Yes — you can cook pasta right in the Thermomix! This is a great example of tasty, creamy, decadent one-pot cooking that saves time, energy, and clean-up time. Quite delectable all around.
Reviewed videos for Thermomix information, techniques, and recipes.
Great explanations for making Thermomix Lemonade, Foccacia Bread, and Pumpkin Soup. All steps are clearly shown in this well-done presentation from Canada.
Using Thermomix to make yogurt in Ottawa, Canada… (Richard makes yogurt with help of a yogurt maker for incubation, but most Thermomix users do it without — we tell you how.)
Well worth watching because about half way through, you get to see how easily the Bimby bowl cleans itself. Nice step-by-step instructions on some easy recipes too, all on this Canadian video.
A thorough, professional recipe featuring Poire William and fresh pear in an elegant soufflé presentation from Chef Mark Best in Australia.
A light-hearted introduction explaining some of the basics functions of cooking with Thermomix. This demo covers a lot of ground and is worth watching to the end… many aspects are discussed by Tina in Vancouver.
What’s included in a Thermomix purchase? This video shares a little of Luigina’s excitement as she unpacks the Bimby delivery. Very helpful as it shows all components included in the TM31.
This is part 2 of the Introductory Thermomix Demo from Canada. Learn from hearing the participants asking their own questions.
From our delightful Thermomixin’ friend Maria in Australia, here’s a simple little video for tasty Raspberry-Lemon Sorbet. Fresh, easy, and oh-so-tasty!
Helene Meurer is a North American Thermomix enthusiast, blogger, and the producer of SuperKitchenMachine.
A thorough demonstration of dairy-free Thermomix Sorbet by Jad from Australia. Jad likes making his own Sorbet because he can reduce the sugar and fat content, ending up with fabulous results every time.
This video gives a gentle (no speaking), easy-flowing overview of several typical Bimby applications, from drinks, to desserts, to pizza and a full Sunday dinner prepared on one pot!
NO — you don’t need liquid nitrogen for Thermomix ice cream, but some folks just like to play with smoke. (Do not try this at home!)
A quick and simple milkshake for those who love Oreo Cookies — by David in London.
An Australian film animator puts Thermomix to the test in a way that most of us don’t need to know about.