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    Love my thermie!
    Going away next week.. Thermie is coming with us! Don't know how I would go without!
    Dh is making beef rendang as I type.. Haven't tried it before, but it smells so good!!!!

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    LOL Vintage Lover!! We had minestrone soup for dinner with bread rolls, was so delish! DS2 ate 2 big bowls veg and all

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    Thermo did you use the recipe in the EDC? Looking for some good winter soup recipes!

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    Yep I make a few changes though

    I don't add the pasta.

    I use 3 rashers of short cut bacon which I dice myself and cook off with the garlic and onion on reverse, go easy on the veg stock if you use bacon!

    I also only add the beans in the last 5 min.

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    Hehe! Addictive aren't they!!??

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    Beef rendang tonight!

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    We are having Thai red chicken curry

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    Quote Originally Posted by shelle65 View Post
    You guys will appreciate this -

    A friend of mine is visiting family this weekend, her mum just bought a thermomix. Her mum and stepdad are very religious seventh day adventists. They sit down to dinner on Good Friday and her step dad says grace - and thanks Jeebus for the thermomix! My friend was like - Forget the whole dying on the cross thing, the thermomix is obviously a better contribution
    I am trying not to literally lol at uni right now. That's gold!

    We're having Pumpkin soup tonight... my recipe made on the stove because I like to make a double batch but blended in the thermomix and home made bread rolls.

    I am hanging out for a green smoothie right now too...will make one when I get home later.
    Use the thermomix at least once a day...not multiple times every day, I freaking HATE cooking but I love being able to make things with total ease!

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    Hi everyone

    I'm thinking of purchasing a TMX but was just wondering on the bowl size. I usually like to make double quantities of pasta/rice type dishes for lunches etc The bowl looks small online - do you get to make big batches or not? Part of the reason I'd buy one is time saving, but if my quantities end up smaller then this may not work!

    TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Hi everyone

    I'm thinking of purchasing a TMX but was just wondering on the bowl size. I usually like to make double quantities of pasta/rice type dishes for lunches etc The bowl looks small online - do you get to make big batches or not? Part of the reason I'd buy one is time saving, but if my quantities end up smaller then this may not work!

    TIA
    Hi the bowl size is 2L most recipes call for 500g pasta or 500g meat.

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