Spelt Tortillas - Quirky Cooking
Once you’ve eaten homemade tortillas, you won’t want the bought ones! We have them quite often, especially when I haven’t had time to make bread, and suddenly it’s lunch time and everyone’s starving! They are quick to make – you can make enough for six people in twenty minutes once you get the hang of […]
Bacon & Mushroom Fettucine Carbonara with Thermomix TM31
We love pasta. Especially the kids. Pasta makes a regular appearance at our table (especially the creamy variety) and is something we c...
How to make a sourdough loaf (using a thermomix) by an absolute rank amateur — Cecily Paterson | Author, Editor, Writer
Today I'd really prefer not to think about the crummy day I've had and focus instead on sourdough. From having no affinity for it at all a few years ago, I've recently developed a taste for the stuff. That delicious heavy crust and the light sour taste of the soft bread inside... delicious!
These are far too easy! They make great Christmas or Easter gifts packaged up but are also great to keep in the fridge in a nice bowl for when unexpected guests pop in. *** IF YOU LIVE IN HOT CLIMATES I SUGGEST MAKING THESE WITHOUT THE OIL. STORE IN FRIDGE UNTIL NEEDED ***
These are delicious! Even the non chickpea fans of the house are impressed. My 10 month old who hates food can't get enough of them nor can I. These will be a regular in the freezer. These are easy and achievable for a busy work night meal. The mix takes no time at all. Just shape