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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    Dehydrator I guess. Keeps a lot more of the nutrients in?
    Right...because everyone has one of those cooking in the oven would surely suit most people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    The butter chicken in EDC IS gross. But the one in the Indian book is amazing. I got it from the forum if you want the recipe.
    I have made the Indian cookbook butter chicken and I too think its nice but I made the butter chicken off 'me and my thermie' Facebook page and OMG that was amazeballs!!! I've made it for a few people and they all said its the best they ever tasted. It's not completely made in the thermy (just the sauce) and you finish it off in a pan but its so worth it. Even my fussy friend who doesn't like any kind of spice loved it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Right...because everyone has one of those cooking in the oven would surely suit most people?
    I bought a dehydrator off eBay for $50 and attempted to make roll ups. It was the first time using the dehydrator so I left it on overnight (as per the instructions) and I was shattered to find it had overcooked! Turned out more like a fruit crisp and not very nice so I chucked it!
    I know most people do it in a very low oven but I have an older style gas oven so don't think that method would work for me.

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    This lemon or orange cake that you're all raving about, is that the one in the EDC? I haven't used mine to bake, but have heaps of lemons so might give it a go!

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    Google 30 sec orange cake thermomix

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    Quote Originally Posted by FertileMertile View Post
    I have made the Indian cookbook butter chicken and I too think its nice but I made the butter chicken off 'me and my thermie' Facebook page and OMG that was amazeballs!!! I've made it for a few people and they all said its the best they ever tasted. It's not completely made in the thermy (just the sauce) and you finish it off in a pan but its so worth it. Even my fussy friend who doesn't like any kind of spice loved it
    Thanks for the reccomendation. Have tried one that was ok- but not like our local resteraunt- will give this one a go.

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    Californication- if you make the cake with lemon I recommend using the peel and fruit, but cut out some of the pith- mine became very bitter with the pith of the lemon becoming overwhelming.

    just made this for a 2nd time. dh loves it.

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...sp-slice/73805

    this time I used a full can of condensed milk ( I hate waste) I also added a capful of peppermint essence to the slice and to the chocolate topping layer (dh loves strong mint flavour. I switched butter for ghee (pure butterfat)to compensate for the liquid addition to the chocolate which prevented if from seizing.

    Then I made the slice again with cherry ripe bars and no peppermint.

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    My thermy has had a workout today

    I have made

    Walnut, banana & passion fruit bread
    Double choc cookie dough
    Thai green curry
    Creamy cauliflower & kale soup
    Chickpea & sesame veggie burgers

    And I'm currently making my first ever batch of tomato sauce, fingers crossed it turns out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colbie View Post
    My thermy has had a workout today

    I have made

    Walnut, banana & passion fruit bread
    Double choc cookie dough
    Thai green curry
    Creamy cauliflower & kale soup
    Chickpea & sesame veggie burgers

    And I'm currently making my first ever batch of tomato sauce, fingers crossed it turns out!
    What Thai green curry recipe did you use and was it like??

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    Yay I got my thermomix a couple of weeks ago and madly trying out different recipes. The book only has so much....great to discover this forum! reatere

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