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Morphy Richards 48822 1.6L Soup Maker for £39.99 (with code) delivered at Morphy Richards
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Morphy Richards 48822 1.6L Soup Maker for £39.99 (with code) delivered at Morphy Richards

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The Morphy Richards 48822 Soup Maker is the quick and easy way to make homemade soup to your liking.








Make to your own personal taste and consistency. The Soup Maker from





Morphy Richards is quick and easy to use. The Smooth programme blends





and gently cooks soup in just 21 minutes, while the Chunky programme





cooks wholesome soup with a thicker consistency in 28 minutes. If your





soup is a little too chunky for your liking, just press the Blend button





until the texture of the soup is to your taste.








The 1.6 litre capacity is perfect for family meals or prepping your lunch for the week.
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SirazBhai20/04/2020 19:56

Buy tinned soup. Chuck it in a bowl. Chuck it in the microwave. Bobs your …Buy tinned soup. Chuck it in a bowl. Chuck it in the microwave. Bobs your uncle


My uncles name is Tom
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Buy canned soup. Chuck it in a bowl. Chuck it in the microwave. Bobs your uncle
Edited by: "SirazBhai" 20th Apr
SirazBhai20/04/2020 19:56

Buy tinned soup. Chuck it in a bowl. Chuck it in the microwave. Bobs your …Buy tinned soup. Chuck it in a bowl. Chuck it in the microwave. Bobs your uncle


My uncles name is Tom
He has a wife you know...
B&M...20 odd quid..
These are great while they work, but there is an issue where they stop running the blend cycle and cutting out. I’ve had 3 devices all having the same problem after minimal usage.
Mine lasted 13 months only used it about 12 times and Morphy Richard's said they would sell me another after I complained. It had burn Mark's on the base inside that could not be cleaned off.
Many post about burning marks.
These are a waste of money vs. pressure cookers. Yes Ninjas and Instapots cost more, but you GET a lot more. These don't last long and even when they do work are really limited. Unless you like a lot of very basic soup these are pretty mince, whereas a proper pressure/slow cooker will make you proper soup time and time again a lot faster and tastier.

The blend function is also rubbish, proper stick blenders do a far better job.
smckirdy21/04/2020 10:08

These are a waste of money vs. pressure cookers. Yes Ninjas and Instapots …These are a waste of money vs. pressure cookers. Yes Ninjas and Instapots cost more, but you GET a lot more. These don't last long and even when they do work are really limited. Unless you like a lot of very basic soup these are pretty mince, whereas a proper pressure/slow cooker will make you proper soup time and time again a lot faster and tastier.The blend function is also rubbish, proper stick blenders do a far better job.


I've got one of these a d they're spot on. It makes me soup in 21 mins, how much 'alot fast' do you need???
Willma21/04/2020 16:04

I've got one of these a d they're spot on. It makes me soup in 21 mins, …I've got one of these a d they're spot on. It makes me soup in 21 mins, how much 'alot fast' do you need???



Not to impune your taste in soup, but the only soup that I ever managed in that kind of time in one of these machines was tomato with shop bought powdered stock and it wasn't good. More importantly all the recipes need adjusted, there is no way to cook root vegetables properly in 21 minutes in one of these. A pressure cooker though can cook soup as if it had hours of cook time in 20 minutes. More importantly you can also make your own stock in them, I make stock all the time in the pressure cooker and they are massively better and healthier without all the salt.
Thanks OP. Just what I was looking for
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