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Super Food Ideas July 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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slowing down

KIM PATIENTLY EXPLAINED THAT YOU USE LESS LIQUID IN A SLOW-COOKER There are times when I naively offer to help out the food team with recipes. “Oh, I’ll cook that!” I say blithely, “I’ve always wanted to make it.” At which point, there’s usually a hurried glance between them and a stifled gulp before Kim, our Food Director, says “Thanks, Reb, but I think we’ve got this covered.” Once (a long time ago) I did it anyway, thinking they just didn’t want to overload me with work. Off I toddled to the supermarket, picked up the ingredients and headed home. It was a slow cooker recipe, so I cut the vegies up, browned the meat, added the liquid, turned on the slow cooker and headed out for the day (that’s the beauty…

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our recipes…

SIDES & SALADS BEEF, PORK & LAMB Slow-cooked on the stovetop until the beef falls apart, this one-pot family-favourite has rich Mediterranean flavours to warm you up on the chilliest of days SWEETS VEGETARIAN CHICKEN, DUCK & TURKEY FISH & SEAFOOD COVER RECIPE Juicy apple slices, decadent pudding, crispy toffee and creamy custard. Our Easy Toffee Apple Self-saucing Pudding is what winter desserts are all about !…

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your food ideas

“IT WAS DELICIOUS AND WILL BE A REGULAR!” Easy cheesy When my kids saw the front cover of the May issue with the Classic Cottage Pie with Cheesy Bacon Mash (p31), they said “Mum, you have to make this!”. And so we did. It was delicious and will be a regular feature through the cooler months. My 11-year-old daughter took this picture and I think she wants a job with Super Food Ideas in a few years time! Rachel Kendon, via email CROWD PLEASER The shepherds pie feature (May, p22) sparked a renewed love for an old classic in our house! With cool nights returning, a one-dish wonder that combines meat, veg and bubbling sauce really hits the spot. I baked mine in a large dish to feed a crowd! Sonja Ladbrooke, via email Winner…

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twice as nice

Kim says: Two of our favourite sweets – self-saucing pudding and vanilla cake – are given a twist with a secret ingredient (okay, I’ll tell you, it’s custard!) EASY TOFFEE APPLE SELF-SAUCING PUDDING THE INFO + CLASSIC MAKEOVER SERVES 8 PREP 15 MINUTES (PLUS STANDING) COOK 55 MINUTES 3large granny smith apples, peeled, cored, thinly sliced 2cups self-raising flour 2teaspoons ground cinnamon ²/ ³ cup brown sugar 1cup Pauls Double Thick Custard French Vanilla ¹/ ³cup milk 50g butter, melted, cooled ¼cup golden syrup 1cup boiling water ½cup caster sugar Extra1½ cups Pauls Double Thick Custard French Vanilla 1 Place apple in a microwave-safe bowl. Cover loosely with plastic wrap. Microwave on HIGH (100%) for 3 minutes or until softened. Drain. 2 Combine flour, cinnamon and ½ the brown sugar in a large bowl. Make a well. Add custard, milk, butter and golden syrup. Mix well to combine. 3 Spoon…

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healthy kitchen

Claire says: Eating well is important for so many reasons, including a good night’s shut-eye, and is essential for people with diabetes. Luckily, we’ve got lots of healthy meals that are also delicious! Diabetes friendly Following a healthy, balanced diet is key for many people managing their diabetes. Diabetes-friendly recipes need to be low in saturated fat, high in fibre, low sodium and with a low glycaemic index (dishes that lead to a slower rise in blood glucose and therefore insulin levels). Check out these four diabetes-friendly, flavour-packed recipes from the issue. MUSHROOMS These days, many foods are referred to as ‘superfoods’, but mushrooms really do live up to the name. With more protein than most vegetables and very little carbohydrate, they are also low GI, making them perfect for people with diabetes. In…

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this month’s best

Golden delicious apples Besides being wonderful eating apples, these are fantastic cooked, as they hold their shape well – perfect for apple pie! PERFECT PARTNERS: Pork, walnuts, fetta, cinnamon, nutmeg, rhubarb, pastry. QUICK IDEA: Caramelise sliced apple in butter, sugar and cinnamon until lightly browned. Place on top of toasted brioche and serve with a dollop of vanilla ice-cream. Avocado This popular power-packed fruit can be used in so many ways – from spreading on quesadillas and pizzas to blitzing in smoothies and chocolate cakes! Choose fruit that gives slightly when pressed. PERFECT PARTNERS: Salmon, corn, bacon, prawns, lime, coriander, chicken. QUICK IDEA: Line mini muffin pans with layers of buttered filo pastry and bake until golden. Fill with finely chopped avocado, prawns, red onion, marinated fetta and a squeeze of lime. Kiwifruit This emerald-fleshed fruit can be eaten…

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