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Super Food Ideas April 2016

Australia's #1 food magazine, Super Food Ideas provides busy mothers and families with easy recipes and meal solutions, using readily available ingredients and simple techniques. With hundreds of recipes and tips every issue, you’ll never lack inspiration or ideas with Super Food Ideas.

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Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
News Life Media Pty Limited
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IN THIS ISSUE

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make mine mackerel

pearl couscous with lemon mackerel serves 4 | prep 10 mins | cooking 25 mins 200g (1½ cups) pearl couscous 1 ½ tbs extra virgin olive oil 1 red onion, finely chopped 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped Pinch saffron 125ml (½ cup) white wine 400g can cherry tomatoes 3 tsp fresh thyme leaves 3 x 115g cans King Oscar Skinless Mackerel Fillets Lemon Flavour, drained Fresh continental parsley, finely chopped, and extra thyme leaves, to serve Lemon cheeks, to serve 1 Cook the pearl couscous following the packet instructions. Drain. 2 Meanwhile, heat oil in a large frying pan over high heat. Add the onion and garlic. Reduce heat to low and cook, stirring often, for 10 minutes or until soft but not coloured. Add the saffron and wine. Simmer for 3 minutes or until wine is reduced by half. Add the tomatoes and…

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astronomical!

Occasionally I cook something amazing without a recipe. It does happen once in a blue moon. The stars align (to keep the cosmic metaphor going) and the throw-together of seemingly unrelated ingredients creates something surprisingly good. Most other nights, not so good. My always-on-hand ingredients are frozen peas and broad beans, parmesan, canned chickpeas, fetta, lemon, extra virgin olive oil, bacon and eggs. The peas frozen together in one big lump usually require a bashing and the parmesan has matured for the worse (maybe I should have wrapped it a bit more securely), but nonetheless they’re all there. So on those nights when there’s no time to shop, that’s what I have to work with. Combined in different proportions and ways, I end up with a salty, eggy, legumey mess that…

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super fast!

Hopefully you’ve become as big a fan of Nagi from RecipeTin Eats as we have. Not only is she passionate and filled with a never-ending well of ideas, she’s also funny, practical and talented. Her 15-minute marvels, p60, need some multi-tasking and a rethink about the ingredients you use, but once you’ve mastered the concept, you’re set. Imagine being able to get dinner on the table in just a quarter of an hour! Set your stopwatch and get cooking. We thought we’d make it official! Look out for our new Tested and Trusted logo on features. They’re tested by us, so you can trust our recipes work.…

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your food ideas

Proud as punch My 10-year-old son, Oliver, did a fantastic job of making your Chilli, Pea, Bacon and Fetta Pasta (p35) from the November 2015 issue, for a family barbecue. Thank you for giving our children the confidence to cook in the kitchen. He was very proud of himself! Kylie Scrown, via email LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER I was able to share my joy of cooking with my two-year-old daughter when together we made the Ham, Cheese and Pineapple Scrolls and the Cheesy Vegemite Scrolls (p26) from the Jan/Feb issue. The recipe was so easy and my daughter loved putting the pineapple and cheese on top! We can’t wait to make a sweet version using Nutella. Linda Eagland, via Facebook Top of the evening I was late home and left my hubby to serve the Tomato-topped Meatloaf…

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next month

With a focus on favourite family dinners, we revisit and reinvent the recipes that never go out of style. Sweet or savoury, you’re in for a treat Look out for: Everything tastes better with mash on top and our eight shepherd’s pies prove it! Weeknight inspiration is often found on the side. Our sensational side dishes are all designed to be drizzled and devoured. PLUS, our Mother’s Day lunch will show how much you care, Nagi takes fried chicken on a trip around the world, sample classic family desserts, and make Nonna’s gnocchi.…

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our recipes…

SIDES, STARTERS, SNACKS & SALADS BEEF, PORK & LAMB Serve this caramelised pork with peas, roasted potato and apple wedges for an easy Easter main. VEGETARIAN FISH & SEAFOOD CHICKEN SWEETS COVER RECIPE With layers of shortbread, cheesecake, chocolate and vanilla pudding, and whipped cream, this dessert really is better than Brad Pitt!…

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