Sainsbury's Basics Creamed Chicken Soup Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Sauces / Soups
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Soups
Newest Review: ... but I do think there is place for Heinz Soup for example, but this soup is about as bad as it gets! I can't even say that ... more
by - written on 28/01/08 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I adore soup! I'll virtually eat any variety and any make. As I have it for lunch most days I find I've tried most of what the supermarkets have on offer and realised that I'm someone who doesn't do 'Economy Products' in any way shape or from. I'm a brand snob but occasionally will buy shop own products but anything that looks basic I give a wide berth. However a while ago while in Sainsbury's late one night I wasn't at all well and knew I needed something to eat and all I wanted was a tin of Heinz Tomato Soup but the shelves in my city centre store were near on empy and all they had to offer me was their own economy tin. Well I had to have it though I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I wrote a review fairly recently on Heinz Cream of Chicken Soup (though it was probably posted absolutely ages ago now, as I post reviews several days after writing them) which I ate after my flatmate left it behind when she moved out, and have to say that it was quite a pleasant soup. On searching through what other goodies had been left for me, I came across the same flavour of soup but from Sainsbury's Basics. I assumed that it wouldn't be as nice as the Heinz variety, but since it was free and there were only 120 calories in the whole tin I decided that it would be a win-win situation, as I either would love it or could just throw it away without it being a waste of . Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
We are huge fans of a nice hot soup on those cold winter nights. I usually purchase the leading brand Heinz, which are the nicest creamiest soup around. But being on an extremely tight budget we needed to either cut out soup or purchase a cheaper brand. This is when we saw the Sainsbury's basics range of soups. These are available in either creamed chicken soup or creamed tomato soup. After trying the tomato I thought I would now try the creamed chicken soup. The soup comes in a tin. Once opened and poured into the pan, I then noticed that the soup was a lot more watery than the tomato. After stirring it for a while I was hoping that the soup would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Sainsbury,s basics CHICKEN SOUP (CREAMED) Shopping in sainsbury,s for a few tins to keep in the cupboard for a rainy day, this soup is available for a mere 27p per can. The Can ********** Just the usual basic can, with unfortunately no pull ring, but then come on its a cheap tin of soup, so using a can openner is the least of my worries. White with the usual red basics writing on it, with a picture of a chicken i guess drawn on it in red. Well the Taste ********** To be honest i wouldnt say that it wasnt eatable, but have had better cheaper soups, was lacking in something, maybe it was a bit too watery for my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/12/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
As I've said before, I do often try out the value ranges of the various supermarkets - and it can be a bit hit and miss.....some providing great value for money and others providing a product so bad that I couldn't be paid to eat it! Unfortunately, the Sainsbury Basic Creamed Chicken Soup fits into the latter of these categories.....it really isn't great at all! I have to admit that I am not a huge fan of tinned soup anyway, but I do think there is place for Heinz Soup for example, but this soup is about as bad as it gets! I can't even say that it's a positive to say that this soup only costs 17p.....because even that is too expensive. Infact, if they gave ... Read the complete review
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