Baxters French Onion Reviews
Product Type: Baxter's Sauces / Soups
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by - written on 05/02/08 (Very useful, 164 readings)
I love soup and usually make my own. It is so simple to make it virtually makes itself! However like lots of people I lead a busy life and like to keep tins of soup in my cupboard for the times when I don't have the time or energy to prepare the vegetables I like to put into my soup. I am fussy when it comes to buying food and scan the labels to see just what my family are going to be eating. When I buy soup it always has to be either Baxter's or Covent Garden. Both of these brands are additive free and contain decent ingredients. True they are more expensive than the likes of Heinz but the taste is far superior in my book. I recently discovered Baxter's French onion ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/08, updated on 21/01/08 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I like soup, so I do; all sorts of soup. Soup is a practically instant food, and if you get the right one can almost be a meal in itself. We make lots and lots of home made soup in our household, my personal favourites being French onion, potato, and ham and pea. But every now and again you simply need something that you can prepare almost instantly, and which is tasty, filling and warming. It's then I turn Baxters, one of my favourite manufacturers of instant soup. The first thing that is instantly admirable about Baxter's is that they are Scottish through and through. (Just like myself. Heh, heh) They've been making good soups in Fochaber in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Baxters French Onion Description: Manufacturer: Baxter's / Soups A 415g tin of this soup cost me £0.73 from my local supermarket. You can buy this in most supermarkets and it comes in a red and brown tin, with the Baxters label and a picture of a bowl of the soup on the front. This tin has a ring pull which is great as it means that you don't have to hunt around for a tin opener. You can either warm it gently in a saucepan or put it in the microwave for 2 to 3 minutes (stir half way through cooking). Unfortunately, when you pour this soup out, it is quite thin and an unappetising shade of brown. Don't be put off though! As ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/09, updated on 11/05/09 (Very useful, 93 readings)
I absolutely adore soup! I find nothing better than some with fresh bread and butter and I right pig out on it! I also like a wide variety of flavours and my Mother does our weekly shop (as I live at home cos I'm not silly lol) and she got me this to try out last week! The Packaging.... 415g can with a ring pull lid to the top of it and on that in black writing I'm told that metal cans are widely recyclable. Around the 'body' of the can there is an orange sticky label covering it and on that in black and white writing I'm told it is Baxters 'Favourites' French Onion Soup and that it is suitable for Vegetarians and contains less than 1% fat and that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
It is only an amzingly low 120 calories for the whole tin! It is not too oniony in flavour as onion content is just 4% and the caramelization of the onions takes some of the edge off of the flavour; in fact the yeast extract that's been used in the soup gives it a slightly beefy flavour. Its also gluten free and has no artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives in it. However it does contain some milk and celery. This is a very nice soup. Onion soup sounds very heavy and when I've had it in restaurants it often is heavy and is also too salty. But Baxters French Onion Soup is both light and not too salty. I'd advise ... Read the complete review
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