Instructions for cooks profesional soup maker
Hi Derrick, I can't help you on the Instructions for the Cooks as I have been unable to find any on line. There are Instructions for another identical model made by a different company (Coopers)and the eight buttons are marked in a totally different way. I got my almost unused Professional Soup Maker discarded in a dump, minus the lid and filter sleeve. When I discovered the lid was essential as it contained a magnet to complete the circuitry, I got a small one from a toy, switched on the power and moved it over the jug handle top and the thing sprang into life! You have to use Blutack to fix the magnet to the r/H/s of the handle. I used an old pot lid belonging to my dear recently deceased wife and it happened to fit.
I have been working purely on trial and error and simply entering the name of a soup on line and some great recipes come up- however, without specific quantities to suit the machine. It still works well if you just chop up anything you have in the veg basket and put it on P2 by powering on and pressing Menu till P2 comes up. I recommend trying Mushroom. It's great ! There are others.
without the magnet you get E2 (error) on the window, meaning no lid.
I made a filter by cutting down a cutlery draining basket from Dunelm. It stops the cutter from making a slush of the veggies.
Please feel free to come back if you feel I can help after a few weeks of trying a few trials. Don't be frightened, as you can't do any harm. You will get a fright first time when the cutter goes off like a bomb for a couple of seconds! But harmless. I think this machine is good and worth a bit of experiment. I have to make all my own meals now and found the machine a great help for nourishing meals avoiding ready made packet stuff. Any questions just get back to me.
Alex MacMillan, Edinburgh, student cook!). Good luck.
Mar 07, 2014 |
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