Thanks to the New York Soup company, we have been sent some lovely new soups to review. I very often eat soup for my lunch as it is quick and easy and anything to save time when you have a toddler is helpful. I like to try different flavours and try new things. So when I got the chance to try some really lovely flavours I was really looking forward to it.
The flavours from the fully loaded range I have been sent are:
Tomato and Meatball
BBQ pulled Pork and Bean
Chunky lentil and bean
Nacho Chili Chicken
The ones that I have tried so far are Nacho chili chicken and Pulled Pork and bean soup. I have not yet had chance to try to other 2 flavours, but I will let you know within the next week about them.
The first one I tried was Nacho chili Chicken. It was a really lovely tasting soup with a great bit of spice to it. The spice isn’t hot where it leaves your mouth burning, it is an after taste kick which is lovely. T’his soup is made with tomato, cooked chicken, tortilla chips and a dash of sour cream. I would really recommend this soup I really enjoyed it and loved the flavour. The soup is thick ish which is great as I hate really runny soup. It goes down nicely with some toast to dip in it. Yum! I would give this soup 5 out of 5!
The second one I have tried was BBQ Pulled Pork and Bean. Personally I didn’t like this one as much as the Nacho Chili Chicken but I did like it. For me the BBQ flavour came through to strong. That is my personal taste though. I am not a massive fan of anything BBQ flavour, whether that be crisps, soup or flame grilled burgers. The New York Soup company say… This flavour has been inspired by some of New York’s Finest BBQ joints. Within the soup there is… Pinto beans, red peppers, smoked bacon and pulled pork, this is all cooked in a very secret BBQ sauce recipe. I would give this soup on my personal taste 3.5 out of 5 but overall for the soup 5 out of 5.
Once I have tried the other 2 soups I will let you know. In the mean time, if you would like to try any of the New York soups
then just either order online at Tesco or go to your local Tesco and pick some up. They currently retail at £2.20 each and there is enough in one pot for 2 people. I think the price is very reasonable for amount of soup you get and the good quality tasting flavour you will get to experience.
Please take a look HERE at the New York Soup website. It is full of great information from where the inspiration came from for these soups to nutrition values of each soup.