This soup has a horrible flavour, which is actually hard to describe. Added bit of salt and pepper - no better, so added tabasco sauce - slightly better but not much. Should have stuck to Heinz tomato soup ....
We have been having this soup every week for almos
We have been having this soup every week for almost a year and can't get enough of it. Packed full of veggies, lentils and flavour. It does vary a little week by week but always a delicious, nutritious, quick and easy dinner. Love it!
This is a tasty soup but it is being filled with v
This is a tasty soup but it is being filled with very tough pieces of kale. A little is fine but it feels as if a cheap ingredient is being used in place of the more expensive ones to bulk the soup out. Tough green leaf and stalk is not nice to chew on!
Watery flavourless soup. Couldn't have been more disappointed in this.
Horrible. Tastes predominantly of carrots. Not sure where the sundried tomatoes were...plenty of big cubes of carrot, and lots of green lentils, both very undercooked. Nasty pieces of cabbage also present. Yuk Not pleasant in the mouth either texture or flavour wise. Give this a miss!
Would definitely recommend. One of the best soups I’ve ever had. Very flavoursome.
Cumin soup with a side of cumin
Sadly, this soup should be called Cumin and Cumin soup. The idea of tomato and lentil seemed promising until I tried it and all I could taste was cumin! I literally could not make out any other flavours. The annoying thing is that it’s not even listed an ingredient but the unmistakable flavour of it is overpowering. It must be an ingredient. It might have been nice if something else had been used, like basil for example. The Chicken Mulligatawny soup also tastes of cumin as does the Spicy Parsnip so it might have been nice if this one didn’t.
Watery and flavourless. Kale should have been chop
Watery and flavourless. Kale should have been chopped more or blended. Not worth the money!
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.