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Super Food Ideas November 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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life matters

No matter how much you plan your life — from batch cooking base ingredients on Sunday so dinner’s a snap during the week to ironing all the school uniforms as soon as they’re washed — there’s really nothing you can do to prepare for an unexpected illness. A few weeks ago I found myself in this exact situation, except that I hadn’t batch cooked or ironed anything. That Sunday, when I could have been ‘batching’, I was lying in bed shivering and aching, and any time I might have had for ironing was spent at a school working bee. So I was in no way ready when, what started out as a nasty flu, ended up with me in hospital for a week with pneumonia. But it turns out there is another…

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our recipes…

SIDES, STARTERS & SALADS CHICKEN & DUCK SOMETHING EXTRA FISH & SEAFOOD BEEF, PORK & LAMB VEGETARIAN COVER RECIPE SWEETS…

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your food ideas

“IT WAS SUPER DELICIOUS BUT SO EASY, TOO!” One-pan fan When I saw the recipe for the One-pan Yellow Pork Curry with Coconut Rice (August 2016, p28) I just had to try it. Not only was it super delicious but so easy, too. What’s not to love? Thank you Super Food Ideas. Bernadette Hendry, via Facebook Ed says: Thanks for the delish pic! STICKY WITH IT The Sticky Vietnamese Chicken Wings with Spicy Mint Sauce (September 2016, p76) was so yummy and such a great recipe! The marinade gave it a delicious flavour with a great chilli hit. It was so easy to make and definitely a crowd favourite. I’ve already got another batch lined up to make this weekend! Linda Anderson, via instagram Kick a winner! I loved everything about the Spicy Lamb Meatball and Pineapple…

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in season november

Globe artichokes This beautiful-looking vegetable might be a labour of love, but they’re well worth the effort. Made up of several layers, the soft ends of the inner leaves and the heart can be eaten, however the tougher outside leaves and central choke cannot. TO STORE: Globe artichokes are best eaten on the day they are bought, but will keep in a plastic bag in the crisper section of the fridge for up to two days. PERFECT PARTNERS: Tomato, basil, white wine, lemon, capers, chicken, lamb, parmesan cheese, parsley, bacon. QUICK IDEA: Brush prepared artichokes with extra virgin olive oil and cook on a chargrill pan or barbecue until just tender. Toss with extra oil, sliced chilli, crushed garlic, lemon juice, chopped dill and toasted pecans. Serve sprinkled with fetta or goat’s cheese.…

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and look out for

Green onions Sometimes labelled shallots, this member of the onion family can be added to so many dishes for its flavour and bright colour. Store in a plastic bag in the crisper section of your fridge for up to a week. PERFECT PARTNERS: Bacon, fish, potato, peas, tomato, chicken, beef, ginger. QUICK IDEA: Combine thinly sliced green onion, grated ginger, soy, rice wine vinegar and sesame oil for a quick dipping sauce. Cherries Wonderful in sweet dishes such as tarts, meringues and pies, cherries also make a lovely addition to cocktails and savoury salads. Select cherries with green stems still attached; they should look plump with shiny skin. Store in a plastic bag in the fridge for up to four days. PERFECT PARTNERS: Dark chocolate, goat’s cheese, roast turkey, roast pork, cinnamon, orange, star…

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super spy

1 Pantry staple Our secret weapon in the pantry when there’s no time to shop, Mutti Polpa Finely Chopped Tomatoes, $1.59, are canned within hours of being harvested and have the same rich flavour and brightness as fresh tomatoes. Use them to make a quick pasta sauce on a busy work night or on a pizza base to feed unexpected guests on the weekend. Available from Coles and Woolworths. 2 Speedy starter Guests are arriving but there’s still nothing on the plate? Pop a few Woolworths Macaroni Cheese Balls and Chicken & Mushroom Arancini, into the oven. Ready in 12 minutes, serve them with store-bought salsa and aioli for an effortless starter. And at $5 a pack, they’re an absolute steal! Find them at Woolworths. 3 Better bacon We love saving time and mess in…

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