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    Default Thermomix - which dish would convert you?

    The Thermomix lady has agreed to come and demonstrate whichever dishes I choose - so, thermo lovers which dish do you think is *the* dish to convert a non-thermomixer? What should I ask her to make?

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    It depends what you're into!!

    I have a TM31 so not sure how the recipes are now, but I would say for a start:

    Lemon butter
    Five seed bread
    Custard (the vanilla one is beautiful!)
    Amatriciana sauce

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    I always thought it wouldn't make enough food but I've been cooking quirky cooking recipes and it makes soooooo much we could eat for 3days!

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    Ohh thanks harvs - some good options there. Lemon curd would definitely be a winner in this house.

    We eat just about anything, and we are pretty confident cooks (make our own jam, bread, etc from time to time) so I guess I'm looking for the day to day things that make life easier?

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    Definitely bread but a different variety. Laucke make a barossa sour dough flour which is great.

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    I've had an old thermomix for about 5 years and used it a handful of times until 6 months ago when I moved to Australia. Since finding the online recipes I've used it almost everyday and for me I find it most useful to make evening meals. Even things that I would normally make before doing them in the thermomix is a lot easier and less cleaning etc. I've also found the baking recipes great. The other day I made salted caramel fudge and it was delicious.

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    Bechamel sauce! ! I love that thermie whips that up while I'm doing other stuff.
    Lemon curd is a winner here. Plus strawberry jam.

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    Oh and the creamy tomato fettuccine in the everyday cookbook. It's yummy.

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    If your going brownies you've gotta try the Masterchef extreme brownies. And add some frozen raspberries... Drooling now!

    I love quirky cooking brown rice soup (and the chicken stock in the recipe), rice pudding (takes a long time tho), quirky cooking chicken satay, bread rolls, strawberry jam, dips, so much really!!


 

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