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FRESH FAMILY RECIPES

THE FEEL GOOD ISSUE

Grab a s oon!

Eat well this month with hearty soups and delicious desserts at less than 175 calories a serving

Food | Living | Health | Homes | Style


GOOD LIVING SEPTEMBER 2018

Welcome

Photograph: Jonathan Kennedy. Styling: Jenny Iggleden

I love food! I’m the kind of girl who has a starter, main and dessert, tops it off with a cheeseboard and still isn’t full. But as I get older, I realise Sarah Thom that the phrase ‘a moment on the Asda Editor lips, a lifetime on the hips’ isn’t just an old wives’ tale – and I have to work harder to counteract my gluttony (because there is no way I will ever give up my four courses!). That’s why I’m so excited September is our Feel Good issue, where we bring you meals that are not only tasty but also won’t leave you with post-snack guilt. Delicious desserts that are under 175 calories a serving (p23), hearty soups packed full of veg (p17) and easy 30-minute meals (p61) from Joe Wicks, aka The Body Coach, which fuel you before and after a workout. In this issue, we’ll also help you get back into the swing of things after a summer of sunshine, with weeknight winners that are made easier from the freezer (p41) and dinners that can be created with only five ingredients (p67). Less waste and less time prepping? Ideal!

Sarah Sticky Chinese chicken bake, p12

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Contents

FOOD 11 Miguel’s £1 meals Easy-cook family dinners from Instagram star Miguel Barclay 17 Souper stars Hearty bowls of classic flavour combinations, plus quick and tasty toppers 23 Sweetness & light Gorgeous desserts with fewer calories! 27 4 ways with sweetcorn The versatile veg that adds colour and crunch 30 Middle Eastern mezze From baba ganoush and saffron chicken to a rosewater-infused pud 41 Easier from the freezer! Pre-prepped veg, spices

HEARST Editor Hannah Barr Deputy editor Terry Barbrook Food editor Gregor McMaster Art director Alex Nicholas Art editors Natalie Williams, Jack Cunningham Chief sub editor Jennifer Spaeth Deputy chief sub editor Sue Sharrock Senior sub editor Gwennan Thomas Features writer Harriette Casey Food assistant Vanessa Graham

Are nutritionally balanced, using everyday ingredients

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Digital director Mango Saul Digital content editor Sarah Alcock Digital content producer Bobbie Edsor Head of client services Kirsty Ware Junior account director Hannah Gee Production director Nafeesa Yousuf Senior account manager Nikki Little Senior production manager Annaliza Dowding Senior fashion writer Rebecca Shepherd

and herbs make simple weeknight winners 49 Fuel for school Tasty and balanced food for their lunchboxes 61 Eat well, live well, feel great Top tips and recipes from The Body Coach Joe Wicks 67 Just take 5… Tasty five-ingredient meals

STYLE 79 Good jeans Celebrate the power of denim with five women who discover their perfect fit with George 85 Denim demystified Jeans styles decoded 87 Learn how to speak ‘hairdresser’ With star stylist Andrew Barton

LIVING 6 Light fantastic Lovely lamps and lighting to brighten up your home 8 #Lovefood The latest foodie news and treats 73 Smart living Save £££s with our money special 98 My foodie life Actress Gemma Atkinson talks Tabasco, Toblerone and Nana’s shepherd’s pie

PARENTING SPECIAL 91 The next steps Buying your child’s first shoes 92 Adventures in parenting Bloggers Mother Pukka and Papa Pukka see the funny side 94 How to win at weaning Get your baby eating and enjoying solid food 96 Food for thought Kit and more for weaning

Account executive Chloe Patmore ASDA Editor Sarah Thom Good Living content planners Amy Cawthorne, Jo Shaw Good Living content coordinator Kelly Ward ADVERTISING Chris Hall For sales enquiries, please contact chris@ gigretail.co.uk

We test each recipe at least three times in an ordinary kitchen, to make sure it works for you first time and every time

PRICE PER SERVING When we say ‘price per serving’ on our recipes, we mean the cost of the ingredients you will need to use to create the dish, divided by the number of people the recipe serves (for example ‘serves 4’). When you see the recipes at asdagoodliving.co.uk, you will be able to put the ingredients needed straight into your shopping basket – this will show the total cost of purchasing everything you need to make the recipe, not the ‘price per serving’; see above for this definition.

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ON THE COVER Souper stars, p17 Photograph: Toby Scott Styling: Rob Merrett Food styling: Matthew Ford

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Forget about cables, this smart, minimal lamp is battery powered. Copper battery table lamp, £8

A lovely lamp that taps into the woodland creatures trend. Rabbit table lamp, £28

light fantastic Switched-on trends in lamps and lighting from George Home

STRIKE GOLD Brighten your living room with a glimmer of metallic. Gold bulb floor lamp, £28

WHERE TO BUY?

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Editor’s pick

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PURE THEATRE

Tiny lights on copper wire give a warm, relaxing glow. Copper bell jar, £6

Sophisticated and streamlined, this light makes a style statement. Copper glass ceiling pendant, £30

A stunning spotlight to introduce drama to a dark corner. Bronze spotlight table lamp, £35

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LITTLE GEMS

ON THE SPOT

These geometric fairy lights add a subtle sparkle and look just as stylish when switched off. Copper geometric string lights, £6

Bring a touch of glamour to your desk space with this beauty. Gold curved table lamp, £20

BRIGHT SPARK

BEAMING BUNNY

WIRED FOR STYLE

Lampshades are out, bare bulbs are in, so add some stripped-back cool. Copper round ball lamp, £20

Hop into bed and let this cute creature cast a cheerful glow. Rabbit bulb lamp, £25

This eye-catching light fitting will transform your living space. Copper wire pendant, £20

GLOW FOR IT

AT ALL ANGLES

HANG IN THERE

A sleek bulb lamp sums up affordable luxury. Bulb table light, £18

Mood-light your garden – hang it up or pop it on a patio table. Black battery table lamp, £6

Put this in the hallway and let the shine welcome you home. Antique brass pendant, £25

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LoveFood

FOOD EDITOR GREGOR SHARES THE LATEST FOODIE NEWS

BEST OF THE SEASON

‘Few vegetables are as versatile as carrots. I love their crunch, their sweetness and the way they bring colour to a plate. They can be diced for sauces and stews, grated and shaved into salads, cakes and coleslaw, eaten raw as a healthy snack and used as batons for dips. Carrots also buddy up well with coriander and sweet spices, such as cumin, cinnamon and ginger, to make warming soups. Or try cooking them with sweet potatoes to make a tasty mash with crème fraîche and orange zest. For a quick and creative side dish, I like to roast baby Chantenay carrots tossed in maple syrup, rapeseed oil and Dijon mustard with a sprinkling of fresh thyme. And on drizzly days, nothing beats a bright side dish of shredded carrot and beetroot slaw with hazelnuts and raisins.’

