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Cooking Rice with Thermomix

Posted by Divine Chef on

Surprisingly, many people ask me this question. When we use the rice cooker to cook rice, the water is absorbed into the rice, that's why people with diabetes are often advised to cut down on rice as starch is sugar. The beauty of cooking rice with Thermomix is water is used to steam cook the rice and excess starchy water is left behind after the cooking process in the mixing bowl and this water can be discarded assuming you are not planning to make it a thick starchy soup (which can be an option if you do not mind the starch). Hopefully,...

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How to cook Curry Chicken in 1 hour (Thermomix Recipe) 新加波咖喱鸡

Posted by Divine Chef on

The man at home is my biggest food critic. If he does not have a second helping, it means the food is not great. Curry chicken is something I have never won his approval despite my numerous tries. Tonight, THE FAMILY asked for prata with curry chicken for supper. The prata I can cheat by pan frying frozen ones, but there is no way to cheat with a ready curry. I modified my curry recipe for the umpteen time tonight, by using chicken stock instead of water, less coconut milk, coconut oil, and strained the curry for a smoother texture. YEAH....

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How to cook very tender restaurant-style whole soy sauce braised chicken

Posted by Divine Chef on

Also known as si yau gai, this is a wonderful dish that is made so easy with the Thermomix. Before the Thermomix, I seldom cook whole chickens because it is very difficult to get the entire bird tender and completely seasoned well.  I decided to try using the Thermomix after hearing from some users the trick of sticking the whole bird onto the blade (i.e. butt on blades).  It is so easy that this is going to be the only way I braise my whole chicken in soy sauce from now onwards.  The thing about Thermomix cooking is the fact that it...

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