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June 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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11 Issues


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the comfort zone

for me, there’s something about diving winter temperatures that releases the hibernating bear within. I can be go-go-go all day, then by night, from the moment I step in the door, the electric blanket’s calling. All I dream of is delectably nourishing dishes, ready in a thrice. And all l want is a belly full of great food, so I can get down to the business of snuggling deep under the covers, in the ‘cave’.If this is you too, then you’ve come to the right place! In fact, I doubt if we’ve ever had a winter issue with so many mind-blowing dishes that are ready in double-quick time – from tray bakes to winter salads, healthy one-pots, to cosy dinners, literally on the table in 10 minutes! (I am…

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what’s on taste.com.au

BUDGET ONE-POTS taste.com.au/budgetonepots SWEET DUMPLINGS taste.com.au/sweetdumplings SELF-SAUCING PUDS taste.com.au/selfsaucepuds FULLY LOADED SOUPS taste.com.au/loadedsoups A WEEK OF NEXT-LEVEL TRAY BAKES taste com.au/traybakes FOR ALL THE LATEST FOOD AT YOUR FINGERTIPS …

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EDITORIAL editor-in-chief Brodee Myers brodee.myerscooke@news.com.au editor & books editor Cassie Mercer food director Michelle Southan creative director Giota Letsios food editors Miranda Payne, Katrina Woodman art director Natasha Barisa 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 Rebecca Nittolo, Rosalie Gordon content producer Stephanie Hua ADVERTISING managing director, national sales Lou Barrett general manager, newsamp Renee Sycamore client solutions director Ed Faith nsw…

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must-see videos!

Don’t miss this month’s top videos featuring step-by-step recipes. For these and many more, visit taste.com.au/videos . Creamy pumpkin soup This twist on a classic includes pepitas, cranberries and fresh parsley. Quick chicken curry Your new go-to for when friends drop by, this is a speedy dinner winner. Classic apple pie Follow along to watch how to make this piping hot winter favourite. …

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our top meals at a glance

Pork & black bean one-pot with chilli salsa p66 17-minute Japanese curry p27 Roast carrot & chorizo salad p35 Turmeric chilli fried egg bowl Casserole with dumplings p84 Chicken & vegie one-pot p81 Beef, honey & soba bowl p33 The new Welsh crumpets p48 Tandoori salmon tray bake p36 One-pot chicken pasta p65 No-fuss chicken casserole p34 Chicken banh mi salad p109 Rice & fried haloumi salad p44 Cheesy gnocchi & chorizo meatball bake p43 Pumpkin tofu coconut curry p65 Honey tamarind chicken p39 Fried rice salad p111 Spiced lamb pie with feta filo p87…

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cook the cover

If you’re like me, freezing cold weekends at school sport will have you wishing for hot dinners like this. It’s a proper warming welcome for hungry hordes, best served with salad leaves. Michelle Southan let’s go! 2 tbs olive oil1.8 kg gravy beef, excess fat trimmed, cut into 5cm pieces1 brown onion, finely chopped2 garlic cloves, crushed4 sprigs fresh thyme2 x 400g cans diced tomatoes250ml (1 cup) beef stock125ml ( 1 /2 cup) red wine2 x 250g pkts Grand Italian King Island Beef Ragu Ravioliacci125ml ( 1 /2 cup) passata85g ( 3 /4 cup) pre-grated 4 cheese meltFried sage leaves, to serve bacon crumbs 1 tbs olive oil90g rindless bacon rashers, finely chopped20g ( 1 /2 cup) panko breadcrumbs slow-cooked beef with cheesy ravioli serves 6 | prep…