25 Reviews

My Husband and I really enjoyed this recipe. It was a snap to put together. I left out the croutons and used elbow macaroni as I could not find mini lasagna noodles. It was delicious and we have lots of leftovers. Thank you for the recipe !

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Sherry & Carl July 15, 2014

The whole family loved this soup. Although I'm not sure it's soup! It was very thick, more like goulash. I just used penne noodles and we didn't use the croutons as this is a texture issue with DH. I also added about 10 leaves of fresh basil and a bit of red wine. Will make again, very good.

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Denise! December 05, 2010

This is sooo yummy! You get to enjoy the taste of lasagna without having to spend a bunch of time making it. I use regular lasagna noodles and either break them up or cook them first, then cut them into strips. I also add lotsss of cheese, that's my favorite part. My family loves this and my husband's friends! Thanks for sharing.

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bake&decorate December 04, 2010

We thought this was really good! After it sat and cooled, it really thickened up and was more like a lasagna stew. That made it easier for me to take to work, so I didn't care. Thanks for sharing. Will definitely be making this again.

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Boxergurl September 28, 2010

Like others, I spiced it up (lots of garlic and salt). It was warm and yummy!

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shawn.mouton January 26, 2010

Comforting, easy, and pretty quick. I added more garlic, and used broken lasagna noodles for the pasta. I topped ours with the cheese just before eating, and served with fresh french bread. I agree that it was just a tad bland, so I will add salt next time. Overall, very tasty, and makes a lot of good leftovers.

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Southern Bug December 30, 2009

This was good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written other then I didn't have mafalda pasta, so I used bow tie pasta like others. I also didn't add the croutons as I didn't have any. We did think it could use more flavor so I added four bouillon cubes and a bit of salt.

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bmcnichol September 17, 2009

This was delicious soup. I added some green peppers to it and instead of the 2 cans of tomato, I subbed 1 for a jar of pasta sauce and it worked out just fine. I also didn't use the croutons b/cuz we had garlic bread . Oh one more thing...I wanted a thicker soup so I cooked mine longer so that the pasta soaked up most of the sauce. It was great! My kids asked to make it again. Thank for a recipe that tastes like Lasagna without all the hard work of real Lasagna :)

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daisygrl64 January 17, 2009

Yum, YUM! This soup was so good! I couldn't believe how quickly it came together and how much flavor it had. Often times I soup doesn't have great flavor until the next day. Not this soup. It was flavorful immediately. Since I made this on a Monday night after work, I opted not to do the crouton/under the broiler step and instead just put cheese on the table for each to add to their bowl. Otherwise I didn't change anything. My husband is still talking about how good this was. thanks for sharing such a great recipe!

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TinTN January 13, 2009
Cheeeesy Lasagna Soup