Americans use canned soups to make one of their favorite dishes. And surely some canned soups taste better than others.
While canned tomato soup may pour right into your pot, you may find that some soups with longer ingredient lists are more prone to being "gloopy.''
Despite appearances, you don't have to avoid your favorite chunky soup line. So, a simple approach can make thick canned soup great.
The secret to enhancing the quality of thick canned soups is to dilute them. This may seem contradictory when making a can of soup that is intended to be thick.
And, Bon Appetit advises that reducing the thickness of your soup will reduce its sodium content and prevent its clumpy consistency.
To dilute soup from a can, Bon Appetit suggests adding more water to the pot while cooking it on the stove.
The site also mentioned that you might substitute low-sodium stock for the water. You can make your supper less bulky and smoother by adding one of these extra drinks.
If you truly want to add flavor to your canned food, the outlet recommends adding coconut milk or cream to your thick soups.
If you prefer spice over sugar, Taste of Home suggests adding some extra flavor to give your canned dish a kick.
After you've thinned your soup and added the finishing touches, you'll be able to relieve your stress and warm your heart with a bowl of this classic dish.