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Copyright © 2012

Swan Products Ltd. PO Box 3117, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 9GD

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Soup Maker

For model: SP18010N v2.0

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Important Safeguards

When using any electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always be followed including the following:

1. Always ensure that the voltage on the rating label corresponds to

the mains voltage in your home

2. Incorrect operation and improper use can damage the appliance

and cause injury to the user.

3. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including

children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabili

ties, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have

been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the

appliances by a person responsible for their safety. Children

should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the

appliance.

4. Check the power cord and plug regularly for any damage. If

the cord or the plug is damaged, it must be replaced by the manu

facturer or qualified person in order to avoid an electrical

hazard.

5. Do not use the appliance if it has been dropped or damaged

in any way. In case of damage, take the unit in for examination and/

or repair by an authorised service agent.

6. Never immerse the unit in water or any other liquid for cleaning pur

poses.

7. Remove the plug from the socket by gripping the plug. Do not pull

on the cord to disconnect the appliance from the mains. Unplug

the unit when not in use or before cleaning

8. The use of accessory attachments that are not recommended or

supplied by the manufacturer may result in injuries, fire or electric

shock.

9. Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table or counter. Ensure

that the cord is not in a position where it can be pulled on inadvert

ently.

10. Do not allow the cord to touch hot surfaces and do not place on or

near a hot gas or electric burner or in a heated oven.

11. Do not use the appliance on a gas or electric cooking top or over or wan designed for life

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near an open flame.

12. Use of an extension cord with this appliance is not recommend

ed. However, if it is necessary to use an extension lead, ensure

that the lead is suited to the power consumption of the ap-

pliance to avoid overheating of extension cord, appliance or plug

point. Do not place the extension cord in a position where it can be

pulled on by children or animals or tripped over.

13. This appliance is not suitable for outdoor use. Do not use the appli

ance for anything other than its intended use.

14. Do not carry the appliance by the power cord.

15. Do not leave the appliance unattended during use.

16. Always operate the appliance on a smooth, even, stable surface.

Do not place the unit on a hot surface.

17. The manufacture does not accept responsibility for any dam

age or injury caused by improper or incorrect use, or for repairs car

ried out by unauthorised personnel.

18. In case of technical problems, switch off the product and do not at

tempt to repair it yourself. Return the appliance to an authorised

service facility for examination, adjustment or repair. Always insist

on the use of original spare parts. Failure to comply with the above

mentions precautions and instructions, could affect the safe opera

tion of this product.

19. Your appliance must never be switched on through an external tim-

er or any kind of separate remote control system

20. Do not touch the cutting blades and do not insert any kind of

object(knives, forks, spoons etc.) into the cup while the product is

operation. A spatula may be used only when the product is not in

operation, avoiding the risk of serious injury.

21. Always allow the appliance to fully cool before moving or cleaning

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Specification

Model No . SF18010N

220-240V~50Hz

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Operation Guidelines

INTRODUCTION

The soup maker is a high quality blender with a heating element built into the base.

The soup making function is pre-programmed into the electronic circuitry inside. The product also has a pulse function ideal for making juice etc. Unlike other soup makers on the market, this one benefits from a stainless steel screen in the middle that allows the user to make chunky soup.

SENSORS

The soup maker is equipped with numerous sensors that detect things like the presence of liquid and whether the lid or jug is properly in place. The machine will bleep to alert the user that the lid needs replacing or that liquid should be added etc.

BEFORE FIRST USE

Unpack the soup maker and remove all packaging. It is a good idea to practice assembling/dis-assembling the blender/screen assembly to become more familiar with it before your first soup making session.

The soup maker will need to be cleaned to remove any factory residues before it is used to make soup. This is an ideal time to become familiar with the soup maker. Let’s make “water soup” - not very tasty but it will clean the machine!

Put 1 litre of water into the jug, fit the screen and put the lid on. Place the jug on to the motor base. Connect to mains supply and press the ON button followed by the SOUP button. The soup maker will first heat the water, then perform numerous blending and heating operations over the next 25 minutes or so. When the programme is complete the machine will emit a series of long beeps. Unplug from mains and discard the water

(it will be hot so be careful). Allow the jug to cool. The soup maker is now ready!

SHOPPING LIST

Before making any soup you are going to need some ingredients. In this book there are 4 recipes for soup and 1 for juice. These will cover all the techniques required to get the best out of the soup maker and will allow you to adapt the thousands of soup recipes out there. All the soup recipes require either chicken, beef or vegetable stock.

You can use pre-made stock but it is usually better to use a stock cube.

HERBS

The herbs used in these recipes are the dried variety but you can use equivalent amounts of fresh herbs instead.

VEGETABLES

Onions, celery, carrots, mushrooms, tomatoes (tinned), leaks, potatoes

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MEAT

One of the recipes has a meat option (chicken). We do not recommend cooking raw meats in the soup maker because the process time is only 25 minutes. Whilst this short time is great for keeping the flavours and vitamins of vegetables, it might not be enough time to cook certain types of meat. Any recipe that requires meat will need to be finished off outside the soup maker, in a saucepan.

