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Morphy Richards 501021 Compact Soup Maker - Stainless Steel For £34.99 @ Argos
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Morphy Richards 501021 Compact Soup Maker - Stainless Steel For £34.99 @ Argos

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reutunes12/01/2020 11:30

Seriously? How hard is it to make soup?


Even easier now, with the Morphy Richards compact soup maker ,model 501021. A snip at £34.99
Got ours when they first came out. Brilliant bit of kit and mess free. Made a batch of soup on Friday, took 2 mins prep and the maker did the rest and 20 mins later I had a lovely smooth potato and leek soup boiling hot and ready to eat.
Seriously? How hard is it to make soup?
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Seriously? How hard is it to make soup?
reutunes12/01/2020 11:30

Seriously? How hard is it to make soup?


Even easier now, with the Morphy Richards compact soup maker ,model 501021. A snip at £34.99
reutunes12/01/2020 11:30

Seriously? How hard is it to make soup?




I'm assuming you boil your water for hot drinks etc in a saucepan? Some proper Luddites on here...
Edited by: "bellboys" 12th Jan
Got ours when they first came out. Brilliant bit of kit and mess free. Made a batch of soup on Friday, took 2 mins prep and the maker did the rest and 20 mins later I had a lovely smooth potato and leek soup boiling hot and ready to eat.
Amazon have price matched (they usually do with Argos). Nice to have a choice.

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Brilliant got one of these
reutunes12/01/2020 11:30

Seriously? How hard is it to make soup?


Seriously, I have one and it's used every week. Love it. Heat added (that's to the post not the soup)
Bought one of these about a week back, just the bigger model, at Curry’s for £40. Have used it four times now and seriously impressed, hot smooth soup in around 20mins.Great bit of kit for the money and definitely not a gimmick. Voted hot!
reutunes12/01/2020 11:30

Seriously? How hard is it to make soup?


Can you make it in 20mins....?
hilly19112/01/2020 15:19

Bought one of these about a week back, just the bigger model, at Curry’s f …Bought one of these about a week back, just the bigger model, at Curry’s for £40. Have used it four times now and seriously impressed, hot smooth soup in around 20mins.Great bit of kit for the money and definitely not a gimmick. Voted hot!


Hi, I'm looking for one bigger than 1.6l do you have the model or link for the one you got pls? Cant find online. Cheers
Spitroast200612/01/2020 19:28

Hi, I'm looking for one bigger than 1.6l do you have the model or link for …Hi, I'm looking for one bigger than 1.6l do you have the model or link for the one you got pls? Cant find online. Cheers


Hi, link below to the one I purchased, currently £40 at Curry’s for the 1.6l rather than the compact 1l as listed above.

MORPHY RICHARDS 501028 Soup Maker - Stainless Steel
Patr10012/01/2020 17:54

Can you make it in 20mins....?


Probably less - throw everything in a saucepan, bring to boil and then spend 30 seconds with the hand blender.
reutunes12/01/2020 19:43

Probably less - throw everything in a saucepan, bring to boil and then …Probably less - throw everything in a saucepan, bring to boil and then spend 30 seconds with the hand blender.


What’s your favourite soup ?
Spitroast200612/01/2020 19:28

Hi, I'm looking for one bigger than 1.6l do you have the model or link … Hi, I'm looking for one bigger than 1.6l do you have the model or link for the one you got pls? Cant find online. Cheers


Amazon have a larger one on offer for £42 - morphy richards 1.6liters
reutunes12/01/2020 19:43

Probably less - throw everything in a saucepan, bring to boil and then …Probably less - throw everything in a saucepan, bring to boil and then spend 30 seconds with the hand blender.


When's your book of soup recipes coming out then?
Edited by: "Patr100" 12th Jan
I don't like single purpose kitchen appliances in general. But I do like my soup maker. It encourages me to use leftovers and produces perfect soup with zero supervision.
reutunes12/01/2020 19:43

Probably less - throw everything in a saucepan, bring to boil and then …Probably less - throw everything in a saucepan, bring to boil and then spend 30 seconds with the hand blender.




That reminds me, what happened to Jackanory?
Patr10012/01/2020 21:09

When's your book of soup recipes coming out then?




I'm suspecting it will be found in the fiction section.
wickedwelshwoman12/01/2020 20:01

Amazon have a larger one on offer for £42 - morphy richards 1.6liters




amazon.co.uk/Mor…8-1


Great deal. We have this one but with saute function (by no means obligatory). Works brilliantly. Can also be used as a blender/smoothie maker so basically 3 products in 1 and its not much bigger than our kettle. Our favourite soup is actually one of the easiest/cheapest to make - Carrot and Coriander. We can make 1.6l of this stuff for approx 80p including fuel costs. 1.6l is the equivalent of 4x Heinz soup cans (and unless you are doing something very wrong the quality/taste is in another league). These things can save you money pretty quickly if you love your soup.

To all the Luddites, yes of course you can replicate the actions of any 'gadget' by hand. I mean, you could wash all your clothes by hand, put them through a ringer and hang them all over your house. You could also cut your lawn with garden shears. You could boil your water for hot drinks in a saucepan. All depends on how much you value your time.
Edited by: "bellboys" 13th Jan
bellboys13/01/2020 11:02

To all the Luddites, yes of course you can replicate the actions of … To all the Luddites, yes of course you can replicate the actions of any 'gadget' by hand. I mean, you could wash all your clothes by hand, put them through a ringer and hang them all over your house. You could also cut your lawn with garden shears. You could boil your water for hot drinks in a saucepan. All depends on how much you value your time.


We usually get these sorts of posts on the Rice cooker threads, telling us how "easy" it is to make rice in a saucepan etc etc
Edited by: "Patr100" 13th Jan
Soup. Made easy! What's not to like? Heat. Thanks OP

Update: Arrived yesterday. Well made and makes roughly 3 full bowls of soup. Easy to clean and takes up very little space (bit smaller than a standard kettle). Impressed. Larger (1.6ltr) still on offer at Currys for £39.99 if you need a larger size - this one is 1ltr. Thanks again op
Edited by: "m120firestormer" 16th Jan
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