It's often said, that no one can make chicken soup better than your own mother, but the reality of course is that if you really knew how your mother made it, you might be somewhat surprised.
Sure, there are moms who make it from scratch, but smart mothers have probably been passing Telma's chicken noodle soup as their own for years.
A rival to fellow Israeli Osem, Telma offer noodles with its packet soup, unlike its sibling competitor.
One box of soup which costs around 90p can serve up to 8 people, each box has two packets, making it ideal for both small and larger family gatherings.
And here's the secret that your mother probably never told you. She uses the packet, and then adds her own chicken pieces and maybe some carrot. Once you add those extra ingredients, it becomes home made and is hard to really tell, if there was any "help" given.
Throw in a few matzo balls and you've got an even better chicken noodle with matzo ball soup.
As good as anything you will also find in a kosher restaurant, Telma delivers a tasty soup.
Just don't tell your mother that you know the secret of her chicken soup.