24 August 2014 > best Thermomix sites, Make your own ingredients, Recipes on video

video: How to make Coconut Milk Yogurt with Thermomix

Meet Jill on the new ThermoHOW video channel! This first video recipe from ThermoHOW teaches her simple method for how to make coconut milk yoghurt using Thermomix.

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20 June 2014 > Make your own ingredients, Recipes on video

Quirky Cooking Coconut Cream (Thermomix recipe)

Are you wondering how to make thick coconut cream from scratch using Thermomix? Cook along with fave blogger Jo Whitton to save time and money. Easy recipe and tips from Quirky Cooking.

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24 March 2013 > Breads

One-minute Thermomix Dutch Oven bread

Your most impressive best Thermomix bread can be made in just one minute. Guaranteed to change the way you think about bread. Just add butter!

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21 October 2012 > Breads, Recipes on video

video: Tenina’s Naan Bread for Thermomix recipe

Australia’s best-loved thermal mixing recipe developer demonstrates how easy it is to make Naan bread at home using our favourite kitchen machine.

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17 October 2012 > Breads

How to bake like a pro — make your own bagels!

Authentic artisanal bagels are extremely rewarding and easy to make. Even beginner cooks can feel like a pro with Thermomix. (The hardest thing is deciding what to put on top.)

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19 July 2012 > Make your own ingredients, Recipes on video, Tips & Techniques

video tutorial: How to make butter with Thermomix

Meet Thermovixens Megs and Cass in a helpful tutorial demonstration for how to make butter at home with Thermomix. Helpful tips on storing and making healthy, spreadable butter.

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06 May 2012 > Make your own ingredients, Recipes on video

video: Easy family-size mayonnaise recipe by Tracie

Don’t be intimidated by the thought of making your own mayonnaise! Watch as new Thermomix owner Tracie (Australia) easily whips up a family-sized batch that’s perfect for Thermomix beginners.

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27 January 2012 > Make your own ingredients

Balsamic Vinegar Reduction

Don’t let the simplicity of this recipe fool you. Basic balsamic vinegar reduction is as easy as it is versatile — all the more reason to put on the creative pants and warm up the Thermomix! How do Thermomix fans use this intense, edgy ingredient?

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05 December 2011 > Basic functions explained, Recipes on video, Tips & Techniques

video: making Iced Puff Pastry

A rough puff video to demonstrate the Iced Puff Pastry recipe and technique. Warning: this is not a professional video, but watching it will change the way you make appetizers forever!

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05 December 2011 > breakfast, lunch, dinner, Make your own ingredients, Snacks & Parties

Iced Puff Pastry Recipe

Why use ice water when you can use ice? Harness the power of Thermomix to make quick and easy puff pastry for supreme sweet and savory treats of all kinds!

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05 November 2011 > Make your own ingredients

Thermomix makes many milks! (a dairy-free index)

Thermomix excels at making easy dairy-free milk alternatives. Use this handy list of links to find favorite recipes for Thermomix milk from almond, cashew, coconut, rice, soy, oats and quinoa!

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30 October 2011 > best Thermomix sites, Recipes, Thermomix in the news!

free recipes from ‘in the mix’ Thermomix cookbook

Thanks to the immediate popularity of Dani Valent’s “in the mix”, Thermomix fans inside and outside Australia can now enjoy free sample recipes from this game-changing Thermomix cookbook. Click!

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05 August 2011 > Delicious Dessert Ideas

Coconut Milk in Thermomix Lemon Custard Recipe

Use the super kitchen machine to make Lemon Custard that is dairy-free AND saves money too!

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15 July 2011 > Make your own ingredients

Make your own COCONUT MILK for super savings!

Save big money on coconut milk — make your own with Thermomix and save 85%. Thanks to “Fast and Easy Indian Cooking” for three easy methods.

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27 June 2011 > Recipes, Uncategorized

Thermomix Hummingbird Food Recipe (Nectar)

It’s easier than ever to feed our wee feathered friends and keep them coming back. Now we can make a fresh batch of hummingbird nectar while checking email or taking a shower. That’s so easy, it’s almost scandalous!

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26 May 2011 > Recipes, Recipes on video

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

A “cook-along” video from UK Thermomix for making Tikka paste from scratch, steaming salmon and beans in the Varoma while rice cooks below. Excellent presentation from an expert.

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16 May 2011 > Make your own ingredients

How to make easy fresh Ricotta cheese & save 55%!

It’s quick and simple. Creamy, deliciously pure, and so versatile. All that, and we save money too? Oh yah.

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22 March 2011 > Make your own ingredients

This paneer cheese recipe is easier than yogurt!

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)

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19 March 2011 > Make your own ingredients

Creamy COCONUT BUTTER recipe — from dry flakes!

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!

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15 March 2011 > Make your own ingredients, Snacks & Parties

Easy Egg Liqueur (Advocaat, Eierlikör)

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.)

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13 January 2011 > Snacks & Parties

cheezy oven-baked (or not) Kale Chips recipe!

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.

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