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    The big one is 'forumthermomix'

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    Try Baf's chicken in the varoma on the forumthermomix site.

    What about homemade pizzas? You can do the dough in the thermomix.

    A chilli con carne?

    I saw a pad Thai recipe on one of the forums.

    Soup.

    I don't use mine for mains that much though. More bread, yoghurt, cakes, etc.

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    I make the potato cakes, mashed potato, stews, soups, meatballs, the spaghetti and meatballs I make in mine is awesome!

    I love making breads, smoothies, ice cream, sorbet, yoghurt.

    I'm about to by a dehydrator to make fruit leather. I make lots of snacks for the kids for lunches and Playgroup.

    I make cordial, lemonade, ginger beer, cocktails.

    Porridge and salads.

    I love it!

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    Anyone got a good fried rice recipe??

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    I usually do Quirky Jo's 'fried' rice (not actually fried). It makes HEAPS!!

    http://quirkycooking.blogspot.com.au...ried-rice.html

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    Had my Thermomix demo today!! Now I can't wait to get it Another 3 guests bought one and one is having a demo of her own to get one with the hose rewards. My consultants most successful demo yet

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    Wow! That consultant did very well at your party!

    I made a garlic prawn risotto last night from the full little tummies blog. Yum!

    I have also made the spice mix for Chookie's Homemade KFC on the Thermomix Forum website. It was awesome!!!! It was a bit more work than usual but highly worth it.

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    Wow your consultant would be very happy, Areca!!

    I made my first green smoothie the other day and it's true you can't taste the spinach! Only took me about 5 months to brave it lol. Even my 3yo, who hates fresh fruit and veg, sucked it back and asked for more

    Made Quirky's fried rice for dinner on Fri (leftovers last night). Tonight is mini frittatas so will grate some cheese and mix the egg and cream in Sir Mixalot. Tomorrow I am thinking pizza mmmm, I love how easy it is to make the dough and it's SO much nicer than the chain stores.

    Oh also, yesterday I made a delicious sauce - Honey Ginger BBQ sauce from the tickofyum site (which won't load atm). It was a few steps as I had to make the ketchup from the Everyday Cookbook first but it is really yummy and my house smelt divine all arvo

    And my DH is home from the mines this week so I am planning to do these Chicken Kiev one night: http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/node/17594
    YUM YUM YUM gosh I just love my thermy so much lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by gizmoduckus View Post
    Wow! That consultant did very well at your party!

    I made a garlic prawn risotto last night from the full little tummies blog. Yum!

    I have also made the spice mix for Chookie's Homemade KFC on the Thermomix Forum website. It was awesome!!!! It was a bit more work than usual but highly worth it.
    I want to do the creamy garlic prawn risotto!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    I want to do the creamy garlic prawn risotto!!
    Oh that sounds good! Laksa, I would love to try the kfc thing but we only eat chicken breast, do you think it would work ok?


 

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