Taking the Thermomix for a Test Drive

thermomix biscuits Taking the Thermomix for a Test Drive

It’s probably no secret that my favourite room to be in is the kitchen. I spend most of my time here, and yet I’m not the kitchen gadgety type – my small appliances are limited to an ancient food processor, a blender, stand mixer and waffle iron. And slow cooker. And hand beaters – although I don’t use them for anything other than whipping cream anymore. And a hand-held immersion blender I couldn’t do without. ( Wait. I have more gadgets than I thought I did.) I really don’t need (or want) anything else – I’ve never even used a rice cooker, although many insist they are life-changing – but when I was asked to take a Thermomix for a spin I agreed, intrigued by its functionality. (Also? My blender – one with a good brand name – has always refused to blend anything unless I open the lid and coax the ingredients down with a spatula approximately elevenhundred times per smoothie. It isn’t good for much else, except the occasional margarita with chunks of ice that prevent it being sipped through a straw.)

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And so one arrived by courier. I unpacked it, curious that the machine has been around for 15 years, and yet still so unknown even I made the common mistake of confusing it with a Vitamix – those high performance blenders I’ve been tempted to invest in for years, since everyone who owns one seems to be unable to live without it. Turns out a Thermomix is more than just a blender – it can do practically everything in the kitchen, including warm things, cook things, knead things, pulverize things and make ice cream (whoops – I have an ice cream machine too), which is perhaps why it sat on my countertop untouched for over a month.

I avoided eye contact with it, working around it and its accessories until I realized I had to either send it packing or spend some time getting to know it better.

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So here’s the thing: the Thermomix is a very Jetsons-esque machine that looks like no other kitchen appliance I’m familiar with. It has a stainless steel canister in the middle that’s sized halfway between a blender and food processor, a bunch of buttons, and a few attachments that don’t at all resemble the usual slicing and grating blades that come with your average food processor. There’s a spaceship looking thing that can sit on top if you want it to, and another round mixing bowl looking thing with straight sides, and a fancy paddle beater and spatula. It comes with its own cookbook, instruction manual and DVD, and when you buy one – it is a bit of an investment – you get a one on one tutorial to walk you through how it works. (Which is a great idea – I’m sure I’m not the only one who ignores instruction manuals.) I did this by Skype, from my laptop set on the kitchen counter beside the machine, and after learning how to take the pieces on and off, lock and unlock the lid and all that stuff, I made fresh lemonade, focaccia dough, soup and raspberry sorbet in under half an hour.

Strawberry rhubarb Lemonade Taking the Thermomix for a Test Drive

The way it makes lemonade is very cool: you quarter whole lemons, add them to the machine with powdered sugar (it dissolves more quickly) and berries or rhubarb or watermelon or fresh mint if you want a more exotic lemonade, then blitz the lot and pour it through its strainer lid into a pitcher full of ice. Done. I like my lemonade tart, and the zest adds so much more flavour than the juice alone – you’re left with this little basket of pulp you can dump in the compost bin. This thing must be killer at cocktails. It blasted W’s smoothie into oblivion in approximately 8 seconds, without requiring me to pulse it repeatedly to eliminate any evidence of kale among the banana and berries. (When you use the turbo button – and it’s kind of cool to have a blender with turbo functionality – it runs at over 10,000 rotations per minute – 250 km/h – faster than a sports car.)

I started out just using it as a blender/food processor, to puree things like hummus and batter for crepes and puffed pancakes. Just the familiars. And I made a batch of real vanilla sugar, in which you blitz dried-out vanilla beans right into sugar, rather than tuck a bean into a jar to infuse it. You wind up with a far more intense flavour in pale ash-coloured sugar with little black bits. (You can do this in the food processor, but I had to put mine through a sieve afterward – it didn’t pulverize the vanilla beans very well.) It’s vanilla sugar extreme!

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But: among the very cool things about it is the fact that it cooks. I didn’t quite get this part at first – I was a little intimidated by the instruction manual, but powered through – and once I actually paid attention (this can be hard for me), it was easy to get the hang of. You set the time you want it to go (seconds or minutes) and then the temperature, and the speed you want it to be gently stirred/aggressively mixed/blitzed. (Read: no standing at the stovetop stirring!) The blade can be set to go forwards (sharp!) or in reverse (dull!), which comes in handy when you’re kneading bread dough – but I’ll get to that later. I now know what all the buttons do – I can’t say the same for my camera or the stereo.

