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Thermomix Tomato Paste1.5kg of very ripe, red tomatoes. (It might be less, depending on what will fit into the bowl!) 1 tablespoon of sugar I teaspoon of rock salt 1 tablespoon of olive oil 2 bay leaves

Thermomix Tomato Paste

Thermomix Tomato Paste1.5kg of very ripe, red tomatoes. (It might be less, depending on what will fit into the bowl!) 1 tablespoon of sugar I teaspoon of rock salt 1 tablespoon of olive oil 2 bay leaves

A handy guide for quickly converting conventional baking recipes in the Thermomix.  Copyright Karli Duckett @ www.facebook.com/mummaducksays

A handy guide for quickly converting conventional baking recipes in the Thermomix. Copyright Karli Duckett @ www.facebook.com/mummaducksays

Recipe Easy Ciabatta Bread by ThermoMiss - Recipe of category Breads

Easy Ciabatta Bread

Thai Chicken Balls - (Rhia) Have made these and they are delicious and really simple

Thai Chicken Balls - (Rhia) Have made these and they are delicious and really simple

Here is a list of frequently used Thermomix Reference Tips that I use often.  I have it printed out and stuck to the inside of my pantry door.  I find it quicker to refer to this rather then flick through the Every Day Cookbook (EDC) if I am not following any particular recipe. The other list I …

ThermoFun - Thermomix Frequently Used Reference Tips

Here is a list of frequently used Thermomix Reference Tips that I use often. I have it printed out and stuck to the inside of my pantry door. I find it quicker to refer to this rather then flick through the Every Day Cookbook (EDC) if I am not following any particular recipe. The other list I …

Stepping into the day feeling positive is a whole lot easier after a good night’s sleep and a nourishing breakfast. What do you usually have for breakfast? Cereal? Green smoothie? Coffee? Or do you skip breakfast? I asked leading nutritionist Cyndi O’Meara from Changing Habits to share her favourite breakfast recipe. It’s quick, easy, nutritious and delicious. Sound good? Click the link for the recipe http://www.sarahjensen.com.au/eat-a-good-breakfast-by-cyndi-omeara/

Stepping into the day feeling positive is a whole lot easier after a good night’s sleep and a nourishing breakfast. What do you usually have for breakfast? Cereal? Green smoothie? Coffee? Or do you skip breakfast? I asked leading nutritionist Cyndi O’Meara from Changing Habits to share her favourite breakfast recipe. It’s quick, easy, nutritious and delicious. Sound good? Click the link for the recipe http://www.sarahjensen.com.au/eat-a-good-breakfast-by-cyndi-omeara/

Recipe Crumpets - anytime by foodieforever - Recipe of category Breads & rolls

Recipe Crumpets - anytime by foodieforever - Recipe of category Breads & rolls

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