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Super Food Ideas April 2019

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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“the best dinner you’ve ever cooked” jack (aged 9)

Pork sausage and mushroom stroganoff Prep 15 mins Cooking 30 mins Serves 4 Ingredients • 1 tbsp olive oil• 500g pork sausages, sliced 2cm thick• 1 onion, finely diced• 2 garlic cloves, crushed• 200g button mushrooms, sliced• 1 tsp smoked paprika• 1 tsp plain flour• 1 tbsp tomato paste• 1 cup chicken stock• 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce• ½ cup sour cream•/3 cup chives, finely chopped Served with • Pappardelle or fettucine pasta, cooked to packet instructions. Method 1. Put oil in a large frying pan and cook sausage over med-high heat, stirring occasionally, for 6-8 mins until golden on all sides. Transfer to a plate.2. Add onion, garlic & mushrooms to pan & cook, for 4-5 mins until onion is…

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fast but not furious

While I like to think I’m super organised – teeing up monthly play dates for the kids, popping in weekly to check on my parents and making sure the hubby has enough clean shirts on Sunday to get through the working week – when it actually comes to getting weeknight dinners on the table… let’s just say I’m more of an eleventh-hour kind of cook. So I’m often that person you see flying around the supermarket aisles at 6pm with an armful of groceries.If you, too, are a last-minute planner, check out our amazing 30-minute dinners (p21) that will solve any midweek dinner dilemmas and keep the whole family happy.Plus, we’ve kept things on the fast track for you with our speedy 15-minute side dishes (p48), as well as…

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food for everyone

PIZZA STRATA BAKE “EVERYTHING GETS THROWN IN AND THE OVEN DOES THE REST!” #1 EGGCELLENT DINNERS Nutritious eggs take centrestage and transform into a hearty bacon and egg pie, an Indian-spiced curry and a Middle Eastern-inspired omelette. #2 ALLERGY-FRIENDLY FISH PIE Everything you love in a creamy, classic fish pie, minus the dairy and gluten. #3 BUDGET-FRIENDLY DINNERS From a one-pot pasta bake to a speedy sausage ragu, flip the magazine to discover a month’s worth of quick and easy dinners the family will love.…

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impress for less

MONGOLIAN CHICKEN SKEWERS WITH SUPER SPEEDY FRIED RICE APPPLE AND RASPBERRY CRUMBLE TEA CAKE #1 SPEEDY ASIAN DINNERS We’ve got all your favourites – including Mongolian chicken, fried rice, Thai pork curry and spicy Korean beef – to whip up during the week. The bonus? They’re all under $5 a serve. #2 OLD-FASHIONED BAKING TREATS A light and fluffy tea cake meets a fruit crumble, while a feather-light sponge is laced with exotic spices… you won’t be able to resist!…

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get in touch

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your food ideas

CROWD PLEASER “AMAZING AND SUPER EASY”This amazing and easy French Onion Christmas Tree Dip (December 2018, p38) was a crowd winner that had everyone coming back for more. It’s something I would make again as you could tailor it to many occasions. Jo Bogle, via Facebook IN THE ROUND I’m always looking for new kids’ lunchbox ideas, and the Cheesy Spinach and Tomato Pizza Scrolls (January/February 2019, p24) were so easy to make. I will definitely make them again. I also made the Ham, Cream Cheese and Sweet Chilli Scrolls and they were quickly demolished, too! Louise Tacon, via Instagram SO MANY RECIPES TO TRY! CRUNCHY NUTTY CORNFLAKE COOKIES Got my hands on the January/February issue, reading away and I had…