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Taste.com.au

Taste.com.au

March 2020

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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1 min.
need for speed

ho doesn’t love the idea of ending your day with a small glass of wine in one hand and a wooden spoon in the other? Problem is, there’s often something standing in the way. And the biggest culprit always seems to be time. So, I couldn’t be more personally – and, quite frankly, selfishly – excited to say, “Here comes taste.com.au to the rescue,” with our best-ever Speedy Issue! In fact, this time we’ve taken speedy a step further. Not only do you get your full dose of Speedy recipes, that take only 30 minutes from go to woah, we’ve also added Super Speedy recipes into the mix. These little rippers are ready in a zippy 10 minutes! Just look for these recipe tags. The only extra ingredient you need is maybe someone…

2 min.
taste.com.au

EDITORIAL editor-in-chief Brodee Myers brodee.myerscooke@news.com.au group commissioning editor Cassie Mercer food director Michelle Southan creative director Giota Letsios art director Natasha Barisa food editors Gemma Luongo & Tracy Rutherford senior food consultant Alison Adams chief subeditor Alex McDivitt subeditors & digital producers Jodi De Vantier & Natasha Shaw nutrition editor Chrissy Freer editorial coordinator Elizabeth Hayes multimedia/video Jade Dunn & Mim Stacey DIGITAL group digital editor Laura Simpson senior producers Rosalie Gordon & Kelly Pigram social media editor Stephanie Hua head of product & strategy Clementine Levingston senior product manager Sheryl Deubler ADVERTISING managing director, national sales Lou Barrett general manager, newsamp Renee Sycamore national marketing services & integration director Rebecca Sherrard nsw marketing services & integration managers Melinda Deluca & Donna Hodges (02) 8045 4734 donna.hodges@news.com.au nsw marketing services & integration specialists Pamela Jap, Anna Steele & Lucy Tootill (02) 8045 4674 lucy.tootill@news.com.au vic marketing services & integration director Eugene Loane (03) 9292 2286…

2 min.
cook the cover

“This is one of my new go-to weeknight meals. It’s so easy and uses shortcuts like frozen spinach and bought pasta sauce. Be sure to use very large pasta shells. Try adding cubes of roast pumpkin or chopped ham or chicken to the ricotta filling.” Michelle Southan let’s go! frypan pasta bake with spinach & ricotta serves 4 | prep 20 mins | cooking 1 hour 16 (130g) Cucina Matese Conchiglioni (large pasta shells)150g frozen chopped spinach portions, thawed400g fresh ricotta60g ( 3 /4 cup) shredded parmesan or non-animal rennet cheese¼ tsp ground nutmeg420g jar Saclà Whole Cherry Tomato Pasta Sauce with Basil6 cherry tomatoes, halved40g ( 1 /4 cup) coarsely grated cheddarSmall fresh basil leaves, to serve 1 Cook the pasta shells in a large saucepan of salted boiling water for 10-12 minutes or until…

1 min.
cook the cover & win

This handy 900ml personal blender can quickly whip up fruit and veg smoothies that nourish from the inside out. With a powerful 1200-watt motor and two pre-programmed cycles that pulse and shut off automatically, the NutriBullet 1200 Series will easily break down even the toughest ingredients every time. Enjoy ultra-smooth soups, become a dab hand at nut butters or make your own sauces with ease. Just make our easiest-ever spinach and ricotta-stuffed shells, send us a pic and you could win this whiz of an appliance! "I'm looking for beautifully arranged pasta shells filled to the brim and topped with a golden, cheesy crust."matt preston CELEBRITY JUDGE SEND IN YO UR ENTRIES BY11 MARCH Terms and conditions: Entries open 00:01 (AEDT) 13/02/2020 and close 23:59 (AEDT) 11/03/2020. Open to Australian residents only. Winners…

11 min.
what’s hot!

cheat’s lasagne with a twist is a five-star winner! get rolling on weeknights with an easy meatball crowd-pleaser one-pan creamy tuscan salmon One pan means less washing up, and that’s something we can get behind on busy weeknights. Salmon and semi-dried tomatoes are a flavour revelation, we promise! serves 4 | prep 15 mins | cooking 15 mins 110g ( 1 /2 cup) semi-dried tomatoes in oil, chopped, 1 1 /2 tbs oil reserved4 x 130g skinless salmon fillets1 brown onion, finely chopped3 garlic cloves, crushed300ml pouring cream80g baby spinach1 tbs drained baby capers1 /4 cup small fresh basil leavesCrusty bread, to serve 1 Heat 3 tsp of the reserved oil in a large frying pan over medium-high heat. Cook the salmon for 1 minute each side or until golden. Transfer to a plate. 2 Heat…

1 min.
you said it...

Sweet & sour pork meatballs Give pork meatballs a sweet and sour makeover you’ll love. “Easy to make and tasted great. I left the cornflour out of the meatballs and added a bit to the sauce.” @KAZJB “Easy to make; very tasty. Clean plates all round.” @VRONZA “I love it. Will definitely cook it again.” @JOYJIE Maple-glazed lamb & sweet potato tray bake This is a quick and flavoursome roast you can cook midweek. “This was a great midweek meal. Used lamb steaks (as they were on special) instead of cutlets. Can’t wait to have it again. Will certainly try it with chickpeas as an alternative.” @SJT “Very happy with this recipe. Yum, yum, yum!” @ACGRE088 Neapolitan vanilla slice cake Colourful layers with a vanilla slice twist will wow you! “Ice-cream cake that is so easy to make!” @AGUY0 “So amazing. Took…