Baxters Spicy Parsnip Soup Reviews
Product Type: Baxter's Sauces / Soups
Description:Brand: Baxters / Soups
Newest Review: ... two servings (or one if you're a very hungry caterpillar!). According to the information on the label the ingredients in ... more
by - written on 22/08/12 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I don't generally like to use pre-prepared food, preferring to make things from scratch using fresh ingredients whenever possible. Since I started making my own soups a few years ago and discovered just how easy they actually are to make, homemade soup has been a regular in our weekly menu, especially in the colder months. But, as nobody's perfect, I always keep a few tins of soup in the cupboard for those times when I just want something quick to prepare, am feeling ill or just can't be bothered to peel loads of vegetables! Alongside my staples of Heinz cream of chicken and mulligatawny soups are always a couple of cans of this Baxters vegetarian spicy parsnip ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Baxters Spicy Parsnip Soup Description: Manufacturer: Baxters / Soups http://www.baxters.com I love soup and due to the excesses of the festive season, am trying to eat healthy lunches to try and watch my calorie content. I prefer to make my own soups but don't always have time, so find that tinned soups can be a convenient lunch to keep in my locker at work for when I want something warming and tasty. a 415g tin will cost around £0.70 but can often be found on offer. You can find the Baxters soup range in most supermarkets. The tins are white and green with the Baxters logo on the front. The soup is easy to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Baxters is an international food company but still like to keep their family company image. They began when a gentleman called George Baxter opened a grocery shop in 1868 in Scotland. One of my favourite soups in their range is the Spicy Parsnip variety. A parsnip is a root vegetable related to the carrot and are generally considered an essential part of Christmas dinner but I say they are not just for Christmas and can be enjoyed all year round. According to an article I read, a parsnip is richer in vitamins and minerals than its close relative, the carrot. It is particularly rich in potassium with 600 mg per 100 g. The parsnip is also a good source of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/10 (Very useful, 55 readings)
As a rule I really don't like most things that come in tins, and soup is no exception. It always seems to have that 'tinned' taste (I know that sounds obvious). However, sometimes there's not enough time to cook a proper meal, so something in a tin that only needs a few minutes to heat up is too convenient to ignore. I'm particularly lazy when it comes to preparing lunch, yet hate to go through the day on just a snack such as a sandwich. So if I'm going to take the easy option and stock some tinned soup for emergencies, it's likely it'll be from the Baxters range. I find that these soups have somewhat less of an artificial 'tinned' flavour than most others (Heinz ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10, updated on 29/01/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
BACKGROUND INFORMATION There is nothing like a nice bowl of hot soup to warm you up on a cold day. Needless to say, during the cold snap, I bought several cans of soup to eat a lunchtimes. Firstly, I must admit I am not a big fan of parsnips when they are served as a plain boiled vegetable, for me like eating bland chunks of nothing. I do eat them roasted or in a casseroles or curries where it takes on other flavours. As I love spicy food (providing it is not too hot) and the soup is pureed, I thought I would give Baxters Spicy Parsnip soup, a try, so a can went into my shopping basket. A LITTLE ABOUT BAXTERS The name Baxters is ... Read the complete review
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