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Why Every Student Needs Tefal Easy Soup


Most students are living on campuses or rented apartments and are forced to eat takeaway or canteen food. Sure, anyone can make soup, but when you're limited in space and time, this easy job seems like an impossible mission.
If that’s the case, you need only one kitchen appliance that changes several of them and allows you to prepare soups, stews, potages, and even compote, in a short time. You can read the review and make sure it is possible to have a freshly prepared meal on the menu whenever you want.

It’s Small and Compact

Soup makers are pretty compact devices of small size. That is very important, especially when purchasing this appliance for your campus accommodation. It will take you places as much as one flowerpot; you can even hold it on a window seal. If necessary, you can also take it out to your desk and remove it right after you have finished preparing your lunch.

Ease of Use

Even a student who knows and loves to cook often does not enjoy it because of too many commitments around the college. Operating a soup maker is not rocket science. It is enough to read the manual (or find it on the Internet) once, and you are ready to prepare the warm, homemade hot dish of your choice.
More on the health benefits of homemade soup read below:
Another significant advantage of this kitchen gadget is that, even with the fanciest appliances on the market, each of the food prep functions requires no more than two clicks. Also, soup makers don't have small pieces that can get lost or complicated spare parts that take you forever to learn how to replace them.

Smart and Rational Cooking

Using a soup maker helps with keeping meal prep simple. All you need to do is rinse and chop the ingredients (large or small pieces, depending on the recipe), and this kitchen gadget will do the rest. You select an option, set a timer, and wait for your dish to be ready.
You can combine just about anything that comes to mind; just make sure it's edible. Even leftovers from lunch or a takeaway meal (for example, grilled veggies or roasting) can serve as a great base to prepare a yummy broth or stew. Aside from making a delicious meal, this is a great way to cook rationally, as you reduce food waste.

A Dream to Wash            

More than cooking, people hate dishwashing. That's why many students eat junk food or go to the campus canteen every day because it doesn't require you to do dishes. Soup maker, in addition to ease of use, is also easy to clean.
True, this kitchen appliance requires manual washing with warm water and detergent, as the parts are not suitable for machine washing. But it ends in just a few minutes. You must rinse the unit thoroughly so that the soap leftovers don’t end up in your next meal. Here find tips on how to clean a burnt appliance.
The good thing about these kitchen devices is that they have a self-cleaning program. All you need is hot water, one click, and a few minutes. However, food particles can remain inside the jug. Just in case, after using this program, rinse the appliance again.

Diversity of Use

When you learn how to handle a soup maker, you will realize that this handy device can be used to prepare a variety of tasty meals, not just soups. Thanks to the Internet (but also mom's tips), you can cook delicious stews, pasta sauces, broths, etc. yourself.
If you don't know the difference between soup and stew, go to the following link:
But why limit yourself to salty dishes? In this appliance, you can make smoothies, milkshakes, and even ice cream. In this case, don't use cooking options, but only blending. You just have to adjust how you want the texture of your meal or drink to be (chunky or smooth).

When you are away from your family, nothing makes you feel like home more than a plate of hot soup. The smell and taste of a freshly prepared meal can evoke the most wonderful memories and tear you away from the stress of everyday life.


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