10 Best Bread Recipes – Thermomix
Ever since I was five years old, I’ve had a passion for baking bread. My father, who became a professional baker at age fourteen, always instilled in me just how special creating your own loaf of bread is. I’ve loved working out how to adapt and create bread recipes for the Thermomix, and now I’m bringing you my 10 best Thermomix bread recipes to inspire you to get baking!
Spelt and Seed Loaf
This spelt and seed loaf is prepared in three minutes, using the Thermomix, and one of the fluffiest and juiciest loaves of bread out there – so tasty and perfect for sandwiches! Baking bread can be a daunting task but this spelt and seed loaf is just so perfect if you are new to baking or you just want something super tasty that is ready in minutes. It involves virtually no manual labour and once the dough is kneaded, all you need to do is to wait patiently until it has risen and then bake it! You can get the recipe by clicking here.
Cinnamon Swirl Bread Loaf
Breakfast is definitely one of my most important meals of the day. I love my morning routine of having a fresh cup of mint tea and a slice of freshly baked bread. When I imagined how much I love cinnamon scrolls I immediately thought to myself I must try this in a loaf shape. The finished cinnamon swirl bread loaf turned out so wonderfully I couldn’t believe it. The next day I had it as French toast with maple syrup and banana slices. It’s outrageously good and such a wonderfully simple Thermomix recipe to prepare for the whole family. You could easily freeze some of it and slice it up whenever you need it. Recipe can be found here.
Curry is one of my go to meals. I have a good curry whenever I just need to feel good. After a long day of work or when I’m cold I make myself a nice apricot curry and have some freshly made Naan bread to go with it. You can prepare these little bread in advance and simply keep them warm in my Thermi Servebowl. I use this Thermomix recipe to also make filled naan with garlic and cheese or my all time favourite Peshwari naan with some coconut. There are endless possibilities but this is as close to the authentic recipe as I could get. It’s super easy and fast and prepared in no time. If you want to, you can also divide the dough into smaller pieces to make bite sized naan, it’s a fun party snack. Get the recipe here!
Who would have thought that making your own traditional French baguettes could be so easy? Well, I’ve got exciting news. This Thermomix recipe is so simple, easy to follow and makes some extremely delicious French baguettes. I tried to stick to the traditional recipe as much as I could so that you guys have an authentic experience at home. The key to a really good baguette is to make a poolish overnight. Basically you leave flour, water and yeast to ferment overnight and it will help create a lovely rise and flavour for your final dough. The recipe can be found here.
Bagels have always been something that fascinate me. Their chewy texture is perfect for smoked salmon and heaps of cream cheese. But I just have to say, when you steam these bagels instead of boiling them they become something completely new and I would never go back now that I have discovered the fluffiness of a steamed bagel. This recipe is originally featured in my amazing Varoma book Steaming Hot. You can find the recipe on the blog right here.
There is nothing better than a fresh slice of beer bread with some butter and cheese. I like to keep things simple and just lather on the fresh butter when I make a lovely bread at home. This simple Thermomix recipe is a super easy one to adapt and you could, instead of baking it on a tray, also bake it inside a dutch oven. Simply take a cast iron pot and heat up in the oven for at least 45 minutes. Instead of dropping the bread onto the tray you can then simply place it inside the hot cast iron casserole dish and close the lid. After 15 minutes of baking you can open the lid and will end up with a super tasty and fluffy bread. Get the recipe here!
New York Rye Loaf
This New York Rye bread is one of my all-time favourite sourdough loaves and only one of the incredibly delicious recipes from my new book Real Bread! Whenever I think of New York I remember the best and most amazing place I have ever been to for lunch: 2nd Avenue Deli. Their amazing matzo ball soup and rye bread with a strong gherkin is worth the trip to New York alone. They make it so wonderfully, I could have it every day. You can find the recipe here.
This Thermomix Chocolate baguette is a special treat that is definitely going to be an attraction at your breakfast table. The recipe is so easy to prepare and tastes gorgeous. If you are on the lookout for a very special bread, this Thermomix chocolate baguette might be the ideal recipe for you. It tastes like baguette, it looks like chocolate and it makes a fantastic snack for breakfast with jam or Nutella. The bread is so simple and easily prepared in minutes. The taste of chocolate is very subtle and because no sugar is added, it is not too sweet. There are so many flavour combinations that you can try with this bread, it is endless. Imagine chocolate and goats cheese. I reckon that is something decadent. Find the recipe here.
Thermomix Pretzels are an absolute treat for the whole family. Make these salty, authentic pretzels with cheese dip in your Thermomix. I have always loved the salty taste of pretzels and when I was younger we used to have Bavarian evenings with pretzels. We used to make the pretzels with cheese or sometimes even sweet, dipped in butter and rolled in cinnamon-sugar mix. They are great the next day for lunch as well! The dough for these Thermomix pretzels is very straight forward but what makes the pretzels so unique is the finishing solution. Typically lye was used to give the pretzels the great golden brown and salty finish as the lye reacts with the dough. But it is very dangerous and can cause serious burns, especially if you want to make pretzels with your children I would not recommend it. Instead, you can simply boil some water with bicarbonate of soda and you get the exact same effect, without the danger. Get the recipe here.
Rosemary Lemon Focaccia
This is the quickest and easiest Rosemary Lemon Focaccia that you can make and super easy using your Thermomix. Only takes minutes and is so delicious. Serve it sliced with some olive oil and balsamic vinegar dip or slice it up and fill it with some pancetta ham and pecorino cheese. The leftovers are great for the next day as sandwiches. The dough is quite wet so it is always important to handle it with lots of olive oil on your hands and place greaseproof paper underneath the dough so that you don’t need to transfer any dough later on. Make your own with the recipe here.
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