January 22, 2012 by

video: Thermomix Spaghetti Carbonara by Freddie

Thermomix recipe Spaghetti Carbonara
from “Freddie Makes Carbonara in the Thermomix” by Forever Digital

Recently posted on vimeo and YouTube by a UK Thermomix fan, this little video demonstrates how kids enjoy cooking for themselves and the family using Thermomix. Freddie appears to be using the recipe for Spaghetti Carbonara from the Official Thermomix App, which is also found in the Thermomix cookbook “My Way of Cooking”.

Tip! If attempting to make the recipe directly from this video it will be helpful to refer to the “My Way of Cooking” Thermomix cookbook or the official Thermomix App. Or… just follow Freddie and when it’s time to cook the pasta do this: add 1200 g water and 1/2 teaspoon salt to the bowl and cook 10 min/100°C/REV/speed 1.  Then insert 350 g. spaghetti through the hole in lid and continue cooking at 100°C/REV/speed 1 for the time specified on your spaghetti package, or until you determine it’s done. Proceed to drain and mix with sauce as shown by Freddie.
Note: The official recipe for Thermomix Spaghetti Carbonara does not use REVERSE for cooking the pasta, but I always do so as a rule.


 


See 4 comments from people who cook with Thermomix:

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    Frogdancer 22 January 2012 at 4:19 pm (PERMALINK)

    Great video! My 15 year old son has embraced the thermomix, going to the recipe book and cooking something new whenever he gets a little bored during the summer holidays. It’s an unexpected bonus!

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    ThermomixBlogger Helene 22 January 2012 at 4:26 pm (PERMALINK)

    Hi Frogdancer and welcome to this blog! So true isn’t it?! Just another example of how Thermomix adds to the cooking experience. It’s so non-threatening and easy to use and everyone can have such yummy results. I love how it brings out the cook in everyone!

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    Quirky Jo 23 January 2012 at 10:49 pm (PERMALINK)

    Isn’t that great??? I love seeing kids cooking :D Thanks for sharing :)

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