Smart Soup Review
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You all know how much I love to cook.  Scratch cooking is the way you can control costs, and the types of ingredients that many store-bought products contain.

But lets face it, we are all faced with obligations throughout the day that prohibit us from going gourmet in the kitchen.

I was provided the opportunity to review some healthy gluten free soups.  After reviewing the ingredient list, I knew I had to give them a try.

Smart Soup_0082Their worldly varieties will send you to places such as France, Vietnam, Mexico and Thailand just to name a few.

When my Smart Soups arrived in the mail, I immediately tried the French Lentil Soup.

Smart Soup_9862The flavors are rich, delicious and stand alone.  Then I decided to have France meet Portugal meets Greece so I added some Portuguese sausage to the lentil soup with a dollop of Greek Yogurt.  The layers of flavors were just popping.  Simple add-on ingredients and these frozen delights were taken to the next level.

For the Santa Fe Corn Chowder, I added, shredded Colby Jack Cheese, chopped cilantro and a fresh tomato salsa.

Smart Soup_0067The last one I tried was the Thai Coconut Curry Soup.  It’s bodacious, impressive and will have you thinking you are at a fine dining establishment.  With such bold flavors, it’s not necessary to have any add-on’s, however, try some medium-sized shrimp, seasoned with salt and pepper and sautéed in butter, a handful of Thai basil, some cilantro and chopped green onions.  A lime and some hot sauce complete this dish.

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You can microwave them for convenience or use the stove top when you want to add those extra layers of flavor.

These Smart Soups are by far the best store-bought soups I have tried.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

Marlene

 

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