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Tips and Tricks / Weighing during cooking
« on: June 23, 2009, 04:55:45 pm »
Technical Tip If you need to weigh in an ingredient during cooking, pause the cooking by turning the speed dial off then press
the weighing scales button and weigh in your ingredient(s). Finally, turn the speed dial back to the desired speed and your  thermomix will resume cooking, remembering both the temperature and the remaining time.

Just read this on a UK newsletter...something I didn't know and thought I would share it in case others didn't know. Very handy when you spend a lot of time in the kitchen...saves having to get the scales out when the TMX is already out  ;)

Recipe Requests / Recipes to use up buttermilk!
« on: January 24, 2009, 10:26:36 am »
I have today made copious quantaties of butter (thanks Woolies for the reduced to clear price with a week still left on the date! Was too much of a bargain and I bought the lot LOL) I have a recipe for muffins and also waffles which I have converted for the TM which I will get around to posting, but was wondering if anyone had a biscuit, cake or anything else that used up the buttermilk. The family aren't too keen on the buttermilk bread though. I know I can freeze it but I also have lots already frozen from the past too...soooo any new recipes will be welcomed with open arms.

Questions? Technical Issues? The Survival Guide / Yoghurt
« on: October 15, 2008, 06:30:38 am »
Is anyone able to give me some ideas, hints, tips (anything LOL) when it comes to flavouring yoghurt made in the TM?  My kids love yoghurt and we go through tubs of it (they will suffer natural yoghurt with some honey through it) Vanilla is probably the most popular, followed by honey and then fruit. I am just really unsure how to go about it....

As much as yoghurt is good for you, I am really sure yoghurt made in the Tm is much much better for you ;)

Introduce Yourself / Hello from Kathryn, also in Perth Western Australia!
« on: October 11, 2008, 04:05:07 pm »
Hi all, I have been floating around on the different forums etc for a little while but as a mum to 5 kids and a couple of business to run, I don't get much time to post or chat! Have had our TM for a couple of months now and ABSOLUTELY love it.

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