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Recipe Book Recipe Reviews / Re: In the Mix - links to reviews
« on: July 18, 2013, 02:48:33 am »
I really love in the mix. its my fav thermomix cookbook out of my limited stash (not counting edc for basics)
My go to recipes from it are the ganache balls (so gorgeous for gifts), yoghurt, and the white chocolate mousse with passionfruit curd and coffee crumb (although i make a cocoa crumb instead)- it looks so stunning and it tastes like a dream.
I think these recipes work best if you use quality ingredients which can be a bit expensive and daunting if you're on a budget and concerned about wasting money on an untested recipe but so far its been worth it.

Help! i made the mousse and even though the flavour was absolutely delicious it turned out really grainy and it didnt seem like that at all last night when it was warm. what did i do wrong?!

Raw Recipes / Cacao Wafers
« on: January 09, 2013, 10:07:11 pm »
Hi everyone, I have a quick question- I've been looking up good raw chocolate recipes and it seems cacao wafers are the way to go. BUT they are terribly expensive. Do you guys know where i can find the product cheaper or is there a substitue/ equivalent product of a different name that I can use instead?
Thanks muchly!

Special Diets / Re: Peanut bread (gluten free, high protein, low carb)
« on: January 09, 2013, 10:00:55 pm »
made this for the second time this morning. decided to make them muffin size. dont do this. they rise lopsided and look like little crocodile heads instead of a nice muffin shape!
still tastes great though. i might have to invest in a small loaf pan. love love love this bread.

Special Diets / Re: Creamy, Dreamy No-Fuss Icecream (Dairy Free)
« on: January 08, 2013, 10:55:36 am »
just a quick Q about this recipe- does it have to be raw cashews or can it be any kind of cashews? thanks!

Got my thermomix today and this was the first meal I made. It was delicious, especially the sauce. So creamy and extra tasty coz of the stock base. Nommy nommy nommy. Thanks for this awesome recipe. can't wait to try out other stuff!!!

Introduce Yourself / Re: Counting down the days
« on: December 11, 2012, 07:55:28 pm »
ooo, thanks for all the linkies and warm welcomes! I love that i've been shorted to BGN already.
must admit, I've been on this forum way too much the last 2 days but there's just so much to see and do!

My list so far:
- chicken stock concentrate (if i make it from frozen chicken it will still keep in the fridge for a few months right? or should i use fresh?)
- hazelnut chocolate spread
- chocolate covered kirsh ganache balls (hopefully this is as easy and as amazing as it looks)
- pizza risotto

i bought the thermomix because my husband is fructose intolerant and I hate the gluten free breads he buys. My lovely consultant brought along cydni o'meara's bread to our demo and it was beautiful. However, the recipe looks super complicated so I will be leaving that one until i'm more proficient with my thermie i think!

Introduce Yourself / Counting down the days
« on: December 11, 2012, 10:55:20 am »
I placed an order on Sunday and am now anxiously awaiting the arrival of 'Thermie'. Yes, he has a nickname and a gender already.
Can't wait, hopefully he will arrive in time for me to make some Christmas pressies!
What would everyone recommend as some easy and tasty treats that a thermomix newbie can't screw up?

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