Soup makers

are they any good and which brand is the best. thank you

Chef_imagine4, Jan 17, 11:05 pm

I have a sheffield and find it very good.Have only made smooth soup so far.
pumpkin,vege,aspagaras and tomato. Am still experimenting.makes enough for 4

Chef_virea, Jan 18, 7:15 am

I have one - just a cheapie jug style, and use it at least twice a week. It's brilliant! Today I threw in a chopped onion, 2 cloves of garlic, olive oil, couple of diced carrots, 500g chopped pumpkin, curry paste, stock, salt, coconut milk and 25 minutes later had a beautiful spicy soup. I've also used my chunky setting for various vege soups and they all turn out fantastic. I still make them the old fashioned way as well so I can shove in a ham bone and just simmer but this is one of my most used appliances 0 love it.

Chef_mazzy1, Jan 18, 9:46 pm

I have a TEFAL SOUP & CO.
All metal container where the vegetables go.
Makes smooth and chunky soup.
Can be used to cook/heat other foods.

Chef_thewomble1, May 5, 5:11 am

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