Thread Number: 75833  /  Tag: Recipes, Cooking Accessories
Auto Soup Cooker.. I couldn't let it sit there
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Post# 996684   6/9/2018 at 19:41 by petek (Ontari ari ari O )        

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Whilst I was haunting Value Village today looking for old typewriters I spotted this oddity on a shelf. I've never seen one of them before now and it was just too gadgety for me to leave it there. I had to do some googling to read up on them and also because it didn't come with a cookbook or instrx.. It's basically a cooking vessel with a blender type shaft in the lid . Two cooking modes for soup,,, smooth and chunky , and two blender modes with no heat.
Since we didn't have many veggies left I scooted to the grocery and picked up some carrots and mini potatoes.

Tossed some of each in along with a chopped onion, frozen corn and peas and some salt and pepper and veggie stock , pushed the button for smooth soup.. and away she went. It's a 26 minute program.. It boils very quickly and at the reminaing 10 minutes does one 20 second blend, then another at the 7 minute remaining mark,, and then during the last 3 minutes it cycles on and off and shuts down.. I must say the soup is very very smooth .

The mixer blade isn't sharp at all which lessens the danger of cutting yourself removing or cleaning it. I made a video but it hasn't uploaded so here's someone elses.


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Post# 996722 , Reply# 1   6/10/2018 at 08:41 by Frigilux (The Minnesota Prairie)        

Cool! I've never seen one of these. Now that my kitchen gadgetry has been reduced to a food processor and a mixer, it's fun to see things like the soup maker in an AW kitchen. Are you going to try the chunky setting?

Post# 996747 , Reply# 2   6/10/2018 at 13:46 by petek (Ontari ari ari O )        

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I'm making some Leek and Potato soup this time.. It seems these machines under the Morphy Richards brand in the UK are or were very popular. Almost every video on them is from the UK.




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