Thermomix Worcestershire Sauce

Happy Christmas Eve everybody!!

Flicking through recipes looking for a couple of last minute gifts to make to share with my husband’s family at the Christmas table tomorrow, I discovered another one of Jan’s amazing recipes which fits the brief to a tee – easy, I have all the ingredient here and it does not need me to do much!! I thought I would take time out to share this recipe with you in case you leave things to the last minute like me!!

I have also been lucky enough to have been sent Alyce Alexandra’s latest cookbook “Recipes From Our Cooking School” to gift to you. What great timing with Christmas here! I thought it would be fun to find out what you would like to know more about so all you need to do to win this book is comment below on what recipe, tips or theme you would like to see at a Thermomix cooking class. The winner will be drawn randomly by the number of their comment. ** Please note this prize has now been drawn….congratulations to Susie ** Should you like more information on Alyce’s cookbook you can do so here. I always think a quick game is a good game so entries for the draw will cut off at 10 pm Perth time tonight (24 December 2015). Feel free to keep the comments rolling in after that date however they will not be eligible for the prize.


Thank you for your awesome support for me and this page, even though the posts are spasmodic! I will continue to update when I can however I trust the content on the blog contains enough variation to help you find what you are looking for.

Wishing you and your families a wonderful festive season. May your days be filled with happiness, fabulous memories made and Happy Cooking!

Much love x

Worcestershire Sauce – Thermomix recipe 


680 g vinegar (white or brown)
180 g treacle (molasses also works fine)
130 g plum jam (you can make following EDC or Basic recipe or use brought jam for ease)
15 g fresh garlic
10 g fresh ginger
5-10 g ground cloves (depending on the taste required)
5-10 g fresh chilli (depending on the heat required)
3 teaspoons of black pepper
3 teaspoons of salt


Place all ingredients into Thermomix bowl and process for 30 seconds on Speed 10.

Cook for 10 minutes at 120 degrees on Speed 2 for TM5 (Varoma temperature for TM31) with simmering basket in place of the Measuring Cup.

Scrape sides and cook for a further 40 minutes on 100 degrees, Speed 2, simmering basket still in place.

Slowly bring the Thermomix to Speed 8 and blitz for 1 minute (following usual care instructions)

Pour into sterilised bottles and seal.

General tips:

You can dilute this further, up to 1/2 syrup 1/2 water to adjust taste.
Jan advises that this recipe can be doubled however is a little messy!!! Jan suggests if you want to double the recipe, double all ingredients except for vinegar (keeping it at 680 g) up to processing stage. Add the additional 680 g of vinegar prior to cooking stage.
Jan also advises that this recipe “lasts for well over a year”!

Thanks again for sharing your recipes with us Jan!!
Hope you enjoy!

Please note that this site is not affiliated with nor have the recipes been tested or approved by Vorwerk Thermomix or Thermomix in Australia and New Zealand. We assume no liability in any capacity, including in terms of ingredient quantities used, success of the recipes, damage to your machine or person. Please always be aware of your own machine’s capabilities and observe the safety instructions in the Thermomix instruction manual at all times.


About Simone's Thermomix Essentials

Thermomix is a life changing kitchen appliance and I truly believe everyone should have one on their kitchen bench. This blog is the place that I store all my recipes, newsletters and Thermomix news to share with all those that have a Thermomix, want a Thermomix or just want a bit more Thermomix information. I hope you enjoy this blog which was put here just for YOU!
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14 Responses to Thermomix Worcestershire Sauce

  1. Lorraine Paul says:

    I’d love to have a class on non-themed party food – nibbles and finger food that are quick and easy to prepare.

  2. Susie Hutchison says:

    paleo please. Merry Christmas

  3. The Passionate Pantry says:

    Simone … Alyce’s book is fantastic … I have a copy and have been using it already … whomever wins your random selection will be a very lucky person … have a great Chrissy Simone, and thanks for all the recipes and tips … love them! xo Gina

  4. Jen says:

    I would like a class on cheese making and then uses for the cheese you make.

  5. Bec Pascoe says:

    I’d love a class on some of the lesser-known tricks of the thermomix such as Sous-Vide cooking, Cheesemaking and other ‘hidden’ uses for this amazing machine!

  6. Marg says:

    I can’t to make this recipe – think I will make it this afternoon. Thank you for sharing

  7. Trisha Burgess says:

    Shut the front door! Trisha Burgess Group Leader WA

    Independent Thermomix Consultant Mobile: 0400 582 600


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    From: Simone’s Thermomix Essentials Reply-To: Simone’s Thermomix Essentials Date: Thu, 24 Dec 2015 00:13:37 +0000 To: Trisha Burgess Subject: [New post] Thermomix Worcestershire Sauce and a Giveaway! Simone’s Thermomix Essentials posted: “Happy Christmas Eve everybody!! Flicking through recipes looking for a couple of last minute gifts to make to share with my husband’s family at the Christmas table tomorrow, I discovered another one of Jan’s amazing recipes which fits the brief to a te”

  8. Julie says:

    I’d love to see a TM cooking class devoted to condiments – sauces such as this Worcestershire, and pantry staples such as butter, ghee, mayo etc.

  9. Jane Vogels says:

    Thank you for the give away, terrific timing at Christmas. All the suggestions so far I like.
    I was wondering if non dairy yogurt is a possibility, like coconut yogurt.
    Merry Christmas every one

  10. Janie Holdstock says:

    Hi Simone,
    I would like to see sous vide, cheese making, & gluten free finger food. In fact anything gluten free. Merry Christmas & a Happy Bew Year to all.

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