Review of Glorious Skinnylicious Soups
Just to let you know, this post was written before I went fully paleo to help ease my psoriasis. Nowadays I eat a more allergy-friendly diet, but leave these older, non-paleo posts up in case they are useful to readers, as I know not everyone eats the same as I do. Thanks for your understanding.
Glorious soups are one of my favourite ready-made soup brands. I don't buy ready-made soups all that often, but they're handy for having in the fridge for when you need something a bit more warming than a salad or sandwich at short notice. I've always found them to be full of flavour and they're inspired from various flavours around the world - the West African Chicken and Peanut is one of my all-time favourites. I can't get enough of it.
And they've brought out a Skinny low-fat range, and I was lucky enough to get my hands on a few of the soups to try.
I was sent the Keralan Summer, Goan Tomato and Lentil, New England Butternut Squash, North African Spiced Vegetable and Fragrant Thai Carrot soups.
The Keralan Summer soup is the spiciest - but rich, with tomatoes and Indian spices. It's warming with the spices and chilli, and was actually one of my favourites.
The New England Butternut Squash soup is again, rich - and silky. It's blended until smooth and the cumin in the soup gives the whole thing some gentle warmth. There's also a slight fruity sweetness in there, as it's finished with a little mango chutney. Lovely.
The North African Spiced Vegetable soup was, as it says on the website, inspired by a trip to Istanbul - there's sumac, harissa and Ras El Hanout in there, along with lots of other flavours. The flavour was quite sweet and fruity, but also tangy and mildly spiced.
The Fragrant Thai Carrot soup is creamy and really fragrant - obviously there's coconut there and you have the Thai flavours of lemongrass, chilli and coriander. My children had a taste of this and found they could tolerate it - it's one of the less spicy soups from the range I was sent.
|Glorious' Fragrant Thai Carrot soup|
Do you like the Glorious range of soups? Which are your favourites?