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.
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!
The lovely ladies at Alyce Alexandra have very kindly sent me a copy of their gorgeous cookbook, “Recipes from our Cooking School” for me to offer to one lucky Why Is There Air reader in the UK, France, New Zealand or Australia. How good is that? Contest ends at noon UTC on Sunday 22nd May 2016.
Gluten free, Dairy free, Vegan and Vegetarian Coconut Milk Wraps with Sweet Chilli and Lime Dipping Sauce
This dish is simple and full of goodness and flavour. It’s a great way to get the kids to eat their vegetables, too. Makes 5 or 6 crêpes and can easily be doubled.
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 😉
@ThermOMG’s “Free” Brownies: Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Grain Free, Nut Free, Paleo. Simply delicious!
Easy to make and about as close to good for you as you’re likely to get in a delicious chocolate treat.
A proper crusty French bread with no gluten. Enjoy!
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.
A deliciously moist cake with a hint of coconut flavour that just happens to be gluten free and dairy free. You can use blackberries or blueberries in this recipe.
It’s so fast and easy to grind the ingredients freshly with your Thermomix, and this makes a wonderful difference to the flavour and nutrition. This focaccia is really tasty and has good texture and consistency so you can make it for your whole family and they’ll love it!
Quirky Jo’s recipe yields the closest I’ve seen to bread made from wheat flour. It’s very, very tasty, it’s flexible and bendy, and because you make a big batch that you keep in the fridge, you can make any number of individual loaves, bread rolls, baguettes or larger loaves, according to your needs and your fancy.
As soon as I saw these cookies on Sylvie Shirazi’s beautiful blog, Gourmande in the Kitchen, I knew I was in trouble. And I was right. This recipe should come with a warning: will cause serious damage to your resolve and your willpower!
Adapted for Thermomix by Madame Thermomix, this recipe is both gluten free and grain free, relying on eggs and coconut flour for its body and bulk.
ThermoHubby John’s Orange- and Mint-Infused Crème Pâtissière is just one way Thermomix helps you take your cooking to new levels
A Thermomix adapted recipe for a gorgeously rich yet light Chocolate Orange Cake that’s gluten-free as well. So you can have your cake and eat it, too 😉