OTHER INGREDIENTS

Cream (single), olive oil, pepper

LET’S MAKE SOUP!

This is a recipe for mushroom soup. It is really important that your first experience with the soup maker is a good one and this is the easiest recipe. Even if mushroom soup isn’t your favourite, we recommend you try this one first.

All recipes serve 2 as a main course or 4 as a starter

MUSHROOM SOUP (with Chicken option) ingredients:

500ml water

1 x chicken stock cube

200g mushrooms (finely chopped)

100g onion (finely chopped)

1 tsp thyme

1⁄4 tsp black pepper

1 tbsp olive oil single cream additional ingredients for chicken option:

100g chicken (You can use raw but pre-cooked chicken breast or left-overs are easier)

Butter for frying the chicken

Method: Remove the lid from the blender jug and make sure the screen is in place.

Add 500ml of water to the jug (up to the MIN mark).

Finely chop the mushrooms (a food processor or mini chopper is ideal for this). Remove 50g of the chopped mushrooms and sprinkle them into the jug OUTSIDE the screen. Don’t put any more than 50g outside the screen as this could interfere with the heating function.

Place the lid onto the jug and lock into place – observing the arrows on the lid. Remove the CUP from the lid.

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screen. They should come about 1/3 of the way up the screen. Break up the stock cube and add to the inside of the screen. Add the dried thyme and black pepper. Fill the remaining space in the screen with the chopped mushrooms (you might have a little left over depending how finely they are chopped). Add 1bsp of olive oil on the top.

Replace the CUP in the lid. NOTE: avoid compressing the ingredients in the screen or they may become lodged there.

We’re ready to go! Plug the soup maker in and press the ON button followed by the

SOUP button. While you are waiting eagerly for your soup (it’ll be 25 mins) – read on...

Things to look out for

Since this maybe your first time using an appliance of this type, you might be curious as to what’s going on once the SOUP button has been pressed. The Soup Maker will heat the liquid outside the screen and blend the contents inside the screen at various times. As the ingredients become pulverised by the blender they will filter into the liquid outside the screen. The 50g of chopped mushrooms you added outside the screen will remain in tact – adding some nice texture to the soup.

In most cases all the ingredients inside the screen will work their way down to the blender blades as they become pulverised. On some occasions though, you may need to give them a little nudge. That’s what the food pusher accessory is for.

If you tried to remove the lid during the soup making process, the machine would stop and reset the programme. This is to prevent the user from being injured by hot liquids.

However, you CAN remove the CUP in the lid at any time. The food pusher accessory can be placed into the hole to dislodge any ingredients. The food pusher is designed so it wont reach the blender blades – which is a good thing! NEVER use anything other than the food pusher accessory for this!

The Chicken Option (great name for a movie?)

We can’t recommend cooking meat in the Soup Maker but since it does 90% of the work of making soup, it’s no real bother to add the Chicken Option as it also applies to other meats.

Add some butter to a non stick saucepan and fry 100g of chicken cut into very small pieces until cooked. When the Soup Maker has finished making the mushroom soup, unplug it from the mains and pour the contents of the jug over the chicken in the saucepan. Stir in 50-100ml of single cream according to taste. Allow to simmer gently for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Serve immediately.

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Operation Guidelines

If you just want mushroom soup without the chicken: When the Soup Maker has stopped and emits the long beeps, unplug it. Removed the lid and CAREFULLY remove the screen. Using a wooden or plastic spoon, stir in 50ml of single cream.

Serve immediately

A note about the heating: In the soup maker, the element relies on being able to circulate the hot liquids properly. If there are dense solids in direct contact with the element, it could put the machine in FAULT mode. If this happens it will stop the programme and emit 4 beeps in quick succession. This is to prevent damage to the element. This is also why we cannot put any more than 50g solid ingredients outside the screen. If this happens your only option is to finish the soup in a saucepan.

Tomato & Basil Soup

This recipe highlights the techniques to use when using “wet” ingredients – in this case canned tomatoes.

ingredients:

2 x 300ml tins chopped tomatoes water

1 x vegetable (or beef) stock cube 100g finely chopped onion

1 clove garlic

1⁄2 stick celery (finely chopped) 1 carrot (grated)

1 tsp dried basil

1tbsp olive oil

50ml single cream

Method: With the lid in place and cup removed, crumble in the stock cube, pour in the first tin of chopped tomatoes so they all go inside the screen. The water in the tomatoes will filter through the screen onto the jug over a few seconds. When the level goes down, add half the other tin. Add water until the level reaches 1000ml. Mix the onion, celery and grated carrot together and add to the jug. Add the garlic (no need to chop because the blender will do that), add 1 tsp basil and 1tbsp olive oil.

If there is any room left inside the screen, top up with the remaining tomatoes.

