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Chit Chat / Re: What are you cooking today?
« on: April 29, 2015, 12:28:49 am »
Winter smoothie sounds very interesting, I will give it a go this weekend..
Like the sound of having a warm smoothie on these cold days :)

Cakes / Re: Cinnamon Raisin Buns.
« on: April 27, 2015, 10:35:44 pm »
They look absolutely gorgeous Chookie, agree with everyone about your
bread making skills, it surely has inspired me :)
So tempted to try it today but probably will wait until the weekend..

Thank you so much Stef for this foolproof recipe!!!!  :)
It had been the first time I ever made buns, but I followed your recipe to the dot and they turned out beautiful!! Hubby said they looked professional.. Although we dont have burgers a lot, but will surely be making this to replace store-bought..

Not the best photograph as I took it in a hurry, but this is what I ended up with

Cakes / Re: Almond Jam Cookies
« on: April 26, 2015, 10:50:33 pm »
Made these yesterday and I would rate this recipe 7/5 ;)
They have been absolutely gorgeous, my 16mo loved them and also got praises for it from neighbours,
would be a regular for sure..

Thanks cookie for the recipe!!!
The only twaek I had done was to reduce the sugar , put in 110g and put in extra 50g of Almond meal to compensiate the weight :)

Introduce Yourself / Re: TM5 To Be Delivered Tomorrow!!!
« on: April 16, 2015, 11:54:18 pm »
Congratulations SOCS!!
I am sure you will have loads of fun with your TM5, I have had it now for 5 months and have been using it atleast once every day, if not more! I make smoothies for my toddler, vegetable soup (easy peesy and tasty) and yes as CC, recommended, you can try the no fuss bread, yumm.

Pizza dough from the chip is also very good.. Enjoy!!

Does have a suggestion of a good Vegetarian Thermomix cookbook?
I now have only the Basic Cookbook which has come with my TM5 and would like to buy another..
I keep seeing everyone posting regarding cookbook reviews and keep wondering, wish I had that book, I could have given that recipe a try..

That's really sweet of you Chookie, but I live in Sydney... :)
True, I probably compare the result with a commercial bread, that could be one reason why I have high expectations at times, but I have tried your no fuss rolls with plain flour and loved it.
And also made Tenina's five seed bread a couple of times.
I like the five seed bread to have with soups but not for a toast, so was trying a seedless mixed flour version..

Hubby keeps insisting on not using plain flour and having a healthier version, next time I make, I will try using only wholemeal...

I hope it is not a dying art Judy, prior to thermomix, I only used to dream of making my own bread..
There is something about the smell of freshly baked bread... mmmm, love it...
I will check out Baker's flour next time I visit woolies, Thanks all :)

Can someone share the recipe to this please? I have got a fussy toddler and struggling to give her tasty and healthy food...

Thanks CC and Chookie, hubby insisted on putting the bread back in for baking, but not sure how it would be as it turned out to be very hard (I used coconut flour and wholemeal).
Good idea Chookie, I will probably use it as breadcrumbs and bird food ;)

When you mentioned bread flour, I assumed plain flour :(
Can we find bread flour seperately? I will check out the supermarket next time..

To all the bread making gurus here :)

I have made Chookie's no fuss loaf with plain flour and it turned out superb, but now trying to experiment. I am trying to replace it with coconut and whole meal flour, do I still use the same water measurement or increase it?

And also, is there a way I can save my bread? I made a loaf and it was late before I saw that it was not cooked through :( Is there anything I can do?

Chit Chat / Re: New Forum coming up
« on: March 29, 2015, 09:53:04 pm »
First impression, looks really good and fresh MM   :)
I am yet to explore, just hoping the search has got better..

Non Thermomix Recipes / Re: Sago Patties (deep fried)
« on: March 25, 2015, 08:20:03 pm »
And another..
These look a lot like a hash brown and equally tasty :)

Non Thermomix Recipes / Re: Sago Patties (deep fried)
« on: March 25, 2015, 08:19:06 pm »
Here you go, as promised, photos attached..
Let me know if you try it :)

Introduce Yourself / Re: Hello from Sydney- introducing myself
« on: March 24, 2015, 10:18:55 pm »
Welcome to the forum Sydneybrit :)
Totally agree with Bedlam, thermie surely has made life simpler making dinners easy, but I do spend more time experimenting now ;)
How old is your lo? I have got a 15month old..

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