Viral Lasagna Soup, 100 Million Views And One-Up Creativity
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This cosy soup contains all of the delightful flavours of a vegetarian lasagna. Mushrooms, zucchini, and spinach add colour and nutrients, while a ricotta-and-mozzarella topping adds cheesy and creamy flavour. Serve with a side salad or crusty bread to dip.

The Creamy Alfredo Lasagna Soup was featured on the Small Town Woman website and garnered five stars, 420 reviews, and numerous shares and likes on Facebook. 

Someone created and shared it on Tiktok, and it has since gone viral, dividing everyone into two halves. Even Italians think it's genius. Everyone knows how stingy they can be when someone experiments. 

According to the most recent remark, the dish includes a creamy soup base with sausage, spinach, chopped lasagna noodles with herbs and parmesan cheese, and is described as 'hearty, and the perfect warming soup for any dinner'.

If you enjoy lasagna but dislike the time and work required for all the layers, this amazing lasagna soup is perfect. Unlike many other lasagna soup recipes online, this is more than just pasta, meat, and cheese in a bowl of diluted tomato sauce. This is the real lasagna in soup form. And it can be vegetarian too.

As with any other viral dish, there are numerous versions, but they always include the following vital ingredients: lasagna noodles, ground meat, onion, chicken broth, tomato pasta sauce, mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese, and ricotta or cottage cheese.

Someone found it to be delicious. Following the compliment, they stated that the dish was so good it would be added to their regular rotation. Along with it, people added tricks like draining the meat before adding the onions and garlic. Others found it's worth baking the lasagna noodles in the manner the video suggests.

These types of recommendations were also widely available on the internet. 

Lasagna is arguably the oldest form of pasta made from very wide, flat sheets. It can be referred to as Italian cuisine consisting of stacked layers of lasagna alternating with fillings such as ragù (ground meats and tomato sauce), béchamel sauce, vegetables, cheeses (including ricotta, mozzarella, and Parmesan), and seasonings and spices. 

The dish can be topped with grated cheese, which melts during baking. Typically, cooked pasta is combined with additional components and baked in the oven. The finished baked spaghetti is cut into single-serving square or rectangular chunks.

Lasagna originated in mediaeval Italy. The earliest documented writing concerning lasagna appears in 1282 in the Memorial Bolognesi ("Bolognesi Memorials"), when lasagna was mentioned in a poem transcribed by a Bolognese notary.

Nevertheless, the first recorded recipe was found in the early 14th-century Liber de Coquina (The Book of Cookery). It resembles the later conventional form of lasagna, featuring fermented dough flattened into thin sheets, boiled, covered with cheese and spices, and served with a little pointed stick. 

Recipes are written a century after the Liber de Coquina suggested cooking the pasta in chicken broth and topping it with cheese and chicken grease. Walnuts were recommended in a Lenten fast-appropriate recipe. 

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