Sunday, February 27, 2011

Lasagna Soup



This last week in Beaverton has been a frigid one for sure; we have had snow and extremely cold temps down in the mid teens with the wind. We have been trying so hard to stay warm on the outside as well as the inside, so what better way than some hearty comfort food. To us there is nothing more hearty and comforting than a big dish of fresh hot cheesy lasagna, we really wanted all the same flavors but in a great deal of less time. We took the components of great lasagna and turned it into a great bowl of soup. This soup did the trick, it warmed us up heart, body, mind, and soul....it was amazing.


• 1/2 Lbs. - Fafalle Pasta (cooked about 1/2 way)
• 1 Jar 26 oz. - Garlic Onion Pasta Sauce
• 1 Lbs. - Ground Beef (cooked)
• 2 C. - Beef Broth
• 2 1/2 C. - Water
• 1 Tbs. - Oregano (dry)
• 1/2 Tbs. - Salt
• 2 Tbs. - Italian Seasoning
• 2 Tbs. - Steak Seasoning
• 7 oz. - Ricotta Cheese
• 1 Tbs. - Parsley
• 1/2 Tsp. - Pepper
• 1 - Egg
• 1/4 C. - Parmesan Cheese

In a soup pot, add the ground beef, beef broth, pasta, pasta sauce, water and seasonings. Cook over medium high heat for about 20 minutes. While the soup cooks, in another bowl mix together the ricotta, parmesan, parsley, pepper and egg. After the 20 minutes of the soup cooking stir in the ricotta mixture and cook for another 10 minutes, stir to combine the cheese mixture well. Serve this soup alongside a salad and crusty garlic bread just like it was a big dish of lasagna.


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15 comments:

ann said...

I love lasagna in any form. This soup looks fantastic. I know that I'd love this!

Rebekah said...

this looks so delish!!!! i can't wait to try this! lasagna is one of my all time favorite things! ever!

sweet road said...

Nothing is as heartwarming as lasagna and soup, so naturally they should be combined!! Great idea!

Brandie@thecountrycook said...

This is a really great idea! I really want to try this.

teresa said...

oh my goodness, i can practically taste this, it looks incredible!

biz said...

I love this Mary Beth!! What a great idea - putting it on my list of things to make. :D

grace said...

what a tasty and unique twist on a good, old-fashioned lasagna! this would comfort even the most uncomfortable of people. :)

Tara said...

Tried this tonight, it was great! I just omitted the 1/2 tbsp salt since my steak seasoning has a high salt content. Thanks!

gaga said...

What a fun soup! I would've never thought of doing something like this. How fun :)

The Japanese Redneck said...

I never thought about making lasagna a soup. Cool idea and it sounds great.

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Anonymous said...

This looks amazing! Can't wait to try!

Cathy at Wives with Knives said...

Great idea! We love all those yummy flavors and have never thought to make a soup out of them.

Valeria. said...

I'm italian and it is everything you want, but not Lasagna. Of course it isn't. I'm sorry.

Samantha said...

Thank you so much for this recipe! I made it and it was a HUGE hit. My husband and daughters loved it. I added some shredded mozzerella on top when I served it, and it melted perfectly on top. I shared a photo on my Facebook and everyone asked for the link to your recipe. So far about 4 or 5 of my friends have made it with great success as well. Thank you! (OH and it made its way into our rotation).

Samantha said...

Oh and I used the mini Farfalle noodles and it made it a little easier to eat...especially with little ones. The noodles fit perfectly on a spoon. :) Barilla makes them.

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