ALONE: (2 scoops)
Green Curry: 5+
Coconut Curry: 4.5
Good, enjoyed the sweetness, but felt like it could use more “body” or heat to be fantastic.
Indian Curry: 3
HOT!!. I couldn’t really taste much outside of the chili peppers. I really wanted to like it, I could taste hints of other flavors from time to time, but the chili heat kept overpowering everything.
Mexican Chili: 3
Okay, but boring. I know Huel is plant based but the whole time all I could think was “this chili is missing the meat”.
Tomato & Herb: 1
Blech. Might be good if you’re into savory tomato-y soups, but definitely not for me. Acidic taste, couldn’t eat more than a scoop’s worth.
Sweet & Sour: 1
Tastes like someone poured a jar of store-brand Sweet & Sour sauce into a batch and called it a day. Too sweet that clashes with “herbiness”.
COMBOS: (1 scoop + 1 scoop)
Green Curry + Indian Curry: 4.5
Delicious hints of the green curry with some added heat. My only regret is using the green, it’s so well-balanced by itself. The spiciness is still a bit overpowering.
Green Curry + Coconut Curry: 5
They compliment each other unexpectedly well. Full-bodied green with some sweetness.
Indian Curry + Coconut Curry: 4
Sweet and spice and spice. The heat from the Indian curry hides all hut a hint of the coconut curry’s sweetness. Still good, but better separated.
Indian Curry + Mexican Chili: 4
Heat makes the meatless chili a bit more interesting, but the chili still feels like it’s missing something. I ate a lot more of the Mexican Chili in this combo than I would have by itself.
Mexican Chili + Tomato & Herb: 1
Not for me. Extra tomato-ish boring chili.
Mexican Chili + Sweet & Sour: 1
Tomato & Herb + Sweet & Sour: 0
One spoonfull, down the drain. Awful.