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Offline lauraj

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where can I find Asian style thermomix recipes? Is there a blog?
« on: September 10, 2009, 12:46:14 am »
Is there a specific website or blog that's just for Asian style thermomix recipes?

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Re: where can I find Asian style thermomix recipes? Is there a blog?
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2009, 12:52:59 am »
Do you read Chinese ??  There is the Taiwanese site with Asian recipes - but I have no idea what the squiggles mean.

Maybe somebody (Tenina) could start an Asian cookbook??  :-)) :-))
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Re: where can I find Asian style thermomix recipes? Is there a blog?
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2009, 01:45:48 am »
Hi & welcome to the forum lauraj.  I'd also like to see an Asian section here too but it looks like it has to be left up to us to start posting some of these types of recipes ourselves.  So this is a call to everyone out there - post your favourite recipes for all of us to share. If we get enough I'm sure MM will start a separate section for them.
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Re: where can I find Asian style thermomix recipes? Is there a blog?
« Reply #3 on: September 10, 2009, 01:59:24 am »
Does anybody speak Chinese - there are lots of interesting pictures - actually, while writing I discovered that it is not that hard using the translators eg


松子雞塊
食材準備時間: 1 分鐘

材料 4 人份

輸入方式: 請每一樣食材和其份量以逗號分隔並分行。

例如:
中筋麵粉400克,
水250克,

做法

材料: 松子30g, 雞腿1隻約600g切塊狀, 洋蔥60g, 紅蘿蔔60g, 大蒜3粒, 巴西利酌量
做法: 1. 將松子放入主鍋不加油炒熱後取出. 3分 100度, 速度 1
2. 雞腿塊稍加以醬油, 酒,糖, 白胡椒醃1小時後放入主鍋炒熟起鍋 20分 100度 速度1
3. 紅蘿蔔, 洋蔥 , 蒜放入主鍋打粗碎 5秒 0-6速度
4. 10g油炒香加入鹽及巴西利 3分 100度 速度1
5. 雞腿先置盤中, 拌入紅蘿蔔, 洋蔥炒料再撒上松子即可

Becomes:

Pine nuts chicken
Ingredients preparation time: 1 minute

Material 4 persons were

Input Method: Please, like ingredients and their weight of each, separated by commas, and branches.

For example:
All purpose flour, 400 grams,
250 grams of water,

Approach

Material: pine nuts 30g, about 600g chicken cut a block, onions 60g, carrot 60g, garlic, 3, Basilio proportionally
Practice: 1. The pine nuts into the main pot is not removed after refueling sizzling. 3 hours 100 degrees, speed 1
2. Chicken pieces with a little soy sauce, wine, sugar, white pepper marinate 1 hour into the main clean wok fry pan 100 degrees 20 minutes Speed 1
3. Carrot, onion and garlic into the main pot to play rough broken speed of 5 seconds 0-6
4. 10g oil adding salt and saute 3 minutes 100 degrees Basilio speed 1
5. Coprinus first home dish, mix carrots, onions fried and then sprinkled with pine nuts can be expected to

Another comes out as

Country: Australia

       Materials
       Mussels (mussels) 1 kg
       Thyme and basil 2 (optional)
       Sauce Ingredients:
       Garlic 2
       Pepper 1 (to sub)
       Olive oil 20 g
       Canned chopped tomatoes 440 grams
       100 grams of white wine
       Lemon juice (1 lemon weight)
       Self-condensed vegetable broth 2 tablespoons
       Clams, a tank (optional)

Practice

    1. The mussel scrub clean, cut off the black beard, and thyme, and basil together into Varoma steaming plate.
    2. The garlic and pepper into the main pot to 5 seconds / Speed 7 shredding.
    3. Add oil, 2 minutes / 100 į C / speed 1 until fragrant.
    4. The remaining material into the main pot, steamer rack well Varoma to 12-15 minutes / Varoma / speed 1, while cooking mussels and sauce.
    5. Will be loaded into mussel platter, topped with sauce, can be equipped with fresh baked bread to enjoy now.

So..... check out the recipes on the Taiwanese site http://www.vorwerk.com/tw/thermomix/html/recipes-tm31,category.html http://www.vorwerk.com/tw/thermomix/html/recipes-tm31,recipe,list_time,.html or http://www.vorwerk.com/tw/thermomix/html/download_recipes.html
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Re: where can I find Asian style thermomix recipes? Is there a blog?
« Reply #4 on: September 10, 2009, 02:03:37 am »
Might actually need some tweaking - who knows what Tess of the sea, Li Jirou and m-lin are?




This picture is Copyright of TMX Taiwan - but thought that it might impress somebody


Pork Rice Bowl
Ingredients preparation time: 30 minutes

5 copies of materials

(1) Li Jirou (cut about 5mm) 300 Ke.
(2) broth 300 grams.
(3) soy sauce 60 grams.
(4) m-lin, 30 grams.
(5) onions (cut into small pieces) 2.
(6) salt 5 grams.
(7) eggs 4.
( 8 ) Tess of the sea is about 5 grams.

Approach

(1) of pork into the main pot, insert a rod speed of a butterfly, temperature and cooking keys, time 10 minutes.
(2) In addition to eggs, sea and Tess all the materials into the main pot outside the time of 5 minutes.
(3) eggs broken down slowly from the lid into the cook 1 minute later, stuffy about 2 minutes.
(4) put rice dish, pour sauce above, sprinkle a little sea Tess.
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Re: where can I find Asian style thermomix recipes? Is there a blog?
« Reply #5 on: September 10, 2009, 02:19:49 am »
 ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D   Maybe we have someone onboard who can decypher that so that we understand it a little better. Good try though - do you know what you are talking about ??? ??? ???
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Re: where can I find Asian style thermomix recipes? Is there a blog?
« Reply #6 on: September 11, 2009, 03:56:56 am »
You might have used the same translator they use for instructions, Mr T...   ;D

There are Asian-inspired recipes sprinkled through the cookbooks. :)
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