Thermomix fish sauce recipes

Sweet Chilli Sauce - includes Thermomix method

Sweet Chilli Sauce - includes Thermomix method

Delicious with Thai food, such as fishcakes, crabcakes or plump and juicy prawns, this quick recipe can be put together while whatever you are dipping in it is cooking
Thermomix Diary - May 2015

Thermomix Diary - May 2015

Potato and Chicken Bake, Passata, Peri Peri Chicken, Cheesymites, Best Crispbreads, Date Brownies, Banana Smoothie, Lasagne, Tomato Sauce
Special Sauce

Special Sauce

I made a double batch today in the Thermomix and tweaked it a bit. It is so named for it's popularity as a dipping sauce for crumbed chicken, fish or other seafood
Good ol' Fish & Chips

Good ol' Fish & Chips

I use my thermomix to make this but it will be just as good made in a food processor. I love to serve it with a freshly made Tartare sauce and a couple of wedges of juicy lemon
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, fishsauce and/or anchovy sauce, garlic, ginger and spring onions (scallions)
Asian-Style Slaw (includes Thermomix method)

Asian-Style Slaw (includes Thermomix method)

Full of flavour and texture, this is delicious as a side dish to complement all kinds of Asian flavours, whether you have it on the side of grilled meat or fish, some tasty barbecued skewers, or pop it inside a 'fusion' burger with a splash of sweet chilli sauce
Lactose Free Thick and Creamy Yoghurt - with Thermomix and Easiyo method

Lactose Free Thick and Creamy Yoghurt - with Thermomix and Easiyo method

) chicken is cooked through, and for all large joints of meat or fish to tell me when they're perfectly cooked - it even has an alarm to beep to tell you when to take things out of the oven when they reach the perfect temperature so no more dried out dinners or undercooked disasters