Review of the Philips Soup maker + Giveaway + Recipe for Tomato-Red Bell Pepper Soup
If you’re thinking of whether to buy the Soup Maker, hopefully this review will help you make that decision. Read on to find out more.
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  • 5 tomatoesmedium
  • 1/2 red bell pepperlarge
  • 3cloves garlicfat , peeled
  • 1 onionmedium , peeled
  • 600ml vegetable stock water stockunsalted or use + cube
  • 1tsp salt
  • 2tsps oat flour water+ 3 tbsps
  • To garnish
  • Basilleaves
  • Mustard flowers
  • CreamSingle
  1. Quarter the tomatoes. Chop the bell pepper into 2 cm squares (small dice). Slice the onions and finely chop the garlic.
  2. Add all of this along with the stock into the soupmaker. Close the lid properly.
  3. Switch on the power and select the first function (creamy soup). Press the start button.
  4. This will take 25 minutes in all.
  5. Once it’s done, add the salt, oat flour + water slurry, and close the soupmaker, select the ‘Chunky soup’ option. In two minutes, this would have come to a boil, at this point use the Manual Blender option to ensure the oats has mixed into the smooth to give a creamy texture.
  6. Pour into bowls, garnish and serve with your favourite bread rolls.
Recipe Notes


I was sent the Philips Soupmaker for a review on my blog, from Philips. I have shared my unbiased opinion and experience.

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