I love Indian food, especially when I want to feel full on a vegetarian diet.
Amy’s Indian Dal Golden Lentil soup was flavorful and filling. It made me feel like I was dining at an Indian restaurant.
I could taste the ginger and garlic flavors in the mildly spiced soup made with red lentils and yellow split peas. It reminded me in consistency of my mom’s green split pea soup recipe.
The golden lentil soup recipe also includes carrots, shallots and tomato puree. It’s made with organic ingredients.
For one serving, which is one cup, the soup has 220 calories and 9 grams of fat. I like the fact it has 7 grams of fiber, only 3 grams of sugar and 9 grams of protein. Foods high in fiber tend to help me lose weight.
The soup is also high in vitamins A, C as well as iron and calcium. It has 680 mg of sodium.
I like to pair the golden lentil soup with Mary’s Gone Crackers or the Wheat Thins Flatbread flavored with sun dried tomatoes and garlic.
I love lentil soup in the fall and winter when I’m in the mood for a stick-to-your-bones kind of soup. The soup is rich and creamy with no genetically modified ingredients.
The vegan soup also has no MSG, preservatives or trans fats.
I found the entire line of Amy’s Kitchen soups, including this one, at Whole Foods Market.
The can of soup has an orange label.
For my review of the golden lentil soup, I give it a thumbs up.
Source: product packaging
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