Lasagna Soup

lasagna-soupWe had an amazing customer this summer at the Grand Blanc market (Peggy!) that shared her recipe for lasagna soup with us and claimed that our spices were perfect for it. We also need to thank http://www.getcrocked.com. So we thought….What do you do for dinner when the family comes into town and you need something delicious and simple??? Well thanks to Peggy, here is the perfect solution! This beauty of a soup is gorgeous with our focaccia roll (bread) recipe and can be easily put into the Crock Pot in the morning on low and be ready when everyone gets home at night. Couple with a salad, and bam pow! Dinner is done, and beautifully done by the way.

Ingredients:
1 Pound Ground beef, turkey, sausage or a combination of all
1 Onion Diced
1 Can condensed tomato soup
1 Can petite diced tomatoes
15 Oz Marinara (we used Prego)
2 Beef bullion cubes
1 Cup Chicken stock
3 Cups water
8 Lasagna noodles broken into small pieces
2 TSP Spice Chicks Ciao Mama Italian Blend
1 TBSP Spice Chicks Intoxicating Onion with Parsley
2 TSP Spice Chicks Gossip Queen Garlic Powder
8 Oz Ricotta cheese
12 Oz Mozzarella (topping)

Combine:
Onion, soup, diced tomatoes and marinara and pour into the crock pot
add bouillon and spices
add chicken stock and water
break lasagna noodles into small pieces and sprinkle over top
break meat into small chunks (raw) and add to crock pot

Cook on low for 6 to 7 hours or on high for 4 to 5 hours. When soup is nearly done, add the ricotta cheese and cook for another 30 minutes. Garnish with mozzarella and serve with a smile, salad and bread

Ciao Mama!!!
Lesa

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