A totally healthy alternative to traditional egg-based mayo, Lunchbox Doctor’s Avocado Mayonnaise is fast and easy to make in the Thermomix. Eat it on its own, dollop it on a burger, slather it on a sandwich, serve it as a dip with crudités and/or savoury crackers, enjoy!
A delicious way to enhance the subtle flavour of our good friend the courgette. Full of summery flavours and ready in two minutes, start to finish!
If you love brownies but don’t love gluten, try these Gluten Free, Refined Sugar Free, Dairy Free Chewy Peanut Butter Brownies. You’ll get hooked on their subtly peanutty, caramel taste 😉
To take full advantage of this under-utilised part of your best friend in the kitchen, why not make an all-in-one healthy steamed meal? Here’s a template you can use to adapt whatever you like and whatever you have in the fridge.
Many thanks to Régal magazine, to the Alain Ducasse School of Cooking and to Miele France for this wonderful opportunity to discover new friends, new techniques and new products
These crackers are delightfully savoury and can be made with endless variations of nuts and seeds – especially handy when guests drop by unexpectedly and you need a quick cracker fix.
Where Madame Thermomix gets a recipe published in Dani Valent’s “In The Mix” cookbook and hosts a class in Dani’s UK book tour.
ThermoHubby John’s Orange- and Mint-Infused Crème Pâtissière is just one way Thermomix helps you take your cooking to new levels
One of my favourite salads is Caesar salad, said to have originated in the United States in the 1920’s and characterised by an amazing, creamy dressing loaded with garlic. Because of its fabulous blending power, your Thermomix is the perfect tool to make a wonderfully creamy, emulsified sauce.
Mmmmm… roast chicken for Sunday dinner – my favourite, and ThermoHubby John’s, too! I grind up some dried wild mushrooms in my trusty Thermomix 30 seconds/Speed 10, then mix in some butter (about 50 g) 10 seconds/Speed 5. Then I rub this gorgeous mixture under the breast skin of my chicken and roast it for a couple of hours.
Once upon a time, British food and produce had a poor reputation. No taste, overcooked, shoddy preparation. Sad to say, but true at the time. Then things began to change.
The specially-designed Thermomix Travel Bag is exactly what you need to travel with your Thermomix.
I’m sitting here revelling in a bowl of gluten-free porridge (oatmeal) with raspberries on top and a dash of milk. My goodness, it makes my heart sing! How was I to know that my best friend in the kitchen, Thermomix, and a bowl of oatmeal could make me so happy?
What do you do when you’re on a diet and can’t stand the idea of another salad, but salad ingredients are about all you’ve got in the fridge? How about Gazpacho?
I’m still on my diet and always looking for ways to make my meals tasty and enticing whilst keeping the fat content to a minimum. Steaming foods in my Thermomix’s Varoma steamer has been a tremendous help as it requires no fat, retains colour, and keeps flavours fresh and vivid.
Thermomix is a fantastic tool for preparing raw foods. Here are some basic raw recipes to get you going, including CADA, Purple Power Smoothie, Sunflower Herb Pâté, and Raw Carrot Ginger Soup.
The Varoma Steamer of your Thermomix is a fabulous tool for low-fat cooking. This is a very versatile recipe which can be adapted to feed up to 4-6 people with rice/potatoes, vegetables and even a sauce!
Enjoy your Khobz Moroccan Flat Bread made in the Thermomix with olives, couscous stews or tagines
Wherever there’s a party, Thermomix is a big help! Here we prepare salmon rillettes and blinis for our Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee street party!
Thermomix makes it fast and easy to eat healthy steamed food, including perfect rice.