Morphy Richards 501018 Soup Maker £37.99 @ Amazon
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Morphy Richards 501018 Soup Maker £37.99 @ Amazon

£37.99£39.995%Amazon Deals
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Found 9th Jan
Cheaper than the Currys deal posted a few days ago
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ELI5, but how does this make soup?
The world has gone too far this time....a soup maker?
themekfrommars43 m ago

The world has gone too far this time....a soup maker?


They’re actually incredibly useful. Just shove all your chopped veg in, push one button and you’re done. Only one thing to wash up. I have a Tefal soup maker I bought in Lakeland about 2 years ago, it’s been the most used “gadget” in the house, out of many. Don’t knock it til you’ve tried it, I bought one on a recommendation and really pleased we did.
adz191 h, 25 m ago

They’re actually incredibly useful. Just shove all your chopped veg in, p …They’re actually incredibly useful. Just shove all your chopped veg in, push one button and you’re done. Only one thing to wash up. I have a Tefal soup maker I bought in Lakeland about 2 years ago, it’s been the most used “gadget” in the house, out of many. Don’t knock it til you’ve tried it, I bought one on a recommendation and really pleased we did.


It only takes one pan to make soup. If you didn't have a hob and pan but did have mains electricity, then maybe this is useful.

It's a gimmick at worst, niche product at best.
We have this one. It is a niche product, simply because not everybody wants to eat soup regularly, but certainly not a waste of money. My OH takes homemade soup for lunch every day. Before buying this he would spend Sunday evening making a pan of soup to chill and freeze. This makes soup in 20 minutes and he considers it better than his pan made soup. He can quickly make soup fresh the night before work or even in the morning.

It's usually £40 including delivery on the eBay Morphy Richards store if you prefer to buy from there.

A good tip is to put a little oil in the bottom before starting - if the veg is too chunky it can sometimes get stuck at the bottom, get burnt on, then the machine will automatically cut out.

We use ours a lot. This machine makes four decent servings. You get a booklet with four or five recipes in, but there are hundreds on the internet. Haven't tried the smoothie function.
Edited by: "aurora" 9th Jan
Best gadget I've bought in ages. Makes enough soup for about five bowls and so simple to use. Chuck it all in, press a button and it's done in about 20 minutes. Easy to clean.
WhiteishNoise1 h, 39 m ago

It only takes one pan to make soup. If you didn't have a hob and pan but …It only takes one pan to make soup. If you didn't have a hob and pan but did have mains electricity, then maybe this is useful.It's a gimmick at worst, niche product at best.


I use mine weekly.
Not just a gimmick. Good product
adz1919 h, 24 m ago

They’re actually incredibly useful. Just shove all your chopped veg in, p …They’re actually incredibly useful. Just shove all your chopped veg in, push one button and you’re done. Only one thing to wash up. I have a Tefal soup maker I bought in Lakeland about 2 years ago, it’s been the most used “gadget” in the house, out of many. Don’t knock it til you’ve tried it, I bought one on a recommendation and really pleased we did.


So you have to chop everything first? I always thought they had a choppy thing built in, but its just a self stirring pan?

EDIT: Would a multi-use thing like this be more useful?
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Edited by: "tek-monkey" 10th Jan
Same price in JTF inc VAT
It does have a choppy thing in it. That's why you get soup not lumps of thick ve
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I let the Heinz family sort out my soup needs!
Actually made a carrot soup with a stock pot and carrots and it was delicious.
£39.98 now
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