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Taste.com.au

September 2019

From Australia’s favourite food and lifestyle website comes an exciting food experience – Taste.com.au magazine. The magazine brings to life all-new and exclusive recipes that are a joy to make and eat, whether you're after a quick and easy midweek meal, a healthy lunch or something decadently indulgent. Plus, each month the magazine features some of Australia's favourite foodies including Matt Preston, Manu Feildel and Marion Grasby, showcasing irresistible new recipes and ideas from their kitchens. Here comes food like you’ve never seen it before. With food beautifully heroed on high-impact pages, you can almost taste it. Plus, as you read the magazine, enticing extras are always at your fingertips, a simple click away, bringing the pages of the magazine to life.The new Taste.com.au magazine digital edition is now available to download! Select the single issue or subscribe today.

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United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
News Life Media Pty Limited
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11 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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happy birthday to us!

this issue marks six years of taste magazine! We’ve always loved masterminding cover recipes to celebrate retro classics – Maltesers, Iced VoVo, Cherry Ripe, Tim Tam and Golden Gaytime have all been given the taste cover treatment! And wow, my personal favourite – Red Skins – has finally hit the cover. Whether you like them chewy (like me) or snap-hard, you’re going to love this incredible Red Skins cheesecake with glossy Italian meringue, ruby jewel jelly, dripping with oozy pink white chocolate sauce. It could easily be this year’s sweetest, most indulgent recipe. The retro celebrations don’t stop there. Savoury fans who love hot dogs, turn straight to page 62. Matt Preston has worked with food director Michelle Southan to bring you the Argentinian choripan, the Japanese hot dog, the Danish polser…

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taste.com.au

EDITORIAL editor-in-chief Brodee Myers brodee.myerscooke@news.com.au editor & books editor Cassie Mercer food director Michelle Southan creative director Giota Letsios acting creative director Natasha Barisa food editors Miranda Payne, Katrina Woodman senior food consultant Alison Adams chief subeditor Alex McDivitt subeditor & digital producer Shelley Sing nutrition editor Chrissy Freer editorial coordinator & feature writer Imogen Rafferty multimedia/video Jade Dunn & Mim Stacey DIGITAL general manager – digital development, News DNA Gemma Battenbough online editor Laura Simpson senior producers Rosalie Gordon & Rebecca Nittolo content producer Stephanie Hua ADVERTISING managing director, national sales Lou Barrett general manager, newsamp Renee Sycamore client solutions director Ed Faith nsw client solutions managers Melinda Deluca & Donna Hodges (02) 8045 4734 donna.hodges@news.com.au nsw client solutions specialists Elizabeth Hamilton, Laura Stevens & Lucy Tootill (02) 9078 6425 elizabeth.hamilton@news.com.au vic group client solutions manager Eugene Loane (03) 9292 2286 vic client solutions manager Charmaine Wu (03) 9292 1597 charmaine.wu@news.com.au vic client solutions specialist Tatiana…

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must-see video!

How to: make tomato sauce Make a bottle for finals season to dollop on your pies and chips! Crunchy haloumi chips Aussies’ fave cheese coated in smoky cornflake crumb. Baileys self-saucing pudding If you’re trying to impress, this indulgent pud is the way to go. How to: make pesto A staple that’s better than ever when fresh and homemade. How to: butterfly a chicken Learn this simple technique so you can prep chicken for the barbie. Chocolate magic cake Follow our instructions for a foolproof fudgy mousse dessert!…

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q&a we’re here to help

Michelle Q Should I rinse rice before cooking? With dishes such as fried rice, rice salads and rice for curry, rinsing off starch before cooking is essential for fluffy, separate grains. Rinse under cold running water until water runs clear. To achieve a creamy texture, (for risotto and rice pudding etc.), starch plays a major role, so you don’t need to rinse first. Chrissy Q Is there a difference between canned and dried legumes? Canned legumes and cooked legumes (from dried) can be interchanged in most recipes. Cooking from dried is cost efficient, the texture is a little firmer once cooked and there is no added sodium. They do take longer to prepare as most recipes require overnight soaking. To speed this up, rinse, place in a saucepan and cover with water. Bring to boil,…

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cook the cover

let’s go! 250g pkt nice biscuits125g butter, melted12 Allen’s Red Skins lollies500ml (2 cups) thickened cream5 tsp gelatine powder3 x 250g pkt cream cheese, chopped, at room temperature140g ( 2 /3 cup) caster sugar2 tsp vanilla extract85g pkt strawberry jelly crystals250ml (1 cup) boiling water pink chocolate drizzle 50g white chocolate, finely chopped60ml ( 1 /4 cup) thickened creamQueen Hot Pink and Purple Food Colour Gels, to tint italian meringue 315g (1 1 /2 cups) caster sugar4 egg whites, at room temperaturePinch of cream of tartar no-bake red skins cheesecake slice serves 12 | prep 30 mins (+ 30 mins cooling & 4 hours 30 mins setting) | cooking 25 mins 1 Line a 7.5cm-deep, 8 x 27cm loaf pan with baking paper, allowing paper to overhang the two long sides. 2 Process biscuits in a food processor until…

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cook the cover & win

t he Ascent Series High-Performance Blenders from Vitamix have bluetooth connectivity and Self-Detect technology, which automatically adjusts blender settings according to container size. These sleek, wireless appliances are ready to connect and evolve, and are built to last with a 10-year warranty. From frozen desserts to hot soups, Vitamix will help you make healthy, delicious meals in minutes. Make our Red Skins cheesecake on the cover, share a pic with us and you could win one of two high-performance blenders. First prize is the A3500i with a blending bowls and cups starter kit, valued at $1635, and second prize is the A2300i, worth $895. "I want to be in awe of even cheesecake layers, glossy meringue, jewels of jelly and drizzles of chocolate sauce." Terms and conditions: Entries open 00:01 (AEDT) 15/08/2019…

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