The magic of multi-layer cooking

With your Thermomix®, Varoma and simmering basket, the time and space saving possibilities are endless!

Multi-layer cooking 101

Give your Varoma a workout

Get inspired by the multi-level functionality of your Thermomix® today! Cookidoo® is home to heaps of all-in-one recipes – where you can cook different components at once, using your basic Thermomix® accessories. Making dinner becomes twice as nice, when you can conveniently whip up a main and a side dish at the same time!

Discover the recipes

Stacked seafood suppers

Twice as nice!

Sweet sweet (V)aromas

Multi-layer cooking in the Thermomix® doesn’t just save you time and space at dinner time, there is a world of sweet treats to discover that use simmering and steaming functionalities to create juicy, tasty, velvety desserts.

Cheesecakes in jars

Cheesecakes in jars

Sticky toffee puddings

Sticky toffee puddings

Pears in red wine

Pears in red wine

Steamed chocolate cake with whipped cream

Steamed chocolate cake with whipped cream

Peanut butter and jam doughnuts

Peanut butter and jam doughnuts

Black forest pudding

Black forest pudding

Spanish flan

Spanish flan

The Great Aussie 'bite'

The Great Aussie 'bite'

Steaming with Matt Sinclair

Thermomix® TM6 Ambassador Matt Sinclair has created a mouth-watering recipe collection for Cookidoo which you have the opportunity to try at one of his Signature cooking experiences. Explore the exquisite flavours, and multi-layer convenience, if his recipes today!

Matt’s Steamed Red Curry Fish is a beautiful example for the flavoursome versatility that layered Thermomix® cooking brings to simple meal preparation. By cooking with the Varoma and simmering basket you succulently steamed fish fillet with the heat and aromas of the fragrant red curry sauce – cooking in the mixing bowl.

His velvety Steamed Banana Puddings with Honey Ginger Crème Anglaise are gently steamed in the Varoma to lock in flavour and moisture. Alongside the silky-smooth crème anglaise, which is delicately stirred and heated in the mixing bowl – this delectable dessert is an absolute crowd pleaser (and quick enough to pull together as a mid-week treat!)

Did you know that if you book Matt Sinclair's Signature Cooking Experience by 30 September 2019 you go in the draw to WIN a trip to his restaurant in Noosa, including dinner, flights and accommodation? More information can be found here.

Our favourite Varoma dishes from Matt Sinclair

The eastern origins of steaming

The art of steaming food is an old tradition with strong roots in Asia.

Multi-layer cooking with the Thermomix® incorporates layers of flavours and steaming to save time and space when preparing meals. Steaming is a traditional and time-honoured way to cook. For thousands of years the Chinese have utilised layered bamboo steaming baskets to cook vegetables, fish, breads, dumplings and fruits – preparing an entire meal on the various levels of baskets at the one time. So, dust off your Varoma and get steaming! Steaming with Thermomix® is just one way to make meals simpler, sooner and healthier.

Explore these Cookidoo® collections to discover more multi-layer recipe inspiration from around the world.