Soup making, made easy!

Soup making, made easy!

It’s that time of year again where the nights are longer, and air feels colder. But it’s not all doom and gloom, what’s better than a hot bowl of soup with a side of crusty bread?

The GEEPAS soup maker is the ultimate autumn/winter kitchen must have, not only are homemade soups good for you they can save you money.  You can easily make a week’s worth of lunches from one batch, which saves you loads of money on those expensive trips out on your lunch break.

Before we share 3 delicious soup recipes with you, we have a number of tips to help you make most out of your soup maker.

1. Use boiling water for your stock, or liquid addition. This helps any vegetables cook thoroughly.
2. If you plan to use anything frozen, make sure the ingredients are fully thawed first.
3. Make sure all meat that goes into the soup maker is pre-cooked.
4. Chop your ingredients into smallish pieces, especially potatoes, carrots and turnip, this allows the vegetables to fully cook.
5. Ensure the lid is fully closed or sealed.
6. To prevent burning, make sure you add your liquids before you insert the rest of the solid ingredients. 




      Creamy Moroccan Carrot Soup 

      12 large carrots
      1 large onion
      1 red pepper
      1 tbsp of honey
      1 can of coconut milk

      Minestrone Soup

      6 large carrots
      2 medium mushrooms
      1 medium onion
      Handful of sprouts
      ½ a bag of spinach
      3 fresh tomatoes
      1 can of tinned tomatoes
      1 can of kidney beans
      50g of frozen peas
      100g of pasta

        Chicken Noodle Soup

        250g cooked chicken, shredded
        200g potatoes, peeled and cubed
        70g carrots, peeled and chopped
        100g egg noodles
        1 litre chicken stock

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