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One-Pot Creamy Soup Pasta (Asparagus, Bacon, Hon Shimeji)

One-Pot Creamy Soup Pasta (Asparagus, Bacon, Hon Shimeji)

This recipe serves 1, but doubles well to cook for 2 or more.

Cook and serve this pasta immediately since it goes from soupy to creamy within 15 minutes of cooked, as the noodles soak up the liquids. For a soupier less creamy effect, double the milk (200ml instead of 100ml).

Read about the anime inspiration behind this recipe & step-by-step photos on the previous page.


  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 serving dried spaghetti (around 70 grams) break into two if your pot is small
  • 150ml chicken stock (or 150 ml hot water + chicken bouillon cube, to taste)
  • 100ml milk double the milk (200 ml) for soupier pasta
  • 2 sliced cheese (cheddar or any favourite)
  • dried parsley flakes & black pepper to garnish

(A) Bacon and Vegetables


  1. Fry the bacon & vegetables. Heat olive oil in pot, stir-fry the ingredients at (A) for a few minutes until the bacon is cooked and aromatic.
  2. Cook pasta. Add chicken stock and bring to a boil. Add spaghetti and cook for 5-6 minutes (or roughly three-quarters of the cooking time). The pasta will absorb most of the stock.
  3. Add milk & cheese. Reduce the heat so that it is gently bubbling. Add sliced cheese and stir in the milk. Stir continuously with a spatula so that the cheese is fully melted. Allow the pasta to finish cooking in the meantime (about 2 minutes).
  4. Garnish & serve. Garnish with parsley and black pepper. This pasta turns from soupy to creamy & chunky within 15 minutes, so serve it immediately after cooking.

Credit: Adapted from Yuru Camp △ Season 1 Episode 5

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7 comments on “One-Pot Creamy Soup Pasta (Asparagus, Bacon, Hon Shimeji)”

  1. Very creamy and delicious! I love esp. those mushrooms.

  2. Cool! I never watched anime before. But so interesting how you draw inspiration from it.

    Looks so yummy! I like the idea of milk, cheese and pasta to thicken the soup pasta. Best of all, the cook starts and finishes in one pot.

  3. Can I use grated Parmesan cheese as I have some leftover in fridge?
    Can I use fresh milk or maybe can u tell me the brand u use?
    I love all ur recipes! Easy to follow and taste great! Whenever I do not know what to cook for dinner I will come to ur page!

    • thank you :) I have not used Parmesan cheese (tried sliced cheese and cheese powder) for this dish yet, but I think it will work. remember to stir vigorously so that the cheese melts. Yes I’m using fresh milk (Meiji, but any brand will work).

  4. You should post some recipe from Shokugeki no Soma. They’re really great and delicious looking too!

  5. Hello! Thank u for the recipe! May I ask if the spaghetti can be cooked separately and add the “soup/gravy” over the spaghetti when ready to eat?
    Also can I replace bacon with pork belly and asparagus with broccoli? :)

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