Meat stock cubes (TM)

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Meat stock cubes (TM)
Meat stock cubes (TM)
The new Thermomix TM5 (2014)
Servings:Serves 6 - Makes about 1 litre
Calories per serving:243
Ready in:45 minutes
Prep. time:10 minutes
Cook time:35 minutes
Recipe author:JuliaBalbilla
First published:20th October 2012

Making your own stock concentrate or cubes is very economical and keeps well without the addition of un-natural chemicals. This is a Spanish version


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  1. Put the meat in the bowl to chop it 10 seconds / Speed 8.
  2. Remove the meat and reserve it.
  3. Next, tip in the tomato and all of the vegetables and chop 10 seconds / Speed 6.
  4. Incorporate the meat, wine, bay leaf, clove and salt 30 minutes / 100° / Speed 1.
  5. If, due to the type of salt, meat, etc. that you use, you see a little liquid, program 5 minutes / Temp. Varoma / Speed 1.
  6. Leave it to cool in the bowl for a few minutes, then blend 1 minute / Speed 6 and finally 1 minute / Speed 10.

Recipe source

  • This is a translation of a recipe in Thermomix TM31 - Imprescindible para tu cocina which is the book supplied with Spanish TMXs.

Chef's notes

Keep in a container in the fridge. Salt is a natural preservative. When the mixture is cold, you can shape it into a 4cm cylinder, cut it into medallions of 2cm thick and wrap them individually in cling film or tin foil.

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