For our sticky-sweet roasted carrot recipe, visit ASDA.GL/ carrots

GO ORGANIC THIS SEPTEMBER ‘To encourage us all to make small changes to our shopping lists, the Soil Association’s Organic Your September campaign highlights the best organic farmers, producers and brands in the UK. Organic means no artificial colours, preservatives or GM ingredients, fewer pesticides and always free range. With offers, events and competitions during September, there’s never been a better time to give organic a go. For details, visit soilassociation.org. Asda has a huge selection of organic foods in store and online, including fresh Grower’s Selection potatoes, bananas, cucumbers, raspberries, spinach and other produce. The range also features plenty of top-quality staples for your store cupboard.’ Asda Extra Virgin Olive Oil, £3.24 (500ml; 65p/100ml); Asda Organic Chickpeas in Water, 74p (400g; 19p/100g); Asda Strong White Bread Flour, £1.29 (1kg) 8 | ASDA.COM


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Chef notes

IN STORE THIS MONTH

That’s jammy! ‘Make the most of the glut of hedgerow fruits at this time of year with this blackberry jam – perfect for toast, cakes or porridge. In a pan, cook 400g blackberries, crushed, 400g sugar and 2tsp lemon juice on a high heat for 5 mins. Reduce to a medium heat for another 10 mins. Skim off any foam then pour into sterilised glass jars to cool and 15g serving contains thicken. Seal with a lid Energy Each Fat Saturates Sugars Salt and store in the fridge 31131kcalkJ 0.0g 0.0g 7.6g 0.00g Low Low High Low 2% 0% 0% 8% 0% for up to a month.’ of your reference intake Makes 30 x 15g servings Typical energy values per 100g: 874kJ/209kcal

Kitchen kit

‘Want homemade soups at the touch of a button? With this smart device, you simply add your ingredients and stock, select the smooth or chunky setting and get fresh soup in around 20 minutes. Easy to clean, it also has a handy pouring spout and makes enough soup for up to six people.’

Go to p17 for our tasty soup recipes

Morphy Richards Soup Maker, £45

Photographs: Kate Whitaker, Getty Images

Page turner

‘Food and fitness guru Joe Wicks (aka The Body Coach) likes to hit targets in the gym and the kitchen. His new book features more than 100 nutri-licious recipes, such as Joe’s Sausage and Mushroom Pie. The recipes are all family-friendly and ready in half an hour, and they’re organised by the main ingredient used, which makes it easy to find a dish for whatever you have in the fridge. Turn to p61 for some of Joe’s new recipes.’ Joe’s 30-Minute Meals by Joe Wicks*, £20

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Less than 90 calories each and high in fibre, these bars will amaze you at how delicious they are. Asda Chocolate Brownie 5 Fibre Bars and Asda Blueberry Muffin 5 Fibre Bars, £2.89** each (5 x 24g; £2.41/100g)

Include everyone in a celebratory toast with this fruity and floral alcohol-free bubbly. Cheers! Nosecco, £2.98 (75cl)

Bursting with Indian-style flavours, this paste can be used in curries, savoury rice, sides, snacks, omelettes and more. Asda Indian Meal Maker Paste, £1.50 (200g; 75p/100g)

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Food MIGUEL’S £1 MEALS

Instagram star Miguel Barclay is back with easy-cook family dinners bursting with flavour and all for less than £1 per serving!

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89p per serving

Sticky Chinese chicken bake

‘This easy tray bake is bursting with spicy and sweet flavours – sesame seeds add crunch’ SERVES 4 READY IN 50 MINS

l 3tbsp tomato passata l 3tbsp reduced-salt soy sauce l 3tbsp honey l 1tsp sesame oil l 2 cloves garlic, crushed l 8 chicken drumsticks l 2 pak choi, quartered l 1 red chilli, sliced l 200g white basmati rice, rinsed, to serve

l 1tsp sesame seeds l 1 spring onion, shredded 1 Preheat the oven to 190C/170C Fan/Gas 5. 2 In a jug, mix the passata, soy sauce, honey, sesame oil and garlic to make the glaze. Put the chicken in an ovenproof dish and pour over the glaze. Season

with black pepper, then bake for about 40-45 mins, basting halfway through. 3 Add the pak choi and red chilli about 10 mins before the end of cooking. 4 Cook the rice according to the pack instructions. Sprinkle the chicken with the sesame seeds and spring onion. Serve immediately with the rice. Energy

Each 358g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

Salt

Low

Med

1,917kJ 10.4g 458kcal Low

23%

15%

2.9g 12.2g 1.43g 15%

Low

14%

24%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 536kJ/128kcal

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Cheesy fish pie ‘Cauli replaces the potato in this Cheddar-topped family favourite’ SERVES 4 READY IN 50 MINS

l 1tbsp olive oil l 1 onion, sliced l 4tsp plain flour l 300ml semi-skimmed milk l 2 frozen Asda White Fish Fillets l 2 large handfuls spinach l ½ cauliflower, cut into florets l Handful grated Cheddar

50p per serving

1 Preheat the oven to 190C/170C Fan/Gas 5. 2 Heat the oil in a pan and fry the onion over a medium heat to soften. Before it starts to colour, season with black pepper, add the flour and cook for 1 min. 3 Slowly add the milk and stir to make a sauce. Add the fish and simmer for 1-2 mins until the fish starts to break into chunks. 4 Transfer the fish and half the sauce to an ovenproof dish and mix in the spinach (it will wilt from the heat of the sauce). Top with the cauliflower, then pour over the remaining sauce and sprinkle the cheese on top. 5 Bake for 30 mins, or until the top is golden brown. Serve immediately. 1 of your 5-a-day

