A TASTY soup is just the ticket at this time of year.
Cheap, healthy and quick to make, it’s the wonder food that is easy to take for granted.
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TASTE THE WORLD: Travel without leaving your kitchen table by sampling soups from round the world.
Tesco Finest soups, 600g, are £2.75, or Clubcard holders can get two for £4 on selected varieties, including Moroccan Inspired Chicken.
CRUNCH TIME: Add some tasty homemade croutons to take your soup to the next level.
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Just cut some bread into cubes, mix with garlic, oil and herbs and cook in the oven for around ten minutes.
You can keep them in an air-tight container for up to two weeks.
LUNCH FOR LESS: Sainsbury’s has Baxters Favourites for £1, saving 60p, with flavours including Scotch broth and French onion.
At Asda, you can get New Covent Garden soups for £1.50, down from £1.99, with flavours including vegetable, spiced butternut and classic chicken.
SOUPER IDEAS: With a stock cube and a few wilting vegetables, a tasty homemade lunch is just a few minutes away.
Homemade leek and potato soup, or pea and mint, or even a simple minestrone will bowl over the family and stop food going in the bin.
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HAS TO BE HEINZ: If you’re a label-lover, head to Morrisons where you can get four 400g tins of Heinz soups, including the much-loved Cream of Tomato, for £4.
They’re £1.45 each, so you’ll be saving a tasty £1.80.
SIMPLY TOPPING: Take your lunch from good to great with a tasty soup topper.
Pile on fried onions, chopped herbs or toasted nuts.
Grate over cheddar, Parmesan or any cheese you fancy, or add a dollop of pesto or cream.
- All prices on page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.
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