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    I love mine to pieces. It's turned me from average lazy cook to outstanding lazy cook

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    I've had mine a whole 6 days live it!
    So far I've used it to make, or help make:
    Spag bog
    Smoothies
    Iced coffee
    Ice cream
    Watermelon sorbet
    Chicken risotto
    Vegie stock
    Pumpkin soup
    Omelette
    Bread

    Think that's it! Love it!!! Still haven't used the veroma though...

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    The varoma is great. Even just steamed veg tastes better somehow.

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    Maybe I'll use it this week or next..

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    I want to have a varoma demo- you get a free varoma cookbook for hosting a demo too

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    As a new Thermochef (yes the cheap chinese rip off) owner can I join?

    The TC recipe book is very minimal, and I haven't really been able to make the most of it yet as I'm still figuring it out.

    It is great for custards and the easiest, speediest aioli.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugsy View Post
    As a new Thermochef (yes the cheap chinese rip off) owner can I join?

    The TC recipe book is very minimal, and I haven't really been able to make the most of it yet as I'm still figuring it out.

    It is great for custards and the easiest, speediest aioli.
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    I have heard that the recipes for both are pretty interchangeable.

    Californication I guess just talk about what we have tried and what we havent, if we wanna share recipes etc then that too anything goes!!

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    I second the cashew chicken with coconut rice from quirky cooking - that was the first time I used my varoma and I make this dish every 10 or so days. It is DH's new fav meal and the boys eat lots of steamed veges with no complaints.

    I also like the chicken with yoghurt from the indian book and have made the butter chicken too.

    The boys love the pasta with beans and I blend lots of extra veges into the sauce. A cheap healthy meal. Also make the bolognaise sauce and throw in whatever veges are looking old.

    Another winner is CADA from the vegetarian book. Throw in a quartered apple, a handful of almonds, dates and shredded coconut and turbo 2-3 times. The sum of the parts is so much better than any alone.

    Its definitely worth making the vege stock early on if you intend to make risottos and plenty of other mains.

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    We are letting this topic die againnn!! :tongue:


    Sent from my iPhone using Bub Hub app instead of cleaning the house!!

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    I get my Thermomix tomorrow!!! She just called so excited.

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