Ainsley Harriott Broccoli & Stilton Cup Soup Reviews
Product Type: Ainsley Harriott Sauces / Soups
Description:Brand: Ainsley Harriott / Type: Soups
Newest Review: ... I was excited to try this soup out. I expected it to be 'bland' and 'watery' with no taste. However, turns out that the soup ... more
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Last Update 13.03.2014 01:12
by - written on 05/01/13 (Very useful, 89 readings)
Whilst I am a fan of 'Cup-a-Soups', I had never tried Ainsley Harriott's 'cup soups' before. So I was quite curious when I discovered a box of Ainsley Harriott's Broccoli and Stilton Cup Soup in the cupboard. The soup is very simple to make, and the box gives easy to follow instructions. Simply empty the contents of one sachet into a cup or mug. Add 200ml of boiling water and then stir well. Leave it to stand for one minute and enjoy. I did find that the soup did take a lot of stirring to get it to mix in, which was annoying, and still the powder didn't 'mix' in fully. Broccoli and Stilton is one of my favourite soups so I was excited to try this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/11/12, updated on 14/11/12 (Useful, 34 readings)
I felt I had to do a quick review of these soups as I have only fairly recently discovered them and I've been eating them like they're going out of fashion!! They seem to be on offer quite a lot and are on sale in most supermarkets, I have usually bought them for around £1 for a pack of four sachets, although at Morrison's currently they have them on sale for just 57p a pack! There is a good range of flavours available, such as Schezuan hot & sour and Thai chicken & lemongrass, they are all quite unusual and interesting flavours, I have tried all of them I think and they are all really nice. They are all between 90-110 calories per serving which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/10 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Any regular readers of my reviews will be aware by now that I suffer from poor health a lot of the time. Due to feeling unwell and suffering from very bad nausea, I struggle to eat a 'proper' meal a lot of the time and so rely instead on smaller snacks and soups to maintain my nourishment. I will confess that I do tend to get a bit fed up with the 'same old' items in my larder cupboard and so am often looking out for new items to try when I am shopping in my local supermarket. It was with the intention of buying some 'alternative' brands and flavours of soup recently - instead of my usual tomato or lentil flavours - that I noticed the row of ... Read the complete review
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