Banana cake recipe is same as one posted above except used normal flour and 1 tsp of baking powder and 1 tsp of baking soda instead of self raising flour and baking soda in the above recipe. Iced with lemon icing.
Chocolate cupcakes ( recipe posted previously ) makes 12 muffin tin
3/4 c flour (100g)
1/4 c cocoa (35g)
1/2 c sugar (100g)
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 c milk
Preheat oven to 160 C. Line 12 muffins trays with cases.
Add all dry ingredients to TM bowl, pulse a couple times on turbo then add wet ingredients and mix on speed 5-6 till combined. ( can double or triple qtys ) nb heat butter to room temp first
Bake 160 C , 15-20 mins for normal size cupcakes, 10-12 mins for mini cupcakes
Using the chip for the third Thermomix cookbook ” everyday cooking for families “. The recipe link is above. Incorporated the garlic and rosemary into the dough and topped with extra rosemary and sea salt because we love the rosemary flavour and left out Parmesan. Rolled out to approx 2cm thickness and dimpled top so it cooks evenly. Texture is wonderful and soft. Same recipe as pizza dough in the Basic cookbook and chip, except for the added garlic and rosemary flavouring.
This donut recipe from the community had rave reviews. Allow 1 .25 hrs proving time. Ours are not filled with jam, just dipped in oil and rolled in cinnamon sugar before frying in the airfryer. The result is not quite the same as frying on oil, the texture is more like a mini bun but will make a great lunchbox item. If frying in pan or deep fryer, the donuts are rolled in sugar after they are cooked, might try shallow fry next time to get the full effect. Only took 6 minutes on 160 C in airfryer. Makes 20 about the same size as the small ones you get from the market vendors.
The chocolate brownie recipe in the new Thermomix chip (Everyday cooking for Families) is the masterchef brownie recipe posted earlier. So glad it’s made it’s way into a chip because it makes it even more of a breeze to make. Still almost halve the sugar and used 240g instead of 440g. More than sweet enough for us. Chopping whittakers chocolate at speed 4/5 leaves fairly large crunchy chunks in the brownie which the kids love. Cooked for 55 minutes.
This recipe is close to the recipe given to us by our lovely neighbour many years ago which was our standard go to recipe , the only difference is a bit extra milk and baking powder. To adjust to our favourite recipe , I take out baking powder , reduce milk to 6 TB and bake at 200C for 15-20 mins rather than cook at lower temperature of 160 C . Easy peasy. Made half the quantity so we don’t overload on sugar today and iced with lemon icing.
http://thermomumma.com/sweet-bun-dough/ ohhhh yessss… After yesterday’s clean eating gluten free rolls, it’s Friday and we decided to mix it up and make these gluten full beauties. Again using thermomumma’s fantastic sweet bun dough. Thick Custard made using the automatic feature in tm5 for 4-5 people perfect quantity for two and bit cake tins of scrolls. Roll the dough into the largest rectangle. Spread with custard. Prove for approx hour and bake 180 C for 15/20 mins.
Been wanting to try the guided sweet short crust pasty for months. Found this tempting award winning Watties recipe, it was time to try it. Like many recipes for the first time there are always certain aspects that may feel not quite right. The almond filling in the published recipe was more than enough for two 20cm tarts instead of just one. And an 850g tin of Watties Doris Plums can be perfectly divided into to two tarts. And one quantity of pastry from one guided sweet shortcrust pastry is enough for two 20cm tarts. So we ended up with two lovely tarts, one eaten for afternoon tea and dessert another put in fridge for dessert during the week. The sweet shortcrust pastry is great; sweet and crunchy, the tart is delicious served with whipped cream or yoghurt.
Converted recipe for the Thermomix
Plum and Almond Tart (makes 2 x 20cm tarts)
700g sweet short crust pastry (one portion of guided recipe)
150g sugar ( I reduced to 130g)
1 large egg
210g ground almonds
1 TB pistachios, shelled and chopped (opt)
850g can Watties Black Doris Plums
Preheat oven to 200C. Grease or line with baking paper 20cm pie plates.
Make one quantity of the guided sweet short crust pastry. Roll out the pastry and line pie plates with it. ( Can save half the pastry and filling in fridge for another day) Prick pastry with fork and bake 8-10 minutes.
Cream butter and sugar, mix in egg. Then fold in ground almonds. (Thermomix tip from forum to cream butter and sugar – blitz sugar on speed 9 for about 10 secs then add the butter. Soften by heating to 37 degree to soften your butter on soft speed for a minute before whipping with butterfly on speed 4 (no faster when you are using your butterfly) for about 30 secs to a minute.)
Dot or place the almond filling into the cooked pastry. Drain plums, cut in half removing pips and place cheek side up on the filling. Doesn’t matter if the filling is not smooth, it smooths out when baking.
Bake 30-40 mins, serve with cream or yoghurt. ( 30 minutes for our oven)
The sweet shortcrust pastry should make delicious base for apple pies. Only takes a a couple minutes to make the pastry in tmx , just needed to cool in fridge for an hour after.
Haha..here’s our kitchen. Basically, a disaster zone. Thought about posting a nice picture of our Friday night homemade burgers but decided on a slice of real life! The kids are on school holidays, there’s a continual demand for food, activity, outings and lots of mess everywhere. By the end of the day, the kitchen bench is littered with dirty dishes, packets that hadn’t been put away, half eaten food and drinks. Miss 14 had made chocolate fudge biscuits earlier and lunch was probably somewhere in the midst of all that mess too. Lately we have had easy tmx meals that have been posted previously. Everyone is well fed but had no time to try any new recipes and have quite a few lined up to try. Can’t wait till next week.
Mmmm yum banana cake. This recipe from the recipe community was so close to our family recipe except for the use of self raising flour instead of flour and baking powder, we had to give it a go. 85 positive comments, and it turns out lovely and moist just as everyone says. I might substitute flour and baking powder and leave bananas in when mixing, as suggested by a few members, next time but very happy with this cake as is. Sometimes our cake would fall in the middle but this one stays nice and high. Maybe because it’s cooked at 160C instead of 180C for an hour.