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So for example – you can put onions, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, ginger, garlic and curry paste in the Thermomix (even chop it in there first!!), set it to cook for 10 minutes, add stock and let it go a little longer, then puree the lot right in the machine and pour it into a mug. Seriously. I’m thinking this has huge potential for college students with no kitchens. (Or me a month from now with no kitchen.)

(I’m feeling a little like Vince from Slap Chop. Whatevs. I don’t think you have a boring life.)

I made another batch of sorbet – just to refresh my memory, you know – and without having the recipe, dumped most of a bag of frozen raspberries into the machine with some icing sugar and blitzed it to a brilliant pink, intensely tart sorbet. Realizing I had some cream in the fridge that needed using, I added that too – and in about a minute had some of the best ice cream I’ve eaten since Tofino.

raspberry sorbet Taking the Thermomix for a Test Drive

To explain – it doesn’t have freezing capabilities or a freezer insert, it’s just that the blade is powerful enough to process frozen berries into ice cream while they’re still solid. (Also in my freezer: strawberries, blackberries and mango, which I’m thinking I’ll turn into sorbet with coconut milk.) It comes out soft but scoopable; a recipe for chocolate ice cream in the Thermomix cookbook called for melting chocolate in the machine, then simmering and stirring it into custard (also in the machine), then freezing the mixture in a tray, cutting it into frozen cubes and putting it back in the Thermomix to process into ice cream.

Thermomix ice cream collage Taking the Thermomix for a Test Drive

I had heard it’s powerful enough to grind grains – and even dried beans, like chickpeas, into flour. (!!!) And it is. I think I’d kill my food processor by attempting this.

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Home grain mills can be pricey – it’s very cool that this has that functionality. It can even blitz regular granulated sugar into powdered sugar – which means I won’t be borrowing it from the neighbours anymore when I run out. (Also? Regular sugar is cheaper.)

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Knowing how powerful the machine was made me want to experiment with nut butters. You can make peanut/almond/cashew butter in a food processor, but it takes a good few minutes to get it past the point of really finely ground nuts. The Thermomix did it in seconds.

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I put in some dry roasted peanuts, turned it on for about ten seconds, and had this:

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Another fifteen produced this – wonderful, pure nut butter. I did batches with pecans and almonds and cashews -all you need is pinch of salt and a drizzle of canola or nut oil if it needs to be coaxed along.

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And then! Peanutella. Seriously. Just add cocoa and icing sugar.

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The first blitz produced this thick, dough-like mixture that would have been perfect as a filling for homemade chocolate-peanut butter truffles. Or rolled into balls and nibbled in the middle of the night. But I added a splash of canola oil to loosen things up a bit, and in approximately twelve seconds had smooth, spreadable peanutella:

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It took awhile, but once we were forced to spend a few hours in the same room interacting with each other, I fell in love. (Interestingly, I wound up with Mike the same way.)

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Swap in the butterfly paddle and it can whip cream and egg whites like a boss.

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Another thing I love: it has a built-in scale, so you can hit the tare button and add each ingredient right to the canister without need for measuring cups – and know you’ll have far more accurate measurements, especially when baking.

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I made a loaf of bread from the Thermomix cookbook – which is European, and so calls for some ingredients we don’t consider common here, and lists baking temperatures only in celcius – but is a good starting point to get a feel for what the machine can do. (Perhaps they need a Canadianized Thermomix cookbook. Ahem.) It has a dough setting – the same blades rotate backwards, on their dull sides. Even cooler – you can proof your yeast by putting it into the canister with water and a pinch of sugar and setting it on warm. You then add your flour – using the scale if you want – and let it knead the dough in a warm environment as well, which kind of kickstarts the rising process.

Bonus: the machine has grippy rubber suction cups on the bottom, which keeps it in place on the countertop as it works – no rocking or walking across the counter to the edge, as some other appliances are wont to do.

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I thought I’d do a batch of chocolate chip cookies, just for research purposes. I loved that I could chop the chocolate and nuts for a few seconds, then grind a cup of oats into nutty flour.

