Lasagna Soup

Lasagna Soup created by Parsley

My husband raved about this soup after tasting it at a local deli. This is my version, which he says is very close. It is thick and satisfying, and alot easier to prepare than lasagna!

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  • In large soup pot, brown beef& sausage with onion.
  • Drain.
  • Cook pasta according to package directions.
  • Add pasta to pot along with all remaining ingredients.
  • Heat through, stirring occasionally.
  • Serve with garlic bread& salad, if desired.
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"My husband raved about this soup after tasting it at a local deli. This is my version, which he says is very close. It is thick and satisfying, and alot easier to prepare than lasagna!"

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  1. Parsley
    Lasagna Soup Created by Parsley
  2. Parsley
    Very hearty, meaty and filling. I used all sausage ad no beef because that's how my kids like their lasagna. I also used ricotta for the cottage cheese. The flavor was fantastic. I'll be making this again this winter. Thax for sharing!
  3. Michelle S.
    Wow this is good! I was out of tomatoes and subbed an 8 oz jar of tomato sauce and an extra 1/4 c water for them. The flavors in this sing. For those of you who wish this was sweeter and subbed tomato sauce for the tomato soup, that is the whole reason it was not as sweet as you would like. I used mini lasagna noodles...(malfada...) and it really looked and tasted like lasangna soup. I served with garlic/cheese ciabatta rolls and it was WONDERFUL!!!
  4. Michelle S.
    Wow this is good! I was out of tomatoes and subbed an 8 oz jar of tomato sauce and an extra 1/4 c water for them. The flavors in this sing. For those of you who wish this was sweeter and subbed tomato sauce for the tomato soup, that is the whole reason it was not as sweet as you would like. I used mini lasagna noodles...(malfada...) and it really looked and tasted like lasangna soup. I served with garlic/cheese ciabatta rolls and it was WONDERFUL!!!
  5. TammyLouise
    My family loved this. I did follow the advice of one reviewer and use tomato sauce instead of the soup. However myself, I would have maybe liked it a little sweeter. I will definately make this again and use the soup this time and maybe a little milder sausage.
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