Austintacious Tortilla Soup. I've tried about half or more of their offerings and keep coming back to this one. Surprisingly filling for a soup, but doesn't leave you stuffed.
FWIW my go to meal is cheaper and homemade. I just doctor up ramen (occasionally fancy baked ramen, not the cheapo fried stuff, or rice (want to try dehydrating cooked short grain brown rice), or a blend of ramen and a small bit of instant taters). I like to carry some fresh garlic and a bell pepper, and maybe some scallions, celery or whatever is in the fridge. Fire up the stove, add a dollop of olive oil (or a ketchup type packet if you can find them), slice or just scratch the garlic clove so the flavor comes out, slice tiny pieces of pepper in so they cook in seconds--no cutting board just cut knife against your thumb (or get really gross and bite and spit pieces into the pot). Once the veggies start to soften after a minute or two, add spices and cook a few seconds, add 12 oz of water, maybe some dehydrated veggies, then the ramen (minus the flavor pack or very little of it), a protein like chicken, TVP, or tuna if you want (not necessary unless you're really hungry), cover and cook til water is mostly gone or starting to boil, then slide a circle of reflectix around the pot and maybe throw something puffy on top. 10-20 min later you have a killer meal. People are seriously jealous when they smell fresh garlic and veggies. You can do all kinds of variations like curry, cajun, pesto, thai, southwestern, ranch. Maybe throw some fritos, potato chips, peanuts, basil, parsley or whatever on top. 3 or 4 drops of liquid soap from a dropper bottle afterward and a swirl of water, rub with fingers and rinse, and you are done. I fine it nearly zero effort over a freezer bag meal and can be done on any type of stove/fuel.