Thermomix

As you can tell from a lot of my cooking posts I love my Thermomix.  A lot of people ask me if I sell it but i don’t

I have a wonderful consultant “Nicole” who is so great and she would also love to help you out.  Her mobile number is 0437 108 662 Just tell her that I sent you.  I got the OK from her to give out her number!!

If you have any questions about how I use the Thermomix, please feel free to message me or to leave a comment.

 

  • Tracey

    Hello! I have stubbled across your site and was wondering if you have a recipe for light fluffy white bread? When I make bread it’s always dense. I too have a Thermomix 🙂 thank you in advance 🙂

    • http://www.yeahnayeah.com TracieD

      Hi Tracey, sorry about taking so long to reply. I have only used the recipe out of the Everyday Cook but I can say that I asked my Thermo Consultant to give me an extra lesson on making bread and bread rolls and mine were also really dense. She actually showed me how to put “air” into the bread when I was making the rolls so that they bake light and fluffy.

      Next time I’m with her I will video her doing the little lesson. I’m not sure when I’ll be seeing her but hopefully it wont be too long and that may help you out.

      Good luck in the mean time. Trace xo

  • Ellie

    I finally made great bread rolls using the EDCookbook’s buttermilk Bread. (Not the soft butter rolls- they were too sweet and dense for me). The Buttermilk bread recipe is left to rise twice,. I wasn’t sure how to knock down the dough so looked it up on you tube. It was simple enough. Just a matter of knocking out the air. The recipe made 6 good sized bread rolls, 8 smaller ones, but all perfectly light round and beautiful!

  • Ellie

    The easiest, lightest and great looking loaf is also in the EDC – five seed bread. Comes out perfect every time. Just poured the dough into the loaf tin, left it to rise for 30 minutes as per recipe, into the oven and 45 mins later out came the best loaf I have ever made!love my Thermie.