Amy’s Indian Dal Golden Lentil Soup Review

Amy's Indian Dal Golden Lentil Soup

Obviously, canned soup doesn’t qualify as a¬†frozen meal. While you could technically stick a can of soup in your freezer, we advise against it. That said, we’re big fans of Amy’s Kitchen, and we were curious about their soup line, so we decided to check some out and report back to our readers.

Amy’s Indian Dal Golden Lentil Soup didn’t blow us away, but it’s a decent and filling meal.

As you can see in the image below, this soup is thoroughly pureed. If you’re hoping for chunks of lentil or tomato, you’re going to be disappointed. This dal is so well-blended that you could drink it through a straw. We know that dal is traditionally creamy, but we would have definitely appreciated it if there were some solid ingredients in this dish.

Amy's Indian Dal Golden Lentil Soup

Unfortunately, the texture isn’t the only bland thing about this soup; it’s also lacking in flavor. According to the label, this soup includes ginger and garlic, but we couldn’t really taste them. If this were a little bit spicier, it would be a lot more appealing.

If you were to add some seasoning to the soup or serve it with a chunk of bread, you’d probably have a pretty great meal. As is, however, it’s only okay. This soup is definitely filling — and it contains plenty of healthy, natural ingredients — but it failed to sell us on Amy’s soup line.

For more information about this dish’s ingredients and nutritional content, check out our label scans below.

Amy's Indian Dal Golden Lentil Soup

Amy's Indian Dal Golden Lentil Soup