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I was curious how it would beat butter, sugar and eggs. Two minutes on a low speed produced this consistency:

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And another two made it even better.

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Then all I had to do was add the flour, ground oats, baking soda, chocolate and nuts and set it to stir for ten seconds or so, and scoop the dough directly out of the bowl to bake. Hm.

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I bet it makes whipped shortbread like a champ. As a food writer, I might keep doing dough in the stand mixer, but this is a great alternative – especially for home cooks who just want to make a batch of cookies from scratch with minimal mess.

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And then! I made a batch of Meyer lemon marmalade entirely in the Thermomix – no stovetop required. It heated it, stirred it, and it turned out beautifully – without having to stir or worry about scorching or add pectin. It chopped and cooked in one bowl. I am all about minimal dishes.

thermomix marmalade 1 Taking the Thermomix for a Test Drive

Roughly following this recipe, I chopped an orange and a couple Meyer lemons, added the juice and zest of a regular lemon (too much pith and membrane in that one to add it whole) and chopped it in the Thermomix (I chopped it a little more finely than I meant – I’m not used to this power – but then again, I do like it with this fine texture, rather than with enormous chunks of orange peel), then added some water and cooked it on high for 10 minutes.

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Added sugar, cooked it 20 minutes longer, and it came out perfect. No more heating.

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If anything, when I pulled the jar out for breakfast this morning it was a bit too set – citrus membranes and seeds are a great source of pectin, so blending them in (rather than simmer them in cheesecloth) is ultra-effective. But hey, I can make jam in this thing! Then just pour it into jars.

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And yes – I made the biscuits too – after blitzing grains into flour. I feel like an instant homesteader.

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I figured I should take the attachments for a spin – I don’t usually steam things, but had it in mind to pick up a stack of bamboo steamer baskets so I could make steamed pork buns. Turned out the Varoma attachment (the spaceship basket with a steamer tray insert) worked beautifully.

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And because I used a Jamie Oliver recipe that called for 500 g of flour, I could add it directly to the bowl using the scale. I mixed up the dough (flour + baking powder + coconut milk), filled them (shredded chicken or pork + ginger + cilantro + BBQ or hoisin sauce), popped them in the steamer attachment and they were done in 20 minutes.

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The only thing I would change, from a user perspective, is to make the little clear plastic plug in the lid – which is also, brilliantly, a measuring cup – somehow lock into place. On my blender, you turn it to open – having it loose makes it easy to take in and out to add ingredients, but when you take the lid off and put it upside down (because there’s usually food splattered on the underside) the middle part falls out. Totally not a big deal, just a little feedback for the design department. And because I feel like it’s all gushing here.

pork buns 2 Taking the Thermomix for a Test Drive

The nitty gritty: Yes, the Thermomix has a hefty price tag – $1599, which is likely a deterrent for many – and one of the reasons I was hesitant to take it for a spin in the first place. (But on the other hand, people seem willing to pay for the performance of a Vitamix.) And I do love that it’s a firm $1599 – no sales, no fluctuating prices – it is what it is. Honestly, looking at new ovens and fridges for this kitchen makeover (which no, has not begun yet) is putting things into perspective in terms of what kitchen appliances cost. The Thermomix is kind of a mid-range machine – more than a food processor, less than an oven, and does all these other cool things. If it can replace my food processor and blender, my digital scale, hand mixer and potentially my stand mixer (although I do love my stand mixer – I think I’ll keep it, but I’m sure it will be put to work less often as I love the idea of kneading dough in a warm environment), acts as a grain mill and could do the job of my hand-held immersion blender and ice cream machine? That’s a bigger deal.

Saving myself counter and storage space is also a pretty big deal these days.

If you have questions about the Thermomix, blogger Valerie Lugonja in Edmonton is the rep for Alberta – she knows all, and has plenty of recipes on her website. She’s the one who gave me my skype tutorial, and can answer all Thermomix-related questions, including directing you to a rep in your area. Talk to her! And ask me too – I’ll be doing much more playing with this – I know it has far more potential (up next: risotto!) and I just may have it set up in the dining room once the kitchen gets torn out.

