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    I'm making this tonight along with chicken velouté and choc hazelnut pudding for dessert. Friends coming over so thermomix getting a work out today. I also made orange marmalade this afternoon... But broke one of the jars because it was too hot. Never done that before ... And never again want to. It scared me!

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...dressing/16981

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    This is a favourite dish for me and DH. It's so simple but so yummy and healthy. I normally serve it with sweet mashed potato and veg.

    http://www.recipecommunity.com.au/re...d-salmon/38764

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    This also awesome. I leave out the cream and use 80g of ground cashews and add in a tin of coconut cream/milk. She says you can make the coconut cream first but I have done it both ways and it tastes no different

    http://meandmythermie.com/2013/05/25...ght-take-in-2/

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    Thanks everyone!

    we made and really liked the chicken velouté, the chicken cashew from the edc. Risottos always a winner ( but carb loaded)
    We were disappointed with the beef stroganoff, the butter chicken was nothing like our local Indian which dh decided meant it wasn't butter chicken, devilled sausages weren't any good.

    We eat a lot of meals we can separate the carbs from so dh can eat the meats/sauce with veggies and ds and I eat the carbs/standard meal.

    Before thermie we ate stroganoff, Indian curries, devilled or curried sausages, stir fry, bolognese and other pasta sauces over veg or pasta.

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    The strog in the edc is cr@p from what I've heard. I used a tweaked version off the 'full little tummies' blog and it was Delish!

    Quirky cooking does an awesome bolognese. I serve it with noodles for DH and the kids and I have it with thinly sliced steamed cabbage. So yummy. Packed full of veggies too!

    Seriously try that me and my thermie butter chicken. Such a good recipe. It's better then my thermomix Indian cookbook recipe and tastes very authentic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FertileMertile View Post
    The strog in the edc is cr@p from what I've heard. I used a tweaked version off the 'full little tummies' blog and it was Delish!

    Quirky cooking does an awesome bolognese. I serve it with noodles for DH and the kids and I have it with thinly sliced steamed cabbage. So yummy. Packed full of veggies too!

    Seriously try that me and my thermie butter chicken. Such a good recipe. It's better then my thermomix Indian cookbook recipe and tastes very authentic.
    Yeah that's another one we loved, the quirky cooking bollognaise.

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    Mmm banana biscuits baking right now hope they are nice

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    How did they go LoCo?


 

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