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The Best Thermomix Recipes

If you own a thermomix machine, then you’re probably wondering about all the great recipes you can make with it. You’re probably thinking about slicing zucchini, making curry, or whipping up some cakes and cupcakes. But what about soups, pies, and other delicious foods? Here are some of the best thermomix recipes you can try.

Beef curry

If you’re looking for a calorie dense dish that’s a delight to the tastebuds, try out this beef curry thermomix recipe. It’s a slam dunk for your waistline and your wallet.

As for ingredients, you’ll need two red onions, a red curry paste, a few tablespoons of butter, a cup of water, a quarter teaspoon of salt, a quarter teaspoon of pepper and a quarter teaspoon of sugar. To be on the safe side, you’ll want to make your curry in two batches. This will ensure that you get a nice sear without overcooking your prized cut of meat.

Once you’ve got your pan on the stove, you’re ready to go. In a large, heavy-bottomed saucepan, place the aforementioned red curry paste. You can also add a few cloves of garlic, a cup of hot water, a quarter teaspoon of salt, and a quarter teaspoon of pepper. Add the onion and cook for 5 seconds on speed 5.

After this, you can move on to the actual cooking of your entrée. Place the cubes of meat into the pan in a single layer, and leave them to sear for a few minutes. Then turn them over, and sear them on all sides. Do this for about four minutes.

To finish off the meal, you’ll want to top off the beef with a dollop of coconut milk. While you’re at it, don’t forget to throw in a few potatoes. These should be added 15 minutes before you want to serve your meal.

Spinach and cheese gozleme

Spinach and cheese gozleme are delicious and easy to make. These flatbreads are filled with spinach and feta and they taste best cooked in a hot, frying pan. They are a great appetizer for parties or as a snack. You can also freeze leftovers for future use.

To start, make the dough. You can either knead it by hand or you can use a stand mixer to mix it. Then, you can let it rest for 30 minutes. This makes the dough light and pliable. If the dough is too stiff, add extra water.

Once the dough is ready, roll it out into a large rectangle. It is important to keep the dough covered with plastic wrap. When you are ready to cook the gozleme, you can brush the surface with olive oil or soft butter.

After a few minutes, add the filling. You can choose from a wide variety of fillings. Some of the most popular include spiced ground lamb, spiced ground beef, potatoes, spinach, feta and more.

Add the fillings and spread them in a thin layer. Sprinkle the mixture evenly with salt.

Place the remaining half of the dough over the feta and spinach. Fold the right side of the dough towards the center. Seal the edges with a fork.

Cook the gozleme on the griddle or in the oven. They should be a golden color on both sides.

Zucchini slice

Whether you’re looking for a tasty, low-calorie snack or a nutritious, hearty dinner, zucchini slice is a great choice. It’s a gluten-free and keto-friendly recipe that’s also quick and easy to make. You can either bake it, cook it in the microwave or use a thermal cooker.

Thermomix is an excellent appliance to use in preparing a delicious zucchini slice. It’s fast, easy and can be made with just a few basic ingredients.

For a classic savoury slice, start by grating a medium-brown onion. Add the onion to the Thermomix bowl and grate it for about five minutes. Use a wooden skewer to check if the slices are cooked.

When ready, remove the onions from the bowl and transfer them to a baking dish. Bake for forty minutes.

If you’re making a gourmet version of this slice, you can add sliced tomatoes, crumbled goat’s cheese or pancetta to the mixture. To give the slice a more moist texture, you can replace some of the vegetable oil with canola oil.

For a vegan version, skip the bacon and substitute it with ham. Be sure to drain the excess moisture from the slices.

Zucchini slices are perfect for a family picnic or lunch box. They can be stored in the refrigerator or freezer for up to three months.

For a keto-friendly version, don’t sift the self-raising flour. Alternatively, you can use two teaspoons of baking powder instead.

Chicken noodle soup

Chicken noodle soup is a tasty dish, ideal for the winter. It is a mixture of chicken, noodles and vegetables. You can make it with a thermomix or a conventional method.

You can choose to use any type of chicken. The soup is delicious, rich and nutritious. There are different herbs and spices you can add.

You can freeze this recipe for up to three months. To store it, you will need a container that is airtight and covered.

If you are planning to freeze the soup, you will need to remove the pasta and keep it in a separate bowl. This will allow you to reheat it when you are ready to serve.

You will need a large saucepan and a Thermomix. Fill it with olive oil. Place a bay leaf on the lid. Cook over medium heat. Add your vegetables. For a hearty soup, you can also add mushrooms and spring onions.

For a thicker soup, you can also add a few extra cups of water. When serving, sprinkle some parsley on the top.

For a more oriental flavour, you can add some soy sauce and a sweet chilli. In some cultures, the soup is served with fresh corn. Alternatively, you can use dried basil to add a little flavour.

A homemade thermomix chicken noodle soup is hearty, filling and nutritious. If you want to take a break from cooking, you can even make it with a store-bought mix.

Cakes and cupcakes

Thermomix cupcakes are a great alternative to traditional baking. For starters, they’re a lot easier to make than to bake. Plus, they’re a fun and easy way to test out your baking skills. With the right ingredients, you can make some delicious creations. If you’re feeling adventurous, try your hand at a more complex recipe.

There are a slew of Thermomix cake and cupcake recipes to choose from. From the aforementioned aforementioned chocolate mud cupcake to the most basic of cupcakes, you’re sure to find something you’ll love. Whether you’re into red velvet, red wine, or just plain old cake, there’s a Thermomix recipe for you. Some are even gluten free. Toss a couple in the oven and your family is in for a treat. It’s the perfect time of year to whip up a few batches of treats.

While we’re on the topic of cakes and cupcakes, why not go for the gold with a chocolate pudding a la Nigella? If you’re not feeling the baking urge, why not try your hand at a date and nut pudding with some whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon? Just be sure to keep the calories low. And while you’re at it, why not give your tastebuds a treat by making an epic chocolate and beetroot scone? You won’t regret it.

Of course, no Thermomix cake or muffin recipe is complete without the occasional failsafe. The following are a few tried and true favorites.


If you’re looking for some of the best thermomix soup recipes, you’re in the right place! Thermomix is a powerful blender that can blend vegetables and make the perfect soup in no time.

Soups are a wonderful way to warm up in the summer, and they can be enjoyed as a main dish or as a healthy starter. It can also be frozen for later, and there are several gluten-free options. You can also store the cooked soup in a zip-lock bag for up to three months.

To get started with your soup, first chop the garlic and onion. Then saute the vegetables in oil for five to six minutes.

Add the stock and stir until well blended. Then add the carrots and coriander. Let the mixture cook for another five to six minutes.

When the vegetables are cooked, puree the mixture. Taste the soup and adjust the seasonings. For example, fresh parsley is perfect in this soup. Garam masala is also a good choice. Lastly, you can add a swirl of yoghurt.

If you prefer to make this recipe without your Thermomix, you can use a hand blender instead. Just be careful not to over-blend!

This recipe is very easy to prepare. Just be sure to follow the directions carefully, and your soup will be delicious!

Carrot and Coriander Soup is the ideal Autumn evening meal. It’s quick and simple to make, and can be stored in an airtight container for up to three months.

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