A great soup for those cold winter days, would be any one of the Campbell’s soups. The Campbell’s company makes many different flavors of soups. The soup that I decided to try is a Campbell’s chunky soup; this is the kind of soup you don’t have to add water too. I picked up an 18.8 oz can of Campbell’s chunky savory pot roast soup at my local grocery store for around two dollars. The label on the can said that the soup contained lean meat and I could get a full serving of vegetables. This sounded good, so I purchased this can of soup and this is what I found out.
Campbell’s chunky savory pot roast soup offers many different benefits. The benefits being that per a serving this soup will offer a good source of protein, potassium, vitamin A and is low in fat. The can contains two servings, with each serving containing 120 in calories and only ten of those from fat. Campbell’s chunky savory pot roast soup contains the following ingredients, water, potatoes, carrots, seasoned beef( contains up to 10% of a solution of water, salt, sodium phosphate), tomato puree(water, tomato paste),green beans, modified food starch, contains less than 2% of wheat flour, high fructose corn syrup, dehydrated onions, salt, yeast extract, beef flavor, soy sauce (wheat, soybeans, salt, maltodextrin), hydrolyzed yeast, protein, spice, maltodextrin, beef fat, vegetable oil, caramel color, beef extract, flavoring, dextrose, celery, onions, sesame oil, beef tallow, glutamic acid, sugar, sodium phosphate and citric acid. Campbell’s chunky savory pot roast soup is made by the Campbell’s soup Company which is located in Camden, New Jersey. For more information on this soup or other Campbell soup products visit chunky.com.
After a long walk in the blustery cold winter’s air, I needed something to take the chill off. I reached for one of my many soup cans and pulled out a can of Campbell’s chunky savory pot roast soup. I like the chunky soups that Campbell’s offers, because you don’t need to add water, get more veggies and more meat. I heated the can of soup up in a small pan on my range. The soup came to a boil and I poured it quickly into a bowl. I took my first spoonful and was very pleased with the taste of beef. The soup contained big chunks of beef, potato, beans and carrots. The soup was very warming and filling at the same time. I enjoyed the strong taste of beef and tasted similar to a home cooked soup. After having this soup I would recommend this to anyone wanted a quality beef soup.