Just in a new recipe from my recipe developer, Peta Rhind from The Road To Loving My Thermomixer, http://www.trtlmt.com.au/
1 large chicken breast, chopped into 4 chunks
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
1 garlic clove
3 spring onions
25 wonton wrappers
Water for sticking wontons together
1200g goo […]
As I have said before, I love finding old recipes in magazines and re cooking them sometimes even converting them for the Thermomix. This recipe I found in a BBC Australian good food magazine from 2009 and it just looked like the perfect dish for my thermomix and varoma. The beauty of the thermomix? I could cook it all at the same tim […]
Saw this recipe in the latest Taste magazine by Marion Grasby from Master Chef fame. I had already planned and organised my shop for the week and just brought all the groceries home, when this caught my eye. I just had to try it. Luckily I had some pork in the freezer.
The panko crumbs are so crunchy and look amazing. Absolutely yum […]
Quinoa is everywhere at the moment. I must admit it took me a while to get around to trying it, I am so glad we did as it is beautiful.
This is a picture of this beautiful salad we made last night and is crazy yummy, best salad I have made in a long time and so healthy. The dressing is insane but I didn’t use too much as there is pe […]
A girlfriend told me about this one and lucky for me I had the same cookbook as her. Its based on a Donna Hay recipe and dead easy and will really impress friends, I promise. By cooking the chicken in stock, it makes the chicken very moist and then in the oven for 15 minutes to crisp the skin.
Available now on the Hipcook app under Chicke […]
Ok so when I’m in Perth, I love to go to Chappel’s in Maylands for their beautiful and fresh thai salad. So as I’m 10 hours away, I have tired to recreate it.
The main thing about this recipe is the dressing. You can add whatever fresh ingredients you prefer. Its a great meal for getting lots of fresh food!
Available now […]