Morphy Richards 48822 Soup Maker £39.99 @ Amazon
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Morphy Richards 48822 Soup Maker £39.99 @ Amazon

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Found 17th Apr
This soup maker is an "Amazon Choice" and has a lot of great reviews. It heats and blends ingredients while you get on with other things. The blending function doesn't have to be used if you prefer chunky soup.

It's supplied with some recipes but at its simplest, put in chopped veg up to the minimum line, add stock and water up to the maximum line, turn it on and leave it to do its thing for about 20-30 minutes, depending on whether you use the smooth (blender function) or chunky soup option. If you want, you can use the blending function separately at the end to get the soup exactly right for you. Then just serve up.

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I had one of these. Makes good soup but cleaning it made the convenience of the machine not worth it. Was pleased when it went wrong and spent the refund on a hand blender instead which takes much less space, does the same job (in conjunction with a saucepan), takes less storage space and has multiple uses.
I found that the vegetables in lots of soups burnt the bottom of this soup maker and, as above, cleaning it is a pain. Gathering dust in the cupboard now.
We use ours every week. They only become hard to clean when veg gets stuck under the blades and gets burnt on. Make sure the veg is cut into small enough chunks and wipe round the inside and blades with a bit of oil before making soup. They are the same price in Asda at the moment and usually this price, if not cheaper, on the Morphy Richards main website and on the MR eBay outlet.
aurora1 h, 20 m ago

We use ours every week. They only become hard to clean when veg gets stuck …We use ours every week. They only become hard to clean when veg gets stuck under the blades and gets burnt on. Make sure the veg is cut into small enough chunks and wipe round the inside and blades with a bit of oil before making soup.


No such issues / faff with a saucepan and hand blender
I agree, but have to say that my OH makes soup to take for lunch each week and for years he used to spend ages on Sunday afternoon or night making varients of veggie soup in a big pan. Now he makes it in 20 mins on Sunday night and a second lot on Thursday if need be. He took a while to be convinced about a soup maker but loves it now. The brownie maker is at the back of the cupboard however.
My Mum's been using this for the last year, swears by it and makes soup every week with it. Very good price.
Reminds me of that book I read last week, 'the lion, the witch and the cupboard full of stuff I didn't need that I only used once'.
SuffolkLad22211 h, 28 m ago

I had one of these. Makes good soup but cleaning it made the convenience …I had one of these. Makes good soup but cleaning it made the convenience of the machine not worth it. Was pleased when it went wrong and spent the refund on a hand blender instead which takes much less space, does the same job (in conjunction with a saucepan), takes less storage space and has multiple uses.


Agree. Same here!
I believe the latest one has a non stick coating around the base and side up to the blades.
supermann2 h, 7 m ago

Reminds me of that book I read last week, 'the lion, the witch and the …Reminds me of that book I read last week, 'the lion, the witch and the cupboard full of stuff I didn't need that I only used once'.



And a specially bought cupbaord sourced from a HUKD.
Mine stopped working after about 4 years... Wonder whether I get get another one...
If it gets more veg down your belly then in my opinion it's worth every penny. Healthy living
Would also add that there are hundreds of free Soup Maker recipes on the web. The instruction booklet only has about 4 or 5, which is a bit pathetic really, but there are loads out there on the net, plus The Works usually have a couple of books in their shops.
We have the saute version of this and use it all the time. I just brown off the onions and chuck in whatever veg is in the fridge and 20 minutes later its lunch time. Rinse it out straight after though
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