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Cuisinart SSB1U Soup Maker - Black

4.2 out of 5 stars 350 customer reviews
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RRP: £140.00
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  • Create fresh, homemade soup from start to finish in just 20 minutes
  • Rapid heating element and non stick cooking plate sautes vegetables, boils and simmers soups
  • Powerful blender with stainless steel blades blends hot soups and sauces to preferred consistency, straight after cooking
  • Self clean feature
  • Can also be used to prepare hot and cold sauces, smoothies and even crush ice
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Product information

Technical Details
Brand Cuisinart
Model NumberSSB1U
ColourBlack
Item Weight4 Kg
Product Dimensions20 x 23 x 46 cm
Capacity1.75 litres
Power / Wattage800 watts
MaterialPlastic
Number of Speeds4
Special FeaturesSmoothie
  
Additional Information
ASINB002P3KCK8
Best Sellers Rank 174,939 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 Kg
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Date First Available7 Jan. 2006
  
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Product description

Product description

SSB1U Cuisinart Soup Maker Black

Box Contains

  • Housing Base
  • Glass Jar Assembly includes blades and collar
  • Measuring Cap
  • Lid
  • Instruction Book
  • Recipe Book

  • From the manufacturer


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    Verified Purchase
    Having read the reviews before purchasing this soup maker i was confident I would love it, however when it arrived and I read through the instructions the machine doesnt automatically blend the soup once cooked like the Morphy Richards does. I like to be able to switch it on, let it do it's thing and come back to my soup ready, but with this machine you have to set it to cook then once finished blend it. Not a massive chore i imagine but the product details I feel led me to believe that it blended automatically.. I was also a bit wary of the machines exposed wires and circuit board on the underside, normally i would expect a base plate covering the mechanics of the machine but if you turn it upside down its all exposed.. Surprised at this given the quality of the brand and the price. I have requested to return.
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    Honestly a like changer. Only downside is the blender option is not that sharp leaving a lot of bigger bits, not that smooth with all vegetables
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    This item was to replace a 'broken' Cuisinart Soup Maker which had given us many years good service. It is an excellent appliance which we use a great deal. I don't know what we would do without it now. Friends have tried 'cheaper' soup makers but declared they are not very good - some have now bought Cuisinart.
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    Item as described OK
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    Would not recommend this
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    .....but I read a lot of reviews before I did. Not only on Amazon, but on Lakeland's site (on which there's demo video) & others. The vast majority were positive, giving from three to five stars. Almost all the negative reviews seemed to concentrate on the difficulty in cleaning after use, overflow of ingredients when in use, whether or not it was easier just to make your own on the hob and the poor quality of the free cook book.
    Well, here's my verdict on the above:
    Cleaning - Clean it immediately after use; it only takes five minutes and is well worth the effort. Admittedly I haven't done much frying or sauteing in it, just good old-fashioned boiling and simmering, but I haven't had a problem yet. One review I read recommended using a dishwasher tablet, but I haven't had to resort to that yet so can't comment.
    Overflow - read (and keep to) the instructions!! Only use a small amount of washing-up liquid when cleaning.
    New Machine v Old-Fashioned Method - pays your money, takes your choice. I'm sold on the machine - it's all done in one place, particularly if you want to fry/saute, etc. as part of the process and there's only one bowl to wash up, and even that does itself (nearly).
    Cookbook? - Yes, OK, some of the text could be difficult to read, given that it's colour-on-colour, and, Yes, there are only a few soup recipes, but hey, it's FREE and there are plenty of other excellent recipes out there. The few soup recipes that are included are very tasty and the Broad Bean Houmous is excellent.
    But cheap it ain't - I decided that soup was healthy, nutritious and (sometimes - it's in your hands!) cheap, and that over the three years for which the gizmo is guaranteed I'd get my money back. Plus it's a reasonable blender, too.
    It's not small, though - if you've got a compact kitchen, do take the trouble to measure it up - you might be surprised.
    All-in-all, a well-made, efficient machine that I'm well pleased with.
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    on the positive side:
    It makes delicious soup quickly and efficiently.
    You clean it by "blending" hot water and washing up liquid so saves washing up.
    I no longer need to use my food processor.
    Not just a soup maker either - sauces, even desserts.

    the only negative is that food can burn a little during the initial onion-frying stage. You have to stand over the machine and keep stirring - which you would do conventionally anyway! All in all I'm glad I bought it.
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    I bought this soupmaker two weeks ago (Perfect packaging and delivery by Amazon, by the way) to replace a cheaper one which only lasted for six uses. While the cheaper one produced good soup, it was let down by its lack of reliability. Though the Cuisinart is expensive, I was encouraged by the 3 year guarantee. It has certainly lived up to my expectations, and appears to be well made and hopefully reliable. The only drawback I have encountered is a problem mentioned by several other users - undercooked veg. I experimented with a few pieces of diced carrot, as the only recipe I have so far attempted is carrot and red lentil. I placed the carrot in water in the jug and set the temp to high. I allowed it to boil for about a minute and then set it to simmer for 30 minutes. On removal, the carrot was almost raw. I repeated the process with the remaining carrot pieces, which had already been simmering for 30 minutes and on removal were exactly the same. Obviously, the simmer setting does not cook at all. I diced some more carrot and put in in the jug with cold water, except that this time after the 1 minute boil, I pressed the low button and ran it for 30 minutes. Bingo! Perfectly cooked carrot. I watched the low cooking process and it appears that it comes to the boil for about 30 seconds and switches off for abut 90 seconds and repeats the cycle throughout the 30 minutes cooking time. Now I have sorted that to my satisfaction, I feel confident to experiment with other recipes. It seems to me that the simmer function is only suitable for keeping the soup warm after cooking. I hope this might be of some help to others who will inevitably encounter the same problem
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