|The hottest blender to hit the market, the Cuisinart Blend and Cook Soup Maker, is causing quite the stir! This unique blender has a worldwide patent on the cooking technology that actually allows consumers to cook on low, medium, and high which correspond to sauté, simmer and full boil. Then just use the stir function as if you were stirring a pot with a spoon to mix ingredients while cooking. Now, only this blender can cook a batch of soup, sauce and even desserts plus blend a smoothie, crush ice and make vinaigrette.|
Cook homemade soups from start to finish or blend up your favorite smoothie in this innovative – and versatile – blender. Nonstick cooking plate lets you sauté ingredients, simmer and even boil soups, then blend to the perfect consistency with the touch of a button. Making warm and healthy homemade soups has never been so easy.
The 900 watt motor easily performs a variety of tasks such as crushing ice, grinding and chopping nuts, crumbling bread and cookies, grating fresh citrus zest, grinding spices and hard cheese, and whipping cream. It's also the perfect tool for making baby food at home.
Customer Reviews of Cuisinart SBC-1000 Blend and Cook Soup Maker
looks nice on my counter10/17/2013
but the thing quit working the third time I used it I have tried contacting them but never heard back not a happycamper . motor not very strong im guessing
Good for making soup, inferior as a blender!1/27/2013
Out of the box I put the unit to work making soup. I made a sweet potato/sweet onion soup that the unit processed and cooked to perfection. I have since made other soups, which turned out equally great. The unit makes soup! Now the downside, as a blender it just does not function well. The base is wide and flat. The blades that whirl about leave lumps below them. You cannot make a smoothie, all you can make is a lumpie. Blends come out irregular, lots of what you want blended stays on the bottom below the blades. I quit using it as a blender. I had wanted this unit to replace my blender. It did not do that, so now I have two appliances on the counter. My advise: make your soup the way you usually do, then use a good blender in the final prep. Don't buy this thing.