Falafel - Traditional Recipe for Chickpea Falafel
How to make crispy, delicious Middle Eastern Falafel the traditional way with chickpeas and spices. Includes step-by-step photos, how to video and recipes.
Balinese Beef Curry
I have been struggling to find a beef curry that really excites me (hence all the chicken curries) but this one has just become my go to beef curry. UNBELIEVABLE FLAVOURS and ridiculously easy. I know you will love this one. Eb x Print this recipe
Beef Bourguignon with Basil and Parmesan Dumplings
Oh how I love thee!! This was just so scrummy with the beef beautifully flavoured and melt in the mouth (which I love especially given its the cheapest cut of meat) and the dumplings OH those dumplings. So light and fluffy and bursting with flavour. A truely awesome din
Sour Cream and Chicken Enchiladas - The best food processor
Ingredients 700 g water 3 skinless chicken breast fillets (approx. 800 g), cut into strips (5 x 1 cm) Olive oil, for greasing 200 g cheddar cheese, cut into cubes (3 cm) 4 sprigs fresh coriander, leaves only, plus extra for garnishing 2 spring onions/shallots, trimmed and cut into pieces 1 long red chilli, deseeded …
Thermomix Chicken and Sweetcorn Soup
This is a Thermomix adaptation of a recipe by Anthony Lui, part-owner and chef at Melbourne's famous Flower Drum restaurant...
Chunky and Creamy Beef Curry | Lala's Kitchen
The Creamy Beef Curry recipe is one of the first recipes I cooked with my Thermomix from the Recipe Community. There have been so many adaptions to the recipe as it is so good and in this blog post I’ve modified it how my family […]
Sesame Noodles with Swiss Chard and Chicken Recipe on Food52
Adapted from a recipe in Chrissy Teigen's cookbook Cravings. I've added a heap of Swiss chard to make this more of a stand-alone dish, but know that it's optional or replaceable—spinach, shredded cabbage or romaine might be nice as would julienned carrots or sweet potatoes. Many other adaptations can be made here, too: If you're vegetarian, leave out the chicken. Sub in protein of your choice—oven-baked tofu might be nice. For the peanut oil, use grapeseed, canola, or olive. For the red…