Thermomix chinese recipes

Chinese New Year – Chicken Unfried Rice

Chinese New Year – Chicken Unfried Rice

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Thermomix Baked Beans

Thermomix Baked Beans

I love making baked beans in the Thermomix. Plus homemade Thermomix baked beans are packed full of vegetables, so you can rest assured that what you’re eating is yummy AND healthy
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)
Asian-Style Slaw (includes Thermomix method)

Asian-Style Slaw (includes Thermomix method)

(Thermomix method below). Thermomix Method. 200g Chinese leaf / Napa cabbage (after removing tough inner stalks) [32]. 200g Chinese leaf / Napa cabbage (after removing tough inner stalks) [32]
Chicken & Cashew – Chinese New Year

Chicken & Cashew – Chinese New Year

This is absolutely the most lip smacking delicious thermomix chicken and cashew I’ve ever tasted. I have been so blessed to have so many friends from different cultural backgrounds that are willing to share their family recipes with me

ThermoFun – Happy Chinese New Year

Quick Fix in the Thermomix Cookbook. Happy Chinese New Year to all those who celebrate. Chinese Style Cabbage and Coriander Salad
Vegetable Steaming Guidelines for the Thermomix

Vegetable Steaming Guidelines for the Thermomix

I have had questions recently on how long to steam vegetables in the Varoma for the Thermomix. Chinese Cabbage (500g) - 11-13 minutes. Fill 500g of water into your Thermomix bowl. 16-18 minutes Chinese Cabbage
Easy meal ideas to avoid prepackaged sauces

Easy meal ideas to avoid prepackaged sauces

the Thermomix to a paste. Kan Tong Chinese BBQ sauce. All I do is blitz 3-4 cups worth of veg (whatever is in the fridge such as carrots, broccoli, mushroom, red capsicum, garlic, pumpkin, zucchini etc) in the Thermomix until almost pureed (a food processor should do a pretty good job too - otherwise grate or finely chop). no hard work in the Thermomix) by melting 50g butter, stirring through
Slow cooked crock pot orange chicken

Slow cooked crock pot orange chicken

My brown sugar had also hardened to almost a rock-like state (from not being used in a long time) so I ended up popping it into the Thermomix to blitz it up
Pork dumplings with chili oil

Pork dumplings with chili oil

I put everything except the mint into the food processor (I used my Thermomix. Well, both The Boy and I do and we've been buying ours from Chinese grocery stores frozen, which we would then steam for a snack or a light lunch
Fragrant Thai Prawns with Sweet Chilli Sauce.

Fragrant Thai Prawns with Sweet Chilli Sauce.

The light egg and cornflour coating locks in the moisture - like the chinese technique of 'velveting' used with chicken to give moist and tender results - together with giving the prawns a really zesty and fragrant fresh flavour with the marinade ingredients, and the heat is in the dip
Beef & Broccoli in Black Bean Sauce

Beef & Broccoli in Black Bean Sauce

) This thermomix beef & broccoli in black bean sauce ticks ALL the boxes. You can now be the new expert in the family when it comes to Chinese inspired dishes