Lasagna Soup

Friday, October 11, 2019
This soup is fantastic in flavors and if you love Lasagna, is is a fast spot on tasting lasagna soup that everyone raves about.


A great way to satisfy that pasta craving in minutes, this is so easy for any night of the week.


The kids love it, the family enjoys it all winter long and they don't have to wait for a special occasion to get that pasta fix they love during a holiday like Thanksgiving, Christmas or Easter!


I love making this as a start for my guests and it goes great with a Pot Roast meal or really just about anything you serve.


Actually, you can make this comforting soup as a whole meal, it's really one of my best soup recipes!


Scroll down for this easy Italian style Lasagna soup and see how to make this no-fuss pot of yummy soup, and print it off!





this is a recipe for lasagna soup poured in a white ceramic bowl with noodles, sauce and meats











The Soup is so Versatile!



You can make this soup two different ways, full fat or low fat.


Either way, we love it, and the kids can't tell the difference with low-fat soup changes.


I usually like to add some fennel seed to the ground turkey to make it taste like sausage.


The soup is full of great flavors and you can even substitute whole wheat pasta to make it even healthier!


Just remember, you can adapt this any way you like by adding fat-free, low fat or full-fat ingredients!


If you're in a hurry you can even use fat-free egg noodles instead of the pasta suggestions.




this is a bowl of soup with lasagna noodles in a white bowl




Ingredients you will need to make Lasagna Soup:


  • chicken broth 99% fat-free
  • fresh plum tomatoes or canned
  • tomato sauce or jar store-bought your favorite kind
  • minced garlic
  • bell pepper finely chopped Optional
  • chopped parsley, basil, oregano fresh or dried
  • Italian mild turkey sausage
  • ground turkey or ground sirloin hamburger
  • olive oil
  • broken whole grain lasagna noodles
  • grated Romano cheese, more for garnishing
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • pinch of cayenne
  • Note: if using all hamburger and no sausage add 1 teaspoon fennel seed.




this is a white bowl of lasagna soup with noodles and sausage with sauce and parsley on top


Tools Needed for Lasagna Soup


  • Colander
  • Frypan
  • Soup pan
  • Cheese grater
  • Soup Ladle
  • Knife
  • Ovenproof bowls
  • Cutting board
  • Saute Spatula






this is loose fried turkey sausage in a big black saute pan and plastic black spoon


Meats


I usually use ground turkey and turkey sausage for this soup, however, you can use ground sirloin, no sausage and add 1 teaspoon of fennel seed.


The meat will still have a sausage flavor even if you use all ground turkey, the fennel will add that additional flavor you get from a baked lasagna real pasta dish.


The soup and aroma are fabulous for this soup and the sauce is meaty and rich.




this is lasagna noodles for the lasagna soup recipe




Suggestions:


Toppings are whatever you like in a regular baked lasagna, here are some suggestions:


  1. Ricotta Cheese
  2. Shredded Mozzarella
  3. Red Pepper Flakes
  4. Chopped Hot Peppers
  5. Italian Flavored Croutons, breadsticks or bread
  6. Grated Cheese





this is a big pot of sauce with lasagna noodles for making soup





Love Lasagna?



Mom always made the best and had several kinds of lasagna she prepared we love.


Baked Lasagna was saved for favorite holidays, we also enjoyed Shrimp lasagna and she often made a mock lasagna with Bow Tie Pasta that was quick and easy lasagna!


Believe or not my family even loves a Mexican Style Lasagna, I guess you can say we are lasagna lovers of all kinds!


Do give those a try and let me know what you think of this favorite soup recipe we love!





