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Amy's Kitchen - Vegetable Korma & Lentil Vegetable Soup

Regular followers will know that between the beauty reviews I throw in the occasional Free From food review/purchase, so this latest post should not surprise you!

As you know I have had a cold so I have been lazy at meal times. When I get sick I can't bear the thought of slaving over the cooker. I purchased from Holland & Barratt Amy's Kitchen Indian Vegetable Korma (link) which is a frozen ready meal. It is Vegan and Kosher plus free from Dairy, Gluten, Lactose, Tree Nuts and Soy. Ready meals never look that appealing when cooked but this was not too bad it did bear some resemblance to the picture on the box. So what did I think? I really enjoyed my dinner it was mild in spices (which I like) lots of chunky recognisable vegetables and overall had a good flavour.

I also purchased (from Waitrose £1.45) Amy’s Kitchen soup (link).  I opted for Lentil Vegetable from the choices available.  It is a hearty thick soup which is what I prefer.  I like a soup that fills up my tummy.  The flavour was good. It could benefit from a little more seasoning but that may be down to my taste buds being affected by my cold.  

This soup is Vegan and Low Fat as well as being free from Dairy, Gluten, Lactose, Tree Nuts and Soy. I do prefer to cook my own soups but the tin varieties do offer convenience. There are very few dairy free soups in the supermarkets so it is nice to discover Amy’s Kitchen Soups. 

I mainly pick up Amy’s Kitchen products in Holland & Barratt. If you are lucky your local Sainsbury's may stock some of the frozen foods. However the variety at Holland & Barratt is better because my Sainsbury's does not stock the Vegan items only the Vegetarian ones that are loaded with cheese (I am allergic to milk). 

Has anyone else tried Amy's Kitchen products? What did you think? I also love their Bean Burritos (link).


  1. Looks really tasty! I love heat and eat meals, so convenient :)

  2. @Su I certainly enjoyed them especially the curry, I will be re-purchasing like you say sometimes you just need convenient food!

  3. I LOVE their Mutter Paneer dinner. I found them at a store near me for only $3.50, and they're so great to keep around for those nights you just don't have time to cook anything.

  4. @Mary - the Mutter Paneer is available in UK, I wish I could try it but it's not dairy free :(

  5. That soup looks absolutely delicious!

  6. I heard about these from American YouTubers and had no idea they sold them in the UK! I might try one of their ready meals x

    1. You have to do a bit of shopping around between Sainsbury, Holland & Barratt & Waitrose but I am seeing more and more of the range become available.