Steaming Potatoes for Mash in the BIKM

I figured it would be a good idea to keep a list of all the things I have made in my Bellini Intelli Kitchen Master here. These aren’t exclusive just to the BIKM, I’m sure any similar multi-function appliance would be able to replicate any, if not all of these, so give them a try.

I’ll regularly update it so be sure to check back as I add more success stories.

If you see anything you like that doesn’t have the recipe attached just let me know and I will be glad to add it.


  • Beef Stroganoff
  • Tuna Mornay
  • Quiche/Fritatta
  • Crunchy Polenta Tuna Patties
  • Mushroom Risotto
  • Chicken Risotto with Sundried Tomato
  • Creamy Pasta with Avocado and Mushroom


  • Vanilla Custard
  • Chocolate Custard
  • Butter Cake
  • Buttercream Icing
  • Pancake Batter


  • Mashed Potato
  • Plain Rice
  • Steamed Vegetables


  • Hommus
  • Dips (sundried tomato, capsicum & cashew)
  • White Sauce/Cheese Sauce
  • Lemon Butter
  • Strawberry Jam
  • Peanut Butter
  • Hollandaise Sauce
  • Butter
  • Vegetable Stock Concentrate
  • Porridge with Apple and Sultana

4 responses »

  1. Hi! Love your website. All of your meals look great, but was wondering if you could post your recipe for tuna mornay? Thanks

    • How exciting! Hope you’re enjoying your new toy.

      Give this a try.

      Chop onion and garlic, speed 6, 3 seconds.

      Then sauté with olive oil, 3 min, temp ST, speed 1.

      I’d then add some milk, then flour, 1-2 tablespoons, and a knob of butter. (How much milk depends what volume you are after). I’d say 500ml to 1 litre.
      I also put I some Dijon mustard or whole grain mustard, sprinkle of nutmeg if you like it.
      You can also add some veg here if you like eg finely sliced carrot mushroom etc.

      I would do speed 3, 7-10 minutes, temp 90.

      I’d then add my tuna, and frozen peas and corn.
      3 min, speed 1, temp 90.

      I then add some cheese, and give it another few minutes.

      It’s been a while since I’ve made it. But that is the base of how I do mine. The timings may be a little out, but you can always cook it longer if it needs it.

      You can also cook your pasta in mornay, but I would use the stirring blade and allow extra liquid.

      Hope that helps 🙂

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