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Friday, May 10, 2013

Arizona Sunset Enchilada Soup Mix from @FrontierSoups {product review}

Frontier Soups {product review} Arizona Sunset Enchilada Soup Mix |
I have 88 soup recipes in my index.  While that is a good amount, when I went to count, I thought I'd have more.  Because we eat a lot of soup in this house.  But then I realized that the majority of the soups we eat either a) is something I've already blogged about and is a favorite, therefore gets made quite often *cough...tortilla soup...cough* or b) is something I've just thrown together without measuring or writing down.  I mean, refrigerator soup or pantry soup is definitely a regular occurrence.

That being said, 88 isn't too shabby.  So yes, I am a soup addict, in case you didn't already know.

Recently I had the opportunity to try a new soup mix from a great line of all-natural, healthy mixes from Frontier Soups.  The mix I tried is their featured mix for the month, Arizona Sunset Enchilada Soup Mix.  Contained in their fun little package is a combination of dehydrated navy beans, sweet potato, onion, red and green bell pepper, corn, masa (corn flour), chili powder, and epazote.  There is no added salt, preservatives or MSG, and the mix is gluten-free.
Frontier Soups {product review} Arizona Sunset Enchilada Soup Mix |
You can whip up a delicious pot of soup in 30 minutes by adding chicken broth, cooked chicken, salsa verde , shredded cheese, and a bit of sour cream to serve, if you like.  I do like.  What do I love about this mix from Frontier Soups?  Where do I start!?  First and foremost are the all-natural ingredients which I can count on my fingers and see clearly through their transparent packaging.  But the ease with which I can whip up a batch of flavorful soup comes in a very close second.

Now is a great time for you to give this mix a try, as well, as Frontier Soups is featuring it this month and has it on sale.

But this isn't my first experience with Frontier Soups.  You may remember that Whole Grains sampling box I shared a while back?  Well, it contained a package of Frontier Soups Montana High Plains Wheat Berry Chili mix which I absolutely, positively devoured!  I made it with ground turkey, but there is also a vegetarian option.  And I was extremely excited to see packages of this mix in a local store recently.  Needless to say I have a package or two sitting in my pantry "as we speak".
Frontier Soups {product review} Wheat Berry Chili Soup Mix |
If you check out the Frontier Soups website, you'll find many vegetarian, whole grain, hearty, and even gluten-free options. I know I have a bunch in mind for my next order!

I received a free package of Frontier Soups Arizona Sunset Enchilada Soup Mix.  I was under no obligation to give a positive review, and I received no compensation for this post.  All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.