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Taste.com.au

March 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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for years, we’ve been in your kitchen, and on your bookshelf. We’ve been in the supermarket with you, and spent time loitering in your handbag, too. Now, finally, we’re in your ears! I’m talking about our new taste.com.au podcast, Eat Real Unwrapped.This is brand new territory for taste.com.au. And for me, too – I’m host (and slightly terrified!). What we’re doing is uncovering the truth about healthy eating. To help us get to what’s real, we’re bringing in the big guns – leading experts and scientists from here and around the world, spotlighting cutting edge research. Then, each episode, we help you put the science into action – with recipes, meal plans, articles and handy tools.Spoiler alert: get set for big surprises. A lot of what you thought you…

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what’s on taste.com.au

ONE-POT DINNERS taste.com.au/onepot 15-MINUTE MEALS taste.com.au/timesavers EASY CAKES FOR ALL taste.com.au/quickeasycakes AUTUMN FOODS taste.com.au/feelgoodautumn LUNCH BOX crush lunchtime monotony all month long taste.com au/lunchbox FOR ALL THE LATEST FOOD AT YOUR FINGERTIPS ■…

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must-see videos!

How to: make an omelette Skip the cafe and master your own weekend breakfast classic. Pizza cob dip Add an Italian twist to a traditional cob loaf for a party starter sensation. Mini Baileys cheesecakes See how to make these bite-sized delights using store-bought cake. How to: deseed a pomegranate Learn the tricks to releasing these ruby jewels from their crown. Potato gem nachos The ultimate comfort foods combine in this one-pan wonder. How to: make a pie lattice Because pies always looks better with perfectly woven pastry! ■…

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q&a we’re here to help

Michelle lentilsQ What are the best shortcuts to have dinner on the table in under 30 mins?Recently, I have been doing taste.tv emergency dinners – dinner on the table in under 10 minutes! When writing the recipes, I discovered some great ingredients to have on hand that are super quick to prepare. Use microwave rice for making fried rice and adding to san choy bau. Use fresh pasta as it cooks faster. Try rice vermicelli or couscous, as they both cook in under 5 minutes, or look for pre-shredded vegies for stir-fries, curries, pasta and salads to save time chopping. I like to use hot smoked salmon or barbecued chicken for no-cook options. Haloumi in vegetarian dishes or pre-made garlic prawns make for easy, quick cooking. KatrinaQ How…

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our top meals at a glance

Mexican zucchini slice p36 Hoisin prawn fried rice p78 Haloumi, pea & chia fritters p43 BLAT bowl p98 Prawn cocktail pasta salad p27 Creamy chicken, bacon & cauliflower bake p73 Pork, kimchi & noodle salad p34 Balinese coconut chicken p39 Beef stroganoff p57 Sticky pork with zucchini p94 Japanese-style shredded chicken salad p41 Salmon tacos with papaya salsa p98 Indian-style ‘butter’ haloumi p73 Cauliflower fried rice p79 Sticky tofu fried rice p72 Pork san choy bao p70 Cheesy beef & lentil meatballs p97 Gnocchi with cheese sauce p122 ■…

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cook the cover

We transform the dish into a fresh sunshine salad with a simple herby couscous, topped with all the yum factors of beetroot dip and sliced avo. Don’t forget to add the haloumi, or as we like to say in my family, ‘squeaky cheese’.Michelle Southan let’s go! sweet potato & haloumi sunshine salad serves 4 | prep 30 mins | cooking 1 hour 2.5kg sweet potato, peeled, cut into 1cm-thick, 10cm-long sticks 1 small red onion, sliced into thin rings 1 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar 125ml ( 1/2 cup) fresh lemon juice 290g (1 1/2 cups) couscous 75g ( 1/2 cup) pistachio kernels, coarsely chopped 2 green shallots, thinly sliced 3/4 cup chopped fresh mint, plus extra leaves to serve 3/4 cup chopped fresh dill 60ml (…

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