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Soups / Re: Prawn Soup - Delicious and Easy
« on: January 28, 2011, 08:34:50 pm »
In my opinion it is an all year soup :D!
it is very lovely and nice in the Winter but allthou refreshing in the summer.
 8) 8) 8)

Soups / Re: Prawn Soup - Delicious and Easy
« on: January 28, 2011, 02:27:26 pm »
Hi Katya :D

Once again detect my difficulties in the translation to your language :D :D :D

Thank you for letting me now - I corrected It!

(A crab wouldn┤t be easy to mashed in the TM - it certainly would be a mess ;D ;D ;D)

 8) 8) 8)

Soups / Prawn Soup - Delicious and Easy
« on: January 27, 2011, 07:26:12 pm »

Hello  :)

Since I found this recipe on this blog
I made it so many times!
It is very easy to make and has the goodthing that we can use the Prawn completely with shell and everything!
I hope you enjoy this as much as I d and here it goes:


300 gr Prawns with shell
Olive oil
1 onion
2 garlic cloves
2 tomatoes
2 tablespoons tomato paste
2 tablespoons flour
1.2 liters of water
Fresh coriander
Salt and cayenne pepper

Peel the prawns -  set aside: heads and body shells on one side and prawn "meat"  separate!! (DONT throw away shells and heads !!!!)

In the TM:
Onion, garlic and tomatoes - 5 seconds 5 Level

Add a dash of olive oil - 6 min - Temperature Varoma / Level spoon

Now add Tomato paste, Prawn meat - 2 minutes / Temp Varome / level spoon

Now add the shells and heads  and again - 2 minutes, same temperature and level!

stir the flour on top and mix a little with spatula.

Add the water, salt and pepper - 20 minutes / temperature Varoma / Level 1

Now everything has to be mashed in 20 seconds on level 9 (I always do on 2 times -  first half then the rest)

Now get the soup through a fine sieve to  eliminate hard things left. 
And already the soup is ready to serve with a pinch of fresh coriander on top!


Bread / Re: Isi┤s easy Portuguese Rolls
« on: January 22, 2011, 09:58:59 pm »
hello lizzie
I'm anxious to know the result!
 I hope everything goes well and you can recall Portuguese flavours,
Kind regards

Cakes / Re: Cinnamon Cookies
« on: January 20, 2011, 11:24:58 am »

These cookies  are soft and melt in the mouth so I think it is nothing wrong with your result. Cracking ornot the flavour is the most important ;)

Desserts / Re: Pudding / Mousse (Strawberry)
« on: January 13, 2011, 09:26:50 am »

My English - arghhhhhhhh   -

I am going to put it right!

Did you put it in the freezer judy?  You are too fast -lol - you made it while I am sleeping on this side of the world lol lol lol┤

Desserts / Pudding / Mousse (Strawberry)
« on: January 13, 2011, 12:51:44 am »
Hello :)

 Now here I am with a delicious recipe that resulted from a failed experiment in making a mousse that finally resulted in a beautiful pudding!
 It was really delicious and 100% Natural which is great!
 The next time I will make with raspberries because I imagine also be very delicate. Since thouse Strawberrys were crying for help I used them and it turned out deliciouse

Name of Recipe:

Number of people: Give to an average six to seven desertglasses

350 grams of strawberries without the green ;)
100 grams White Chocolate
Milk .........
30 grams Sugar
30 grams Flour Cornstarch


Crush the strawberries 10 seconds on speed 6
Put aside
Grind the chocolate Level 10 for 10 sec.

Put the Butterfly
Now put the scale on zero and add the strawberrys
Complete the cup with milk to make up to 600 grams!!
Add the sugar and corn starch
Programm the TMX 9 Minutes - 90║ - Level 2 (without the litle cup on the hole ;))

 Fill it in to glasses and put in the Fridge!
Serve it fresh.

 Hope you enjoy it!


member' comments
JD - I've just whipped up 1/2 recipe using frozen blueberries (not blackberries as the photo says). This is lovely, thanks isi.

