May 26, 2011 by

Cook-along video recipe: Salmon Tikka (UK Thermomix)

cook along thermomix video
Cook-along video recipes provide all the info needed to prepare a complete meal alongside your portable media player. They are fun for everyone and particularly helpful to new Thermomix owners and those who consider buying a Thermomix in the future. Read on to discover why this Salmon Tikka recipe video stands out.

If this video doesn’t play on your device, click here to watch it on YouTube.

What makes this video worth watching?

  • This is a complete meal recipe on video. We can cook-along while watching, pause the video as needed, and repeat sections as necessary.
  • Janie Turner (director of Thermomix UK) is a master demonstrator who explains all functions and recipe processes in clear, concise terms.
  • UK Thermomix shares two recipes from its popular book, “Fast and Easy Indian Cooking.”  (For those who don’t yet have the book, this is a real treat!)
  • All instructions and ingredient quantities are clearly indicated for making delicious aromatic Tikka paste from scratch, for steaming salmon and beans in the Varoma, and for steaming rice in the Thermomix bowl below. Multiple functions are demonstrated in a single video.
  • Additional tips are included during the presentation; new Thermomix owners gain even more insights from an expert presenter.
  • Good close-up camera views show important Thermomix dashboard functions and Varoma applications.
  • The video recipe’s pace is calm and unrushed, allowing those who do not yet own Thermomix to benefit as well. Yes, it really is so easy to prepare a full healthy meal in the Thermomix, and this video may inspire people to try it!

See 9 comments from people who cook with Thermomix:

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    Marnie 26 May 2011 at 6:47 am (PERMALINK)

    Just to let you know I made this last week and instead of beans, I had asparagus. It made two jars just as shown, so gave one away. It was delicious and am now going to put it on chicken.

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    Mara 26 May 2011 at 11:07 am (PERMALINK)

    I want to encourage everyone to take a look at all the other videos by Janie Turner. They’re a treat in everyway!
    Thanks for making them more easily available, Helene.

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    ThermomixBlogger Helene 26 May 2011 at 1:14 pm (PERMALINK)

    Okay Marnie, I’m right behind you… I made the Tikka paste yesterday while cooking along and will add photos a.s.a.p. The recipes from “Fast and Easy Indian Cooking” are a new kind of “yum” for me and lots of fun — chicken is next, here too ;-)

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    ThermomixBlogger Helene 26 May 2011 at 1:16 pm (PERMALINK)

    Thanks Mara — I fully agree… am just blogging about these as I find the time. They are excellent, Janie Turner is a super presenter and I am learning so much from her.

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    Cherie 17 July 2011 at 3:06 am (PERMALINK)

    Hi, I live in Malaysia, how to order the cook book? Tq.
    Great healthy recipe.

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    ThermomixBlogger Helene 17 July 2011 at 7:22 pm (PERMALINK)

    Hi Cherie: Just ask the Thermomix consultant who sold you your machine and/or the local distributor for a copy of this book. You will love it, there are so many useful recipes and simple tips like how to make your own Coconut Milk! It’s truly one of the best Thermomix cookbooks out there.

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    Mara 23 November 2011 at 12:57 am (PERMALINK)

    This recipe is one of my all-time faves because I just love using the Varoma and the all-in-one-meals. It’s great for busy weeknight dinners. I meant, weeknight dinner spinner.

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    Susanne 19 July 2014 at 8:17 am (PERMALINK)

    Good recipe , but not served very nice and portions are way too much.


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