Heinz Big Soup Reviews
Product Type: Heinz Sauces / Soups
Newest Review: ... so that the next time soup was on the menu, I didn't even consider making my own - I just opened my Heinz Big Soup tin! At ... more
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by - written on 25/01/08, updated on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 1216 readings)
When it's cold, miserable and wet outside I love nothing more than sitting down to enjoy a delicious, warming bowl of soup for my lunch. I like to make my own soups with various ingredients and often make large batches so I can freeze some for future use. Sometimes, there just isn't enough time to prepare though and when hunger strikes you need to do something about it! I therefore tend to keep a few tins of ready made soup on standby in case of emergencies. The last time I wanted to stock up, my eye was drawn to a particular range - Heinz Big Soups. I'm a fan of Heinz' standard soups such as traditional Cream of Tomato amongst other flavours. These Big Soups ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/08 (Very useful, 46 readings)
When you hear the word soup even when it is heinz you streight away tink of a lot of liquid with a few tiny pieces of veg or meat in it but this one is very different. Heinz big soup is more like a stew than a soup, the tins are full to the brim with reasonable sized vegetables in a sauce to acompany them. Beef and veg is my favorite but the chicken is also nice. I was very shocked when i opened the tin to find that the pieces of veg are cut to a decent size and not something that would bet lost between the gaps in your teeth, The vegatables, potatoes carots etc are all cooked to be very soft but havent lost there flavour and the amount ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/08 (Useful, 71 readings)
On the can it suggests that half a can is a single serving however I think this is a bit optimistic and I find that I can easily consume a can for my lunch however I would only have a small bread roll with it, any more bread and then I would struggle to fill it as these are chunky thick soups packed with vegetables and in the case of the one I had yesterday chicken. My other favourite in the minted lamb and vegetables which is also very nice. My soup did not have the most appertising of smells when I pulled the lid off however once it was being heated up it started to give off a much more pleasing aroma. The soup consists of some big chunks of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/10 (Very useful, 128 readings)
As I have been trying both to loose a little weight, and save a little money, all part of my new years resolutions, I decided to swap my daily trip to the local cafe for a sandwich at lunch time, to bringing in some soup which I could heat up easily. As a child, I always loved big soup, so I decided to give it a try. This product is available in a number of different flavors, which are Beef and Vegetable, Chicken and Vegetable, Beef Broth, Chunky Vegetable, Lamb and Vegetable, Beef Broth, Chunky Lamb Hotpot and Chicken Leek and Mushroom. All varieties come in a 400g tin. As I am a vegetarian, this review will focus on the Chunky Vegetable soup. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
For those people who feel that a watery bowl of soup is never enough, why not plump for one of the Heinz Big Soups. Like their normal soups, only crammed to the hilt with extra ingredients. It is thus not so much a soup, but more of a casserole. I guess it is billed as a soup though, as the idea of buying a tinned casserole is not quite so alluring! I have been on a soup drive in the last few weeks, with all the cold weather and illness lurking, my diet has forced me into choosing homely and comforting foods while zooming around Tesco. The Big Soup impressed me recently and I had a feeling it would, as the illustration showed a chunky bowl of vegetables ... Read the complete review
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