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Salter 1.6 l soup maker £29.50 instore @ Sainsbury's
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Salter 1.6 l soup maker £29.50 instore @ Sainsbury's

£29.50£38.9924%Sainsbury's Deals
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Posted 23rd MarLocal
Now £29.50 in Sainsburys instore. Reduced from £50. Excellent reviews!

Features and Benefits

3 soup settings – Choose between smooth, chunky and blend to create your perfect soup or smoothie.
Ready in 20-30 minutes – At the press of a button the soup maker quickly gets to work to blend your ingredients.
Intelligent control system – Prevents overspill and dry burning so you can let it work with total confidence.
Auto-clean function – Makes the clean-up virtually non-existent.
Specifications

Capacity: 1.6L
Power: 1050W
Settings: 3
Overfill, overspill and dry burning protection
Auto-clean function
Dimensions: H36.5 x W21.5 x D21.5cm
Material: Stainless Steel
Colour: Black/Silver
What’s Included

Salter EK2613 Go Healthy Electric Soup Maker
Recipes and a quick start guide
Community Updates

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10 Comments
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Appreciate that it's a reduction in price but still expensive for what it is. Decent soup pot and a hand blender could be had for this price and have greater capacity.
Whammerhead23/03/2019 20:38

Appreciate that it's a reduction in price but still expensive for what it …Appreciate that it's a reduction in price but still expensive for what it is. Decent soup pot and a hand blender could be had for this price and have greater capacity.


But isn’t this a set it and leave type machine so you are paying for convenience?
mark.baker23/03/2019 20:41

But isn’t this a set it and leave type machine so you are paying for c …But isn’t this a set it and leave type machine so you are paying for convenience?


But when you're making soup don't you usually let it simmer away on a low heat for some time so that there is actually some flavour?
Whammerhead11 m ago

But when you're making soup don't you usually let it simmer away on a low …But when you're making soup don't you usually let it simmer away on a low heat for some time so that there is actually some flavour?


No idea mate. Mine was a question rather than a statement.
The great thing about a soup maker, as opposed to a pan and then using a blender is that you can leave it to get on with it. You don’t have to watch over it. They’re like a kettle with a blender inside. So, because they chop as they cook, it’s a lot quicker. 20 mins it’s ready. You can set it to smooth or chunky soup.
Would anyone know if this deal is nationwide?
QueenJanine885 m ago

Would anyone know if this deal is nationwide?


Yes it is. I have bought one in Somerset, my mother has bought one in Bristol and my auntie has bought one in Newcastle
See if u Had a time machine you could of bought one for 20 at RD.
And then do what I did. Return the piece of crap because there is no auto off and the base of the container burns everything. What a Load of crap this turned out to be. I initially said on another post how great it was. I made a great mistake. It's rubbish
Edited by: "mazabits" 23rd Mar
Ladybristol3 h, 29 m ago

The great thing about a soup maker, as opposed to a pan and then using a …The great thing about a soup maker, as opposed to a pan and then using a blender is that you can leave it to get on with it. You don’t have to watch over it. They’re like a kettle with a blender inside. So, because they chop as they cook, it’s a lot quicker. 20 mins it’s ready. You can set it to smooth or chunky soup.



It's taking an ill-advised shortcut. You still have to prep the veg etc anyway. If you're going to go to the trouble of making soup 20-30 minutes isn't going to make a decent one. You don't have to watch over it either because you let it simmer away lightly for at least an hour. Also the flavour is usually better once the soup has rested for at least a day IMHO.
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