Sometimes it is necessary to stick to the pantry basics, whether it is a bit of a tight money week or you might not have access to a range of items – here are the Top 10 Pantry Basics Thermomix Recipes. Here are some recipes to transform some cans of chickpeas, lentils, beans or tomato paste – into delicious meals.
#1 Butter Chicken / Butter Chickpeas
If you have plenty of time on your hands but not too much chicken, why not make Butter Chickpeas? Put that Skinnymixers Spice collection to good use and whip up the famous Skinnymixers Butter Chicken.
Add some drained tinned chickpeas to the Butter Chicken Sauce to bulk out the Butter Chicken Sauce with some cauliflower and roasted pumpkin. If you don’t have any butter or cream, it is delicious using olive oil and coconut cream.
Not only is it perfect for using up sad vegetables from the fridge, it is extremely budget friendly. Using only a small amount of bacon, some pasta and some pantry staples – you have a hearty, warming soup that the whole family will enjoy.
If you love this Soup you should also try the Minestrone recipe from A Little Taste of Italy, you will find your new favourite!
This Savoury Mince Thermomix recipe makes a huge amount of food using some simple kitchen staples. Using frozen vegetables makes this dish extremely budget friendly and you can adapt it to whatever herbs and vegetables that you have on hand. Don’t be afraid to adjust to your families tastes if you would prefer to add some Babas Curry Powder.
You can serve Savoury Mince on mash, rice, pasta or even on toast. Transform leftovers into delicious pies or even a pasta bake using the Healthy Carbonara Sauce for extra hidden vegetables!
If you don’t have any mince, this recipe from The Healthy Mix III actually has a vegetarian variation that utilises lentils. You could also use some lentils to bulk out this dish to make it go even further!
Next time you are at the supermarket grab a bag of frozen cauliflower to keep on hand for this fast & delicious Healthy Carbonara Sauce from The Healthy Mix I. Big on flavour, low on carbs you can pan fry some chicken, bacon or even mushrooms (if they take your fancy??)
Serve this tasty sauce with zucchini noodles, pasta or even over pan-fried chicken breast.