Energy 868kJ 207kcal

8.2g

Each 273g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

3.5g

7.9g 0.41g

Salt

10%

Low

12%

Low

Low

Low

18%

9%

7%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 318kJ/76kcal

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97p per serving

Pork & black bean lettuce tacos

‘Crisp lettuce “boats” make a great alternative to tortilla wraps in this twist on a Mexican classic’ SERVES 2 READY IN 25 MINS

l 2 pork loin steaks l 1tsp ground cumin l ¼tsp smoked paprika l 4tsp olive oil l 1 clove garlic, chopped l ½ x 400g tin black beans, drained, water reserved

l 1 pinch dried chilli flakes l 1 Little Gem lettuce l 2tbsp reduced-fat soured cream 1 Cut the pork steaks in half lengthways, dust with

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a pinch of the cumin and the paprika, then season. Heat half the oil in a frying pan and fry the pork over a low heat for 10-15 mins. 2 Meanwhile, heat the rest of the oil in a separate pan and fry the garlic over a medium heat. Just before it starts to brown, add the beans, plus a splash of the water from the tin, another

pinch of cumin and the chilli. Simmer for 2 mins and season. Slice the pork. 3 To serve, separate the Little Gem leaves, top with the beans, add the pork, drizzle with the soured cream and season. Energy

1 of your 5-a-day

Each 276g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

3.6g

1.9g 0.30g

Salt

Low

Low

Low

1,455kJ 13.2g 348kcal Med

17%

19%

18%

2%

5%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 527kJ/126kcal

Photographs: Jonathan Kennedy. Styling: Jenny Iggleden. Miguel Barclay’s Super Easy One Pound Meals, £16.99, is out now

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FOOD

SOUPER S TARS

Take bowls of gorgeous flavour combinations to a whole new level by finishing them with tasty toppings Balsamic roast tomato soup

It’s delish topped with herby whipped ricotta

SERVES 5 READY IN 40 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 91p

l 400g Extra Special Sweet Aromatico Tomatoes, halved l 1 yellow pepper, chopped l 1tbsp rapeseed oil l 1tbsp balsamic glaze l 1 clove garlic, chopped l 1 red onion, chopped l 1 carrot, chopped l 1 reduced-salt

vegetable stock cube, made up to 600ml l 1tsp chopped parsley l 2tsp chopped chives l 1tbsp chopped basil, plus leaves to serve l 100g ricotta 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6.

2 Toss the tomatoes and pepper with half the oil in a roasting tin. Roast for 20 mins, then drizzle over the balsamic glaze and cook for a further 10 mins. 3 Heat the rest of the oil in a large pan and fry the garlic, onion and carrot over a low heat for 5 mins. 4 Add the stock, bring to a simmer and cook for 10-12 mins, or until the carrot is tender. Reserve 5 of the tomato halves and add the

rest to the pan with the pepper. Cook for 5 mins, season and blend using a handheld blender. 5 In a bowl, stir the chopped herbs into the ricotta and whisk until light and fluffy. 6 To serve, top each bowl with the ricotta, basil leaves and half a tomato. 2 of your 5-a-day

Energy 441kJ 105kcal

4.9g

Each 257g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

1.5g

8.7g 0.26g

Salt

5%

Low

7%

Low

Low

Low

8%

10%

4%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 172kJ/41kcal

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Pea, spinach & pesto soup

A chorizo crumb elevates this vibrant dish SERVES 5 READY IN 15 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 80p

l 1tbsp rapeseed oil l 1 large onion, finely chopped l 750ml chicken stock l 300g frozen peas l 180g pack Asda Tender Baby Spinach l 3tbsp Asda Reduced Fat Green Pesto l 100g Extra Special Chorizo, diced l 2tbsp fresh breadcrumbs 1 Heat the oil in a large pan over a medium heat and fry the onion for 3-4 mins until soft but not browned. Add the stock, peas, spinach and pesto,

bring to a boil, then simmer for 4 mins. Cool slightly then purĂŠe with a handheld blender. 2 Heat a nonstick frying pan over a medium heat and dry-fry the chorizo for 4 mins or until crisp. Stir in the crumbs and set aside. 3 Reheat the soup, but do not boil. To serve, season with ground black pepper and top with the chorizo crumb. Energy

Each 255g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

3.6g

4.3g 1.99g

Salt

Low

Low

High

1,067kJ 14.0g 255kcal Med

13%

20%

18%

5%

33%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 418kJ/100kcal

Chicken & rice soup

Fragrant, filling and topped with fried leeks SERVES 5 READY IN 35 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 45p

l 2tbsp rapeseed oil l 1 onion, finely chopped l 1 leek, halved (chop 1 half, thinly slice the other) l 2 stalks celery, sliced l 1 carrot, diced l 50g easy cook long grain white rice, rinsed l 1 bay leaf l 2 sprigs thyme, plus extra to serve l 1 reduced-salt chicken stock cube, made up to 800ml l 125g cooked chicken, shredded 1 Heat 2tsp of the oil in a pan over a medium heat. Cook the onion for 5 mins, until beginning to turn translucent. Add the chopped leek, celery and 18 | ASDA.COM/GROCERIES

carrot and season with black pepper. Cook for 5-6 mins until starting to colour. 2 Stir in the rice, bay leaf, thyme and stock. Bring to a simmer and cook for 10 mins, uncovered, stirring often. Add the chicken and cover. Cook for 10 mins. 3 Meanwhile, heat the rest of the oil. Pat the sliced leek dry with kitchen roll and fry for 2-3 mins, until it starts to brown. Drain on kitchen roll. 4 Remove the bay leaf and thyme from the soup. Serve sprinkled with black pepper and the crispy leeks. 1 of your 5-a-day

Energy 710kJ 170kcal

6.2g

Each 246g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

0.7g

3.9g 0.27g

Salt

9%

Low

9%

Low

Low

Low

4%

4%

5%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 289kJ/69kcal


FOOD

Curried butternut squash soup

Sprinkle with toasted, spiced pumpkin seeds SERVES 4 READY IN 25 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 66p

l 2½ tbsp rapeseed oil l 1 onion, chopped l 100g carrots, peeled and sliced l 2tbsp Asda Balti Curry Paste l 4tbsp pumpkin seeds l ½tsp curry powder l 300g Asda Scratch Cook Butternut Squash Chunks

l 200g Asda Scratch Cook Sweet Potato Chunks l 1tsp mixed herbs l 2tbsp Greek yogurt, to serve l 1tbsp coriander leaves, to serve (optional) l Torn bread, to serve (optional)

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1 Heat 2tbsp of the oil in a pan over a medium heat and fry the onion and carrot for 8 mins, stirring occasionally. Turn heat to low, stir in the paste and cook for a further 2 mins. 2 Heat the remaining oil. Fry the seeds and curry powder for 3-4 mins over a low heat, stirring often. Drain on kitchen paper. 3 Add the squash, potato, herbs and 500ml water.

