This is one of my all-time favourite soups, not only because it carries the sentimental value of having been Thermomix demonstration soup recipe for UK Thermomix, but because I just love the way the red pepper taste blends with the tomato. And the pinch of cayenne pepper really lifts the whole soup. You can optimise the use of your Thermomix by steaming meat and vegetables in the Varoma while your soup cooks for up to 30 minutes before blending.
These tasty fish parcels are not only fat-free and hCG Phase 2 compliant, they’re just plain delicious! And it’s a great way to make use of your Varoma steamer, too 😉
A deep and earthy soup made from two of my favourite ingredients, mushrooms and chestnuts. Use chicken stock for extra flavour or vegetable stock for a vegetarian treat. Absolutely gorgeous! Makes 8 starter servings or 4 large bowls.
Hate waste? Need inspiration? Turn your scraps and a few bits from the fridge into a fabulous lunch for one! And with no added fat, it’s great if you’re watching your weight.
This is my go-to recipe for pea and mint soup. Fast, easy, delicious! Serves 2 as a main course or 4 as a starter.
What to do when you get home hungry? How about a fat-free lunch for one?
The gentle stirring of Thermomix allows for fat-free sautéing and stewing, preserving all the tastes of your ingredients. Add some potatoes and you’ve got a fat-free all-in-one Varoma meal.
This is the first in a series of fat-free meal ideas that you can create in your Thermomix Varoma using whatever you have to hand in your cupboards and refrigerator. Use your imagination and couple it with the amazing tool that is your Thermomix and you will have fast and easy, healthy, creative and economical food that tastes brilliant!
Madame Thermomix’s Matambre (steamed stuffed steak rolls) with Argentinian Chimichurri Sauce is a healthy, tasty meal to make with your Thermomix. It’s Gluten free and Low Fat, too!
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.
As you may know, Dear Reader, if you follow me on Twitter, that I tweet about Thermomix in an effort to raise public awareness of my best friend in the
Thermomix blended Soups are the Best Kept Secret of Dieting. Soup keeps you feeling fuller for longer than solid food, and it’s a great way to use up leftovers and cut down on waste.
In addition to creating fast and easy, healthy dishes for you and your family and to cleaning itself, Thermomix also saves you time by doing the cooking and stirring for you. So you can get on with the more important things in life.
Making blended soups from start to finish in just one bowl in the Thermomix is fast and easy – it’s done in about 20 minutes, in fact. Enjoy this easy Mushroom Soup recipe.
My friend Brigitte served us a wonderful, fresh starter of Broccoli, Prawn and Ginger Salad which I promptly converted for the Thermomix. Bon appétit !