Tesco Creamy Vegetable Soup Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Sauces / Soups
Newest Review: ... I am impressed with the cover of the packet which conjures up the right imagery for the product. There is a strong focus on ... more
by - written on 26/03/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
There is something about buying soup in a sachet, that makes it infinitely more inviting than soup in a metal tin. That is probably the posh part of me coming out! I am still in the mindset that sacheted soups are a novelty, despite the fact that they have been around a good decade or so now. Tesco appear to be challenging Covent Garden with their soup in a sachet. I am impressed with the cover of the packet which conjures up the right imagery for the product. There is a strong focus on natural organic produce which I think works well. You can heat in the microwave for about five minutes, but I always like to do my soup on the hob with a wooden ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
The Tesco Creamy Vegetable soup is part of the growing range of soups which Tesco sells. I think soups have been forgotten for some time and it seems that there is a revival now. It is not always available, and I do not know why. Some Tescos do not have it, or if they do it, it is not in the same section as the other soups. It costs £1.17 and comes ina 600g tub. The one I bought myself is different from the one that Dooyoo pictures here, may be Dooyoo have an older version. The packaging itself is relatiely unassuming, but bear in mind that this is not part of their value range of products. According to the infomation on the tub, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I'm pretty sure my other half's mother thinks I don't feed him, as whenever she comes over she brings with her bags of food, including a couple of tubs of soup. Tesco's Creamy Vegetable soup is a favourite, and as much as I'd like to feel offended, it's far too delicious not 5to be grateful for! You get 600g of soup in each tub, so well enough for a filling serving for two. The first thing to note about this soup is what sort of vegetable soup it is - it's a light, creamy soup of a yellowy colour - not tomato based like most canned vegetable soups are. The soup contains Potato, Carrot, Swede, Onion, Cream, Green beans, Cabbage and Parsnips, as well as cream, butter, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/09 (Useful, 44 readings)
This is my favourite Soup from a supermarket. I normally buy it when it is on special offer such as 2 for £2 I have 2 in my fridge right now waiting to be eaten. It contains Potato (12%), Carrot (15%), Swede (10%), Onion (5%), Cream (4%), Grean breans, Cabbage, Parsnip (1.50%), Water, Vegetable Oil, Cornflour, Butter, Wheatflour, Salt, Parsley, Pepper. So great for vegetarians and it tastes naughty. What I mean by that is, it taste as though you are eating lots of calories. Creamy soup. When it is actually healthy, nutrious and low in calories and fat. 44Cals per 100ml. I actually eat the whole tub for myself. But it could be shared ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/08 (Useful, 80 readings)
I saw this soup in the fridge section of my Tesco express and it was on an offer of two for £2 . Since I had a busy week ahead I bought it and tried it yesterday and found it very very good indeed. Ideally it contains most of the winter-vegetables like - Water, Carrot (15%), Potato (12%), Swede (10%), Onion (5%), Cabbage, Whipping Cream (4%), Green Beans, Parsnip (1.5%), Vegetable Oil, Cornflour, Butter, Salt, Wheat Flour, Parsley, Black Pepper. and has a mild creamy flavour with well balanced salt amounts. Must have for vegetarians, non-vegetarians and people who try finding food without alcohol in it too. It comes ... Read the complete review
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