Rustic Vegetable with Buckwheat
with Basil & Hemp
Thai Chilli Kale
Peas & Quinoa
Lentil & Spinach
with Kelp Noodles
Lentil & Spinach
(Our most popular soup!)
Wholesome, hearty vegetables and protein-rich pulses,
gently cooked with coconut and lemongrass,
finished with a warming hint of Indian spices.
All our Soulful Soups are reassuringly handmade,
in small batches, in our own kitchen.
A great natural source of: Complex Carbs, Fibre, Iron, Protein
• 600g (Serves 2)
• 384 cals per 300g serving
• Dairy Free
• Gluten Free
• 1 of your 5 a day
Good ol’ butternut squash is a member of the gourd family (like Uncle Pumpkin). It originated in South American and was eaten by Mexicans as early as 5000BC.
With its healthy dose of dietary fibre (definitely a heart-friendly choice) plus potassium, immune-boosting vitamin B6 and loads of antioxidants... well, it's easy to see why we love it so! #ButternutSquashisBrilliant
Cartoon character Popeye is the world's most famous spinach eater and it is often assumed to be due to the iron content.
But in a very early appearance in a 1932 comic strip, he said it was actually because it's a great source of vitamin A.
As he put it "Spinach is full of vitamin A an' tha's what makes hoomans strong an' helty"!
Lentils (like beans and peas) are pulses. They are a low-fat source of protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals, and they even count towards your recommended five daily portions of fruit and veg.
Lentils were one of the first crops cultivated by man, originally in the Middle East. Archaeological sites reveal seeds dating back to 10,000BC! During the Bronze Age, their cultivation spread across Europe. The ancient Greeks in particular were lentil lovers, especially in their soups and bread.
MICROWAVE (850W Cat.E): Remove lid and rest it loosely on top. Heat for 5 minutes on full power, stirring halfway through. Allow to stand for 1 minute.
HOB: Empty contents into a saucepan. Warm on a medium heat, stirring occasionally, until piping hot.
GUIDELINES ONLY. ALWAYS CHECK CONTENTS ARE PIPING HOT BEFORE SERVING.
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Per ½ Pot
Water, Flaked Coconut, Onions, Spinach, Chickpeas, Potato, Butternut Squash, Yellow Split Peas, Green Lentils, Ginger, Garlic, Red Chilli, Organic Vegetable Stock [Sea Salt, Yeast Extract, Rice Flour, Onions, Celery, Carrot, Parsley, Turmeric], Salt, Coriander, Turmeric, Lemongrass, Pepper, Mustard Seeds, Cardamom.
Allergens (in underlined bold above): Celery, Mustard, Sulphites (trace in flaked coconut).
Made in a kitchen that also handles: Milk, Fish, Soya, Crustaceans, Molluscs, Sesame, Peanuts & Other Nuts, Eggs.