How to choose soup makers
• There are many different soup makers on the market, so how can you choose the best one? Start by looking at capacity, which can range from 2 litres at the high end to 0.8 litres at the low. If you’re cooking for the whole family, go for the higher capacity.
• Do you prefer to sauté your meat and vegetables before cooking your soup? Look for a soup maker with a built-in sauté feature. Some models also include a blending option, so that you can enjoy silky smooth purees.
• Finally, don’t forget about the washing up. One of the main benefits of a soup maker is that it cuts down on pots and pans to clean, so be sure to choose a model that’s easy to clean or dishwasher-safe.