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Lasagna Soup

Yield: 10
Author:
prep time: 15 Mcook time: 40 Mtotal time: 55 M
Here is a hearty delicious spot on flavored lasagna soup that is perfect during the winter months and when you have that craving for the famous pasta dish.
The soup is delicious and spot-on in flavors and can be made fat free and healthy or full fat in flavor.

ingredients:

  • 32 ounces of homemade chicken broth or use canned low sodium 99% fat-free
  • 2 lbs of fresh plum tomatoes diced or use a 28 ounce of whole tomatoes rinsed then diced to lower the salt content
  • 2 cups homemade tomato sauce or jar store-bought your favorite kind
  • 2 teaspoons minced garlic
  • 1 bell pepper finely chopped and also optional (I put mine in the food processor) 
  • 1/2 teaspoon each chopped parsley, basil, oregano fresh or dried
  • 4 links of Italian mild turkey sausage snipped in small slices with a kitchen shears
  • 1 pound of ground turkey or ground sirloin hamburger
  • (If not using sausage add an extra  cup of ground sirloin or turkey)
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 2 cups broken whole grain lasagna noodles
  • 2 teaspoons grated Romano  cheese, more for garnishing
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • pinch of cayenne
  • Note: if using all hamburger and no sausage add 1 teaspoon fennel seed.

instructions:

How to cook Lasagna Soup

  1. In a large dutch oven add the tablespoon of olive oil, both types of meat, and peppers.
  2.  Fry until the bottom starts to turn brown, stirring, this takes around 10 minutes. 
  3. Add garlic and cook one minute. 
  4. Next, add all the liquids and spices. 
  5. Cook for around 20 minutes.
  6. Add broken up lasagna noodles and 2 teaspoons grated cheese.
  7.  Ladle into oven proof bowls, top with shredded fat-free or low-fat mozzarella cheese and broil till brown.
  8. You can also add a dollop of fat-free ricotta cheese instead or both.
  9. Garnish with more grated cheese
  10. Note:
  11. If you love bread with your meals, use whole grain bread cut into cubes baked in the oven with all the above spices used and sprinkle with the addition of garlic powder. Toss in with one teaspoon of olive oil till brown and crisp, add to your soup for garnish.!
  12. For a full-flavored soup, not low fat, use all regular full-fat ingredients and products and serve with garlic bread, garlic sticks or hard-crusted Italian bread.
Calories
225
Fat (grams)
9
Sat. Fat (grams)
6
Carbs (grams)
8
Net carbs
06
Sugar (grams)
2
Protein (grams)
22
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Disclosure: This recipe was originally shared in 2012. It was edited and re-published in 2019.

17 comments

  1. What a fantastic soup! I actually have some spinach lasagna sitting in the cupboard...maybe should just whip up some soup for the lunch today.

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  2. It' very good ^_^ Bye, have a great Sunday

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  3. i love soup and lasagna, great idea to have both in 1 dish.. yummy.

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  4. Lasagna soup sounds fantastic, Claudia! I'd love a bowl for lunch even on this hot day :)

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  5. Gorgeous soup. Love the low fat cheese on top. I am not on a diet but will surely love this one =)

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  6. What a great soup. It's very similar to a spaghetti soup that I make. Looks delicious.

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  7. It looks delicious!Blessings,dear!

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  8. I love, LOVE how you lightened this. I am re-copying mine. This is a delicious soup but I cannot eat ... the way I ate last year (or the year before). The turkey links and ground turkey really add bursts of flavor. And thanks for the shout-out!

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  9. Ha-Claudia only you could find a way to be able to say Low fat and lasagna together in one dish! This looks tasty, so I am sure I will not be looking for the missing fat. Also, I have to keep an eye out for the whole grain lasagna noodles. I have seen whole grain spaghetti noodles but not the lasagna. The more grains the better. Have a nice evening!

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  10. Sounds fabulous, Claudia, even with fat free cheese.

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  11. Great job on lightening this up Claudia! Thanks for the shout out!

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  12. Love your lightened up version

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  13. This. Looks. Fabulous!! Thank you for sharing it with us! I think I'll try it for dinner tonight :)

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  14. Hi....I'm a new follower from the Favorite Things Thursday Hop. This soup looks so good and I love that is a lightened up version. Can't wait to try!

    Elaine :)

    Oh, and I see you have some videos on You Tube also....heading over there to take a look.

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  15. This looks great. Stopping by from Katherine's. Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Oh this does look amazing! Thank you for your bloggy friendship and for joining in the hop. P.S. I posted a new giveaway today xo

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  17. So much easier than making a batch of lasagna...and just as yummy! Can't wait to try!

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