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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Has anyone made sorbet in smaller quantities than recipes dictate? Is it as simple as halving everything?

    I'm making the strawberry, coconut & line sorbet tonight. There's no way I need the 2l it makes, nor do I have room in my freezer for leftovers!
    I would guess so. I often just do a small quantity of sorbet and don't use a recipe.

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    I feel like making something desserty tonight....but I don't have any eggs or milk. Any suggestions?? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    You'd have to poach them in the basket??
    That's what I thought but I wasnt sure about temperature and how long. ?? I made the mixture in thermomix... Then I ended up poaching in a saucepan. They turned out great. I made them a bit different. I hope dd likes them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellybub View Post
    I feel like making something desserty tonight....but I don't have any eggs or milk. Any suggestions?? Thanks!
    Fruity dream, sorbet, banana icecream

    That's all I've got with no milk or eggs sorry!

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    I have just made the big purchase and awaiting its arrival! I have never seen one before (only on the website) so I'm pretty excited!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bindy111 View Post
    I have just made the big purchase and awaiting its arrival! I have never seen one before (only on the website) so I'm pretty excited!!
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    You brought one without even seeing it on action?! Wow. It's exciting at the start

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    That's what I thought but I wasnt sure about temperature and how long. ?? I made the mixture in thermomix... Then I ended up poaching in a saucepan. They turned out great. I made them a bit different. I hope dd likes them.

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    I'd most likely put in the stock, boil the kettle and fill the jug so that the meatballs were covered and do on 100deg speed 1-2 for 4-5 min. I reckon that would work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    You brought one without even seeing it on action?! Wow. It's exciting at the start
    Yep... Online shopping will be the bane of my maternity leave... Lol.
    I'm just hoping it isn't a novelty at the start and gets shoved to the back of the cupboard. That is my biggest fear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I'd most likely put in the stock, boil the kettle and fill the jug so that the meatballs were covered and do on 100deg speed 1-2 for 4-5 min. I reckon that would work!
    Thank you. I'm thinking that would work. They took about 10 minutes in the saucepan.

    I just made my first ever bread!!! Very exciting and tastes amazing. Though I'm not sure it did rise enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Thank you. I'm thinking that would work. They took about 10 minutes in the saucepan.

    I just made my first ever bread!!! Very exciting and tastes amazing. Though I'm not sure it did rise enough.

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    The bread looks great, I made some today too, to go with my jam that I also made!ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1383545056.635886.jpg

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