Moist Pineapple Banana Bread
A Moist Pineapple Banana Bread recipe takes a tropical twist on classic banana bread, using crushed pineapple and coconut.
Little Lush Cooks
What is that smell from Chocolate? It instantly tingles my senses and starts the salivation. And for me, a lover of baked cheesecakes there couldn't be a happier union than chocolate and baked cheesecake. The twist though, is that this recipe was made brilliantly easy by the thermomix. Not just the mixing - but the fiddly bain-marie step was replaced by using the Varoma. Ever since the very foodie Brooke from WholeFoodieKitchen told me that she made 2 chocolate chestnut cheesecakes to…
Making Spreadable Butter in the Thermomix - Quirky Cooking
I love being able to make my own butter and butter spreads! Most bought butter spreads have additives, preservatives and colours in them, and often contain vegetable oils. By using a good quality pure cream to make your own butter, then adding a good quality oil, you can have a delicious butter spread that’s […]
Spicy BBQ Chicken All-in-One Dinner - Quirky Cooking
One of the things I love most about my Thermomix is that it makes super-delicious and super-easy ‘all-in-one’ meals! (You may have noticed that. There’s quite a few on my blog.) Who doesn’t love a meal that’s quick to put together, doesn’t use up every pot in the cupboard, saves electricity by cooking everything at once, […]
San Choy Bow - The Road to Loving My Thermo Mixer
San Choy Bow 1 onion, peeled and quartered 2 garlic cloves, peeled 10g oil, peanut or sesame works well in this dish 500g good quality beef or pork mince 45g soy sauce 50g oyster sauce 1/2 teaspoon of pepper 1-2 baby cos lettuce heads, leaves pulled apart 2 carrots, thinly sliced 100g bean sprouts 4 shallots/spring onions, thinly sliced on a diagonal
You can grow your own crops of potatoes easily without taking up all your garden space. Try these Wire and Straw Potato Towers! You can build them along the fence. Planting potatoes in layers inside saves space. Potatoes grow out of the sides. When the tower is all green and top growth dies back, simply tip over the tower and pick your potatoes.