Many years ago I gave my new customers the Thermomix 30 Day Challenge. Because it is my 10 year Thermoversary I wanted to revamp the challenge to bring it up to date to the new model TM6 & to give back to my awesome Thermomix customers as I share my favourite recipes & Thermomix tips & tricks. You can start the challenge at anytime. I will be starting on the 1st of November with facebook live videos everyday too.
DO YOU ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE? To try 1 new thing a day with the Thermomix, if you miss a day you can make it up on a different day & you can swap the days around if you need to as well. Over the 30 days we want to use all the parts of the Thermomix and as many functions as we can. These recipes are just suggestions so please adapt to suit your own eating style. I will also be introducing you to my favourite Thermoxers along the way too!!
DAY 1: MONDAY Have you got some vegetable stock paste in the fridge? If not make some today or try a new stock you haven’t made before a chicken, mushroom or beef.
Today is the perfect day to practice your menu planning using cookidoo – including using the shopping list feature. (Please contact me if you need help with this. I do provided training at all my deliveries & cooking experiences too)
DAY 2: TUESDAY Have you tried steaming a whole chicken? You can simply place 1 litre of boiling water into the TM bowl & place the chicken into the varoma with any of your favourite flavours in & around the chicken. There are many great recipes for Hainanese Chicken Rice including the recipes by Jo Whitton in your Life Changing Food Cookbook. (This cookbook is also available as an App & it has a few of my food photos!!) Dani Valent has a wonderful video on steaming chicken & making a chicken stock with the bones which is something I do quite regularly. (I also add water to the bowl after making the dog food & whizz it up to clean the bowl to make a puppuccino for my dog Jet.)
DAY 3: WEDNESDAY Use any leftover steamed chicken breasts to make shredded chicken on reverse speed 4 for 2 secs. Use in salads sandwiches/wraps or soups. If you are vegetarian you might like to make the pulled jackfruit recipe. Use the chicken stock to make a soup or try Arwen’s Flu Fighter Chicken Soup.
Day 6: SATURDAY Weekend breakfast workshop: Try my favourite steamed omelette recipe or use the egg boiler mode for boiled eggs just the way you like them. Maybe you want to try the poached eggs with the blade cover recipe. And how about some hollandaise sauce to go with that?
Day 7: SUNDAY Tandoori Curry Paste – This is how I change the recipe: I like to heat up the whole spices in the Thermomix for 3 mins Varoma speed 1. Allow the spices to cool then mill the spices on speed 10 for 1 min. Set aside. Place the garlic & ginger into the TM bowl & chop for 5 secs speed 7. Scrape down the sides of the bowl add 50g of the oil & cook for 5 mins Varoma temperature speed 1. Allow to cool before adding all the remaining ingredients including the milled spices & whizz it all up for 30 secs speed 10 scrape down the sides of the bowl & repeat if needed. Store in 100g portions in the fridge for 1 month or in the freezer for longer.
Day 8: MEATLESS MONDAY Thermie Green Quiche
Day 9: TUESDAY Cheats Easy Chicken Curry (You can also use other vegetables instead of the chicken if you prefer)
Day 10: WEDNESDAY Coconut Rice
Day 11: THURSDAY Roasted Cauliflower “Rice”
Day 12: FRIDAY Creamy Potato Salad
Day 13: SATURDAY Bread workshop: Choose a bread or roll recipe from cookidoo or gluten free bread. My favourites are brioche, focaccia, tangzong bread Dani Valent’s Best Ever Bread Buns. Sophia’s Kitchen has amazing bread recipes too, the Artisan bread recipes is very popular.
Day 15: MONDAY Beetroot risotto
Day 16: TUESDAY Fresh Pasta
Day 17: WEDNESDAY Bechamel
Day 19: FRIDAY Choose a dip like my favourite Thermie green dip & find a recipe on cookidoo for homemade crackers or lavosh
Day 20: SATURDAY Choose a jam, chutney, sauce or relish. I love Charlie’s Apricot Chutney – I add some fresh red chillies to the recipe.
Day 22: MONDAY Homemade Butter
Day 24: WEDNESDAY Dani Valent’s Beef Stir-Fry recipe
Day 25: THURSDAY Rhubarb clafoutis
Day 26: FRIDAY choose a cocktail/mocktail recipe from cookidoo.
Day 27: SATURDAY Slow cooked meatballs with the blade cover.
Day 28: SUNDAY Try something new – Do something that scares you – maybe it’s converting your own recipe to the Thermomix or maybe you would like to try the sous vide mode if you havent tried it yet.
Day 30: Tuesday – This Basque Cheesecake recipe by Dani Valent is the best way to celebrate becoming a Thermomixing superstar!! Congratulations on completing my 30 Day Thermomixing challenge!! I hope you had delicious fun!! Or try Dani’s Chocolate Volcano recipe on cookidoo from the Entertaining with Dani Valent Cookbook.
- 100g Homemade Tandoori Curry Paste
- 100g Tomato Paste
- 400g Coconut Cream
- 500g - 1kg Chicken thighs cut into large cubes
- Optional extra ingredients - Sweet potato peeled & cut into cubes 3cm cubes, handful of frozen peas, handful of spinach leaves.
- Place the Tandoori Curry Paste, Tomato Paste, Coconut Cream & Chicken into the TM bowl. (If you are using the sweet potato add it now too.)
- Cook for 20 mins 100 degrees reverse speed. Stop after 15 mins to add the frozen peas if you are using them. Stir in the spinach leaves at the end if you are using them. Serve with rice or cauliflower “rice”.
- Happy Thermomixing!! 💚
- The Tandoori Curry Paste recipe is on Cookidoo. This is how I change the recipe: I like to heat up the whole spices in the Thermomix for 3 mins Varoma speed 1. Allow the spices to cool then mill the spices on speed 10 for 1 min. Set aside. Place the garlic & ginger into the TM bowl & chop for 5 secs speed 7. Scrape down the sides of the bowl add 50g of the oil & cook for 5 mins Varoma temperature speed. Allow to cool before adding all the remaining ingredients including the milled spices & whizz it all up for 30 secs speed 10 scrape down the sides of the bowl & repeat if needed. Store in 100g portions in the fridge for 1 month or in the freezer for longer.
We all have recipes that we come back to again & again, so this is my list of my favourite Thermomix recipes.