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    Default New to the thermomix world. Help me out with recipes etc

    Hi there,

    So I'm getting a thermomix (hooray for 24 months interest free!!!) -- I have been chipping away at my husband for months to get one, so I'm going to be under A LOT of pressure in the first few weeks to "prove" to him that it was worth it!

    So......

    Hit me up with your all time favourite recipes - bonus points if they're super easy & quick!!

    Also keen to know if there are any favourite blogs or recipe books etc that are your standard go-to's

    Thanks

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    The mushroom risotto in the Everyday Cookbook is awesome. Also really like the Quirky Cooking book (she also has a FB page with the same name).

    I'd recommend browsing FB for some pages. Other than Quirky Cooking I think ThermoMeg is good. I'll see if I'm following anymore.

    We used our heaps when we first got it, but it's been unloved lately. Need to dust it off!

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    Skinnymixers, the road to loving my thermomixer, thermobexta, quirky cookinh are all great. Have a look at your basic cookbook (and chip) when it arrives. I really like the mongolian lamb recipe from it and the creamy tomato and chorizo pasta.

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    I just google "thermomix xyz" for whatever recipe i want. Ie "thermomix muffins" "thermomix impossible pie" etc etc and just have a quick read of any top ones that come up

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    The road to loving my thermomixer is a fav.
    Some of my fav recipes are
    Creamy tomato fettucine
    Garlic prawn risotto
    Love mashed potato in thermie..so creamy
    There's a soy glazed salmon coconut rice veggie thing in recipe community.
    Just go to recipe community. You'll find heaps. Plus reviews on if they're good.

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    Skinnymixers butter chicken is the bomb, quirky cooking cashew chicken satay with coconut rice is sensational, creamy tomato and salami fettuccine from the chip is yum,

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    Quirky Jo's Chicken and Cashew stirfry and anything Skinnymixer has being a winner.

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    I second Quirky Cookings chicken cashew satay and pretty much any of her all-in-one meals. Her book is worth getting we also love the Vietnamese fish curry, the bbq chicken, the tikka salmon, creamy chicken & brown rice soup.

    For healthy lunches there is a good salad recipe on the tmx recipe community I think it's called cleansing Spring salad. It's my go-to week lunch chuck it all in and Chop, makes enough for a few lunches.

    I personally find a lot of the main meal recipes from the Everyday Cookbook pretty bland. So don't be too disappointed as there are much better recipes out there.

    I love making biscuits and cakes etc in it too it's so fast and easy I often throw together a batch of cookies or bliss balls before breakfast. Well before I had a newborn that is, now I make them whenever I have a spare 10 mins.

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    I second the chicken and mush risotto for the EDC. But I don't put mush in, I put sundried tomato and baby spinach in.
    The skinny mixers is also amazing! Hubby is loving those books. And basically if you Google what you want and add thermomix to the end you'll find one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby_Tuesday15 View Post
    Skinnymixers butter chicken is the bomb, quirky cooking cashew chicken satay with coconut rice is sensational, creamy tomato and salami fettuccine from the chip is yum,
    I second these. The chicken cashew satay is DIVINE! The skinnymixers curry sausages is yum too. We also like the lasagne from the EDC, and The Angry Thyriod has a great mince risotto. There's also things like cupcakes and brownies from the recipe community that are awesome! Have fun

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