|10 noodles Dried Lasagna Noodles|
|7 cups Beef stock|
|1 large onion Onion|
|3 cloves Garlic|
|1 lb Lean Hamburger|
|680 grams Passata italian tomato sauce|
|794 grams Whole canned tomatoes|
|1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce|
|1 tbsp Sugar|
|2 cups White Cheddar Cheese|
|2 cups Marble cheese|
|4 tbsp Ricotta Cheese|
|1 tsp Red Pepper Flakes|
|2 tbsp Italian Seasoning|
|2 tbsp Fresh chopped parsley|
|1 tsp Salt|
Lasagna soup never tasted so good!
This Broiled Lasagna Soup is absolutely delicious and is one of our new favorite soup recipes! I created this recipe one day while I was making “onion soup” that recipe can be found on this blog as well.
I love soup so I’m always thinking of new ways to recreate the classics. This lasagna soup is similar to many other lasagna soups recipe you will find, however mine has a few other special ingredients such as passata sauce and worcestershire sauce. Not to mention it’s broiled at the end which makes it taste allot like real Lasagna. So if you LOVE lasagna as much as we do then you are going to love this soup! Oh btw if your ever looking for an amazing Lasagna recipe, I will link that recipe below for you.
What I like about this soup is that there really is no effort to making it, well that is compared to actual lasagna. Where you are to pre -cook the noodles and other ingredients before merging it all together in layers and placing it all into a large baking dish . With this soup we are simply adding everything into a large pot and cooking it all together, it’s like a lazy lasagna.
And the last step will have you placing the soup into oven safe bowls, the same kind of bowls you would use to make “onion soup” and broiling it with extra cheese on top. Then it’s like your eating a big bowl of lasagna expect there is some beef broth inside. AMAZING!
Also the time to cook it is cut in half compared to traditional lasagna. So it’s a win win! I really encourage you to get your hands on passata sauce, it’s fresh pureed tomatoes that have been uncooked and it really makes this soup creamy and so delicious! Passata sauce can be found in almost any mediterranean market or in your local grocery in the canned tomato section.
Now the trick to making the best “Lasagna soup” is also using the right cheeses. This soup calls for white cheddar cheese, and marble cheese along with a bit of ricotta for serving.
This soup is out of this world delicious! I hope you give it a try and if you do I would love to know what you think, just let me know in the comments below.
Notes: Feel free to freeze this soup it works great as leftovers, however keep in mind that broiling it from frozen doesn’t so much. Also make sure to break up those whole tomatoes with a wooden spoon while cooking, you do not want bites of whole tomatoes.
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