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Super Food Ideas June 2018

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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flour power

Nutritionist Jacqueline Alwill’s recipe proves it’s possible to give classic muffins an update. Find more great recipes at whitewings.com.au. The aroma of scones straight from the oven, your nanna’s caramel slice or family celebrations around a homemade birthday cake — they’re all occasions that may come to mind when you think of ‘baked goodness’. But with the White Wings specialty flour range, baked goodness isn’t just about the fun, flavour and comfort of home cooking – it’s also about offering healthier baking options. In the mix The quality you expect from White Wings continues in its new specialty flour range, which combines the goodness and flavour of wheat flours with single-ingredient flours. The White Wings Wholesome Blend is a combination of wheat, millet, oat and coconut flours, and is…

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prime mincer

What is it about mince that makes it so popular? It’s the number-one ingredient searched on taste.com.au, so we know that thousands of people are looking for inspiration every week. Mince is magic: you can’t overcook it, it absorbs flavours really well, is versatile and, with grocery prices rising, it’s a great-value option. For our Mince Makeovers, p24, we take familiar flavours and recipes, and re-imagine them for you. How about we make a goulash meatball pie? Or a Mexican meatloaf that becomes nachos. We take all that is great about a cheeseburger – pickles, mustard, special sauce – and stuff them into a cob loaf. And we introduce garlic bread to lasagne in a marvellous mash-up. If you’re more a spag bol household, you’ll love the baked version…

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recipe index

BREAKFAST AND BRUNCH Arrabiata Scramble with Crispy Salami Better-for-you Apple Cinnamon Muesli Muffins Cornbread with Poached Eggs and Avocado Fennel and Basil Beans on Ricotta Toasts Fruit and Nut Breakfast Couscous Orange and Poppy Seed Oats FISH & SEAFOOD Chilli, Lime and Cashew Fish Fingers Cider-poached Salmon, Grape and Brown Rice Salad Creamy Tuna and Pea Pasta Bake SIDES, STARTERS AND LIGHT MEALS Smashed Greek Lemon Potatoes with Olives Crumbed Haloumi and Ruby Grapefruit Rocket Salad Falafel and Avocado Salad with Charred Lime Dressing Orange Soy-glazed Sweet Potato with Nori Persian-spiced Barley and Mandarin Salad VEGETARIAN Curried Lentil and Coconut Soup Pasta Florentine Mexican Black Bean Soup Pumpkin and Spinach ‘Honeycomb’ Cannelloni Curried Tofu and Vegetable Patties CHICKEN Gluten-free…

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what’s in season june

PICK OF THE BUNCH RUBY GRAPEFRUIT | KIWIFRUIT | LEEK | OLIVES | POMELO | TURNIP RUBY GRAPEFRUIT Grapefruit grow in grape like bunches, (hence the name) and are full of vitamin C and B, fibre and lycopene Unlike the tart flesh of the yellow grapefruit, the ruby variety is sweeter and juicier while still retaining that distinctive grapefruit taste Apart from adding zing to recipes, ruby grapefruit also adds its beautiful jewel colour, whether thinly sliced, segmented, cooked or raw Store in the fruit bowl for up to a week or in the fridge for two weeks With its shorter season, get it while you can PERFECT PARTNERS: Fetta, rocket, watercress, salmon, ginger, dark chocolate, smoked trout, yoghurt, vanilla, mint,…

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your food ideas

ON REPEAT: MANGO AND LYCHEE CRUNCHY NOODLE SALAD FROM OUR MARCH ISSUE MONKEY BUSINESS The combination of flavours in your Peanut Butter Banana Bread (October ’17, p32) was pure genius and on another level of deliciousness! Congratulations on 200 issues – much deserved… you clever little monkeys. Katherine Zombos, via email COOK THE COVER On a cool, miserable night, after a busy day at work, we were able to give the grocery shopping a miss and whip up a quick and comforting dinner – Easy Cheesy 2-minute Noodles (April ’18, p24) – straight from the pantry. Chloe Darragh, via email FRESH APPROACH Last year, I was diagnosed with cancer and, as a result, my diet had a complete overhaul. I had…

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know-how

RECIPE KNOW-HOW: We use Australian standard measures. In liquid measures, 250ml = 1 cup. Dry ingredients are measured in level 1 cup, 1/2 cup, 1/3 cup and 1/4 cup measures. 1 tablespoon = 20ml (note NZ, US and UK tablespoon = 15ml). 1 teaspoon = 5ml. We use 59g to 60g eggs. We use 1100-watt microwaves, unless otherwise specified. NUTRITION KNOW-HOW: Heart Friendly: low saturated fat, high fibre, lower sodium with heart-friendly fats. Desserts that are based on low-fat dairy without fruit/grain ingredients don’t need to be high fibre. Diabetes Friendly: low saturated fat, high fibre, lower sodium with lower GI carbs. Healthy: low saturated fat, less than 3000kJ and 800mg sodium per main meal. Vegetarian: no meat,…

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