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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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Chinese Restaurant Style Sweet Corn Chicken Soup

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This is the ultimate comfort food for Sherine when her braces are tightened. Every month, the braces are tightened and it will hurt for the next 3 days. Because of the pain, she will not be able to eat any food that is too hard. It's time for her favourite Chinese restaurant style sweet corn chicken soup again. The soup is amazingly easy to make and very tasty. Ingredients Quarter a large yellow or white onion 100g Chicken Breast (roughly chopped into 2 large pieces) 1.5 TBSP of Thermomix made chicken stock powder (adjust according to how salty your stock powder...

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Thermomix Crunchy Oat Cookies

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The kids and me were planning to make cookies as our Christmas party giveaway to friends and relatives. This needs to be another dedicated exercise altogether because the cookies turned out so good that they have been completely eaten up by the munchkins!!!!  Kudos to my friend Jeffrey, this recipe is so easy!    Ingredients 250 g butter 180g sugar 250 g self raising flour 250 g rolled oat 4 to 6 chopped nuts (I used mixture of a handful of walnuts and pecans) 1 egg 120 g desiccated coconut 1/4 tsp bicarb 1 tsp vanilla essence Directions Cream...

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Cooking caramelised Kaya with Thermomix

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This is super yummy kaya, tasting just like the good old kopi tiam brown kaya and absolutely so delish on toasted bread or absolutely divine spread on a slice of artisan bread. The secret is to use fresh coconut milk if possible as packet ones contain anti-coagulant agent that affects the texture of kaya when used. The other tricky ingredient will be the size of the eggs. Avoid too large or too small ones. Use the average sized ones you can find in your supermarket because the size of your eggs will affect the overall volume, cooking time, and thus...

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Sous Vide Beef Steak using the Thermomix

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I was inspired with Thermomix Singapore's recent Fine Dining Cooking MasterClass. It is possibly to slow cook beef for very juicy beef steak! It is much easier than expected, as all that is needed is to seal the beef and dump them into the Thermomix for it to cook slowly. As I was running late to deliver dinner onto the table, I did not pre-marinate the steaks. When they were done, I pan seared both sides (do not press) to get them more charred. Thumbs up from the entire family. Why eat out and pay loads when it is so easy...

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