Thermomix stir fry chicken recipes

Thermomix BBQ Chicken Pasta

Thermomix BBQ Chicken Pasta

To give the chicken a little extra flavour, I like to cook it in a frying pan with a drizzle of olive oil, however you can also bake it if your prefer or even use leftover chicken
Simple Chicken Noodle Soup

Simple Chicken Noodle Soup

This simple Chicken Noodle Soup recipe is the perfect warming winter meal and can be made both conventionally or using a Thermomix
Easy Chicken Tortilla Soup

Easy Chicken Tortilla Soup

This easy Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe is one of our new family favourites and it’s super simple to make both conventionally and in a Thermomix
Rich Tomato Sauce - for Pizza or Pasta (includes Thermomix instructions)

Rich Tomato Sauce - for Pizza or Pasta (includes Thermomix instructions)

Once the tomato sauce has reduced down (by around a quarter or so, until nice and thick), add the salt (to taste - start with less), freshly ground black pepper and torn basil leaves, and a glug of extra virgin olive oil, stir in gently for a few minutes until thoroughly mixed, then taste for seasoning and adjust as necessary
Chunky Minestrone Soup (includes Thermomix and Instant Pot Pressure Cooker instructions)

Chunky Minestrone Soup (includes Thermomix and Instant Pot Pressure Cooker instructions)

(Thermomix tips in italics in brackets). 2 litres good chicken or vegetable stock [80]. ½ Savoy cabbage or cavalo nero, cored and shredded (250g - remove the core, and any thick ribs from the outer leaves first – Thermomix chop quarters with cores removed for 2 seconds / Speed 5 and repeat if needed) [80]. Finely chop the peeled garlic cloves, sage leaves and parsley stalks - use a food processor if you prefer (Thermomix drop onto running blades / Speed 8). (Thermomix 2 seconds / Speed 4, repeat). 5 litres or more, or you may need to split into 2 pans after frying off the vegetables - for Instant Pot choose 'Saute'), and fry the pancetta / bacon until just starting to brown. [For Instant Pot, or Pressure Cookers, now add the stock, tomatoes, tomato puree, small-cubed courgettes and potatoes - Thermomix instructions for chopping in step 5 - green beans, pasta and set to cook on high pressure for 5 minutes, leave to naturally release pressure for 5 minutes, then release remaining pressure and continue from stage 7. Cut the courgettes and potatoes into large chunks, then add them to the food processor and pulse / chop into small dice (Thermomix chop courgettes 3 seconds / Speed 4, and potatoes 2 seconds / Speed 5) and add to the pan and bring everything to the boil. Remove a few ladles of the liquid (it's OK if a few stray vegetable pieces are in it), and blend with about a third of the drained, tinned beans (Thermomix turn the dial slowly up to Speed 9 / MC on, and keep there for 20 seconds until blended), then add back to the pot with the shredded cabbage, remaining beans and peas and continue cooking for a further 5 minutes or until the cabbage is just tender. Stir in the chopped herbs, taste a spoonful of soup, and add salt and plenty of freshly ground pepper as necessary (I add about 1/2 to 1 tsp salt for our tastes). 2 litres good chicken or vegetable stock [80]. ½ Savoy cabbage or cavalo nero, cored and shredded (250g - remove the core, and any thick ribs from the outer leaves first – Thermomix chop quarters with cores removed for 2 seconds / Speed 5 and repeat if needed) [80]
Best ever easy chicken nuggets

Best ever easy chicken nuggets

I just threw all the crumb ingredients in the Thermomix (or food processor), blitzed until it was fine and then pressed the yoghurt-coated chicken into the crumb
Skinny San Choy Bau (Chinese Pork in Crispy Lettuce Wraps)

Skinny San Choy Bau (Chinese Pork in Crispy Lettuce Wraps)

If you would like the Thermomix version of this recipe, click here. Heat the oil in a good quality wok or frying pan, add the ginger, garlic and chilli and stir-fry briefly for a minute (be careful not to burn the garlic)
Noodle & Beef Chow Mein

Noodle & Beef Chow Mein

Noodle & Beef Chow Mein - Thermomix Method Print A delicious Beef Chow Mein made in the Thermomix. 4-6 Ingredients 2 tbs oil 500g beef mince 1 brown onion, chopped 2 cloves of garlic, minced 1 tbs ginger, finely minced 2 tsp curry powder (more or less depending on your taste preferences) 2 carrots, finely chopped ½ cabbage, shredded 250ml water 1 tsp veg stock ⅓ cup oyster sauce 2 tbs soy sauce 350g Singapore noodles or thin hokkien noodles Instructions Heat the oil in a frying pan and add the beef mince and chopped onion. Add the carrots, cabbage, water, chicken stock, oyster sauce and soy sauce and stir-fry for 2-3 minutes. Stir to combine and cook for a further 1 minute
Sweet Potato Fritters

Sweet Potato Fritters

They are freezer friendly and can also be made using a Thermomix. Add the crushed garlic, onion flakes, grated zucchini, tasty cheese, parmesan cheese to the bowl with the grated sweet potato and add the self raising flour before stirring well to combine

ThermoFun – Happy Chinese New Year

Quick Fix in the Thermomix Cookbook. Beef StirFry. Chicken and Soy Sauce. Chicken, Shitake and Lup Chong Hotpot
Meal Plan : Week 6

Meal Plan : Week 6

Thermomix Pulse and Pumpkin Curry (V, GF). Chicken & Cashew StirFry. Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken. A few days late as everyone is back to school, one is homeschooling and having 4 little people at different places has involved some serious time management