Fabulous Foodie Angela Patricot was sent Tideford Soups new winter range to review in time for the festive season.
Tideford Soups, with a good range of flavours of offer, are an easy way to achieve your 5 or 7-a-day whilst packing in great flavour.
The Winter Beetroot with Curly Kale is a vibrant and enticing red but sadly I found the texture too watery. I think making it thicker would make it more suitable and enjoyable for winter. At the moment, and despite its name, it’s better suited as a summer soup. The curly kale adds specks of green to the soup and a nice peppery taste, which is warming and lovely.
On the other hand though, the Red Lentil with apricots and crushed chillies is perfect for winter. Warming, deep in flavour with just the right amount of kick from the chilli. However, of the aforementioned apricots there was little sign.
The sweet potato soup with chia seeds & quinoa is delicious and of the three my clear favourite. The sweetness of the potato is beautifully offset by the nuttiness of the quinoa, and the chia seeds provide texture to a rich, smooth soup.
With Tideford organic soups you know you are getting ingredients prepared with care. I’m impressed that you can find gluten/wheat/dairy free products with low fat/sugar/salt and such a great taste in the market. I’ll defintely be coming back for more whatever the season!
For further information on the range of Tideford Organics new winter soups visit www.tidefordorganics.com