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Super Food Ideas July 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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IN THIS ISSUE

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use your noodle

INDONESIAN NOODLES (BAKMI GORENG)SERVES 4PREP 30 MINUTES COOK 10 MINUTES250g dried egg noodles¼ cup peanut oil¼ cup ABC Sweet Soy Sauce Kecap Manis2 tablespoons tomato sauce1 tablespoon light soy sauce2 eggs, lightly whisked1 tablespoon finely chopped ginger3 garlic cloves, finely chopped1 teaspoon sambal oelek, plus extra to serve16 green prawns, peeled, deveined, tails intact ½ wombok (Chinese cabbage), shredded Fried shallots, to serve1 Cook noodles in a large saucepan of boiling water for 2 minutes or until just cooked. Drain and rinse well under cold water. Transfer noodles to a bowl. Toss through 1 tablespoon of the oil.2 Combine kecap manis, tomato sauce and light soy sauce in a bowl. Set aside.3 Heat 1 tablespoon of the remaining oil in a wok over medium-high heat. Add egg and swirl to…

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love thy neighbour

“IS THERE ANYTHING BETTER AT WARMING YOURHEART THAN MASH?”Every year, Gemma two doors down, Georgia across the road, and I do a big extended family dinner together. Although we eat together in our street a lot – Friday-evening drinks often turn into pizza and movie nights, and more than one kid’s party has ended up going late into the evening with lots of food foraging along the way – this particular dinner is plotted and planned. Grandparents, aunts and uncles are all invited. We even bring out the cloth serviettes.Gemma and I do most of the cooking as Georgia hosts, and this year I decided to get ahead. I took the Friday off work to shop and prep, planning to cook beef brisket in the slow cooker overnight. Being cautious,…

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our recipes…

SIDES & SALADSBraised Silverbeet on Creamy PolentaCaramelised Leek and Brussels Sprouts GratinCrispy Potatoes with Broccolini and LemonCrunchy-topped Roasted Baby OnionsGarlicky Cauliflower and Pesto Swirl MashLoaded Bacon and Smoked Cheddar MashPan-roasted Sweet Potato and Beetroot with Grapefruit GlazeRoasted Winter Vegetable SaladSmoked Paprika Potato and Chickpea SaladSweet Potato, Blue Cheese and Candied Pepita MashWok-tossed Greens with Crispy Garlic and ChilliSTARTERSRoasted Beetroot, Leek and Goat’s Cheese BruschettaRoasted Mushroom, Cream Cheese and Chive BruschettaRoasted Pumpkin and Chorizo Bruschetta with Apple SalsaCHICKENChicken Cacciatore StoupChicken Mulligatawny StoupChicken, Sweet Potato and Couscous StoupGreek Lemon and Chicken Slow-cooker Soup (Avgolemono)Lemon Chicken with Golden Onions and Green OlivesOne-pan Country Chicken PieSlow-cooker Broccoli and 3-cheese SoupFISH & SEAFOODThai Pumpkin and Prawn SoupVEGETARIANDairy and Egg-free Balsamic Beetroot QuicheDhal with Curry SpicesIndonesian Fried Tofu with Peanut Sauce (Tahu Goreng)Mexican Mixed Bean Slow-cooker…

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your food ideas

“IT LOOKED JUST LIKE THE PICTURE!”Picture perfectWhat a surprise to find my eleven-year-old son had left me a message in my recently purchased May issue of Super Food Ideas. The requested Easy No-stir Mac and Cheese (p61) was a particular hit and looked just like the picture! I also made the Mustard Pork with Garlic Butter Vegetables (p30) as we all love the idea of a one-pan dinner (especially with three boys who don’t relish washing up). So very glad I bought your magazine. Karen Dunn, via email Eyes on the piesI received my June 2017 issue of Super Food Ideas today and made the Upside-down Family Meat Pie (p48) for my family. What a delicious and easy recipe. Not to mention it cost less than $10 to make. It…

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next month

We know you crave a less harried and hurried life, so we’re setting you up with bigger and better recipes. Think super-sized pasta bakes and slow-cooked feasts that will feed a crowd and leave enough for leftovers.Don’t miss:Menestra – a bowl of beans and greens – is a favourite in Italian homes and for good reason: it’s inexpensive, good for you and can be easily adapted with ingredients you already have on hand.Plus, we give pasta salad five new hot ’n’ cold looks, cheesecake gets some fab flavour mash-ups, and we share our gooey frying-pan Nutella scrolls recipe.…

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in season july

“Unfortunately everyone seems to be completely baffled by celeriac, but it’s beautiful in soups or thinly sliced into salads. When roasted it goes sweet, and when mixed with potato and mashed, it’s a complete joy.” JAMIE OLIVER, CHEFAND LOOK OUT FORGrapefruit | Jerusalem artichokes | Kohlrabi | Pomelo | Swede | WitlofCeleriac While it’s not going to win any beauty contests at the greengrocer, celeriac is wonderfully versatile and can be eaten raw, roasted, pickled, mashed or boiled. Its flavour is best described as a mix of parsley and celery, and it gets cooked much the same way as potato.TO STORE: Remove and discard stalks and store in a plastic bag in the fridge for up to 7 days.PERFECT PARTNERS: Fish, beef, garlic, thyme, mayonnaise, lemon, walnuts, cream, parmesan.QUICK IDEA:…

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