Thermomix Recipes

Specific information about the Thermomix TM31, specifications (and sales)

Thermomix Recipes

Please find the THERMOMIX RECIPE MENU BAR just above the green recipe menu bar and under the words “A Canadian Foodie”. Can you see it above this post? It is in a “whisper”, but when you hover over it, the words will turn green and you can then find the recipes displayed via photos.

Appetizers

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Cheese

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Desserts

Cakes

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Cookies, Squares, Sweets and Treats

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Ice Creams

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Puddings, Pies and Tarts

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Doughs Pastries Pastas and Such

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Drinks

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Mains

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Preserves

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Sauces Dressings Rubs and Nut Pastes

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Soups

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Comments

    • Valerie Lugonja says

      Tracey!
      Let me know if you have any problems. It works like a CHARM for me, always – and now that we all have SKYPE – we can help one another on the TV phone, any time!
      :)
      V

        • Valerie Lugonja says

          Alex!
          Congratulations! Where do you live, and let’s hear all about what you think of the TM5! Haven’t seen any Serbian recipes on line – but I can convert any that you have for you that you think will work in the machine. What did you have in mind?
          :)
          V

          • Alex says

            Loving the new machine so far..still adjusting to the new way of having to cook. I’m based in Sydney Australia…
            I was thinking that goulash and corba (stews) might work well in the machine but there would be others i bet that will be come in mind :)
            What are your thoughts?

            Cheers
            Alex

            • Valerie Lugonja says

              Alex,
              I have seen goulash recipes on line, for sure. If you speak and write in Serbo Croatian, I suggest you do a search for recipes in that language and you will be surprise with what you come up with. The machine is in Slovenia for sure, and I have other readers from the former Yugoslavia who have the machine and are putting recipes on line in their mother tongue. With the goulash, for me, the key would be stir frying and caramelizing enough onions before adding the meat. The machine doesn’t caramelize well, but it will do small batches of onions. When I made goulash, I use 6-8 onions, so it is probably best to stick with the pan for me. Chora’s FOR SURE can be made in the Thermomix effortlessly! I love the veal corba and would die for a good recipe. If you have one, send it to me and I will translate it for the Thermomix, and send it back to you! All pastries and doughs can definitely be made in them machine…. please keep me in mind when you create a great Serbian recipe for the Thermomix. Sharing great recipes on this site is what I love to do! Of course, I will do the same!
              Hope you have signed up for my weekly newsletter (all posts from the week in your email every Saturday morning – Mountain Standard Time :) )
              http://www.acanadianfoodie.com/subscribe/
              Valerie

              • Alex says

                Thanks V, i will definitely google recipes in Serbian.. please direct me to this Veal corba recipe. would love to give it a go. i’m now singed up to your newsletter cant wait for my first edition of the newsletter..will keep you posted on dishes as i experiment

                • Valerie Lugonja says

                  Sorry about the miscommunication. You said what about corbas – I said that would be easy – and if YOU have a corba recipe, I will translate it for you to use in the Thermomix.
                  :)
                  V

    • Lisa says

      Hi Tracey,
      I am about to order one in Australia (Vic) – how did you get yours? Through a Consultant or website? I can’t wait to order, but still working out best way to get it.
      Home made yogurt sounds wonderful!!
      Cheers,
      Lisa

  1. Brian Olsen says

    I will be getting my Thermomix on Wednesday. Taking the day off to start making stuff. My last adventure in cooking was (still is) Sous Vide with the Poly Science Pro. Heavenly meats. Now to the sauces, deserts, breads… the list goes on! On tool to rule them all!

  2. Cathie says

    Hi brand new Thermomix owner from Sydney Australia. Am looking forward to making some of your yummy recipes!!!!

    • Valerie Lugonja says

      Wonderful, Cathie!
      Welcome to the Thermomix Family!
      We are all crazy over our new kitchen addition!
      :)
      Valerie

  3. Kristen Purnell says

    Hi Valerie,

    I just love your website too. Your recipes are absolutely fabulous! I am also a new Thermomix owner based here in Australia and trying out lots of new meals. Your yogurt is next on the list :) I have even gone as far as purchasing an All American pressure canner to start doing some preserving. It’s a great learning curve all round, although a little daunting at first.

    Happy cooking everyone!

    Cheers,
    Kristen

    • Valerie Lugonja says

      Kristen,
      Congratulations on joining the Thermomix family! Love that machine and cannot live without it. I would love you to share your recipes and discoveries with me. The learning curve is never ending – and my yogurt cheese balls are famous here… just sayin’.
      :)
      Valerie

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