Boil, cover, then simmer for 15 mins until tender. Purée with a handheld blender, swirl in the yogurt, sprinkle with black pepper and the seeds and top with the coriander, if using. Energy

2 of your 5-a-day

Each 281g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

Salt

Low

Low

1,199kJ 16.6g 287kcal Med

14%

24%

2.0g 11.0g 0.39g 10%

Low

12%

7%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 427kJ/102kcal

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TOP THAT!

Add texture and flavour to your soups with these genius toppings

Pumpkin seeds

Chorizo crumb

When fried in curry powder, they’re the perfect topping for our must-try Curried butternut squash soup (p19).

Dry-fried chorizo mixed with breadcrumbs adds a gentle hit of paprika to our Pea, spinach & pesto soup (p18). .

Crispy leeks

Gently fried leeks deliver sweet flavours to our Chicken & rice soup (p18).

Whipped ricotta

A spoonful of this soft cheese mixed with herbs brings zing to our hearty Balsamic roast tomato soup (p17).

Use small cookie cutters to cut stars out of flour tortillas. Toast on a baking tray in a preheated oven for 5-10 mins, flipping halfway through, until golden and crisp. Try with a spicy Mexican-style bean soup.

Bourbon candied bacon

Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6. Mix together 2 parts maple syrup to 1 part Bourbon whiskey. Lay out a few rashers of streaky bacon on a lined baking sheet. Brush with the bourbon mix, sprinkle with cinnamon and bake for 20 mins until crisp. Crumble over a lentil or potato soup. 20 | ASDAGOODLIVING.CO.UK

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Garlicky croutons

Fry a sliver of garlic and a sprinkle of thyme in some rapeseed oil for 2-3 mins. Toss chunks of sourdough in the oil, then bake in a preheated oven for 10 mins until golden. Lovely on a French onion soup.

Savoury crumble

Mix a handful each of jumbo oats, almonds, chilli flakes and sunflower and sesame seeds. Drizzle with rapeseed oil and stir in a beaten egg white. Tip onto a tray and cook for 20 mins in a medium-hot oven. Cool, then break into chunks over pumpkin soup.

Photographs: Toby Scott. Styling: Rob Merrett. Food styling: Matthew Ford

Tortilla stars


FOOD

Sweetness & light

Thanks to smart ingredient swaps, these scrumptious treats are high in taste and less than 175 calories per serving Lemon & courgette loaf cake

Yogurt replaces butter, the oats add fibre and courgette ups the moisture in this zesty cake SERVES 16 READY IN 1 HR 25 MINS, PLUS COOLING PRICE PER SERVING 8p

● 1tsp rapeseed oil, for greasing ● 75g porridge oats ● 100g courgette, grated ● 100g Asda Full Fat Greek Style Yogurt ● 1tsp vanilla extract ● 3 eggs, beaten ● 100g caster sugar

● Zest and juice 1 lemon, plus extra grated zest to decorate ● 200g self-raising flour ● ½tsp bicarbonate of soda ● 50g icing sugar 1 Preheat the oven to 160C/ 140C Fan/Gas 3. Grease

and line a 21cm loaf tin with nonstick baking paper. 2 In a processor, blitz the oats until powdery and set aside. Put the courgette in a bowl and stir in the yogurt, vanilla, eggs and caster sugar until combined, then stir in the lemon zest. 3 Sift the flour and bicarbonate of soda into the bowl and stir in the oats. Mix until combined then pour into the tin.

4 Bake in the centre of the oven for 1 hr to 1 hr 15 mins, or until a skewer comes out clean. Cool in the tin for 15 mins, then turn out onto a wire rack to cool completely. 5 To ice, mix the lemon juice with the icing sugar and drizzle over the cake. Top with the extra lemon zest to serve. Energy

Each 54g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

0.9g

9.7g 0.21g

Salt

Med

Med

Med

538kJ 2.4g 129kcal Med

6%

3%

5%

11%

4%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 996kJ/238kcal

Less than 130 calories per slice

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Cinnamon apple scones

Replacing butter with Greek yogurt keeps the calories down MAKES 8 READY IN 45 MINS, PLUS COOLING PRICE PER SERVING 34p 24 | ASDA.COM/GROCERIES

● 2tbsp Asda Authentic Greek Yogurt, plus extra for spreading ● 1 egg, beaten ● 75g light brown soft sugar ● 200g self-raising flour, plus extra for dusting ● 1tsp bicarbonate of soda

● ½tsp ground cinnamon ● 1 small Bramley apple, cored, grated and excess juice squeezed out ● 3tbsp semi-skimmed milk ● ½tsp vanilla extract ● 15g pumpkin seeds ● Blackberries, to serve

Energy 726kJ 173kcal

2.5g

Each 98g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

0.8g 12.7g 0.61g

Salt

9%

Low

4%

Low

Med

4%

Med

14%

10%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 741kJ/177kcal

Photographs: Tara Fisher. Styling: Luis Peral. Food styling: Jayne Cross

Less than 175 calories and low in fat

1 Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. Line a baking tray with nonstick baking paper. 2 Beat together the yogurt, egg and 50g of the brown sugar and set aside. 3 Sift the flour, bicarbonate of soda and cinnamon into a large bowl. Stir in the apple and add in the egg mixture, a little at a time. 4 Tip the dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead until just smooth. Roll into a rectangle and cut into 8 squares. 5 Put the squares onto the tray, spaced evenly. Brush with 1tbsp of the milk. 6 Bake for 20-25 mins, until golden brown. Leave on the tray to cool. 7 For the glaze, put the remaining sugar, milk and the vanilla into a small pan. Heat gently on a low setting until the sugar has dissolved. Turn off the heat and leave to cool. 8 When the scones are cool, drizzle with the glaze and sprinkle on the pumpkin seeds. Serve with yogurt for spreading, plus blackberries on the side.


