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Super Food Ideas April 2017

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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News Life Media Pty Limited
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IN THIS ISSUE

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when less is more

SALT CONTENT CAN VARY WIDELY BETWEEN DIFFERENT BRANDS Wraps can be a quick and healthy lunch option but we have a tendency to judge their nutritional value by the foods we use to fill them, rather than the wraps themselves. It’s important to check the label for levels of sodium and for the presence and type of artificial preservatives, as these things vary from product to product. Silly seasoning Recent statistics show that Australians consume too much sodium. The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has a suggested dietary target of 1600mg sodium (4g salt) per day for adults (aged 19 and over) and recommends staying below an upper daily intake level of 2300mg (6g salt or 1 teaspoon). The latest Australian Health Survey (2011-12) results indicate most of us exceed this,…

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she’s cracked!

PANIC STATIONS! THE SHOPS ARE SHUT FOR ONE WHOLE DAY The Easter long weekend. It’s a great Australian tradition. One that usually includes the following occurrences: 1. A trip to the supermarket to pick up a few things, which turns into a groaning trolley full of food and supplies because, after all, the shops will be closed for ONE DAY! 2. The same happens at the bottle shop because it, too, is closed for ONE DAY, and what on earth would we do if we had people over and we ran out of grog?! 3. A day spent cooking, worrying the whole time that there’s not going to be enough food, bemoaning that the shops are closed for ONE DAY, and wondering if the local grocery store might be open for a couple of…

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our recipes…

COVER RECIPE VEGETARIAN BEEF, PORK & LAMB CHICKEN SIDES, STARTERS, SALADS & NIBBLES FISH & SEAFOOD SWEETS…

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your food ideas

“IT TOOK ALL OF 15 MINUTES! SUPERB!” Easy-peasy mains Tonight I made the absolutely delicious Green Bean and Radish Salad with Crunchy Chickpea Dukkah (Jan/Feb 17, p59). I picked radishes and mint from my garden and added Aussie lamb leg steaks. It took all of 15 minutes! Superb! Thank you SFI. Jules Simpson, via email KIDS IN THE KITCHEN Thank you so much for your wonderful December issue. Being a super-keen baker, I was looking for something I could do with my toddler for Christmas while our newborn slept. The Gingerbread Wreath and Biscuits (p70) was perfect! Easy to bake, easy to compile and easy for little hands. And what an impact! Our guests have all complimented us so we made two so that we can eat one! Louise Durak, via email Party-stopping dessert Your Choc-chip Candy…

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in season april

”Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. GEORGE ELIOT, NOVELIST TamarillosSometimes called a tree tomato, this beautiful fruit is related to potatoes, eggplants and tomatoes. Native to the Andes, they were first grown in Australia 20 years ago. They’re also extremely popular in New Zealand. They have a tart, tangy flavour and can be turned into drinks, ice-cream, salsas and chutneys. Their skin is quite bitter so peel before eating. TO STORE: Tamarillos keep for up to 2 weeks in the fridge or for 1 week at room temperature. PERFECT PARTNERS: Vanilla, almonds, lime, chilli, chicken, sugar, fish, cinnamon. QUICK IDEA: Poach tamarillos in a mixture of caster sugar, water and cinnamon for 20 minutes. Cool slightly,…

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healthy kitchen

Classics remade When you think of comfort food, ‘healthy’ doesn’t normally come to mind. But that’s all set to change with our better-for-you makeovers of family favourites. Potato salad is still super creamy, but we’ve also made sure it’s heart-friendly and low in saturated fat. The same goes for cheesy nachos, which is now high in fibre and lower in sodium. So next time a craving hits, don’t fight it, indulge! RAW BUCKWHEAT Often mistaken for a grain, buckwheat is actually the seed of a plant related to rhubarb. Found in the health food section of the supermarket, it’s a good source of protein, iron, carbohydrates and magnesium. Despite it’s name, it’s gluten free, and is a great alternative to couscous and burghul. See how we used it in our Sticky Roasted…

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