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My Best Butter Chicken Ever! - Quirky Cooking. Recipe Cauliflower soup with bacon dust by Thermomix in Australia - Recipe of category Soups. Skinnymixer's LCHF Chicken Kiev - skinnymixers. Skinnymixer's All-in-one Chicken Dinner - skinnymixers. Recipe Guacamole by Thermomix in Australia - Recipe of category Sauces, dips & spreads. Recipe Hummus by We Love Thermomixing - Recipe of category Sauces, dips & spr...

Thermomix - Chicken in Yogurt (Indian Recipe), Steamed Basmati Rice. You’ve got a thermomix, now what to make. If there is one question that new thermomix owners have it is ‘What to make?’.

you’ve got a thermomix, now what to make

You’ve waited patiently for it to arrive or maybe you are borrowing it from a friend and you want to know what to make. My best advice is to keep it simple. Don’t go for the fancy recipes from the very beginning. Get the basics under your belt – pizza dough, cookies, cooking rice with some vegies on top, curry and a simple pasta dish. Then once you’re confident and you understand how it all works, then you can tackle something a bit trickier. Pizza dough you make the dough, divide it up between the kids, they shape their dough and do the toppings and you put in the oven. Simple cake still loving this simple tea cake recipe. Choc chip cookies we love the choc chip cookie recipe in the thermomix. Bread making bread in the thermomix is too easy and the house smells so wonderful. Anzacs I really like the anzacs in the thermomix. Best ever scones in the thermomix.

Recently during the holidays we had some new friends over for morning tea.

best ever scones in the thermomix

And I decided to try a lemonade scone recipe. Big mistake, they were taking forever to cook and just didn’t turn out as well as I hoped. In fact I’ve never had that much luck with lemonade scones. Maybe it’s just me. So I went back to basics and CWA’s Prize Winning Scone recipe from 1972, converted to the thermomix with a few tweaks including buttermilk which I had leftover in the fridge. If you place your scones on the baking tray touching each other you’ll have nice soft edges on your scones which I just love. We made a plate of scones, took them outside and the kids enjoyed them before running off to play leaving my little guy to finish the plate off. Epic Chocolate Fudge Cake Recipe. I recently spent the day out at my mum’s house going through her recipe collection.

Epic Chocolate Fudge Cake Recipe

I don’t know if it’s because I love food and I’ve been chubby forever, but I’ve loved flicking through her recipes ever since I can remember. Doing it again all these years later made me so happy and nostalgic. There were recipes there that have been passed down through her family, and I am so excited about working my way through them all. Lacey had a bake stall at school, so it was the perfect opportunity to get my bake on, and then promptly remove all the baked goods from our home {and temptation}. This chocolate fudge cake is epic simply because it is. AND when I turned up to the school bake sale, the chocolate cake had already sold out… so that’s saying something. Ingredients 125g butter, softened 1 1/2 cups brown sugar 2 eggs 1 cup milk 1 1/2 cups plain flour 3 teaspoons baking powder 2/3 cup cocoa powder Icing 1/2 cup sour cream 40g butter, softened 1 cup icing sugar, sifted 150g dark chocolate, melted. Making Spreadable Butter in the Thermomix - Quirky Cooking.

Homemade butter tastes so much better than bought butter!

Making Spreadable Butter in the Thermomix - Quirky Cooking

Most bought butters have additives and preservatives in them, some have colours, and non-organic butters also contain residues from the drugs fed to cows, and the pesticides in their feed. By using organic cream to make your own, you can have a delicious butter that’s free from all the ‘nasties’ at a fraction of the cost. You’ll get the best savings by buying your cream in bulk. We can buy cream in 2 litre bottles from our local organic dairy, and it works out much cheaper than bought butter. Some shops will also sell cream in 2 litre bottles, so ask around. With the Thermomix, making butter is a cinch. This spread works well in all recipes that call for butter – cakes, biscuits, scones, even lemon butter. Blog - Quirky Cooking. Grain Free, Egg Free Chocolate Banana Cake I had a funny thing happen the other day.

Blog - Quirky Cooking

I was asked to speak at the local CWA’s annual general meeting, and cook something for them. I decided to take a cake along and show them how to make my dairy free ‘ganache from scratch’, and decorate the cake with it. As usual I was thinking about a zillion other things while I baked (like my talk for The Wellness Summit – eek, two weeks to go!!) , so I wasn’t really focusing on the recipe. Well, when I got home from the meeting I had some ganache left over in the bowl, so I poured it over my ‘failed’ cake and popped it into the fridge to set.