Everyday thermo cooking by Alyce Alexandra

It’s been over three years since my previous posts about Thermomix cookbooks and new Thermomix cookbooks at Cockburn Libraries. But when I brought this one home and my husband (who usually can’t understand why I need ANOTHER thermy cookbook) asked me to buy it straight away, I felt that it deserved it’s own review! Side note: If you are ever looking to buy cookbooks, or any books, for your own collection then check out Booko for the best deals.

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The fact that the recipes in this cookbook truly are “real-life” and “everyday” is the reason that it appeals to our family. The meals are quick to prepare, can be adapted for family palates and make use of leftovers. The book is not Thermomix-specific, you can use the recipes with any thermal cooker.

I decided to do a week’s worth of meal planning using this book and we enjoyed every recipe. The dinners we have tried so far include a risotto with many options to suit the ingredients we had, Korean rice bowls, Massaman beef curry and a noodle curry soup made from the leftovers. Curried lentil ‘sausage’ rolls are popular with one of my sons for his lunchbox and we all loved the cheat’s vanilla slice and the after dinner mint hot chocolate!

If you enjoy Alyce’s recipes, you can download free ebooks from her website or click on the below covers to reserve more of her cookbooks.
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