MAS SOUP SARAP Instant Soup
Enhances the Meal
As a homemaker, you want to give only the best, the freshest, and the most nutritious meals to your family. There are times, however, when the schedule gets harried and you prepare the easiest and the fastest thing that you can get your hands on. Sometimes, you resort to canned food and rice just to address the hunger but you end up with a rather “dry” meal.
And that does not set well with my little daughter who prefers soup or a saucy viand with every meal. It helps her to swallow her food faster and that aids her to eat more of her food or even finish everything I prepare for her at a very fast pace. If not, she just chews and chews on her food endlessly, sometimes spitting them out eventually.
In this instance, she has rice, luncheon meat, and banana — all very dry foods. She needs soup and the MAS SOUP SARAP Instant Soup came in handy. I just mixed it with hot water and voila! Instant soup for someone who likes soups very much. And since she likes mushrooms so much, too, I opened a can of pre-sliced mushrooms, drained some, and added them to the soup. It was a hit for this little girl.
MAS SOUP SARAP Instant Soup
MAS SOUP SARAP Instant Soup is the only instant soup available in the market today and it has three exciting flavors to choose from– Chicken & Corn, Seafood, and Mushroom. You can serve it for breakfast as your morning’s warm liquid, as a side dish for your meal, or even tossed with pasta. It’s convenient because you can just add hot water and you get the soup that you want.
You can also serve it with toast or topped with croutons.
Another way you can enjoy it is to add egg. You can beat an egg, add it in the soup that was already diluted in hot water, and heat in the microwave oven for a minute.
MAS SOUP SARAP Instant Soup Variants
- Chicken & Corn
MAS SOUP SARAP tastes okay and my daughter likes the two kinds–the Chicken and Corn and the Mushroom flavors. I like all 3. Just make sure that you put in boiling water, because that “cooks” the starch content of the soup and makes it creamy. That’s my mistake the first time I prepared it–the water was not very hot and although it tasted good, you can feel the powdery texture and the soup is not thick. The second time I prepared the soup, the hot water in our thermos was not hot enough again so I popped the bowl in the microwave oven for about 45 seconds and when I took it out, the soup was piping hot and really creamy, telling me that the starch or the thickener was cooked through. It has a much nicer texture when it’s creamy.
MAS SOUP SARAP is available in 7-Eleven stores, Super 8, Ultra Mega, San Roque Supermarket, AFPCES, Waltermart, and Robinsons Supermarkets nationwide at only P8.oo per pack (SRP). For more information, log on to www.masfoods.com.ph