Cup O' Soup Never Tasted So Good10:13 am
But the options for instant soups are limited – can of
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1. Pour soup mix into cup.
2. Pour 200 ml of hot water into cup.
3. Let sit for one minute (it should, therefore, be called 1 Minut Stop)
As for the flavours, you might not know them by their Polish names, but you can tell what they are by the colour photographs on the front of the package.
My personal favourite is Ogorkowa, which is lemon dill and I swear, by the first sip, you will be convinced that it is fresh dill and lemon that you are experiencing.
There are cream of onion (Zupa Cebulowa) and chicken (Krem z Kury), which are not creamy or heavy in the least. There are also tomato and chicken noodles, for those of you wanting a more traditional cup o’ soup. And don’t forget white and red borscht! These soups even have delicate croutons that somehow never get soggy and remain crunchy throughout the entire cup.
And get ready – they are only 49 -65 cents a package, depending upon where you shop! So never listen when someone says there is no free lunch. This is pretty damn close.