FOOD

Tiramisu

This classic uses light and fat-free ingredients and is made without eggs to reduce the cals MAKES 6 READY IN 10 MINS, PLUS CHILLING PRICE PER SERVING 41p

● 125g light mascarpone ● 200g tub Asda Fat Free Greek Style Yogurt ● 1tbsp vanilla bean paste ● 1tbsp icing sugar ● 25ml Madeira or sherry ● 75ml strong coffee or espresso, cooled ● 12 sponge fingers ● 10g cocoa, to dust ● 15g dark chocolate, grated

1 Stir the mascarpone until soft and creamy, then mix in the yogurt and vanilla paste until combined. Sift in the icing sugar and mix well. 2 Pour the Madeira or sherry and coffee into a bowl. Break the sponge fingers in half. 3 Dip the fingers briefly into the coffee mixture,

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then gently push 2 halves down to line the bottom of a chef’s ring or serving glass. Top with 1tbsp of the yogurt mixture, then another 2 sponge finger halves and more yogurt. Repeat for the other 5 rings or glasses, then chill for at least 20 mins. 4 To serve, remove the chef’s rings, if using, dust with cocoa and top with grated chocolate. Energy 693kJ 166kcal

7.2g

Each 90g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

4.7g

Salt

8%

Med

10%

High

Low

24%

11.7g 0.07g Med

13%

1%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 770kJ/184kcal

Only 166 calories per serving

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Basted with a marinade of spices and bell peppers, this succulent chicken makes a speedy tea; £5.99

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Breaded mini fillets

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FOOD

Sweetcorn & chicken jambalaya Sweetcorn & bacon fritters

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Sweetcorn & chicken jambalaya

Sweetcorn & bacon fritters

SERVES 4 READY IN 40 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £2.14

MAKES 8 READY IN 30 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.22

1 In a large frying pan, on a medium heat, fry a 130g pack Asda Spanish Diced Chorizo and 2 chicken breasts, sliced, for 5 mins until lightly browned. 2 Add a 326g tin Asda Sweetcorn in Water, drained, 1 red onion, sliced, and 2 sticks celery, finely chopped. Fry for 5 mins until just softening. Add 2 cloves garlic, crushed, 1tsp dried thyme and 2tbsp Asda Cajun Seasoning. Cook for 2 mins. Add 1 green pepper, deseeded and sliced, 250g long-grain rice, rinsed

1 Fry a 155g pack Butcher’s Selection Unsmoked Lean Diced Bacon Pieces on a medium heat for 10 mins until crisp. Drain off any fat. 2 In a large bowl, mix the bacon with a 326g tin Asda Sweetcorn in Water, drained, 1 small courgette, chopped, 2tbsp chopped basil, 4 spring onions, chopped, 3 eggs, beaten, 100g plain flour, ½tsp cayenne pepper and 1tsp baking powder. 3 Heat 1tsp rapeseed oil in a large, nonstick frying pan on medium. Drop in 2tbsp of the mixture for

under a cold tap, 2tbsp tomato purée and a 400g tin chopped tomatoes to the pan, along with 1 reduced-salt chicken stock cube dissolved in 500ml water. Bring to a boil then simmer for 20-25 mins, stirring occasionally. 3 Fold through 160g cooked and peeled king prawns; cook for 2 mins. 4 Stir through 2tbsp chopped flat-leaf parsley and serve immediately. Energy

Each 443g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

Salt

Low

High

2,317kJ 13.7g 554kcal Med

28%

20%

4.4g 12.0g 2.84g 22%

Low

13%

47%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 523kJ/125kcal

Cayenne pepper packs a punch of spice that balances with the sweetness of the corn

each fritter. Fry for 2-3 mins each side until golden. 4 Mix 2tbsp reduced-fat soured cream with the zest 1 lemon. Cut the rest of the lemon into wedges. 5 Divide 2 tomatoes, chopped, 1 avocado, peeled, destoned and sliced, the soured cream and the lemon wedges between 4 plates. Serve with 2 fritters per person, sprinkled with basil and seasoned with pepper. Energy

Each 290g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

6.1g

6.7g 1.60g

Salt

High

Low

Med

1,626kJ 20.6g 389kcal Med

19%

29%

31%

7%

27%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 561kJ/134kcal

Zingy sweetcorn relish

Mexican-style corn muffins

MAKES 1 JAR (14 x 1tbsp servings) READY IN 25 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 17p

MAKES 12 READY IN 50 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 26p

1 Mix together 1tbsp white wine vinegar, 1tbsp caster sugar, 1 red onion, diced and 3 radishes, quartered, in a nonmetallic bowl. Set aside to pickle for 20 mins then drain the liquid. 2 Meanwhile, heat 1tsp rapeseed oil in a large pan over a high setting. Add a 326g tin Asda Sweetcorn in Water, drained. Fry for 6-8 mins to lightly char. 3 Reduce the heat, add a 4cm piece ginger, chopped, 1 green chilli, deseeded and chopped, and 2 cloves garlic, chopped. Fry for 3 mins.

