The motivation for this White Chicken Lasagna Soup more comes from our outing to Cancun. Arbitrary, correct? Two or three years back, Patrick and I planned to go with my family to Lake Powell. I had been accepting home IV anti-infection agents through a PIC Line (IV embedded in the upper arm) for pneumonia thus I booked to have my line eliminated a day sooner than we were all going to drive up to Lake Powell that morning together.

Tragically, I got the call that a relative was wiped out which implied I would not be going to Lake Powell as I can’t associate with any an individual who is wiped out due to being immune smothered (because of my lung relocate in 1999, see story HERE). So my saint spouse booked us an unconstrained excursion to Cancun the following morning.

So long story made longer, the Comprehensive Hotel we remained at flaunted an Amazing Italian café with a Béchamel Lasagna that I requested on TWO separate events. The manner in which the smooth sauce supported the dainty noodles in each soothing nibble was dream commendable. What’s more, I realized I needed to reproduce it somehow. So this One Pot White Chicken Lasagna is my accolade. What’s more, it’s a decent one. Patrick couldn’t quit raving about the messy layers of goodness. I actually can’t get over the “can’t-get-any-simpler” approach to unloading all the noodles into one pot without the tedious, repetitive, layering! 

Step-by-step Instructions to Make White Chicken Lasagna Soup

To make your One Pot White Chicken Lasagna Soup, sauté your chicken for two or three minutes, at that point eliminate to a plate, at that point sauté your onions, carrots, ringer peppers and garlic.

Sprinkle in some flour, cook, at that point mix in your chicken stock, white beans, and your cast of flavors including parsley, basil, oregano, and thyme since all that fluid cream requires some flavor! Then, add your lasagna noodles and stews away until the noodles are still somewhat firm.

Then, mix to creamer, discretionary hefty cream, hacked spinach and warm through.

At long last, mix in 1 cup Parmesan Cheddar for extra delectable smoothness…

What’s more, you are prepared to finish off your individual dishes with destroyed mozzarella cheddar, newly ground Parmesan cheddar and ricotta cheddar as meager or as MUCH as you can imagine!

Presently the rundown of fixings may appear to be long, yet remember you are simply unloading and pursuing a fast veggie sauté to allow the sauce to stew and cook the noodles while your entire home loads up with the enticing rich smell of perhaps the most consoling soups you will actually eat up, one pot soups.

I can never get enough of the surface of the slim still somewhat firm lasagna noodles covered by Parmesan cream smooth goodness. What’s more, I would prefer not to. Much obliged to you Cancun.

Guzzle, scoop, rehash.

White Chicken Lasagna Soup

White Chicken Lasagna Soup

Recipe by CarlsCourse: BreakfastCuisine: ItalianDifficulty: Medium

4 – 12

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This simple White Chicken Lasagna Soup tastes much the same as white chicken lasagna with messy layers of noodles covered in smooth Italian spiced Parmesan implanted sauce without all the layering or dishes! Just saute chicken and veggies and dump in all fixings and stew away for a pot of smooth, slurpilicoius flavor!


  • 4-6 cloves garlic, minced

  • 2 carrots, peeled and sliced

  • 1 pound boneless skinless chicken breasts, chopped

  • 2 carrots, peeled and sliced

  • 3 tablespoons olive oil, divided

  • 3 tablespoons butter

  • 1 green bell pepper, chopped

  • 1/3 cup flour

  • 9-11 cups low sodium chicken broth, divided

  • 3 tablespoons cornstarch

  • 15 oz can canneli beans, rinsed and rained

  • 1 tablespoon chicken bouillon

  • 1 tsp EACH dried parsley, dried basil

  • 1/2 tsp EACH dried oregano, dried thyme, salt, pepper

  • 2 bay leaves

  • dash- 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes (optional)

  • 10 uncooked lasagna noodles broken into approx. 1-2 inch pieces*

  • 2-3 cups half and half (may sub fat free evaporated milk)

  • 1/2 cup heavy cream (optional)

  • 10 oz chopped frozen baby spinach, thawed

  • 1 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese

  • Cheese Garnish
  • freshly grated Parmesan cheese

  • ricotta cheese

  • shredded mozzarella cheese


  • A warmth 1 a tablespoon olive oil in an enormous Dutch stove/a soup pot over a medium high warmth. Add chicken and cook until nearly cooked through. Eliminate to a plate.
  • Liquefy spread with 2 tablespoons olive oil in the presently unfilled pot and the warmth over a medium high warmth. Add onions and carrots, and cook, while mixing, for 3 minutes. Add chime pepper and garlic and cook for a moment. Sprinkle in flour at that point cook, mixing continually for 3 minutes (it will be thick).
  • Go a warmth to low and progressively mix in 8 cups the chicken stock. Whisk 3 tablespoons cornstarch with 1 a cup an extra chicken stock and add to soup. Mix in chicken, beans, chicken bouillon and every single leftover spice and flavors. Mix in lasagna noodles.
  • Heat to the point of boiling at that point lesson to a stew until lasagna noodles are delicate, mixing infrequently so noodles don’t adhering to a base (roughly 20-30 minutes).
  • Go a warmth to low, dispose of the cove leaf and a mix to the creamer, discretionary substantial cream and spinach and warm through. Mix in 1 a cup Parmesan cheddar until liquefied. Mix in extra cream or a stock whenever wanted for less “stout” soup. Seasoning with extra salt and pepper to tastes. An embellishment singular servings with the wanted measure of cheeses.


  • I love lasagna noodles in this formula — they are slurpilicious! Try not to stress over their breaking uniformly — you won’t see once they cook. You can likewise youplant the noodles with 2 1/2 cups uncooked little shells whenever wanted, and a stew for a less time.
  • On the off chance that you need to exclude the substantial cream yet at the same time might want a thicker soup then I recommend whisking 2 teaspoons cornstarch with a portion of the chicken stock and adding to the soup to a stew and thicken.
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