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Super Food Ideas August 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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Australia
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English
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News Life Media Pty Limited
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IN THIS ISSUE

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“eight is enough…

“GREAT FOR FEEDING ANY EXTRA KIDS WHO END UP STAYING”Big really is better it turns out. That doesn’t mean having eight kids, as they did on Eight is Enough (my favourite show of 1979) but it does mean making super-sized meals. The great benefit of a recipe that feeds eight (p38) is that, for little or no extra effort, you end up with double the regular recipe. This really comes in handy at our house when I’m feeding those extra kids who are having such a good time at the play date they stay for dinner. It’s also fab when there’s just the usual number of people eating and you can freeze the leftovers for another day. Plus, it comes in handy when you’re entertaining.I’ve probably skited to you before…

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babi love

INDONESIAN BRAISED PORK (BABI KECAP)SERVES 4PREP 15 MINUTESCOOK 1 HOUR 45 MINUTES1 tablespoon peanut oil1 red onion, finely chopped3 garlic cloves, finely chopped1 tablespoon finely chopped ginger1 long red chilli, chopped1kg boneless, trimmed, pork shoulder, cut into 4cm pieces¹/ ³ cup ABC Sweet Soy Sauce Kecap Manis3 cups salt-reduced chicken stock1 tablespoon dark soy sauce1 tablespoon brown sugar1 stem lemongrass, bruised2 fresh bay leaves1 ½ tablespoons tamarind pureeSteamed rice, sliced cucumber, chopped tomato, sliced green shallots, to serve1 Heat the oil in a large saucepan over medium high heat. Add the onion, garlic, ginger and chilli. Stir for 1-2 minutes or until aromatic. Add the pork and cook, stirring, for 2 minutes or until coated.2 Add the kecap manis, stock, dark soy sauce, sugar, lemongrass and bay leaves. Reduce heat…

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our recipes…

SIDES, STARTERS, SALADS & NIBBLESProsciutto, Pear and Rocket Pizzas; Broccoli, Chilli and Prawn Pizzas; Sausage, Caramelised Onion and Hummus PizzasBacon, Egg and Baby Spinach Pasta SaladBraised Broad Beans with PecorinoHerb and Garlic Roasted FennelMushroom, Rocket and Goat’s Cheese Pasta SaladPesto and Semi-dried Tomato Pasta BakePreserved Lemon, Baby Fennel and Green Olive Pasta SaladRadicchio and Rocket Salad with Balsamic DressingRosemary and Sea Salt FlatbreadSoft Pumpkin Polenta with GremolataWarm Broad Bean and Prosciutto Pasta SaladFISH & SEAFOOODButter Bean and Tuna Salad with Garlic Kale ChipsSOMETHING EXTRATiramisu Hot ChocolateWhite-choc Hot ChocolateCHICKENVietnamese Crispy Chicken with Pickled VegetablesArtichoke and Saffron RisottoChilli Sambal and Lime Leaf DrumsticksCrispy Cajun Chicken with Corn and Slaw PotatoesRoast Chicken StroganoffSriracha Buffalo Wings with Blue Cheese SlawVEGETARIANGnocchi with Burnt Butter, Broad Beans and Tuscan KaleMixed Mushroom LasagneSpanakopita Pasta BakeTraditional Beans and…

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your food ideas

“SHE WAS SO HAPPY, IT MADE ME CRY!”Fantastic foxI finished the Fergus the Fox Cake (September 2015, p92) last night for my granddaughter’s birthday. It was in a past issue my daughter-in-law gave me and I decided to make it my ‘project recipe’. Mine’s not as good as the picture in your magazine, but she was so happy, it made me cry! Thank you for sending me the template and for producing such a great magazine!Lisa Redmond, via emailEd says: We think it’s just as good as ours, Lisa! Thanks for sharing. Mad for meatballsAt the age of 85, I am still a very enthusiastic cook and love the recipes in Super Food Ideas. I was tempted by the Hearty Goulash Meatball Soup (June, p66). It was delicious, especially as…

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kidspot catch-up

4 reasons to … give the gift of time1 QUALITY NOT QUANTITY According to childhood expert and researcher Dr Kristy Goodwin just 15 minutes of one-on-one time each day can be beneficial for your child. “Children need relationships and a sense of attachment to thrive for optimal development,” says Goodwin. Giving your child your full presence and undivided attention is one of the best gifts you can give.2 DEVICE ADVICE Turning our attention away from digital devices and towards our children is the best way to create genuine bonding experiences. Plan a time when the whole family will go ‘offline’ and stick to it. The more you do this as a family, the more your kids will value and appreciate this time.3 BRAIN POWER Think the key to your child’s…

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q&a

CREATE FAMILY MEMORIES AND GET THE DISHES DONE. IT’S A WIN, WIN! (PHOTO GETTY IMAGES)“Reading and discussing books is when we have our one-on-one time.” Louise“Going to the playground. The trip there (either on the scooter or bike) and then running around with a ball in the park is something we all love. Then we often grab a smoothie afterwards.” Mel“Bushwalking, baking or rockpooling.” Fiona“Washing the dishes after dinner! I know it’s boring but it’s a chance to stand together and talk about our days.” Marg“Having a coffee and a babycino with the youngest while the older kids are at school.” Claire“My kids are spread out in age, but we find UNO is a winner among everyone.” Jo ■…

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