Come and be delighted by Chef, Fiona Hoskin, and Foodie, Arwen Genge in this 2 hour class where the girls will demonstrate how to create easy, tasty, nutritious dishes using their Thermomixes.
Gluten Free Pepperberry Pizza
Gluten Free Flaxseed Lemon Myrtle Wraps
Quick Vegetable Curry
Gluten Free Damper
Blueberry Chia Jam
Cacao Chia Breakfast with Berries
Sweet Potato Dip
Grain Free Seed Crackers
Wattleseed Chocolate Slice
All dishes are gluten and grain free with no refined sugars and you will get to taste them all.This class is suitable for Paleo, Vegetarian, Coeliac, and Health Conscious people wanting some quick, easy gut-healthy recipes they can produce at home. The class is also perfect for Thermomix owners wanting some hints and tips on cooking and using their Thermomix and for those wanting to see how a Thermomix could fit into their kitchen. There are limited seats for this specialist class so make sure you secure YOUR seat as soon as possible. 🙂
This is one of the first recipes I added to the Thermomix recipe community around 4.5 years ago & it has been extremely popular – of course you can add chicken to it if you prefer, it’s great to grow my own lime leaves too. You can store lime leaves, chillies & coriander roots in the freezer, so you have most of the ingredients ready to go for an easy week night dinner packed full of flavour. It’s delicious served with my coconut rice recipe too – if you are making the coconut rice recipe in the Model 5 you need to add more liquid either coconut cream or water to take it up to the 1200g marker & it’s a bonus you can steam more veggies on top of the rice while it’s steaming! Or if you really want to pack in more veggies why not serve it with my roasted cauliflower “rice” recipe. For more great vegetarian recipe ideas click here.
If you need a vegan option instead of parmesan cheese try this amazing recipe given to me by a customer. 250g almonds soaked over night, rinsed & drained (if you don’t have time you can soak for 1/2 hour in hot water) 2 tbs of savoury yeast & 1/2 tsp salt (to taste) Chop on speed 9 for 5 secs or until desired consistency.