When choosing to prepare starters or even a first course, there are many recipes that exist and that can be made with the Thermomix. However, in this case we want to introduce you to a simple proposal that is very typical of certain regions of Scotland. This recipe calls for onions
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We are referring to cheese and onion puff pastry.
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Cheese and onion puff pastry
1 thermomix plates
6 puff pastry sheets.
125 grams of milk.
500 grams of potatoes.
20 grams of butter.
250 grams of cheddar cheese, although you can choose another that you like more.
Once you have all these products in the kitchen, it is time for you to put on your apron and activate your Thermomix. Specifically, these are the steps you must follow:
Insert the appliance into the appliance for several seconds onion and cut it, it will be enough to put it at speed 5.
Then bet on grate the cheese, which you can do with your Thermomix in just ten seconds and with a speed of 7. Then proceed to reserve it until you need it.
The next step will be to proceed to add the onion together with the butter and cook them together for about five minutes at speed 5.
Once that time has passed, what you will have to do is add both the potatoes, properly peeled and chopped, as well as the salt and milk. On speed 1, cook for 25 minutes.
After that time you should check that the potatoes are soft enough. And if so, you should proceed to add the cheese that you had already prepared previously. At speed 3, keep it like this for 20 seconds, until you get a homogeneous paste and proceed to add the pepper and salt to taste.
Cut the puff pastry sheets into twelve pastes and fill them with the dough that you have prepared in the Thermomix is what you should do next. Then, seal the pasta well with beaten egg and put them in the oven, previously preheated, and keep them there for about 20 minutes, until they are golden brown.