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Glorious! Soups was £1.99 now £1.00 @ Morrisons

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Glorious! Soups (600g) was £1.99 now £1.00 Glorious! Skinny New England in Autumn Soup Glorious! Skinny Intrigue in Istanbul Glorious! Skinny Thai Tuk-Tuks & Tumeric Glorious! Skinny Goan…
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Glorious! Soups (600g) was £1.99 now £1.00

Glorious! Skinny New England in Autumn Soup

Glorious! Skinny Intrigue in Istanbul

Glorious! Skinny Thai Tuk-Tuks & Tumeric

Glorious! Skinny Goan Express Soup

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1 Like #1
looks like these have been discounted everywhere, I have bought from waitrose and sainsburys for 1.10 in the past two weeks, good price.
#2
The intrigue in Istanbul one is great
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Heat Sink
looks like these have been discounted everywhere, I have bought from waitrose and sainsburys for 1.10 in the past two weeks, good price.
Like most people buying these at around £2.00 is expensive and only when there on offer do I buy. Having said that some of these "NEW" varieties are intriguing to say the least.
2 Likes #4
It does my nut in why things are now labeled 'skinny'!! Its skinny this and skinny that..... oO

Good deal though and cheers for posting mucker :3

Edited By: Nk74 on Jan 10, 2015 22:10
#5
Nk74
It does my nut in why things are now labeled 'skinny'!! Its skinny this and skinny that..... oO

Good deal though and cheers for posting mucker :3
Yeah, silly really
#6
Can anyone describe the flavour of these or at least the ingredients? I love the Butternut Squash one but didnt like the other older varieties.
#7
Try making a batch of homemade soup,much nicer .
#8
UnclePotter
Try making a batch of homemade soup,much nicer .

You got a recipe, bro?
4 Likes #9
dunno
UnclePotter
Try making a batch of homemade soup,much nicer .

You got a recipe, bro?
Chop up some veg or cheap meat.
Add all the rest of the vegetables that need to be used up at the bottom of your fridge.
Add some stock (water + stock cube)
Add some pepper, chopped onion and mixed herbs.
Add some spices/curry powder/ground chilli/hot sauce if you want it spicy
Add some potato if you want it thick.
Add some cream/cream fraice if you want it creamy.
Blend it if you don't want it lumpy.

All purpose soup recipe. Done :)

Edited By: odom on Jan 10, 2015 23:14
#10
You can't make soups this decent for a £1
Nor is it worth the time effort and mess to do so unless you're so inclined to cook from scratch at home anyway
1 Like #11
don_in_ed
You can't make soups this decent for a £1
Nor is it worth the time effort and mess to do so unless you're so inclined to cook from scratch at home anyway

You can easily make a panful of soup for <£1 and what's better is :

* More nutritious
* No additives or filler
* Can make several portions and store
* Make to your own preferences

I've had a couple of these Glorious soups and found them bland!

For the above recipe, I would also start with the onion and fry them off a bit in oil first.
Fry the first layer of vegetables a bit and chop them down to thumb size or smaller pieces.
Cook hot enough so that you cook off some of the water which concentrates the flavour.
Skip the meat. If you're adding potato as a thickener chop into tiny pieces first.

Home made is much more flavourful than industrially produced stuff which goes through various processes and loses so much nutritional value along the way.
#12
good deal
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dunno
UnclePotter
Try making a batch of homemade soup,much nicer .

You got a recipe, bro?

My recipe for spicy(or non spicy if you prefer,then leave out the spice rub)

I butternut squash ,just trim top and bottom stalk off,cut in half and scoop seeds out(no need to peel it),cut into big chucks and place in bowl and then mix a little spice rub.(paprika,cumin,ground coriander,a little chilli powder,or really anything that you like.)Roast it in the oven till soft,about 30 minutes
While that is cooking get a large saucepan on the stove and chop up into small dice,carrots,swede,celery,leek or onions,about 3 big cloves of garlic and then add about 3 pints of water with a couple of chicken stock cubes(or vege ones if you prefer)Bring it all to the boil and simmer till softened,then chuck in the butternut squash and either blitz with one of those cheap stick blenders or just mash everything up into the stock.Add salt and pepper to your taste.Freeze what you don't use.
It sounds a bit complicated at first but after you have made some you will see how easy it is.The hardest part is chopping the veg tbh

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