One Pot White Chicken Lasagna Soup your entire family will LOVE! This easy soup tastes just like white chicken lasagna with cheesy layers of noodles smothered in velvety Italian spiced Parmesan infused sauce without all the layering or dishes! Simply saute chicken and veggies and dump in all ingredients and simmer away for a pot of velvety, slurpilicoius flavor!
So it happened. My Easy One Pot Lasagna Soup joined the 1 Million Pinterest Club along with my Cream Cheese Stuffed Banana Bread Coffee Cake, Chili Lime Chicken Tacos and my Southwest Pepper Jack Salad (2M)! And I must say it is well deserved because that soup is the BOMB with tons of glowing reviews – definitely a readers favorite. If you haven’t tried that One Pot Lasagna Soup yet, please make it this winter because you will be doing yourself and your whole family a big, comforting cheesy pot of a favor.
Today’s One Pot White Chicken Lasagna Soup was definitely inspired by my aforementioned Easy One Pot Lasagna Soup, as I use the same technique but the flavor profile is completely different as there is meaty ragu sauce in one and creamy chicken with spinach in the other. The inspiration for this soup more comes from our trip to Cancun. Random, right? A couple years ago, Patrick and I were going to go with my family to Lake Powell. I had been receiving home IV antibiotics through a PIC Line (IV inserted in the upper arm) for pneumonia and so I scheduled to have my line removed a day earlier then we were all going to drive up to Lake Powell that morning together. Unfortunately, I got the call that a family member was sick which meant I would not be going to Lake Powell as I cannot be around anyone who is sick due to being immuno suppressed (due to my lung transplant in 1999, see story HERE). So my hero husband booked us a spontaneous trip to Cancun the next morning. In fact, you can see a pic of my bandaged IV arm in Cancun HERE on IG.
So long story made longer, the All Inclusive Resort we stayed at boasted an AH-mazing Italian restaurant with a Bechamel Lasagna that I ordered on TWO separate occasions. The way the velvety sauce cradled the thin noodles in every comforting bite was dream worthy. And I knew I had to recreate it in one way or another. So this One Pot White Chicken Lasagna is my tribute. And its a good one. Patrick couldn’t stop raving about the cheesy layers of goodness. And I still can’t get over the “can’t-get-any-easier” approach of dumping all the noodles into one pot without the time-consuming, tedious, layering!
To make your One Pot White Chicken Lasagna Soup, saute your chicken for a couple minutes, then remove to a plate, then saute your onions, carrots, bell peppers and garlic.
Sprinkle in some flour, cook, then stir in your chicken broth, white beans, and your cast of seasonings including parsley, basil, oregano and thyme because all that liquid cream needs some flA-vor! Next, add your lasagna noodles and simmer away until the noodles are al dente.
Next, stir in half and half, optional heavy cream, chopped spinach and warm through.
Finally, stir in 1 cup Parmesan Cheese for extra luscious creaminess…
And you are ready to top your individual bowls with shredded mozzarella cheese, freshly grated Parmesan cheese and ricotta cheese– as little or as MUCH as you like!
Now the list of ingredients might seem long, but keep in mind you are just dumping and running after a quick veggie saute to let the sauce simmer and cook the noodles while your whole home fills with the tantalizing rich aroma of of one of the most comforting soups you will ever devour, one pot soups.
I can never get enough of the texture of the thin al dente lasagna noodles blanketed by Parmesan cream velvety goodness. And I don’t want to. Thank you Cancun.
Slurp, shovel, repeat.
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