1 Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6. Line a muffin tray with squares of baking paper. 2 Cook ½ head broccoli, cut into small florets, in a pan of boiling water for 2 mins. Drain and leave to cool slightly. 3 Whisk together 250g self-raising flour, ½tsp bicarbonate of soda, 80g butter, melted, 2 eggs, beaten, 200ml buttermilk, a 198g tin Asda Sweetcorn in Water, drained, 1 small red onion, chopped,"!3tbsp chopped coriander and 100g Asda Greek Feta,

Tangy, mildly spiced and chunky – dollop it on everything from burgers to jacket spuds

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4 Stir in 1 red pepper, deseeded and chopped, 1tsp cumin seeds and 1 bay leaf, then cook for 5 mins, stirring occasionally. Add 1tbsp dark muscovado sugar and cook for 5 mins until lightly caramelised. 5 Remove from the heat and discard the!"bay leaf. Stir in juice 2 limes, 25g coriander, chopped, and the pickled veg. Store in a sterilised jar in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Energy 44kJ 11kcal

0.2g

Each 15g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

0.0g

1.4g 0.00g

Salt

1%

Low

<1%

Low

Med

Low

0%

2%

0%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 293kJ/70kcal

Tasty bakes with tender veg and feta cheese – ideal for breakfast on the go

crumbled, until combined. Divide the mixture evenly between the muffin cases, then top each muffin with at least 1 jalapeño slice (drained, from a jar). 4 Bake the muffins on the middle shelf of the oven for 25-35 mins until a skewer comes out clean when inserted into the middle. Leave to cool slightly in the tin then serve warm – they’re also delicious eaten cold. Energy

Each 100g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

5.0g

2.8g 0.79g

Salt

Med

Low

Med

774kJ 8.7g 185kcal Med

9%

12%

25%

3%

13%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 774kJ/185kcal

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Chorizo brings bite to this Cajun-style dish, while the sweetcorn adds colour and texture


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Middle Eastern Mujadara

From aromatic lemon saffron chicken to a spectacular rosewater-infused pudding, the flavours of the Middle East are easy to recreate in your own kitchen

Fattoush

Lemon saffron chicken


FOOD

Baba ganoush dip

Limonana

Husband-and-wife team Itamar Srulovich and Sarit Packer opened their Middle Eastern restaurant, Honey & Co, in 2012. Itamar says: ‘Middle Eastern cuisine is all about regional and seasonal eating. Dishes are created from local and available ingredients, such as apricots in summer or artichokes in the spring. The result is a rich, diverse offering that differs from one country to the next. ‘For example, in Egypt, falafel is made with broad beans, while Palestinians make theirs with chickpeas flavoured with sesame and cinnamon. Palates differ, from the delicate spices of Lebanon to the Iraqi mix of sweet-and-sour seasonings. ‘Israeli food is a melting pot of global cuisines and cultures, so you get dishes like chicken schnitzel with a chopped salad and tahini. ‘What really brings Middle Eastern cuisine together, is a love of vegetable-based dishes, with lots of grains, pulses and warm spices, like cinnamon, coriander and cumin. It’s vibrant comfort food, ideal for sharing with friends and family. Try it for yourself with these delicious recipes from Good Living.’ Honey & Co At Home: Middle Eastern Recipes from Our Kitchen by Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich, photography by Patricia Niven, is out now ASDAGOODLIVING.CO.UK | 31


Fattoush

‘Perfect for lunch. Let the bread soak up the lemony seasoning.’ SERVES 4 READY IN 15 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.02

Baba ganoush dip

‘Made from smoked aubergine, tahini, garlic and lemon, this is ideal for feeding a crowd.’ SERVES 4 AS A STARTER READY IN 1 HR 10 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 59p

l 2 medium aubergines l 3tbsp extra virgin olive oil l 1 clove garlic, crushed l 1tbsp lemon juice l 1tbsp tahini l 1tbsp mint, chopped l 1tbsp parsley, chopped l ½tsp ground cumin l 1tbsp pomegranate seeds l 4 flatbreads, toasted to serve 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/ 180C Fan/Gas 6. 2 Prick the aubergines with a fork. Cook on a baking tray for 45 mins until the skins blister and the flesh is soft. 3 When cool, halve them lengthways and scoop out the flesh. Blitz for a few seconds with 2tbsp oil, the garlic, lemon, tahini, mint, parsley, cumin and black pepper to make a thick dip. 4 Transfer to a serving dish, drizzle over the remaining olive oil and scatter over the pomegranate seeds. Serve with the flatbreads. Energy

1 of your 5-a-day

Each 236g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

4.2g

4.5g 0.38g

Salt

Med

Low

Low

1,313kJ 15.6g 314kcal Med

16%

22%

21%

5%

6%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 556kJ/133kcal

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l 1 day-old pitta bread, torn into small pieces l 4tbsp olive oil l 2tsp Asda Sumac l ½ clove garlic, crushed l Zest 1 lemon l 2tbsp red wine vinegar l 2 Little Gem lettuces, roughly torn l 25g pack parsley, leaves only l 15g mint, leaves torn l 4 vine-ripened tomatoes, quartered

l ¼ cucumber, halved, deseeded and sliced l 4 radishes, sliced l 1 small shallot, sliced 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/Fan 180C/Gas 6. 2 Put the pitta pieces in a bowl, drizzle on 1tbsp of the oil and sprinkle over 1tsp of the sumac. Toss together, spread out on a baking tray and bake for 5-8 mins. Allow to cool.

3 For the dressing, whisk together the remaining oil and sumac, the garlic, lemon zest and vinegar. 4 Place all the remaining ingredients in a bowl with the pitta pieces. Pour over the dressing, toss together and transfer to a serving dish. Serve immediately. 1 of your 5-a-day

Energy 724kJ 173kcal

11.5g

Each 186g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

1.7g

3.9g 0.20g

Salt

9%

Med

16%

Low

Low

Low

9%

4%

3%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 389kJ/93kcal


FOOD

Limonana

Zesty sumac is used in many Middle Eastern dishes. Try it in place of lemon, sprinkled over fish or grilled vegetables

‘The ultimate thirst quencher in Israel, made with the fresh lemons and mint grown there.’ SERVES 4 READY IN 10 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 38p

l 100g white sugar l 100ml lemon juice l 15g mint leaves, plus extra sprigs to garnish l Sparkling water, to top up l Lemon slices, to garnish

Find our recipe for Mujadara, a mildly spiced lentil side, at ASDA.GL/ mujadara

Lemon saffron chicken

‘Grilling is a popular way to cook meat in the Middle East. It keeps things simple and lets the flavours speak for themselves.’ SERVES 4 READY IN 1 HR, PLUS MARINATING PRICE PER SERVING £1.20

l 8 pieces chicken (a mix of thighs and drumsticks) l 1 large onion, sliced l ¼tsp saffron, steeped in 3tbsp boiling water l 1tbsp turmeric l 3 cardamom pods, cracked l 1 cinnamon stick l 4 cloves garlic, crushed l 2 bay leaves l Juice and zest 1 lemon l ½tsp chilli flakes l 2tbsp rapeseed oil l Lemon wedges, to serve

