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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Is there something a thermomix owner could potentially like as a Christmas present? Accessories, ingredients, cookbooks?
    Tons of things depending on budget. Cookbooks yes.
    I would love the thermomix storage containers but that's just me.
    I think there is a knife set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Is there something a thermomix owner could potentially like as a Christmas present? Accessories, ingredients, cookbooks?
    My favourite accessory is the Thermomat, which I find really handy. Cookbooks can be a bit hit and miss - when my mum ordered, she got 3 bonus cookbooks and has never made a recipe out of any of them, and i don't think she (or I) ever will. But we both love the Asian cookbook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    I didn't bother with the veggie stock. Is it worth doing? Like does it make a huge difference taste wise in other recipes?

    We made the potato pancakes last night. Delicious!!!
    I love the veggie stock - i didnt realise how much i used it (not just for Thermomix recipes either) until I ran out. Now i always keep a batch in the fridge and a batch in the freezer. It adds a nice rich flavour especially to soups and risottos. I havent bought premade stock since getting my TM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Tons of things depending on budget. Cookbooks yes.
    I would love the thermomix storage containers but that's just me.
    I think there is a knife set.

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    Are the storage containers the jars and bottles? Had a quick look - some of the books are unavailable at the moment.

    The Asian one is there though.

    What does the thermomat do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    Are the storage containers the jars and bottles? Had a quick look - some of the books are unavailable at the moment.

    The Asian one is there though.

    What does the thermomat do?
    Yes they are. I wanted them for my homemade yogurts and jam etc.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    The Asian one is there though.

    What does the thermomat do?
    Oops I should specify that mum and I are both Asian, so a lot of the dishes in there are close to our heart but not necessarily main****** Asian in Australia. She's found it handy to make a lot of "local" dishes from her childhood and all with the ease of the Thermomix. My not-Asian husband once flicked through the cookbook and thought a lot of the recipes sounded really strange. And that's even after he's been eating my mum's cooking for years!

    The Thermomat is a silicon mat, very handy for rolling pastries and doughs. Flexible enough that you can wrap doughs in it to rise.

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    My thermomix has arrived at my rep's and I'm locked in for a definite delivery Friday morning. I can't wait!

    DH has requested the mushroom risotto for dinner that night lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by French Pear View Post
    My thermomix has arrived at my rep's and I'm locked in for a definite delivery Friday morning. I can't wait!

    DH has requested the mushroom risotto for dinner that night lol
    had it tonight and DS (1.5yo) loved it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcuseMyFrench View Post
    had it tonight and DS (1.5yo) loved it!
    Look up recipe community! There are way more yummy risotto recipes. . Better than the mushroom one. The garlic prawn one is particularly yummy in my opinion.

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    Will do! Not a fan of prawn though but will look for others


 

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