Made with brown butter and sage.
Categories: Seasonal, Soup.
JulieW – November 6, 2017:
I was really looking forward to trying this bisque. TJ employees raved about it. However, stay away, do not buy. It had a terrible plastic chemical smell when warming up on stove and the taste was even worse. It was within date so I know it hadn’t gone bad. But the smell and taste were so chemical that I think a recall is in order. Sorry TJs, but this is a big miss!
Liz Gray – October 16, 2018:
Absolutely delicious! I look forward to this every year. The soup is creamy, and does not have any gluten or corn! A great fall soup, taste great if you add pumpkin seeds! This is way better than a the box soup!
jemila – October 22, 2018:
I would suggest to anyone who gets a really bad hit on a product, like the ‘chemical smell/taste’ above — take it back, say you’d like to trade for another, in case that one (or that batch?) may have been bad for some reason.
My experience – tasted pretty good. No chemical smell/taste! But actually I used it to tone down the Thai -style carrot-sweet potato soup which was too spicy for me. Worked just right.
Sierra Minder – October 24, 2019:
I love TJs refrigerator soups. This was terrible. Worst I’ve ever had. Tempted to return it. That bad. Very bland, and a weird taste.
Jessica – November 6, 2019:
I guess I should have realized when the first ingredient was water that this wasn’t going to be as “bisque” as I had hoped. Tried reducing it down on the stove top and that just intensified the sweetness which was already a bit too sweet. Tried adding butter to make it richer and that helped a little but what helped the most was adding bread to the bottom, drizzling balsamic on top, and some pepitas. Won’t be getting this again unless I want to drink something sweet.
Not that bad