This basic recipe will get you perfect rice every time!
This is the ONLY pancake recipe you'll ever need - trust us!
With fresh cherries and a touch of vanilla, this jam spread is bursting with fruity flavour. Pack them up in pretty little jars with tags for a beautiful gift.
The perfect recipe to make after your Sunday roast. You're not wasting a thing! This chicken stock powder is really a pantry essential and a salute to healthy simplicity; once you have a jar, you’ll wonder what you ever did without it.
Lemon curd has long been a favourite in my household, so much so that I often whip up a batch for breakfast as I am cooking the crepes. (Bless you, Thermomix!)
Created in desperation at a cooking class after realising we had left our stash on a plane. Grab the tinned tomatoes and you are good to go. Umami on!
Homemade pastry is easier to make than you might think – especially when your Thermomix takes care of all the mixing and kneading for you. Add this recipe to your repertoire and you’ll never use the store-bought version again.
You don’t have to search country fetes for the best homemade jam – we’ve got the recipe for you! Spread it on your morning toast, use it in a Victoria sponge, or seal it up in a cute jar for a thoughtful edible gift.
This pecan dessert sauce is so delicious you'll want to pour it over everything.
Planning a Christmas in July feast? Embrace winter produce with this Northern hemisphere-inspired festive accompaniment.
This full-flavoured gravy features our secret ingredients of soy sauce and dried mushrooms for a deep hit of 'umami' (savouriness) to complement a roast.
Use a ‘thumb-sized’ red chilli for this spicy tomato chilli jam. Try a dollop in a sandwich, stir-fry or with seared fish and grilled steaks. A kitchen basic.
This densely packed spiced fruit 'cheese' is the perfect accompaniment to roast meats such as pork and duck, or a cheeseboard.
Blitz up your own homemade nut butter for spreading on toast, filling pancakes or adding to sauces.
Flavour tangy chutney with Chinese five-spice powder and paprika for an Asian-influenced condiment to serve with cheese and meat
Transform fresh basil into a tangy sauce with Parmesan, garlic, lemon and pine nuts. Keep a jar in the fridge to give sandwiches and pasta and instant lift.
This is essentially a slow-cooked stock, packed with nutrients and minerals that are released from the bones by cooking them for a long time (cider vinegar helps to draw the nutrients out of the bones). It makes a great base for ramen or soup!
Forget buying your bread, make a loaf of focaccia with just a few ingredients. Yummy!
Make dessert for tonight and for next week! These jarred desserts can be refrigerator for up to a month,
This homemade hollandaise sauce will take your next brunch party to the next level
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