Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"The classic flavors of traditional lasagna are featured in this hearty soup starring Swanson® Seasoned Beef Broth with Onion, tomatoes, tender beef, garlic, Italian seasonings, pasta and cheese."
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1 (14 ounce) can
Swanson® Seasoned Beef Broth with Onion
1 (14.5 ounce) can
dried Italian seasoning
1 1/2 cups
uncooked mafalda or corkscrew-shaped pasta
grated Parmesan cheese
I've been making this for years, ever since I got my free Campbell's cookbook
in the mail when I first started cooking for my husband. Now that I know a little more about cooking, I use fresh garlic
and sometimes I use a little ground sausage and spinach. This doubles and reheats well. TIP: I suggest that you make the soup and cook the noodles seperately, unless you like the noodles expanding in your soup the longer it sits.
The recipe is a good place to start, but definitely needs help. I doctored it up a bit and my husband really liked it. Follow the directions, but use the following ingredients. I did not mix cheese in soup....top with cheese (if desired) before serving.
1 pound ground beef (cooked & crumbled)
14.5 oz.diced tomatoes
8 cups of broth (or 8 cups of water and 8 bullion cubes)
1 Tbsp. Italian Seasoning
3 tsp. crushed garlic
4 Tbsp. dried onions
1 tsp. ground black pepper
6oz. tomato paste
1 1/2 cups uncooked mafalda or corkscrew-shaped pasta
1/2 cup mozarella or parmesan cheese (optional)
Like others said, this is a great starting recipe. I added 1/2 small onion, fresh garlic and green pepper to ground beef as it was browning. I honestly felt like there was not enough liquid so I added 1 can tomato sauce, plus an extra 2-3 cups water. (depending on it you like it more soupy, or little thicker) But overall, this had great flavor, and my boyfriend and I really liked the mafaldi noodles. I'm sure this will make great leftovers!!
I'm giving this 5 stars because it was my favorite kind of meal-easy, cheap, and healthy. I used ground turkey and Barilla plus pasta. My friend recommended it because it's her husband's favorite. I did add extra garlic and Italian seasoning.
I love this. I added a can of roatel to mine to spice it up a little bit. I've made this many times. It is a hit with my family.
This is very easy to modify based on your family's preferences. After mixing the tomatoes, beef broth and Italian seasoning, I decided it was too bland for us and added additional spices (2 tablespoons of Italian seasoning, 3 cloves garlic), some sliced mushrooms, 1 large diced onion and two tomatoes that needed to be used. We will have again because it is a great base recipe. Next time I'll add some fresh spinach and whatever other fresh veggies I have on hand, just like I do when making lasagna.
This is easy and very tasty. Everyone loved it. I shared it with my sister and she loved it as well.
Very Good! It's a very hearty and chunky soup. So good! I thought it sounded a little gross or weird at first, but I dared myself to try it. I added a little more Italian seasoning and used Mozzarella cheese instead of Parmesan. The cheese makes all the difference in making the lasagna taste.
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