Veggie Stock Paste is recommended to be the recipe you make when you receive your new Thermomix. I will spend an hour with you teaching you how to use your Thermomix & we will cook this amazing recipe together as part of your training – either in person or virtually. I have Thermomix customers all over Australia, so we can do this via facetime or zoom if you are not living in Tasmania.
You will also need to pre register on cookidoo here to activate your 30 day free trial on this online recipe platform. Your Thermomix comes with a 6 month subscription and then you can choose to continue the subscription for $49 a year. You will still have the Basic Cookbook recipes on your Thermomix if you decide not to continue or you have no access to wifi. All the recipes on cookidoo are tested by Thermomix and new recipe collections and cook books are being added every month. Start browsing recipes and creating your own favourite recipe lists. I will teach you how to use cookidoo while your veggie stock paste is cooking and answer any of your questions.
Make sure you have your wifi password handy too because you will need it to log into your new Thermomix.
This veggie stock paste is a good base for a lot of savoury recipes – 1 tablespoon is equivalent to 1 stock cube.
Please have all your ingredients ready as per the picture shown – the best bit is you don’t need to cut things up too much now that you own a Thermomix!! This recipe is really adaptable, if you are missing a couple of the ingredients it won’t matter. You may also like to add leek or mushrooms to the recipe.
Have some containers or jars ready to store your veggie stock paste it will make about 1 litre & because of the salt content it will keep for up to 6 months in the fridge. (You will use it up before then I promise) You can also store it in the freezer but it won’t actually freeze if you use the full amount of salt.
200g celery, chopped into thirds - keep light coloured leaves on
2 carrots, chopped into rough pieces
1 onion, peeled halved
1 tomato, halved
1 l large zucchini, chopped roughly into pieces
2 cloves garlic, peeled
1 bay leaf
1 bunch parsley, fresh
few leaves basil,fresh
few leaves sage, fresh
1 sprig rosemary
150 grams rock salt
1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
We will follow the guided recipe to cook this recipe - Instructions are in the Basic Cook Book.
Here is a delivery video for you to refer back to if you forget anything – please select English Australia when choosing the language and please note the measuring cup actually weighs 82 – 83g.
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You know I love nothing better than a cook-a-long, so when I saw Jock Zonfrillo’s instagram post about his Scottish Breakfast instagram live cook-a-long I was in. My family on my Mum’s Dad’s side were from Scotland so I borrowed some family heirloom props too!! Jock did ask us to wear some sort of tartan quote “I’ll be disappointed if you don’t… not angry… just disappointed. We were going to make Glasgow Rolls with Square Sausage and we were also given a suggestion of some Scottish treats to snack on while we cook. The dough for the rolls needs to be kneaded for 10 mins – of course I did it in the Thermomix!! I milled the spices for the sausage in the thermomix too & steamed the potatoes for the “Tattie Scones”. I ened up making the rolls for a 2nd time because when I proved them in the morning I fell asleep and they over proofed!!
Together with my friends we have raised over $1000 for Breast Cancer Research. We thank you for your generous support 💕 I’m sure you will know like I do many families who have lost loved ones and have been through such a tough time due to breast cancer. You can still donate here. I made a pledge to colour my hair pink once we reach the goal of $1000!! Check out my new hair!!
I’m cooking to help find a cure for breast cancer!
This August, I’m taking on the 3 Course Challenge to raise funds for breast cancer trials research. I want to help protect the 1 in 7 women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
By donating to my page, you’ll help fund clinical trials that are finding new ways to treat, prevent and ultimately cure breast cancer.
I’m sure it will be no easy feat but I’ll at least have top chef Manu Feildel to help me! I can’t wait to give it a go, have some fun and cook to help find a cure for breast cancer.
Thanks so much – I’d love for you to support me and make a donation to Breast Cancer Trials – You can still donate here until the 14th September 2020.
We had the most delicious lunch today!!! A French Fundraiser 🇫🇷 3 Course Challenge 💕 I started making Manu’s red wine sauce recipe 2 days before our lunch – first making the beef stock & cooking it for over 4hrs!! 2 litres of French red wine went into it altogether!! Course 1 – Vichyssoise avec crème fraîche Course 2 – Coq Au Vin with a twist (served with Sauce Bordelaise – Rich Red-Wine Sauce) Course 3 – La tarte au chocolat parfaite ( I also made Manu’s shortcrust pastry in the Thermomix too) My friend Christine also made sourdough baguettes 🥖 and her very special French vanilla slice!! And I got my homemade truffle butter out of the freezer too!!