If you’re not bi/multi-lingual, have you ever wondered how you’ll manage to cook the recipes from the non-English platforms?
Easy. Log into Cookidoo via Google Chrome, select which country’s platform you want to browse, wait for the translation prompt and enable it. If you like a recipe, use the ‘notes’ function and make a list of the ingredients in English, in the same order as they appear in Cookidoo. Add the recipe to your playlist. Once you sync your Cook Key, the recipe will appear in your playlist but in the original language. 👆🏼👆🏼Here’s how to access your notes to view the ingredients in English. You can access your notes at each step throughout guided cooking. Problem solved!
This was quick and packs so much flavour. Even the small child enjoyed it and she’s not really a fan of soupy dishes. Tip: I always make triple or quadruple the paste component and freeze for later use. Makes for a super quick and tasty meal. The recipe is on Cookidoo in the book ‘Soups For All Seasons’. It’ll be a favourite on my Cook Key 👌🏼
After making @trtlmt’s Weetbix Slice yesterday, I had this idea to shake it up a little and I’m so pleased with the result. Can’t believe I’d never tried this before. My actual proper Mille Fueille was nice, but I reckon this one’s going to be even better
I’m not a fan of box cereals, but I have wanted to try this recipe for 2 whole years. Hubster always has a box of #weetbix in the pantry, so I thought why not give it a go? It’s surprisingly delicious! I made it using my silicone muffin tray so that I didn’t have to cut it up as a slice, because I’m hopeless at cutting anything. I butcher anything I touch 😂🍴 Try it, it’s a fab and easy recipe by @trtlmt (The Road To Loving My Thermomixer). I reckon they’ll freeze well too 👌🏼
I've had a few requests for soup lately and so I've been recommending this one that I often make on a cold, dreary day. Simple, minimal ingredients and so much flavour. You can find my recipe in the Thermomix Recipe Community. Find me under McDreamSteam
Amazing on so many levels! I don't think I'd ever made a sponge cake before and this one was way too easy. This recipe is from 'Beat The Heat, Frozen Treats' on Cookidoo. I'd say it's going on the favourites list 😋
The chocolate drizzle gave it an extra bit of sweetness and crunch
I tried to get a bit fancy today with the Choux Pastry from The Basic Cookbook. I made Eclaires with the automated custard recipe, using cream in place of milk. Ridiculously tasty! Lucky everyone is out otherwise I won't have any left to take to a party tonight!
The the image on the right - 'Mini Donuts' from the German collection, which is now a favourite on my Cook Key. These ones aren't leaving the house 😂🐷🍩
When the small child asks for peanut butter, you give her peanut butter. I prefer not to buy store bought, with a few exceptions as many peanut spreads are actually ok and don't contain too much cr@p. But I had peanuts and I certainly had two minutes to spare, so I whipped some up myself. Two ingredients - roasted peanuts and a sprinkle of Himalayan pink salt 👌🏼