Thermy has been in action so much that I've often ended up with both bowls in the dishwasher.
Nothing major this week, just little things.
I made an enormous Teviot pie on Wednesday. Teviot pie is a minced beef pie with a suet crust pastry.
I chickened out of using Thermy to chop my kilo of beef braising steak into mince, fearing that it might puree it. I used my Sage food processor, which has a blades at two levels, which means that you don't end up with puree at the bottom and mince at the top. I will try Thermy another time, on a smaller quantity.
Thermy was used to make the mire poix (or is it soffrito) which was fried in oil at the beginning. It was made up of onion, celery and carrot. I used it to chop garlic and courgettes, and mushrooms. I also ground 40g red lentils to a fine powder to use as a thickener. Definite successes.
It was also used to make a simple banana milkshake (milk and frozen banana) for granddaughter Kaitlyn, and a simple strawberry milkshake (milk and frozen strawberry) for grandson Hayden. Definite success.
I put some cheese and cherry tomatoes in and blitzed it, which made an excellent sandwich filling. It didn't turn into a cream, because i didn't add anything else to help it do that... but it made it very easy to spread and to get a good even coating, right to the edge. It was less fiddly than grated cheese, and more even (and economical) than sliced cheese. Definite success.
Later, I used the same thing to make cheese on toast. It was much easier than working with grated cheese (which I invariably drop onto the hot grill pan), or sliced cheese. Definite success.
Last night I made a small amount of cake mix, as I had a craving for it. I've been
eating a lot of carp (crisps, sugary bread) lately, and I shouldn't
have given in to the craving.
MH used it to cook fish, which he was pleased with. I was out, so I don't have any more information about it, lol.
Another good week.