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Everyday Thermo Cooking contents
« on: May 11, 2017, 08:20:15 am »
Alyce Alexandra's latest book
https://thetmshop.com.au/products/everyday-thermo-cooking?utm_source=alyce+alexandra+AU+%26+NZ&utm_campaign=1f81bdd166-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_05_11&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_b455bf3da3-1f81bdd166-29329077&mc_cid=1f81bdd166&mc_eid=cfeb045f89

break the fast

pink chia puddings
crunchy maple pecan clusters
crispy kale fritters
lazy breakfast loaf
macadamia milk
honey porridge
breakfast latte
coconut yoghurt
smoothie bowl
mexican hollandaise

snacks on

chocolate cookie dough balls
sweet and spicy nuts
extra punchy hummus
apricot delights
cheese and vegemite scrolls
green olive dip
hazelnut and cranberry crackers
lavender coffee tonic
loryn’s tropical ‘juice’
fudgy chocolate fig slice
creamy tomato and basil spread
savoury summer tart
chilli soy oysters

quick fix meals

korean rice bowl
vietnamese trout salad
one bowl mushroom spaghetti
rice and black bean burritos
creamy zucchini soup
potato and fried egg salad
lamb with herby yoghurt lentils
garlic chilli sardines on toast
garlic and white wine mussel pots
moreish meatballs
+ well stocked

meatless mondays

thai pumpkin soup
mushroom bolognaise
fresh green curry
chilli olive spaghetti
sushi mash-up
curried lentil sausage rolls
vegan beetroot burgers

low and slow

rich brisket ragu
korean beef ribs
lamb shoulder with salsa verde
massaman beef curry
+ bones about it

super sides

mashed potato
soft polenta
crunchy leaves with ranch dressing
garlic pull-apart
pickled salad
focaccia
fresh charcoal pasta
corn salad

easy entertaining

chickpea curry
slow beef curry
roti bread
tamerind mint riata
spiced coconut rice
spiced cauliflower
mango chutney
coconut mango lassi
chai panna cottas
+ how to make entertaining easy

waste not want not

curry noodle soup
crispy dripping potatoes
coconut macaroons
ricotta
tuna mornay
anything goes baos
herb vinaigrette
green smoothie guide
frugal frittata guide
soup guide (money-saving minestrone)
risotto guide
stock concentrate guide

homemade is best

chocolate cake
butterscotch ice cream
peanut butter choc pops
matcha passionfruit chia parfait
anzac biscuits
choc macadamia cookies
individual ‘baked’ cheesecakes
cheats vanilla slice
peach and mango sorbet
yoghurt cheesecake
boozy berry fool
after dinner mint hot choc
+ pretty as a picture

flavour makers

healthy hoisin
herbed mayo
lemon myrtle dukkah
salad seed sprinkles
facon
satay sauce
barbecue sauce
easy kimchi-kraut
corn and mustard chutney
tomato chutney
rhubarb and ginger relish
flavour bomb salt
garlic cubes
caramelised orange balsamic
lemon meyer infused oil
rhubarb raspberry and vanilla jam
quick toffee caramel sauce
coconut caramel
« Last Edit: May 11, 2017, 08:22:52 am by judydawn »
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Re: Everyday Thermo Cooking contents
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2017, 12:44:14 pm »
Another book for us to consider. I believe Tenina is doing another one too. Not so long ago it was very hard to find anything, anywhere.
May all dairy items in your fridge be of questionable vintage.

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Re: Everyday Thermo Cooking contents
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2017, 01:29:24 pm »
There are others out there too cookie, a GF one from HO for example but unless I stumble across a contents list there's no point listing it here. 
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Re: Everyday Thermo Cooking contents
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2017, 04:07:28 pm »
Quite a few recipes in this new AA book. As Cookie said it was not long ago that there were hardly any recipes for the Thermomix.Times have certainly changed.
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