Japanese thermomix recipes

Thermomix Japanese Cotton Cheesecake

Thermomix Japanese Cotton Cheesecake

There has been a lot of talk about ThermomixJapanese Cotton Cheesecake in my Thermomix Owners UK Facebook group ever since Patricia posted a photo of hers (which she got from the Webos Fritos blog)
Thermomix Gyoza (Pan-Fried)

Thermomix Gyoza (Pan-Fried)

Serve immediately with a yummy soy, sweet chilli and ginger dipping sauce, sesame seeds and Japanese mayo
Thermomix Quark Cake

Thermomix Quark Cake

I had just been making the softest Japanese Cotton Cheesecake with the Thermomix when a similar-looking recipe popped up on my Instagram feed, this time using an ingredient I had never used
Japanese Chicken Curry

Japanese Chicken Curry

Brioche Buns in the Thermomix. I’m not Japanese, let’s just get that right out there. On my very first visit to Japan years ago I had my first plate of Japanese chicken curry and I fell in love
Thermomix Bao Buns

Thermomix Bao Buns

leftover roast pork (or pulled pork, slaw Kewpie (Japanese) mayo and sesame seeds, to serve. Our soft and fluffy Thermomix Bao Buns served with leftover roast pork and crunchy asian slaw make the perfect family dinner
Easy Homemade Kimchi (includes Thermomix method)

Easy Homemade Kimchi (includes Thermomix method)

It is mainly made with napa cabbage (also known as Chinese leaf lettuce) and/or a large white Japanese radish known as daikon or mooli (or a few other things), brined or salted and then flavoured with other ingredients such as red pepper flakes, fish sauce and/or anchovy sauce, garlic, ginger and spring onions (scallions)
Slow Cooked Cider Pork Belly

Slow Cooked Cider Pork Belly

Sure, there’s nothing like a crispy, roasted bit of belly but if need dinner pronto, then I can’t go past some Japanese simmered pork (Buta No Kakuni) to serve up with udon noodles
Balsamic Pork Meatballs

Balsamic Pork Meatballs

Japanese Potato Salad. I’ve got just enough space on the bench for my Thermomix so we’ll definitely get back into some TMX action soon
Coffee Jelly

Coffee Jelly

It’s almost an understatement to say that the Japanese are fanatical about desserts. Coffee Jelly can be made without a Thermomix as long as you have the means to brew a good strong coffee but if you happen to have a TMX, then the following recipe is dead easy
Hello 2015!

Hello 2015!

New Year’s Day noodles – A Japanese tradition. I only just placed my beloved Thermomix on my new kitchen bench today