Replace the CUP into the lid. Plug the Soup Maker in and press the ON button followed by the SOUP button. Process time is about 25 mins.

When the soup is done, unplug the Soup Maker, remove the lid, carefully remove the screen and stir in 50ml of cream. Add a dash of Worcester sauce if desired.

Serve immediately.

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Potato & Leek Soup ingredients:

500ml water

1 x vegetable stock cube 150g potatoes

150g leeks

1 clove garlic

100g onion

1 tbsp olive oil single cream

Method: Add the water to the jug and put the lid on, Remove the CUP and crumble the stock cube into the screen. Finely chop the potatoes, leeks and onion (a food processor or mini chopper is idea for this). Add them to the jug. Add the garlic and olive oil.

Replace the CUP. Plug the soup maker in and press the ON button followed by the

SOUP button.

When the process is finished, remove the lid and carefully remove the screen. Stir in

50ml of single cream.

Serve immediately.

Carrot & Coriander Soup ingredients:

500ml water

1 x vegetable (or chicken) stock cube 100g onion

100g potato

200g carrots

1 tsp dried coriander

1tsp ground coriander (optional) 1tbsp olive oil single cream (optional)

Method: Add the water to the jug. Finely chop the potatoes, carrots and onion together

(a food processor or mini chopper is idea for this). If you want some texture to your soup add 50g of the chopped vegetables to the OUTSIDE of the screen – but no more than 50g please. Replace the lid and remove the CUP. Crumble the stock cube into the screen. Add them to the jug to the inside of the screen. Add the chopped vegetables.

Add the garlic and olive oil. If Replace the CUP. Plug the soup maker in and press the

ON button followed by the SOUP button.

When the process is finished, remove the lid and carefully remove the screen. Stir in

50ml of single cream (optional). Serve immediately.

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Juice

The soup maker has a pulse function, which can also be used for making citrus juice.

The screen keeps the larger solids away from the juice.

When making juice you must always start with 500ml of water in the jug and you should

ALWAYS use the screen. If you try to use without the screen the liquid will slosh around the jug and most likely splash out of the spout.

Method: Put 500ml water in the jug so it reaches the MIN level. With the screen in place, fit the lid and remove the CUP. Cut 2 oranges (and or grapefruit) into quarters and remove the peel. Put the fruit quarters into the screen. If you have a sweet tooth you can add 1 tsp of sugar per orange. Press the PULSE/JUICE button briefly and repeatedly until the fruit has been pulverised. If necessary use the food pusher accessory to gently push any lodged fruit toward the blade.

You can add more fruit pieces (or grapes or other juicy fruit) until the liquid level reaches the MAX (1500ml) level.

Keep the screen in place when pouring.

Spares

Spare parts references:

SP18010N – 001 Blender Jug

SP18010N – 002 Lid

SP18010N – 003 Cup

SP18010N – 004 Food pusher accessory

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BS Plug Wiring

The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:

BLUE

BROWN

EARTH

NEUTRAL

LIVE

GREEN/YELLOW

As the colours of the wire in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the colour markings identifying the terminals on your plug, proceed as follows:

The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter

N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. The wire which is coloured GREEN/YELLOW must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter E or coloured green/yellow

WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED

WEEE Directive

Disposal of Unit

Disposal instructions for Swan items in accordance with the WEEE directive. Appliances bearing the symbol shown here may not be disposed of in domestic rubbish. You are required to dispose of old electrical and electronic appliances like this separately. Please visit www.recyclemore.co.uk, or www.recylcenow.co.uk for access to information about the recycling of electrical items. The WEEE directive, introduced in August 2006, states that all electrical items must be recycled, rather than taken to landfill. Please arrange to take this appliance to your local Civic Amenity site for recycling, once it has reached the end of its life.

Declaration of EC Conformity

We Swan Products Ltd Declare that this product conforms to all the following

product legislation. In accordance with the following directive(s):

2004/108/EEC. The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive

2006/95EC. The LVD directive (Low Voltage Directive)

2002/95/EC. The RoHS. Directive. (Restriction of Hazardous substances Directive)

80/590/EEC and 89/109/EEC Food Contact

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Two Year Warranty

This product is guaranteed for 2 years from the date of original purchase. If any defect arises due to faulty materials of workmanship the faulty products must be returned to the place of purchase.

Refunds or replacement is at the discretion of the store.

The following conditions apply:

The product must be returned to the retailer with proof of purchase.

The product must be installed and used in accordance with the instructions contained in this instruction guide. It must be used only for domestic purposes. It does not cover wear and tear, damage, misuse or consumable parts. Swan Products Ltd has limited liability for incidental or consequential loss or damage.This guarantee is valid in the UK and Eire Only.

Swan Brand Heritage

Did you know...

In 1933 Swan were the first to develop an electric heating element t hat could be immersed in water.

This led to the Swan kettle range that could boil up to six pints of water in just over nine minutes - pretty hot for the time! These days it takes about two minutes for a Swan kettle to boil.

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