Paleo pasta: - 2/3 cup arrowroot powder (plus extra for kneading) - 1 cup almond flour (I use Honeyville brand because I find it to be the most finely ground) - 1 cup tapioca flour (make sure to find a brand that is gluten-free, some brands sneak in wheat products!) - 2 tsp. sea salt - 2 large eggs - 4 egg yolks (from large eggs) - 2 Tbsp olive oil (for cooking the pasta)
This is the first recipe I ever “developed”. Shortly after moving in with my now husband, Michael, I asked him what he was craving for dinner and he replied “curried sausages”. Now, I had never heard of curried sausages in my life… so I jumped on Google and browsed about 100 recipes, with this concept in...Read More »
Recently, there has been a lot of attention on deli meats and what the hidden ingredients could be doing to our health long term. These media spots are really good at scaring us, but when it comes time to packing lunchboxes with a busy lifestyle – sometimes its just easier to grab deli meat… until now. This Thermomix...Read More »
Chicken and Vegetable Meatballs By: The road to loving my Thermomix 1/2 onion, peeled 1 garlic clove, peeled 1/2 medium carrot, roughly chopped 1/2 medium zucchini, roughly chopped 25g baby spinach leaves A pinch of parsley 1 tablespoon vegetable stock concentrate 1 large chicken breast, chopped into 4 pieces
Today I am sharing the most delicious Balinese Chicken recipe! Honestly, it’s the best dish I have made for AGES! It’s so freaking good! So where did the inspiration for this “spicy” dish come from … I’m hearing you ask? Well it came from another hot and spicy dish… Mr Pete Evan. He is kinda …
Paleo Butter Chicken- Adapted from Pete Evans "Family Food"
Recipe: Cauliflower fried rice I’m not paleo, vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free but this 20-minute dinner ticks all those boxes. Oh, it’s very tasty too. Raw cauliflower is blitzed in the Thermomix to form a kind of vegetable rubble or ‘rice’. It’s delicious once sautéed.
Thermomix Tomato Paste 1.5kg 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
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 …