It’s a concentrated and versatile sweet ‘n salty treat for committed carnivores and those who love them. (And it’s just a little bit too easy to make with Thermomix.)
Thermomix Bimby recipes
Spinach and home-made fresh cheese combine with simple curry flavours for a warmly spiced comfort food popular around the world. Everything is easier with Thermomix in the kitchen!
If you have still not used Thermomix for making great pizza dough at home, watch this video. Yes, it really is that easy, and that good.
Follow along and make multi-grain bread with clear instructions provided by two lovely Thermomix fans in Australia. The hardest part about this recipe is…
Slight tweaks to the standard Thermomix recipe make for a smooth and creamy “stout” with gingery bite. To those who are serious about ginger, it’s instantly pleasing in less than 60 seconds.
Truly faster and easier to make than yogurt. In fact, making fresh paneer cheese is so easy, there’s really no reason to leave home — except to buy more milk! (Click for three versions: plain, lemon, & spiced)
Dry coconut flakes are turned into creamy versatile coconut butter — and in less time than it takes to read about it. A super kitchen trick for a super kitchen machine!
Whether you call it “egg liqueur”, “Advocaat” or “Eierlikor”, this robust concoction is as easy to make as it is to drink. (And at a much better price too.)
Make this Master Chef’s recipe at home! Heston’s fanciful Meat Fruit could be the “bad boy” of molecular gastronomic fare. Pretty on the outside with a devilish secret. Seductive, impossible to resist, demands to be devoured and leaves you crying for more.
When Thermomix handles the kneading with expert precision, it’s easy to stretch your own home-made pizza dough into a culinary canvas. Come on, unleash your creativity and start playing with your food.
Kick off your shoes and get ready to boogie because Kale Chips are in the house! Guaranteed to blow your mind. Impossible to eat just one. Crazily devoured by children, parents, and yes — pets alike.
This tasty, popular and rewarding Thermomix recipe is especially easy for those new to Thermomix in USA. Includes US and international measures.
A Thermomix recipe “slideo” for Lebanese Toum that demonstrates how the smart design of TM31 cap and lid help to facilitate oil delivery for more successful emulsions.
Adapted from the Sydney food blog’s Toum recipe, this Thermomixed Lebanese sauce freshens the palate like a cloud of lemon fluff with garlic-tipped wings. Poetry in your mouth? Quite simply… yes.
A quick and easy Thermomix party dip inspired by a popular Canadian cocktail. Grab a celery stick and come celebrate your inner Canuck!
A light, frosty treat that is ideal on a hot day, but especially suitable for beginning Thermomix owners because it’s just so ridiculously easy to make.
How to cook great ribs? With Thermomix it’s easier than ever. This no-fail recipe will have friends running from near and far to eat at your table. And they’ll be licking their fingers all the way home!
A NOMA inspired “cheater recipe”, adapted specially for Thermomix fans who want to try something new. Bright and bold, yet refreshingly light at the same time. Fun to make and even more fun to eat!
A delectable licorice thrill that is not at all what you’d expect. Think of it as an over-the-top frozen Pernod Zabaglione that you can make in advance. Licorice root, anise liqueur, and tangy sweet lime sauce combine for a smoooooth surprise.
Is it a cake, or is it a bread? Moist and rich with apples, yogurt and toasted pecans oozing of caramel. Just the right balance between a little bit healthy and a little naughty. Easy to make in the middle of the day for the kids who’ll love this as an after-school snack.
(Great for beginning Thermomix users.) Do not underestimate the simple goodness of CADA: a popular four-ingredient breakfast recipe that is as delightful as it is easy. Sneak in a little bit of ginger to kick-start an extra good day!