* Yes! Thermomix Canada sent me a machine at no cost to myself – although I was fully prepared to send it back if I didn’t love it. I can’t afford the counter space.

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April 14 2014 12:23 pm | leftovers

122 Responses to “Taking the Thermomix for a Test Drive”

  1. Jules @ WolfItDown on 14 Apr 2014 at 1:59 pm #

    Seems like you sure have taken this thing for a good few spins already! I love the diversity in foods you can use it for, it looks like the only thing you’d need in the kitchen! (OK, perhaps except from a frying pan and my beloved Scandinavian waffle iron)… Yum! So many great ideas and inspiration in this post, thanks for sharing! x

  2. Lisa | Je suis alimentageuse on 14 Apr 2014 at 2:19 pm #

    Holy smokes that thing looks awesome! Nut butters, chickpea flour, ice cream, soup… what CAN’T it do? I wish it were anywhere near my price range though. 1599 is more than two months of my rent o_o.

  3. Elaine on 14 Apr 2014 at 2:21 pm #

    My mouth is open — at the sheer amount of stuff this can do, at the price tag, at the awesomeness that you got one for free — and I’m now adding a Thermomix to my “When I Find My Own Miss Havisham” wishlist.

  4. Vivian on 14 Apr 2014 at 3:14 pm #

    HOLY COW!!! $1599!!!! Not in my kitchen anytime in the future at that price!. Anyway, its kind of Old School to do things by hand, feel the ingredients, use your mortar and pestal, smell the spices, watch things simmer as the steam rises to your nostrils. I think we rely on “machines” way too much.

  5. Helene Meurer on 14 Apr 2014 at 3:30 pm #

    Hi Julie: I am so thrilled to see my fave kitchen machine being tested in your capable hands! Loved your review and gorgeous photos.

    This totally versatile machine won me over a few years ago not because of all I could make with it from scratch, but moreso because of the ease of cleanup after playing in the kitchen. Simply put, it allows me to accomplish so much more while making better use of ingredients. There is less food waste in my house now, and I’m making so much more at home from scratch — so gratifying.

    As you mentioned, it saves on dishes used in prep, but also that stainless steel bowl is a dream to clean. I use mine several times each day and it usually cleans up with just an easy swish. Sometimes at the end of the day it goes into the dishwasher for a “spa” treatment ;-)

    Great that you connected with Valerie! She offers a valuable breadth of experience with this machine as you can see in her blog. I too highly recommend people contact her if at all curious. I would love to see more fellow Canadians get hip to this amazing machine. Did you know there are 7 million of these in kitchens around the world? Especially in today’s super busy times, this machine pays for itself because it will cook away efficiently preparing a meal safely and unsupervised, as we tidy up, check email or take a shower.

    No, I don’t sell the machine, but I DO love it! I’m so glad you got over your initial intimidation and I hope you will continue to experiment with it. If you decide to keep your stand mixer, you can always store that one out of sight because I can pretty much guarantee you’ll soon be be reaching for the Thermomix more often than not :)

  6. Shelley S. on 14 Apr 2014 at 3:51 pm #

    I love my machine, and it is one of THE most used small appliances in my kitchen (besides the coffee maker). I sometimes forget all the cool things it can do (like make jam). I love making risotto in it! Cheese sauce is a dream, as you just throw everything in at once and it comes out perfect! (no making a roux first and then adding your milk and cheese). To sharpen the blades, just grind up some ice! Totally worth the price tag!

  7. Barb on 14 Apr 2014 at 3:56 pm #

    Holy smokes! I have never seen anything like this machine before. I wish, I hope, I want but I highly doubt. Let us know what else you are doing with it. I experience all kinds of fun things through you Julie!

  8. G on 14 Apr 2014 at 4:39 pm #

    If u have time, check out the Bellini Kitchen Master too

  9. Judy on 14 Apr 2014 at 7:10 pm #

    LOL at the spambots that have appeared in your comments. I think “Every stuff is quality based stuff” will be my new motto.

