There are dishes I’m just too lazy for. Lasagne is definitely one of them.
Do not get me wrong. I love the delicious classic just like you. But let’s face it. Too often, the lasagna is not as soft, crispy and spicy as we imagined.
Rescue in Soulfood-Not?
Lasagna soup is the fast and easy alternative to lasagna.
Lasagna soup is:
- Our beloved classic pasta in soup form.
- Wonderfully spicy.
- Packed with typical lasagna ingredients.
- Extra Cheesy.
- Genuine Soulfood.
Imagine that you are in the mood for a large portion of lasagna right now.
As it happens, you have all the ingredients in the house. Horray!
In your mind you go through your classic lasagna recipe.
- Cooking Bolognese. For at least 20 minutes go on it.
- Magic béchamel sauce. Shit, why is the milk empty right now?
- Layers what it takes. Hopefully the sauce will do.
- Waiting. Waiting. Waiting. 40 to 60 minutes can be quite long with lasagna hunger.
Or you think, Hah! I’ve recently discovered this recipe for lasagna soup at Mia.
By the way: Pretty cool transition, right?
Anyway, you cheerfully brown your minced meat, add onion and garlic and erase everything with the remaining ingredients. Now the pot does the work for you.
While your delicious lasagna soup is bubbling happily, you cook the lasagna plates. Quickly put the poured lasagna plates in the soup and tada – your soup is ready.
For the grand finale, treat yourself to a dollop of crème fraîche and Parmesan, then you can start feasting.
And the moral of the story?
Lasagna soup good, all good.
The lasagna soup is extracafe, spicy and packed with typical lasagna ingredients. Perfect to quench your Lasagnehunger in a quick and easy way.
Portions : 6
calories per serving : 456 kcal
Canned chopped tomatoes
- salt and pepper
Heat one tablespoon of olive oil in a large saucepan over medium to high heat. Crumble minced meat, season with salt and pepper and fry until crispy. Dice onion and chop garlic. Put the remaining olive oil in the pot and fry the onion in a glass for about two minutes, stirring occasionally. Add garlic and simmer for another 30 seconds.
Add beef broth, chopped tomatoes, tomato paste, oregano, thyme, rosemary, salt and pepper and simmer for 20 minutes with the lid closed and a little heat.
In the meantime cook the lasagna noodles. For this, break the lasagne plates into bite-sized pieces and cook according to the instructions on the package.
Give the decoated pasta to the finished soup. Season again and serve with a dollop of creme fraiche and some grated Parmesan cheese.
You have tried this recipe? Then let me know! Comment, rate and do not forget to tag your photo on Instagram with #kochkarussell . Thank you, dear ones!
To all the lasagna fans out there: Try this soup. Really. That’s the blast!
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Well, what do you say about my fast-paced lasagne luck?