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Cuisinart SSB1U Soup Maker - Black
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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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For healthy food lovers and soup lovers, the Cuisinart SSB1U will create your favourite combinations of flavour-packed soup at the touch of a button. It really is as simple as adding fresh ingredients and some stock and watching the Cuisinart soup maker take care of the rest. With no pans to wash or clean the SSB1U makes healthy eating quicker and more convenient. Revolutionary in its design and features, the Cuisinart soup maker has a rapid heating element and a non-stick cooking plate that allows you to sauté, cook, simmer and blend to create delicious homemade soups in 20 minutes. The powerful motor and the stainless steel blades allow you to blend the hot soup to your desired consistency, straight after cooking. What’s more, it doubles up as a regular blender, ideal for creating your favourite smoothie or cocktail and even crushing ice, while also being perfect for making dips, sauces, dressings and purées.
Combine cooking and blending in one. Simply add ingredients, and let the soup maker do the rest.
Powerful heating element for fast cooking.
Non-stick cooking plate for easy sautéing.
Thermal glass jar maintains temperature after the cooking cycle has finished.
1.4 L capacity for soup and hot liquid.
1.75 L capacity for cool liquid.
Powerful stainless steel blades for perfect blending with 4 speed options plus pulse.
Triple seal lid for safe blending of hot liquids.
Also suitable for preparing sauces, blending smoothies and crushing ice.
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really do not like this soup maker it is much too fiddly and expensive so much easier to make soup the old fashioned wayPublished 3 months ago by ADELE.
Initially I thought this was great. I managed to make a batch of hoummus, and a couple of batches of soup, then, it went kaput. Smoking and awful chemical smell. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was really worried about buying this item (I got one in a damaged box from Lakeland for £5 off) after reading the very variable reviews here. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Doug
this really makes marvellous soup. quite the best of it's type. however cleaning is a bit difficult when fibrous vegetables usedPublished 7 months ago by mohawk
One of my all-time favourite kitchen gadgets, and gets used at least once or twice a week to make super-smooth soups. Read morePublished 7 months ago by C. Angel
Really easy to use, produces excellent soup and minimal washing up afterwards. Its coping with the tomato glut and saving so much time on my previous soup making activities, should... Read morePublished 7 months ago by caja