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One Pot Lasagna Soup

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Ever had those moments where the comforting layers of a lasagna call out to you, but the thought of assembling it feels daunting? Or maybe you’re simply in the mood for something warm, soupy, and hearty? Well, dear readers, today is your day! Introducing: One Pot Lasagna Soup. It’s the flavor profile of that classic Italian dish we all adore, but with the delightful, spoonable consistency of a soup.

Imagine a world where lasagna met soup on a chilly evening, and the rest, as they say, was culinary history. This dish gives you the tenderness of pasta, the richness of tomatoes, and the decadence of melted cheese all in one pot. A symphony of flavors and textures, each spoonful promises a taste of Italy. I tried this on a lazy Sunday evening and let’s just say, the aroma had my entire household gathering around the kitchen in anticipation!

Why should you try this One Pot Lasagna Soup?

Simplicity at its best: No layers to assemble, no separate baking dish, just one pot and you’re good to go.
Tantalizing fusion: It melds the rich and hearty essence of lasagna with the comfort of a warm soup.
Impress with less: It’s a showstopper for dinner parties, but without the exhaustive effort.
A family favorite: Even the pickiest of eaters can’t resist diving in for seconds.
Perfect for leftovers: If you’re lucky to have any left, they taste even better the next day!
Questions & Answers About One Pot Lasagna Soup

Can I use any type of pasta?
Yes! While lasagna sheets give it the authentic touch, feel free to substitute with fusilli, farfalle, or even penne.

What kind of meat should I use?
Traditionally, ground beef is preferred, but ground turkey or chicken work wonders too. For a vegetarian twist, replace meat with mushrooms or lentils.

I’m not a fan of ricotta. Any alternatives?
Absolutely! Try cottage cheese or even a dollop of cream cheese for that creamy touch.

How do I store the leftovers?
Cool the soup down, transfer to an airtight container, and refrigerate. It tastes even more fabulous the next day!

Can I make it spicier?
Of course! Add some red pepper flakes or a dash of hot sauce to kick it up a notch.

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes


  • 1 lb (450g) ground beef
  • 1 medium-sized onion, finely chopped
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 can (28 oz) crushed tomatoes
  • 4 cups (about 950 ml) chicken broth
  • 9 oz (about 255g) lasagna sheets, broken into pieces
  • 1/2 cup (about 120 ml) heavy cream
  • 1 cup (240g) ricotta cheese
  • 1 cup (100g) grated mozzarella cheese
  • 2 tsp olive oil
  • Salt, pepper, and dried herbs (basil, oregano) to taste


  1. Sauté the Foundations: In a large pot, heat the olive oil over medium flame. Add the onions, and when they’re translucent, toss in the garlic. This duo will form the aromatic base for our soup.
  2. Brown the Beef: Crumble in the ground beef. Season with salt, pepper, and dried herbs. Cook until browned. This meat will offer that classic lasagna richness.
  3. The Liquid Gold: Pour in the crushed tomatoes and chicken broth. The broth provides a delightful depth, while the tomatoes introduce a tangy zest.
  4. Pasta Time: Gently add the broken lasagna sheets. Simmer until they’re tender but still have a bite, usually about 10 minutes.
  5. Creamy Finish: Stir in the heavy cream and let the soup simmer for another 5 minutes. The cream adds a velvety smoothness that’s just irresistible.
  6. Cheese Please: Serve hot with generous dollops of ricotta cheese on top and a sprinkle of mozzarella. Watch it melt and swirl it in for that cheesy heaven!

Cooking Tips:

  • Personal Touch: Add veggies like bell peppers or zucchini for added nutrition and flavor.
  • Herb Delight: Fresh basil or parsley sprinkled on top elevates the freshness.
  • Crunch Element: Serve with garlic bread for that perfect crunch with every slurp.
  • Cheese Variations: Parmesan or even feta can be a delightful substitute or addition.
  • Consistency Control: If the soup is too thick, add a bit more broth. Too thin? Simmer a little longer.
  • Vegan Version: Substitute meat with lentils and use vegan broth, cheese, and cream alternatives.

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