Microwavable, in the container soup. The specimen today is Progresso Minestrone. Which is a Betty Crocker product.
Serving size is 15.x ounces, of which 14.x ounces is broth/water, so it’s not all that filling. This isn’t a Chunky soup, so maybe my view is a little skewed. If this is all you have you’ll still be hungry.
Would I eat this again? If I had too, it’s not my favorite. But I’d certainly eat it before I’d skip it. I would willingly try other flavors in the future though. This small thing of soup contains 930mg of Sodium, which seems like a lot to me.
Progresso Minestrone Soup
(1-10) with 10 being the best.
|Portion Size||6||Overall a decent portion size. But could be a little better.|
|Portability||9||Fits fairly well in a small soft sided thermal lunch box. You still have room for snacks and what-not. Nice and compact.|
|Cookability||9||The time indicated on the box is spot on. 2 Minutes to soup.|
|Preparation||9||Drop dead simple, pull the lid off, open the can, replace lid. Zap. Lid keeps the stuff from blowing up in the Microwave.|
|Food Quality |
|6||I realize taste is subjective, and if you didn’t like Minestrone you wouldn’t buy this. For me the taste was simply OK.|
|Over ALL Score||42||out of a possible 50 isn’t just barely tolerable.|