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Super Food Ideas August 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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testing times

“SHE TRIES TO REDIRECT MY ENERGIES TO TASKS I’M MORE SUITED TO. LIKE EATING.”Every issue I go to one or two of our food shoots. I wish I could say it’s because my creative input is so valued but the truth is that I’m somewhat of a liability.As with most things, my Food Director, Kim, puts up with my presence in that way you do a small boisterous child doing craft who’s full of enthusiasm but not necessarily blessed with the fine motor skills and patience needed. And as any good parent would in that situation, she tries to redirect my energies to tasks I’m more suited to. Like eating.This month I headed off to the one-pot shoot (Still the One, p24) to add my two-cents worth.Ten recipes cooked and…

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keep in touch

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our recipes…

SIDES, STARTERS & SALADSBlack Beans with ChorizoCheesy Bread PuffsCrispy Cauliflower Pizza with AlmondsCrunchy Baked Zucchini Fries with Basil AioliCrunchy Noodle, Cabbage and Tamariroasted Seed SaladRoast Beetroot with Fetta and Hazelnut DukkahSweet Potato and Mixed Seed Damper FISH & SEAFOODBaked Garlic Salmon with FreekehSpicy Prawn and Slaw TacosThai Green Curry with MusselsTomato and Chilli Fish Stew VEGETARIANCorn and Split Pea Soup with Fetta and Tomato DamperDry Potato and Green Bean CurryEgyptian KoshariSilverbeet, Pumpkin & Blue Cheese Frying Pan Lazy LasagneZucchini Noodles with Avocado PestoZucchini Noodles with Tomato and FettaZucchini Slice Fritters with Avocado Chilli Salsa CHICKENChicken AgrodolceChicken with Confit Potatoes and Glazed CarrotsChicken with Cream Sauce and MushroomsFancy Chicken and ChipsLemon and Garlic Chicken Skewers with Caramelised PineappleRicotta and Sun-dried Tomato Chicken RouladeSpanish Chicken and RiceWinter Harvest Chicken Schnitzel Salad SOMETHING…

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your food ideas

“IT WAS AMAZING, MOIST AND VERY MOREISH!”Vegan friendly This is the second time I’ve made the Basbousa Middle Eastern Semolina Slice (May, p90) and my word it is amazing! It is so moist and very moreish, and not to mention, it’s vegan, too! Fantastic recipe SFI. Jillian Watt, via Facebook A LOVE OF COOKINGI learnt to rely on Super Food Ideas magazine to introduce me to new foods and show me how to cook them. I taught my children to cook through these magazines and we gained many years of side-by-side cooking. Thank you for bringing variety, fun, excitement and occasionally entertainment (when things went haywire) to our household. We love food and food loves us all thanks to your magazine. Lynne Sheedy, via email Morning tea treatIt…

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next month

Embrace no-fuss, everyday healthy cooking as we make the most of delicious wholefoods and fresh ingredients in our September issueDon’t miss:Midweek dinners are a breeze with these spring super bowls, including a saucy Coconut Satay Chicken Noodle Bowl, and fresh, crunchy Spicy Lamb Meatball and Pineapple Bowl.We’re making Malaysian home-cooking easy with our crowd-pleasing recipes and ingredient guide.PLUS, crack the secrets of baking with olive oil, go lentil as anything and be inspired by healthy meals using ingredients from the supermarket! ■…

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winter warmer

Kim says: A hearty beef and red wine stew is hard to beat, particularly when it’s topped with cheesy fluffy dumplings. This is comfort food at its most comforting CLASSIC BEEF AND RED WINE STEW WITH CHEESY DUMPLINGS THE INFO+ CLASSIC UPDATE + HIGH IN IRON+ ONE POT SERVES 6PREP 25 MINUTES (PLUS 5 MINUTES STANDING)COOK 2 HOURS 50 MINUTES 1kg beef chuck steak, trimmed, cut into 4cm pieces2 tablespoons plain flour¼ cup extra virgin olive oil2 carrots, chopped2 celery stalks, chopped1 large brown onion, chopped2 dried bay leaves2 garlic cloves, crushed1 cup red wine400g can tomato puree1 cup beef stock3 sprigs fresh thymeRoughly chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley, to serve1¼ cups self-raising flour¾ cup polenta2 teaspoons baking powder100g butter, melted, cooled1 cup milk¹/ ³ cup grated tasty cheese 1…

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