Morphy Richards soup maker 48822 at Morrisons £39.99 - instore only
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Morphy Richards soup maker 48822 at Morrisons £39.99 - instore only

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Found 2nd Jan 2015
Morphy Richards soup maker at £20.00 off or £60.00 off if you buy it at Morphy Richards web site, but who would.

This is the cheapest I have ever seen these, not for everyone but then again what is?

Manufacturers blurb

Large 1.6 litre capacity, serving up to 6 people
Smooth and chunky soup settings
Makes soup in less than 25 minutes
Easy-clean design
Simple operation: chop your ingredients, add stock/water to the jug, add in your ingredients and select chunky or smooth soup setting
Includes:

Main unit
Stainless steel jug
Recipe book

23 Comments

Was looking for one of these. Is this instore at all stores? Where did you see the offer? Thanks.

These r brilliant

I second..these are brilliant.. the only appliance that does not gather dust

how do to these actually work?

That should be £60.00 more, just checked MR site retailing £99.99. Got me fired up for nothing, thanks for posting though. Didnt vote.

Gollywood

how do to these actually work?



They heat then blend your soup ingredients. You still need to prepare all the veg, stock etc and clean after. if you look on amazon you can read lots of reviews.

Can't find it in any stores.

I got one of these for Christmas I have found that it does not make the soup hot enough. You have to heat it in the microwave but apart from that works ok.

I bought one a couple of weeks ago from Tesco Direct, it cost more, £44.50 but I love it. I buy veg already chopped ( arthritis in hands, so already chopped veg is ideal for me) Put all of the veg, about 700g in the machine, add 1.7 litre of stock and turn on. In 21 minutes you have nice smooth soup. 28 minutes for chunky soup, but I haven't tired that one yet

kdb550

I got one of these for Christmas I have found that it does not make the … I got one of these for Christmas I have found that it does not make the soup hot enough. You have to heat it in the microwave but apart from that works ok.


My soup comes out boiling hot, maybe yours is faulted.

kdb550

I got one of these for Christmas I have found that it does not make the … I got one of these for Christmas I have found that it does not make the soup hot enough. You have to heat it in the microwave but apart from that works ok.



I've had this one for 2 years and it's always comes out piping hot.

got new from ebay for 10 plus 5 delivery . great machine

Amazing appliance. A kitchen must i would say .

Ever heard of a pot?

You can fill a cupboard much cheaper than this!

None in at Stamford or Corby stores.

Original Poster

Bought in Chelmsford, Essex store

I purchased the Lild Silvercrest variant about 3 weeks ago ..works ok when first used for cooking.
probs arise if you want to reheat the remnants of the soup left in the jug, you simply cannot do so as a safety sensor indicates there's moisture build up somewhere in the device and constantly beeps/nags if you try and use it.
Anyway returning to Lidl for a refund.
To be honest I think the Breville machine is not bad esp as practically all parts are dishwasher safe. I'd consider getting that

Purchased today but does anybody know where you can find recipes suitable for soup makers as there's only a handful in the instruction book. I've got a a great New Convent Garden soup book so may end up just chucking the ingredients from a recipe and see what comes out ;-)

greencode

Purchased today but does anybody know where you can find recipes suitable … Purchased today but does anybody know where you can find recipes suitable for soup makers as there's only a handful in the instruction book. I've got a a great New Convent Garden soup book so may end up just chucking the ingredients from a recipe and see what comes out ;-)


just plumped the Breville myself for the aforementioned reasons..

Original Poster

greencode

Purchased today but does anybody know where you can find recipes suitable … Purchased today but does anybody know where you can find recipes suitable for soup makers as there's only a handful in the instruction book. I've got a a great New Convent Garden soup book so may end up just chucking the ingredients from a recipe and see what comes out ;-)


Used our one today for the first time and simply put all the ingredients we would normally use into the soup maker, set it for smooth and away it went. Made lovely smooth soup.
We used onions, carrots and parsnips as well as a vegetable stock cube pre mixed in some boiling water. All the other ingredients went in chopped up, not particularly small, and it was as simple as that.
Hope that helps and I would suggest that you do not need any "special" recipes, just do what you normally would

I have a soup maker and use normal recipes. Just throw everything in and turn it on

Which stores are the soup makers available
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