A SOUP IN PROGRESS
First tasting a bit grim. Clearly a diabetic recipe. Aside from the obvious question of what KALE is doing in tomato soup (!) the main problem we had was the overpowering taste of red pepper - fresh, powdered AND concentrated - now, if you called it pepper soup that would make more sense... but all was not lost; the texture was fine, so we added a squirt of ketchup, some sugar and salt, white wine, quite a lot of fresh cream and a tin of cheap tomato soup (Tesco, of course) and voila! Edible soup! In fact it was a big hit and I've been asked to get it again! Now why can't Tesco's expert chefs do this?
Very disappointing. For all the reported ingredients it tastes of pretty much nothing. Just a weak gravy really.
Kudos to the Tesco Chefs
You like tomatoes, you like veg and you want to eat well, so what's not to like? Hot, hearty and nutritious!! Value for money, economical ( you don't have to use all of it at the same time) and delicious with a good chunk of bread. One of the best if not the best soup on the market!!
tasty filling soup
It's funny when you read the reviews and see how some people think it's bland while others find it too spicy :). Maybe they tried different batches? I think it is very flavoursome, full of veggie chunks, kale and I even found half a red pepper inside (no skin!). I'll buy it again!
This soup is delicious. Very tasty. Best soup I have eaten in a long time.
My favourite soup
Beautiful flavour and nice hearty chunks of veg, love it!
Too thick and bland
Far too thick, huge chunks of carrot and cabbage. Lacked seasoning. It was more like a stew and I had to blend it. I bought 3 finest soups and this was the worst.
Absolutely horrible and threw in down the toilet, which also looked horrible!
. no words can describe it don't waste money on
. no words can describe it don't waste money on it
really lovely and filling