How to Make Soups, Sauces, Dips, Smoothies, and Cakes with Your Waring Soup Maker
In a soup maker, all you need to do is choose your preferred setting. I tend to use the smooth function more often than not. This will cook and blend the ingredients, producing a lovely smooth soup after just 21 minutes. If you are making your leek and potato soup in a pot, bring it to a boil and then reduce the heat to a gentle simmer until the leek and potatoes are cooked through and soft.
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Sautéeing the ingredients is optional. I have the sauté function built into my soup maker, so it makes this step much easier. If you don't have this function, you can just add all the ingredients to the soup maker if you prefer, skipping step 1.
Different soup makers - I made this using a Morphy Richards Soup Maker (1.6L) and the Ninja Soup Maker (1.4L). For different size soup makers, just adjust the amount of ingredients slightly to make sure everything fits in.
Hi LianaHubby bought me the Drew n Cole soup maker yesterday and i did this leek n potato soup tonight.Alexa said 1 med leek is about 150g, I only put 1 med in forgetting it should have been 2 but oh boy it was yummy.Will try some more nowThank youLizzie
Just wanted to say this is the best soup I have ever made! I was given a Morphy Richards soup maker for Christmas and I tried the leek and potato soup recipe, the only thing I changed was I had two leeks so this increased the amount of leeks and I love all purpose seasoning so I used a teaspoon instead of salt and pepper. I was so surprised how much taste this soup had when it seemed so simple to make, I do feel like I am cheating! We took a flask to the park with us to fuel the Pokemon hunting and it was delicious. Thank you and Happy New Year x
I have just got a soup maker and I want to make leek and potato soup and the recipe that I have is out of a cook book and you make it in a saucepan and blend by hand and I was wondering if I could make it in a soup maker and if so how? I would be very grateful for your help.
It very rarely happens with mine, but I tend to saute my onions in my soupmaker, so perhaps the oil coating helps to reduce the potential to burn to the base. What kind of soupmaker do you have? I mostly use a kettle design.
Never ever had boiling water or hot stock to soup maker! It sets off the fuse. I had to replace mine for this very reason. It seems to be practice to add stock cube (crumbled) into cold mixture.
Just tried your mushroom soup recipe in our new Morphy Richards soup maker, with sate function. Used chestnut mushrooms and sautéed leek and onion first. Absolutely delicious. Will be trying the rest of your recipes. Many thanks for sharing them
Just received my soup maker this week and love your recipe ideas. I am making cauliflower and Stilton soup and have put all ingredients in, including the Stilton. 1 head of cauliflower, 1 onion, sautéed first, then added 1 potatoe, 100gr of Stilton 2 cloves of garlic and 2 veg cubes and some pepper. Will see how it turns out