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Super Food IdeasSuper Food Ideas

Super Food Ideas January - February 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
Language:
English
Publisher:
News Life Media Pty Limited
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shack attack

A holiday house. Five minutes to the beach. A tree house for the kids. Half an hour away from the nearest big town. Kangas on the lawn in the evening. A deck for afternoon drinks. Sounds like bliss, right?Every year I get fooled by this list, and eagerly book a charming, classic beach house just a few hours down the highway on the south coast of NSW. And every year as I’m packing, I remember what it is that I don’t like about the self-catered holiday; I’m going to have to cook for a week in a fibro shack with an original 1960’s kitchen (it looked soretro in the pictures), on a stove with only one coil that works (and if you turn it up to ‘high’ it trips the…

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our recipes…

Watermelon and Whipped Fetta SaladSIDES, STARTERS, SALADS & NIBBLESChilli-spiced Prawns with Lime and Mint SaltEasy Thai Noodle SaladGreen Bean and Radish Salad with Crunchy Chickpea DukkahKorma Roasted Pumpkin and CauliflowerPork and Coriander Money BagsPrawn and Chorizo Bites with Spicy Apple DipProsciutto and Rockmelon Salad with Honey Mustard DressingRoasted Asparagus and Sautéed Haloumi SaladSpicy Corn and Chorizo SaladSticky Sweet Soy and Lemongrass Prawn SkewersSuper-easy Green CouscousThai Chicken Meatballs VEGETARIANChargrilled Zucchini, Capsicum, Eggplant and Goat’s Cheese TartPumpkin, Chickpea and Chilli Zucchini SliceVegetable and Black Eye Bean EnchiladasZucchini and Haloumi Falafel RollsZucchini and Egg Rice Pie FISH & SEAFOODGluten-free Greek Salad and Tuna WrapsJapanese-style Marinated Salmon, Pickled Cucumber and Radish SaladMalaysian Prosperity SaladSalmon, Asparagus and Sour Cream QuicheSpicy Tuna Pasta BakeSweet and Sour Vegetable Stir-fryThai Green Curry Fish CHICKENChicken and Corn QuicheChilli Jam…

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your food ideas

“I COULDN’T RESIST GIVING HER A GO!”Birthday surpriseI fell in love with Sally the Rainbow Unicorn Cake (October 2016, p37) and I couldn’t resist giving her a go. I made it for my little sister – she’s 23 but really loves unicorns. Once I had all the lollies, it was really easy to put together. You can’t help but smile when you look at all those beautiful colours and I was so happy with how she turned out. Erin Pettit, via emailEd says: She makes us smile, too! FAMILY-FAVE DISHLast night’s dinner was your Gnocchi Boscaiola (p40) from the November issue of Super Food Ideas. What a great recipe. It was delicious and the whole family absolutely loved it! Pamela Xenos, via Facebook Like mother, like daughter I…

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next month

Don’t miss:We revisit the classics in these better-for-you versions of the food kids love to eat. Think creamy pasta, sausage rolls, meatballs and teriyaki.Nagi knows how much children love chicken, and her nuggets, wings and wedges are healthier, too.PLUS, fruit slushies, gluten-free dinners and crackers, and the cutest sham ‘hamburgers’. ■…

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in season january & february

“The difference between a bland tomato and great one is immense, much like the difference between a standard, sliced white bread and a crusty, aromatic sourdough.”YOTAM OTTOLENGHI, CHEFOxheart tomatoes So called because of their shape and size, these tomatoes can weigh up to 500 grams! Varying in colour from rose-pink to deep red, they’re meaty and have minimal seeds so they’re great for slicing and using on sandwiches.With their strong aroma and sweet-tasting flesh they’re delicious, too.TO STORE: Keep ripe tomatoes at room temperature or in the fridge if you don’t intend to use them straight away.PERFECT PARTNERS: Basil, salt, oregano, cheese, balsamic, fish, red onion, bread, extra virgin olive oil.QUICK IDEA: These beauties are bursting with flavour, so enjoy them simply with a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil…

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super spy

1 Say cheeseRoll up for the new school year with Jarlsberg Minis, $4.99 for a packet of five. We all know how much littlies love kid-sized products and these Jarlsberg individually wrapped cheese wheels are great for school lunch boxes or for an after-school snack with crackers. Available at Coles and Woolworths. 2 Coco locoWe’ve officially jumped on board the coconut craze with Be Natural Coco-Nutty Granola, $5.99. Loaded with wholegrains and coconut, it’s even delicious eaten with coconut water if you’re avoiding dairy. Choose from two flavours – coconut teamed with almond, spelt and cinnamon, or with spelt and fig. Find it at Coles and Woolworths. 3 Game onThink you know your cronuts from your doughnuts? The updated Trivial Pursuit 2000s Edition Game, $39.99, is tailored towards millennials, testing…

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