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BBC Easycook Summer 2019

easycook is a practical, down to earth and straight-talking food magazine. It aims to help busy people feed their families with a minimum of fuss and effort during the week, with more adventurous ideas for when there's a little more time at the weekend. The easy, speedy and healthy recipes are ideal whether you're an experienced cook or you're less confident in the kitchen, and they're all thoroughly tested so they will always work first time. In every issue; over 100 speedy, easy to follow recipes, family recipes for every day of the week, food kids love, store cupboard ideas, easy entertaining and easy baking.

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United Kingdom
Language:
English
Publisher:
Immediate Media Company London Limited
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10 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome

As the long school summer holidays approach, what are your thoughts? Excited anticipation or , me and my wife, you’re working parents, this time of year comes with mixed emotions: no more nagging about homework (yay!); worrying about the kids filling their days with nothing but computer games (nay!); and the cost and inconvenience of keeping them fed and watered (double nay!). How to survive? Plan. Plan. Plan. Which, of course, is where Easy Cook comes in. This summer issue is packed with ideas for budget-friendly, healthy, quick and simple ideas for you to get-ahead and ensure you don’t become a slave to the stove over the next couple of months. Check out our super-saver suppers on p8, and our family-friendly rain-or-shine recipes on p18. I hope you have a…

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mini milkshakes

Make these cute mini fruit milkshakes for a family picnic. • Serves 6 • Prep 15 mins • No cook Put 1 small ripe banana, chopped, 200ml whole milk and 50g yogurt in a blender, and blitz until smooth. Pour into two or three milk bottles. Divide 1 small punnet blueberries between two skewers to make stirrers for serving on the side, or drop one into each bottle. Put 6 strawberries and 6 raspberries in the blender with a further 200ml milk and 50g yogurt. Blend until smooth, then divide between two small milk bottles. Push more raspberries onto two skewers to make stirrers as before. Now blend 120g mango chunks with 200ml coconut milk until smooth, then add a squeeze of lime. Divide between bottles. PER SERVING 98 kcals, fat 3g, saturates 2g,…

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bbc easycook

EDITORIAL Magazines Editor Keith Kendrick Recipes Editor Sara Buenfeld Content & Production Manager Stella Papamichael Deputy Content & Production Manager Fiona Forman Senior Sub-Editor Marianne Voyle Sub-Editors Sarah Nittingher, Sara Norman Nutritionist Kerry Torrens DESIGN Senior Art Editors Gareth Jones, Rachel Bayly Art Editor Andrew Jackson BBC GOOD FOOD Editor-in-Chief Christine Hayes Acting Creative Director Elizabeth Galbraith ADVERTISING Head of Sales & Business Development Anna Priest Client Services Manager Catherine Crosby Senior Sales, brand James Adams, Rachel Dalton, Margaret McGonnell Group Head, partnerships Roxane Rix Sales Executive, partnerships Elorie Palmer Sales Executive, partnerships Mia Georgevic Business Development Manager, inserts Steve Cobb Regional Business Development Manager Nicola Rearden Display Ad Services Manager John Szilady Senior Ad Services Co-ordinator Sarah Barker Ad services Co-ordinator Agata Wszeborowska MARKETING & READER OFFERS Group Marketing Manager Tom Townsend-Smith Senior Marketing Executive Amy Donovan Subscriptions Director Helen Ward Reader Offers Manager Liza Evans Subscriptions Marketing Manager Sally Longstaff Direct Marketing Executive Alex Havell Newstrade Marketing Manager Charlotte Watts PRODUCTION &…

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easy peasy lemon cheesy

Lemon cheesecake • Serves 6 • Prep 20 mins plus chilling • Cook 5 mins For the base 110g digestive biscuits50g butter25g light soft brown sugar For the topping 350g mascarpone cheese75g caster sugar2-3 lemons, juiced (you need about 90ml), 1 zested,1/2 zest pared into thin strips to serve (optional) 1 To make the base, crush the digestive biscuits in a food bag with a rolling pin or using a food processor. 2 Melt the butter in a saucepan, then remove from the heat and stir in the sugar and the biscuit crumbs. 3 Line the base of a 20cm loose-bottomed cake tin with baking parchment. Press the biscuit mix into the bottom of the tin and chill in the fridge while you make the topping. 4 Beat together the mascarpone cheese, caster sugar and lemon zest and juice…

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super-saver

Zingy salmon & brown rice salad • Serves 3-4 • Prep 15 mins • Cook 25 mins 200g brown basmati rice200g frozen soya beans, defrosted2 salmon fillets1 cucumber, dicedsmall bunch spring onions, slicedsmall bunch coriander, roughly chopped1 lime, zested and juiced1 red chilli, diced, deseeded if you like4 tsp light soy sauce 1 Cook the rice following pack instructions and 3 mins before it’s done. Add the defrosted soya beans, then drain, then cool under cold running water. 2 Meanwhile, put the salmon on a plate, then microwave on high for 3 mins or until cooked through. Allow to cool slightly, remove the skin with a fork, then flake. 3 Gently fold the cucumber, spring onions, coriander and salmon into the rice and beans. In a separate bowl, mix the lime zest and juice, chilli…

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come rain or shine

Lemon & yogurt chicken flatbreads • Serves 4 • Prep 20 mins plus 1 hr marinating • Cook 5-10 mins 2 skinless chicken breasts, cut into strips1 lemon, peel pared with a vegetable peeler, then juiced1 tsp dried oregano (optional)1 garlic clove, crushedpinch cinnamon1 tbsp olive oil4 flatbreads4 tbsp Greek yogurt¼ red pepper, finely chopped1 Little Gem lettuce, finely chopped 1 Put the chicken in a bowl. Add the lemon peel and half the juice to the chicken, along with the oregano (if using), garlic, cinnamon and oil. Mix well, cover and chill for 1 hr. The lemon juice will start to ‘cook’ the chicken, so don’t leave for longer. 2 Heat the barbecue. If you’re using coals, wait until they turn white. If you’re indoors, heat a griddle pan. Thread the chicken strips…

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