmly,

Q

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