I’m getting in early this month so I can wish everyone a Happy New Year, but also give you as much time as possible to consider Interest Free purchase options, as well as getting in quickly to book into a Demonstration if you have been thinking about it during January.
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Some thoughts on food, Thermomix’s and having survived my first food-intolerance-filled Christmas…
I can’t tell you how relieved I am to have had my Thermomix this Christmas. It has meant I could do easy meals, quickly and under pressure with hungry kids on those busy days in the lead-up to Christmas… not to mention allowing me to travel with our highly food-intolerant toddler without much of a food-fallout either.
The easy clean-up even in someone else’s kitchen was fantastic, as was the ability to make batches of goodies in advance when my older children needed food so they could stay with their grandparents for a few days between Christmas and New Year.
These bread rolls are one food I prepared for my family around Christmas – nice easy snack and gets them away from thinking of gluten filled bread!
It’s been my current project to get them more ‘normal’ … I’ve managed to get them to a fairly stable point now – they come out consistently fluffy and similar to ‘normal’ bread rolls. Big catch with them seems to be the oven temperature that you cook them at. I pre-heat the oven to 200C and generally cook there or a bit cooler, for around 15-20 minutes. If you are finding that your bread/rolls aren’t cooking through, maybe try having the oven hotter in the pre-heating stage at least. It will probably come down to experimentation with how your oven best functions.
I will update the recipe (here) with some more pictures and clarifying what I do in the coming weeks.
Enough from me for now! Best wishes for 2014, and I hope that it is everything you had hoped for, and not too many of those nasty unexpected things pop in!
Please take care in the remainder of this festive season.