    On topic: my relatives in Australia ADORE their Thermomix. There is some blueberry muffin thing that is apparently to die for. I considered getting one, but I want the kids to see me cooking the old way first. Maybe once they’ve left the nest…

  10. Lana on 14 Apr 2014 at 7:24 pm #

    That looks really cool. The main container looks like stainless steel. What are the other parts made out of? Plastic? Nonstick? Glass? Thanks.
    PS Did the spambots lie and check off the “confirm you are NOT a spammer” box? :)

  11. lovetocook on 14 Apr 2014 at 9:10 pm #

    Does it dispense Coca Cola? This is a revolution in cooking. Cancel that reno; you won’t need it!

  12. Barbara Bamber | justasmidgen on 14 Apr 2014 at 10:26 pm #

    I’ve seen this machine at work on Valerie’s website, it is really incredible. I loved that you showcased so many different recipes in one post, it really highlights how much this machine can do!

  13. Lana K on 15 Apr 2014 at 7:31 am #

    Adding a K to my name now that I see another “Lana” up above. :) THIS LOOKS AMAZING. I killed my blender recently trying to grind cashews. Before I started doing such things (grinding nuts, making my own hummus), I gave away my old food processor because I never used it. And I don’t have a stand mixer. I can’t afford a 1599.00 machine but Oh can I ever see how wonderful it would be to have one of these. I love the space-saving part and the versatility. Have fun with it, Julie!

  14. Cathy D on 15 Apr 2014 at 10:03 am #

    Um, that’s quite the machine! I’ve been looking at Vitamix, maybe not so much now. And you are SO CUTE with the Mike comments, LOL.

  15. Vivian on 15 Apr 2014 at 7:42 pm #

    Gee…some of these posts sound SO much like info-mercials…(Helene?) Might be a great machine but how many households could afford it?!!

  16. Christina Tassell on 15 Apr 2014 at 10:03 pm #

    Hi Valerie
    In Australia we pay $1939 and they are selling like hot cakes.
    I was initially a consultant and after 2 years left the company but do love the versatility of the Thermomix.
    There are great recipes on the website.
    BTW when you have finished cooking take the measuring cup out of the lid and put it upside down on your bench then remove lid and put onto measuring cup upside down. VOILA no mess on bench;)

  17. Vivian on 15 Apr 2014 at 11:46 pm #

    If one looks to the magic bullet in combination with a microwave…the same things can be accomplished….at way less than $1600!

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  20. EThel on 17 Apr 2014 at 4:13 pm #

    i purchased my thermomix from Valerie about a year and a half ago. best investment i ever made. i can make all of the recipes you showcased and tons more. i find i can make healthy smoothies and soups very quickly. There is never a reason for left over vegetables to go to waste. i can make small quantity meals much easier than i could before and there is very little clean up. I use my steamer to refresh cold meats instead of the microwave. i also like that i can make any sauce or gravy lump free (i struggle with that) there are a lot of good blogs and websites that have recipes and tricks for the thermomix. I really like my machine and regret not buying it sooner.

  21. Im At Home Baking on 19 Apr 2014 at 5:43 am #

    Wow, this thing is neat and now I want one!

  22. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef on 19 Apr 2014 at 6:49 pm #

    If my house burnt down tomorrow, the first thing I’d replace is my Thermomix. They’re more expensive way down here but I’d still get another one.

    Valerie is the BEST!!!

  23. Vincci on 20 Apr 2014 at 11:48 am #

    I’d always been a little skeptical of the Thermomix and like you, if I got one I’d probably let it sit for months before trying all this stuff. It looks super-cool though and I’m pleasantly surprised by how much you like it, especially since Mardi didn’t seem to (or was it another brand?) Thanks for sharing!

  24. Judith on 20 Apr 2014 at 2:47 pm #

    Great review and nice pictures !!!

    I’ve been looking at the Thermomix for quite a while now … and the Vitamix. My blender is out of order and I want to upgrade to a more powerfull machine. I like the TM for all it can do and I know I would love working with it.

    I have a question : how does the Thermomix perform for green juices / smoothies with spinach, celeri ribs or other leafy greens – do you have to chew or strain your juice ? If you put carrots in it, will you end up with bits and pieces or can you “juice” them ? How about frozen fruits or ice ?

    The Vitamix is a good choice for juices / smoothies but can the TM do the job ? In your opinion, do you need both machines ?

    Thank you.

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