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Thermomix Singapore Style Peppery Bak Kut Teh

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This is the peppery version that my family prefers. It's a great one pot meal giving us protein, fibre (vegetables) and carbs (rice).  Soup Ingredients Prime ribs 800g 1.5l water 5 whole garlic cloves with skin crushed lightly Canned button mushrooms (optional but more authentic like local bak kut teh) Lettuce or Tang oh 1 TBSP Dark soy sauce 1 TBSP light soy sauce 15g rock sugar Dash of 5 spice powder 1-2 pieces of licorice salt to taste Spice mix 80g white peppercorn 20g black peppercorn 1 tsp szechuan peppercorn Soup Ingredients Prime ribs 800g 1.5l water 5 whole garlic...

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Thermomix cookie baking recipes for Kids : Holiday Ideas

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Thermomix is great for family bonding. It is very heartwarming to watch the kids make their own cookies or pizza.  During such times, I really appreciate my Thermomix and its ability to bring the kids to play/work together without trying fighting to "kill" each other as they tend to get into fights otherwise with other activities. My Thermomix has its proud permanent space on the kitchen counter. It is indispensable in our daily cooking. The new TM5 makes it very easy for children to use it. The touch display is very intuitive for the smartphone generation. The kids do not even...

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How to cook Mee Soto Ayam (Chicken mee soto) from scratch

Posted by Divine Chef on

A Mee Soto Ayam recipe dedicated to Thermomix users as I adapt a regular way of cooking to one that uses Thermomix (I'm guilty of having 2 Thermies) to cook. It is easier than imagined to cook from scratch but requires some pre-planning and coordination due to the ingredients required to finish off the dish to maintain the authenticity of this local hawker favourite. The spices and fresh ingredients will make a difference to the overall taste. This is my most recent challenge by The Family for dinner a few days ago. I have never tried cooking Mee Soto with the Thermomix,...

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How to cook Assam Pedas Ayam (Assam Chicken) in 30 minutes

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Asam Pedas or sour and spicy tamarind stew dish. Popular in Indonesia and Malaysia, this gravy can be added onto fish, prawns or chicken and can be a very satisfying one pot dish with just plain rice. Any left-over gravy can be heated up with squid or spread over pan fried fish. Assam "anything" is one of the current favourites within the Thermomix community. Everyone is cooking assam something and even customers having Thermomix cook together sessions are requesting to cook assam. Since I only have chicken in the fridge, I had to cook an all chicken dinner (鸡鸡大餐) tonight. Dinner...

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How much preservatives are in store bought food ?

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Buying expensive, organic food alone does not ensure safe and nutritious food for our loved ones if they are not prepared in a manner that preserves maximum nutrition. Do you know how much preservatives are in store bought processed food?  These are the same food that we may be still feeding our loved ones daily. Are you sure you want to feed your family these food?  Take control of the food you provide your loved ones by adopting Thermomix into your family.  Make cooking an enjoyable one with the entire family participating in joint decision on what to eat, what to cook together.  My Thermomix...

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