Lasagna Soup

"I couldn't believe how easy and tasty this recipe is. I love the half-melted pieces of cheese in the soup! This is from Cuisine at Home."
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
13
Yields:
8 cups
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Brown sausage in a large saucepan over medium-high heat. Add onions and carrots; saute 3 minutes. Stir in mushrooms and garlic, and saute another 3 minutes.
  • Add broth, stewed tomatoes, and tomato sauce, and bring to a boil. Drop in pasta and simmer until cooked, about 10 minutes, or according to package directions. Stir in spinach and cook until wilted.
  • Place 1/4 cup cheese into serving bowls and pour soup on top. Garnish with Parmesan and basil.

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  1. djphonegirl
    My son and I enjoyed this soup very much. It was tasty and went very well with a loaf of Italian bread. I changed two things in the recipe: I used DICED tomatoes instead of stewed (personally, I think diced are much better for soups because they are smaller) and I also used a frozen block of spinach instead of fresh and it thawed out beautifully and added a nice green to the soup.
     
  2. Lyssie71
    Great, hearty soup! Almost made as directed - Used garlic and basil tomato sauce AND diced tomatoes (rather than stewed tomatoes), used 8 oz. of whole wheat rotini pasta (before I doubled recipe), used hot Italian sausage, used 16 oz. pre-sliced mushrooms (before I doubled recipe), and doubled the recipe as the original recipe says it only serves four. No way! Even for my hearty eaters the single batch would have been AT LEAST 6 2-cup servings. (It is my best estimate as I've double it, and there's SO much!) Great taste! Thank you for posting this recipe!
     
  3. pansregnig
    This is quite easy and really good. I chopped everything in the food processor which made it really quick. I used those baby carrots and I used whole grain Bow Tie pasta as I could find the kind called for. I think a different kind of mushrooms than your typical white whatever in the grocery store would be good. My kids like it too.<br/><br/>It's decent as leftovers, but best the day it's made, the pasta gets a little soft after sitting in the fridge. Don't leave out the basil, it really adds that little something.
     
  4. sugarlovinmom
    Used dried spinach.
     
  5. Mrs.eskew
    Love this!! My mother in law made it so I brought it home and tried it!! Let's see how the hubby likes it! I'm about to serve it
     
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  1. Gabby LSW
    What a tasty soup! I made it for DH and I; he liked it, I loved it so it gets a 5 from me. And, in true lasagna style, it was better the next day! I used crushed tomatoes instead of chopped (texture issue for me), used turkey Italian sausage and skipped the spinach. I have a small bowl in the freezer and am hoping it freezes well so I can make a double batch next time. Thanks for sharing!
     
  2. bmcnichol
    I make lasagne soup but I have never made it with sausage. This was very good and easy to make. I did change it a bit due to personal preferences. I used crushed tomatoes instead of stewed and didn't add the mushrooms or the optional spinach. I probably added more cheese then the recipe called for as I just dumped it in. I normally don't add carrots to my lasagne soup but it was a nice touch. We all enjoyed this.
     
  3. djphonegirl
    My son and I enjoyed this soup very much. It was tasty and went very well with a loaf of Italian bread. I changed two things in the recipe: I used DICED tomatoes instead of stewed (personally, I think diced are much better for soups because they are smaller) and I also used a frozen block of spinach instead of fresh and it thawed out beautifully and added a nice green to the soup.
     
  4. ashleyull
    This was really good! I used hot italian sausage because being from the south, we like it spicy!!! i followed the recipe but i used bowtie pasta because thats what i already had. i used italian blend of cheese instead of provolone and added some chopped tomatoes to give it a little more chunkiness. a little more spice was all it needed! great recipe! will use again!
     
  5. Nimz_
    Don't know about it tasting just like lasagne, but it was a very flavorful soup. Easy to put together too. I used whole wheat Rotini for the mafalda pasta since that was what I had and it turned out well in this recipe. We really liked the smokey flavor the provolone gave the dish. I think kale instead of spinach would be really nice in this. Thanks for sharing a wonderful recipe.
     

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