BBC Good Food Magazine September 2021

Good Food is the UK's biggest selling food magazine, packed with triple-tested recipes and practical ideas for every meal occasion. From weekday suppers to relaxed weekend lunches, recipes are seasonal and work first time. In every issue: 100+ triple-tested recipes, everyday cooking,weekend ideas, seasonal ingredients, TV chefs, inspirational photographs and practical advice.

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our commitment

At Immediate Media, publishers of BBC Good Food, we respect and value differences. We understand that when people from different backgrounds and with different points of view work together, we can create the most value – for our readers, our people and society. We always strive to be inclusive, but we need to do better. We have been taking time to listen and understand how we can make positive changes, and how we can better support and increase diversity across all our brands. We have begun work on a comprehensive plan to create and drive authentic change.…

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welcome to september

‘We speak the same language – the language of debate and creativity, empathy and discussion,’ says Sanjeev Bhaskar as he cooks pau bhaji with Emma Freud, describing his joy in becoming part of the creative community behind shows such as Goodness Gracious Me (p114). But, he could also be describing the experiences shared by those of us with a passion for food. This month, we celebrate the versatility of spices and how they can elevate macaroni cheese, roast chicken and brownies (p33); meet the woman reimagining school dinners (p26) and Melissa Thompson’s Pride food heroes (p118); and explore the tastes and traditions of Rosh Hashanah (p54). As we enter September, discover our new baking and health online courses, designed to boost your knowledge through discussion with fellow learners (p93). See you next…

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star contributors

Sandra Leong With Singaporean snack-food chain Old Chang Kee, Sandra brought curry puffs and more to London (p90). Find her nasi lemak recipe on page 92. Resh Sonchhatla & Heena Varambhia The couple behind Chapati Club tell Melissa Thompson what Pride means to them (p119). Sanjeev Bhaskar Emma Freud cooks Sanjeev’s version of pau bhaji (p116) and chats to him about his TV career, growing up and Unforgotten (p114). Melek Erdal Chef, cookery teacher and food writer Melek shares her three inventive ways with feta, inspired by traditional Turkish-Kurdish dishes (p70).…

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this is your good food

COOKING THE COVER It was great to see so many of you making our big barbecue chicken kebab from the August issue. Yours (below) looks fantastic, Charlotte! Star letter I love reading your feedback and stories, and this one made me smile. I make a meal plan and shopping list every week and Good Food is always right by my side. I use both my subscription issues and the BBC Good Food website to pick and choose recipes to follow or simply be inspired. Deciding what to cook and serve my family always feels like the biggest chore but the July issue made it so much easier. I followed the midweek recipe suggestions as they all sounded right up our family’s street. Five 15-minute, no-cook dinners: what’s not to like? What a bonus that…

2 min
nuts & seeds granola

I developed this recipe after many failed attempts to find a shop- bought granola I really liked. I found many of them to be overly sweet and full of added preservatives, so I decided to develop my own recipe, incorporating my favourite ingredients, flavours and textures. SERVES 10 (makes about 550g) PREP 5 mins COOK 30 mins EASY V 150g rolled oats150g mixed nuts (we used whole hazelnuts, flaked almonds and whole pecans)50g mixed seeds (we used a mixed bag containing sunflower, pumpkin, hemp and golden linseed)50g raisins1 tsp ground cinnamon1/4 tsp sea salt1 tsp almond extract (vanilla works well too, if you prefer)50ml vegetable oil100ml maple syrup milk or yogurt, and fruit (optional), to serve 1 Heat the oven to 180C/160C fan/ gas 4. Line a large baking sheet with baking parchment…

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10 things to do this month

1 LOVE YOUR LUNCHBOX BACK-TO-SCHOOL MEALS Invest in some new Tupperware with multiple compartments and smaller containers for dips and dressings. Remember most schools have a no-nut policy and some schools don’t allow sesame. If this is the case, in the ideas below, replace tahini with sunflower or pumpkin seed butter and hummus with tzatziki. • Falafel box Pack a few homemade or shop-bought falafel into a box with hummus for dunking, chopped veg and strips of pitta. • Sesame noodles Toss egg noodles with soy, tahini, lime juice and thinly sliced veg like red pepper and spring onion. Top with sesame seeds. • Fruity sundae Layer yogurt, berries and compote in a jar or pot, and top with some crunchy granola, coconut shavings or seeds. • Oaty bites Make a batch of healthy flapjacks or…