1 Make 2 or 3 cuts in each piece of chicken. Place all the ingredients in a large bowl. Toss together, cover and chill in the fridge for at least 3 hours, or ideally overnight, to marinate. 2 Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6. 3 Transfer the chicken and marinade into a large roasting dish and spread out in one layer. Cover tightly in aluminium foil and bake for 30 mins. 4 Preheat a griddle pan to medium. Remove the chicken from the oven. Reserve the onion and any juices from the tin and keep warm. Grill the chicken for 4-5 mins each side until starting to char. Serve with the onion and pan juices spooned over and the lemon wedges on the side. Energy

Each 227g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

2.7g

2.7g 0.30g

Salt

Low

Low

Low

1,159kJ 13.6g 277kcal Med

14%

19%

14%

3%

1 Put the sugar in a pan with 100ml water, bring to the boil and simmer for 3 mins or until the sugar dissolves. Remove from the heat, stir through the lemon juice and allow to cool completely. 2 Put the syrup in a blender with the mint and plenty of ice. Blitz to a slush, divide between 4 tall glasses and top up with sparkling water. Garnish with the mint sprigs and lemon slices to serve. Energy 424kJ 101kcal

0.0g

Each 225g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

0.0g 24.8g 0.00g

Salt

5%

Low

0%

Low

Low

0%

High

28%

0%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 188kJ/45kcal

5%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 510kJ/122kcal

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‘Traditionally, there aren’t many desserts served in the Middle East, but this dish makes the most of beautiful flavourings like rosewater and pistachio.’ SERVES 12 READY IN 1 HR 20 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 51p

l 4 medium egg whites l 225g caster sugar l 1tsp cornflour l 1tsp white wine vinegar l 50g pistachios, very finely chopped, plus extra, roughly chopped, to decorate l 200g strawberries, hulled and chopped l 200g raspberries l 2tbsp icing sugar l ½tsp rosewater l 300g whipping cream

l 1tbsp Asda Rose Petals, to decorate 1 Preheat the oven to 160C/140C Fan/Gas 3. Line a large baking sheet with baking paper. 2 Beat the egg whites with an electric hand-whisk until stiff peaks form. Slowly add the sugar, 1tbsp at a time, whisking continuously, until all of it is used and the peaks are stiff and shiny.

Whisk in the cornflour and vinegar, then fold in the finely chopped pistachios with a large metal spoon to create green swirls. 3 Spoon the mixture onto the baking sheet. Spread out without flattening to create a circle about 23cm in diameter and create peaks with a fork. Bake for 1 hr then switch off the oven, open the door and allow the meringue to cool.

4 Put the berries, icing sugar and rosewater in a bowl then toss together. 5 Lightly whip the cream until it forms soft peaks. 6 Build your pavlova just before serving. Spoon the whipped cream into the centre of the meringue and top with the berries and any juices. Scatter with the rose petals and roughly chopped pistachios to decorate, then serve immediately. Energy

Each 97g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

Salt

High

Low

954kJ 12.6g 228kcal Med

11%

18%

6.7g 23.3g 0.07g 34%

High

26%

1%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 983kJ/235kcal

Find Honey & Co’s recipe for Chicken in Plums & Sweet Spice at ASDA.GL/ plumchicken

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Pistachio pavlova with rosewater berries


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Pineapple cottage cheese pancakes MAKES 18 READY IN 30 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 16p

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l 300g Asda Fat Free Cottage Cheese with Pineapple, plus extra to serve l 3 medium eggs l 40g porridge oats l 1tsp vanilla extract l 175g plain flour, sifted l 1tsp baking powder l 1tbsp rapeseed oil l 150g fresh berries l 4tbsp maple syrup l Mint leaves, to garnish

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Asda Fat Free Cottage Cheese with Onion & Chive, 85p (300g; 28p/100g)

1 Blitz the cottage cheese with the eggs, oats and vanilla in a processor. Put in a bowl and stir in the flour and baking powder. 2 Heat a little of the oil in a nonstick frying pan. Add 2tbsp batter per pancake and cook on a medium heat for 2-3 mins each side. Keep warm. Repeat with the remaining batter. 3 Serve the pancakes on a platter, topped with the berries, maple syrup and mint and with the pineapple cottage cheese on the side. Energy 341kJ 82kcal

1.9g

Each 51g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

0.4g

2.4g 0.13g

Salt

4%

Med

3%

Low

Low

Low

2%

3%

2%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 669kJ/160kcal

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Say cheese!

Pre-sliced or grated, our versatile British cheese can transform sandwiches and pasta into mealtime masterpieces in a flash

This classic toasted sarnie is extra easy with ready-sliced cheese MAKES 1 READY IN 15 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.07

l 50g Grower’s Selection Vine Ripened Cherry Tomatoes l 1tsp rapeseed oil l 1 sprig thyme l ½tsp Marmite l 2 slices Extra Special Sourdough Boule l 2tsp Extra Special Caramelised Onion Chutney l 1 slice Asda 30% Less Fat Mild

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Sliced British Cheese l Handful spinach 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6. Put the tomatoes on a baking tray and roast for 10 mins until bursting. Set aside. 2 Put the rapeseed oil and thyme sprig in a nonstick frying pan and heat over a medium setting.

3 Spread the Marmite on one slice of the bread and the chutney on the other. Top the chutney with the cheese. Add the spinach and sandwich the slices together. 4 Put the sandwich in the frying pan with the thyme. Cook for 2-3 mins on each side, until browned. Rest for 2 mins before cutting in half and serving with the tomatoes. Energy

