I bought a mistral when they were on special, they are the same as the belini all the way down to the cook book that comes with them. There are loads of Bellini recipe sites online and you can use the thermomix recipes. 2 blades instead of 1 so no reverse, and it doesn't have built in scales but that's really not a problem. I'm just starting to use mine, but white/cheese sauce, custard, lemon curd, rocky road, potatoe and bacon soup have all been great. Clearly the thermomix is a superior machine, but I just couldn't justify the cost at this stage.. Perhaps if I use this one regularly I will convert over once this one dies.
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12-10-2014 14:41 #11Junior Member
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12-10-2014 15:31 #12
I have a bellini and find it a PITA. I find old school cooking easier if you have everything else ☺️
12-10-2014 15:35 #13
I absolutely love my Bellini.
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05-07-2015 23:51 #14Junior Member
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I have one, there is only hubby and myself but makes enough for 3 meals each for us, makes great lemon meringue pie filling. It does all the stirring for you. Hubby says best one i've made.
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