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Super Food Ideas October 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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spring chicken

INDONESIAN GRILLED CHICKEN (AYAM BAKAR)MAKES 4PREP 20 MINUTESCOOK 1 HOUR 10 MINUTES1 tablespoon peanut oil4 chicken Marylands3 cups coconut water¼ cup ABC Sweet Soy Sauce Kecap Manis, plus extra to serve3 kaffir lime leavesSteamed rice, micro herbs and ABC Original Chili Sauce, to servePaste1 teaspoon coriander seeds1 teaspoon cumin seeds2 large red chillies, chopped½ red onion, chopped3 garlic cloves, chopped½ teaspoon turmeric1 For the paste, heat the coriander and cumin seeds in a small frying pan over medium heat for 1-2 minutes or until aromatic. Transfer mixture to a small food processor. Add the chilli, onion, garlic and turmeric. Process to a coarse paste.2 Heat the oil in a large saucepan or stockpot over medium-high heat. Add the paste and cook, stirring for 5 minutes or until aromatic. Add the…

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a piece of cake

SIX-YEAR-OLDS AREN’T THE TOUGHEST CROWD TO PLEASEKids’ party cakes, they’re a bit like kids; you either love them or… well, you know. I really enjoy making them even though I’ve had some spectacular fails, and no, I’m not talking about my children! Why I like it is still a mystery to me; I’m not at all crafty and have learnt my limitations after years of wonky hems and badly glued craft projects that stick to the table rather than together. But decorating birthday cakes for my children just gives me such a great sense of achievement. And they give the kids so much joy – even the ones that don’t work.One year, I tried my hand at fondant to make my oldest, Asher, a Minecraft cake. It seemed so easy:…

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our recipes…

Roasted Asparagus with Tomato and RicottaSIDES, STARTERS & LIGHT MEALSAsparagus with Sourdough PolonaiseChargrilled Asparagus and Haloumi SaladChoc-coco Quinoa PorridgePeanut Butter Banana BreadSaganaki EggsSautéed Asparagus with Balsamic WalnutsStir-fried Asparagus with Chinese SauceBEEF, PORK & LAMBCorn, Bacon and Fetta Pasta SaladCrumbed Pork Steaks with Apple MashEasy Nachos TartPizza BurgersSweet-soy Braised Pork Ribs with Choy SumNIBBLESBurger BitesCheat’s Meatball Slider Pull-apartCheesy PopcornCinnamon Sugar PopcornCrispy Potato, Ham and Cheese SkewersFetta, Thyme and Honey Loaded LoafFrankfurts in BlanketsFunfetti PopcornLayered Lasagne Cob DipMexican Sausage RollsPizza PopcornSalted Caramel PopcornSalt and Vinegar PopcornSpicy Chicken Puffs with Ponzu Dipping SauceYakitori Chicken WingsVEGETARIANBroccoli Walnut TartSweet Potato Patties with KachumberTofu Rice Bowl with Satay DressingTomato, Ricotta and Sticky Red Onion TartVegie-stuffed FocacciaZucchini, Lemon and Rice TartCHICKENCoconut and Zucchini Noodle SoupOne-pan Balsamic Chicken with Capsicum RisoniSpiced Chicken Kofta with AvocadoThai Fried Rice with…

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your food ideas

HE LOVED IT!” “AS YOU CAN SEE,Birthday bonanzaI just wanted to let you know that I made the Fairy Bread Cheesecake (June 2017, p92) for my son’s third birthday last month. As you can see, he loved it – what an absolute winner! It looks very impressive but is so easy to make. Thanks again for another winning recipe. Monica Earl, via email Super fanI have been purchasing Super Food Ideas since the first issue. I’ve read every issue from start to finish. I scrapbook my favourite recipes and pass on what is left to my family and friends who do the same. But the 2017 July issue will be staying in my kitchen because there is not one recipe I don’t want to try. I love your magazine, not…

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in season october

“A woman is like an artichoke, you must work hard to get to her heart.”INSPECTOR JACQUES CLOUSEAU, THE PINK PANTHER (2006)AND LOOK OUT FORChoko | Cucumber | Green beans | Lettuce | Pomelo | Mango |Globe artichokes Technically the bud of a flowering plant, not a vegetable, globe artichokes are incredibly versatile and can be boiled, baked, barbecued, fried or stuffed. The soft ends of the leaves and the heart can be eaten, but the tougher outer leaves and furry central choke are inedible. Make sure leaves aren’t shrivelled and select smaller artichokes as the leaves are more tender.TO STORE: Globe artichokes are best eaten the day they’re bought, but will keep in a plastic bag in the fridge for up to 10 days.PERFECT PARTNERS: Tomato, basil, garlic, butter, extra…

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healthy kitchen

HOT-SMOKED SALMON TART WITH GREEN ONION AND SESAME PASTRYASPARAGUS WITH SOURDOUGH POLONAISESAGANAKI EGGSTHAI FRIED RICE WITH SHREDDED CHICKENSunny side upNot only are eggs cheap as chips and incredibly versatile – you can boil, scramble, fry, bake or poach them – they’re also a powerhouse of nutrition, containing the highest-quality protein of all food sources and 11 different vitamins and minerals. No wonder they have their own World Egg Day on October 13! Get cracking with these four eggceptional recipes. COCONUT MILK With so many people opting for non-dairy milk alternatives, it’s good to have another option to try. With its light coconut taste and similar consistency to cow’s milk, coconut milk is the new kid on the block. Unlike the canned coconut milk we use in cooking, this one comes…