I then turned a small amount of this pudding into a lovely ice-cream later.
I lightly beat 200g cream with 2 tablespoons icing sugar until soft peaks formed then folded in 100g of this pudding mixture  (mine was blueberry) and 2 caps of orange liqueur.  Left it for a couple of hours in the freezer then beat it in the TMX for 20 seconds on speed 8.  Returned it to the freezer for 3 more hours and it was ready to eat.  Very nice indeed.

jkmt -  I used coconut milk instead of milk. The mix tastes very yummy and looks like it will set to a lovely light dessert.

I haven't made it with normal milk, so I can't compare to what it 'should' have been like. It was very nice - with the coconut milk it was definitely not as light in texture as a mousse - a bit more solid and stayed set at room temperature. We couldn't taste the chocolate at all, so you could probably leave it out and still get a similar result. I just checked the chocolate ingredients and our 'white melts' had 20% milk solids.
I will try again sometime - once with normal milk to see what I'm comparing to, and then again with coconut milk, when I'll also cut down on the cornflour as I think it won't need as much.

Update - I made this again, as per Isi's recipe, as I wanted to see what the texture was intended to be, since I used coconut milk the first time. The texture with the cow's milk was lighter, but both versions are very nice.

Amanda - Just put it in the fridge. Only 300gms of frozen berries and no coconut milk so followed as written. It certainly tastes very good!

Denzelmum - I used soy milk, DH and I enjoyed this very much.

Chit Chat / Re: How are the flooded Aussies?
« on: January 12, 2011, 09:48:46 pm »
When I watch the news my heart is so tight that I can not explain!
Apart from not knowing you personally - the mere fact of knowing that many of you are living a nightmare draws me the ability to communicate in a good mood!
Believe me, I think of you guys so much all the time -  that is extraordinary by the simple fact that our contact is so far yet so near!
I wont you to  know that my prayers are with you. I wish you strength to overcome all this disgrace.
On these occasions we feel so small and helpless .....
A big hug with a lot affection from this side of the world!
isabel from Portugal

Desserts / Re: Hot Apple cream with Icecream - yummi
« on: January 12, 2011, 09:33:39 pm »

This recipe is always a success for the simple fact that you're (The TMX of course ;) ;))  doing while we are having the meal!
My Guests are always amazed with the result!
Its simplicity proves to be a great success!

I made it today with Granny Smith and served with homemade Cinnamon icecream! mhhhhhhhhhhhhh

bye bye

Desserts / Re: Creamy Chocolate Pudding
« on: January 12, 2011, 09:25:40 pm »
Hello my friends :)

There is no problem to do this with regular flour to!
I done it twice and it was a good reult to.
I love this Pudding very much and dont do it for some time now - thank you for remind me of this and to every one who made it too :) :)
Regards isi

Main Dishes / Re: Cream Cheese Pastry
« on: January 11, 2011, 09:42:08 am »
Is cream cheees like Philadelphia?

Bread / Re: Isi┤s easy Portuguese Rolls
« on: January 11, 2011, 09:38:58 am »
Hope you get a good result and enjoy it!

Bread / Re: Isi┤s easy Portuguese Rolls
« on: January 07, 2011, 02:50:00 pm »
Hi Sue

Great you enjoyed it too!
So easy but so good!!!!

Condiments and Sauces / Re: PHILADELPHIA CHEESE - "Buy no more..."
« on: January 07, 2011, 09:43:29 am »
I am so happy you try this one Julie!
I have some cheesecake recipes made with philadelphia and I love them very much because the taste is very delight.
Thank you very much - it lookes great.
Did you try to mix some with garlic and herbs - its yummi too.

best Regards

Desserts / Re: APPLE CRUMBLE - Great Dessert
« on: January 07, 2011, 12:53:55 am »
The mixture of red berrys on top - mhhhhh
sounds great!
I will try this for sure.
Thanks for this idea

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