Each 216g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

Salt

Med

Med

1,735kJ 12.3g 415kcal Med

21%

18%

4.8g 10.4g 1.79g 24%

Low

12%

30%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 803kJ/192kcal

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Mac & cheese

Grated cheese and breadcrumbs make a tasty topping SERVES 2 READY IN 35 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 62p

l 200g dried macaroni l 100g broccoli florets, chopped into small pieces l 15g unsalted butter l 1 clove garlic, crushed l 15g plain flour l 1tsp coarse-grain mustard l 200ml semi-skimmed milk l 60g Asda 30% Less Fat Mild Grated British Cheese l 15g fresh breadcrumbs l 1tbsp chopped thyme 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/180C Fan/Gas 6. 2 Cook the macaroni in boiling water until almost tender. Add the broccoli and cook for 2 mins. Drain well. 3 Melt the butter in a pan, add the garlic and cook for 2 mins. Stir in the flour

and cook for 1 min, stirring constantly, until browned. 4 Add the mustard and slowly whisk in the milk. Heat until thickened. Season with black pepper. 5 Turn off the heat and stir in 50g of the cheese, the macaroni and broccoli. Divide between 2 small ovenproof pans or baking dishes. 6 Mix the breadcrumbs and remaining cheese together and sprinkle over the macaroni. Bake for 15-20 mins until golden brown and bubbling. Sprinkle with black pepper and the thyme to serve. Energy

Each 445g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

9.8g

8.5g 0.80g

Salt

High

Low

Low

2,700kJ 16.9g 645kcal Med

32%

24%

49%

9%

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13%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 607kJ/145kcal

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Easier from the freezer! Using frozen veg, herbs and spices is a genius way to ramp up the flavours and cut down on prep on all your midweek meals

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Asian inspiration

Cod & sweet potato Thai curry

Curry in a hurry cooked from scratch? Believe it â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the frozen cod and sweet potatoes can be used straight from the freezer and the frozen ginger and Thai herbs are bursting with flavour SERVES 4 READY IN 30 MINS

l 2tsp rapeseed oil l 100g Frozen for Freshness Diced Onions l 1tsp frozen Scratch Cook Chopped Ginger l 2tbsp frozen Scratch Cook Thai Herb Blend l 4 Cook from Frozen Cod Fillets l 200g frozen Scratch Cook Sweet Potato Chunks l 1 reduced-salt vegetable stock cube, made up

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with 200ml water l 130g baby corn, halved l 100g frozen peas l 400ml reduced-fat coconut milk l 1tbsp fish sauce l Juice 1 lime, plus wedges to serve l 10g coriander, torn (optional) 1 Heat the rapeseed oil in a deep frying pan and cook the diced onion over

a medium heat for 5 mins. Add the ginger and Thai herb blend and cook for a further 2 mins. 2 Put the frozen cod fillets and frozen sweet potato chunks in a pan. Pour over the vegetable stock and bring to a simmer. Cook for 10 mins. 3 Add the baby corn, frozen peas, coconut milk and fish sauce and bring back to a simmer. Cover

and reduce the heat until barely simmering and cook for 15 mins, or until the fish is cooked through and the sweet potato is tender. 4 Stir in the lime juice and sprinkle with coriander, if using, before spooning into bowls. Serve with lime wedges on the side. Energy

Each 393g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

6.7g

7.1g 0.98g

Salt

High

Low

Low

1,085kJ 10.6g 259kcal Low

13%

15%

34%

8%

16%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 276kJ/66kcal

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Beef & mixed pepper goulash

A Hungarian-style stew flavoured with frozen peppers â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with quick frozen vegetable rice on the side SERVES 6 READY IN 1 HR 20 MINS

l 1tbsp rapeseed oil l 200g Frozen for Freshness Diced Onions l 1tbsp frozen Scratch Cook Chopped Garlic l 450g Simply Cook from Frozen Diced Beef l 1tbsp smoked paprika l 300g frozen Scratch Cook Sliced Mixed Peppers l 400g tin chopped tomatoes

l 2 reduced-salt beef stock cubes, made up with 500ml water l 400g frozen Asda Steam Bags Green Vegetable Rice with Herb Butter, to serve l 100ml Asda 50% Less Fat Fresh Soured Cream l 15g flat-leaf parsley, roughly chopped (optional)

1 Heat the oil in a large pan on a medium setting. Cook the onions for 6-8 mins until starting to colour. Add the frozen garlic and the beef then cook, stirring, for 10 mins or until browned. 2 Add the paprika and frozen peppers and season with black pepper. Stir in the tomatoes and stock, then bring to a simmer.

Cover and cook on a medium heat for 45 mins. 3 After about 35 mins, microwave-cook the frozen vegetable rice according to the pack instructions. 4 Serve the goulash and rice topped with the soured cream and parsley, if using. Energy

Each 403g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

3.6g

8.1g 0.81g

Salt

Low

Low

Low

1,096kJ 8.9g 262kcal Low

1

13%

of your 5-a-day

13%

18%

9%

14%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 272kJ/65kcal

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Butternut squash & spinach lasagne

The frozen herb mix adds classic Italian flavours SERVES 6 READY IN 1 HR 10 MINS

74p per serving

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Colcannon cakes with poached egg

Using frozen mash and kale saves so much time and fuss – plus, you can measure out the exact amount required, so it’s a zero-waste winner, too SERVES 4 READY IN 40 MINS

l 400g frozen Asda Smooth Mashed Potato l 200g frozen Scratch Cook Kale, thawed and drained l 3 spring onions, sliced, with 1 reserved, to serve l 1tbsp frozen Scratch Cook Chopped Parsley l 20g plain flour l 5 medium eggs l 2tbsp rapeseed oil l 1tsp white wine vinegar l 160g Grower’s Selection Sugarsnap Peas, to serve 1 Cook the mash according to the pack instructions. 2 In a large bowl, mix the mash, kale, 2 of the spring onions and the parsley. Add the flour and season with black pepper. 3 Beat 1 of the eggs and stir into the potato mixture. Divide into 8 and shape into cakes by hand. 4 Working in batches, heat some of the oil in a large

nonstick frying pan and cook the cakes for 3 mins on each side, turning once, or until golden brown and piping hot in the middle. 5 Bring a pan of water to the boil and add the vinegar. Turn the heat down until the water is barely simmering, and swirl the pan. Crack the remaining eggs, one at a time, into the centre of the pan, swirling gently each time. Cook for 2-3 mins, or until the eggs rise to the surface. Drain with a slotted spoon. 6 Cook the peas according to the pack instructions. 7 To serve, stack 2 cakes on each plate and top with a poached egg. Scatter with the reserved spring onion and serve with the peas. Energy

1 of your 5-a-day

Each 289g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

2.3g

2.9g 0.35g

Salt

Low

Low

Low

1,185kJ 15.9g 283kcal Med

14%

23%

12%

3%

l 700g bag frozen Scratch Cook Butternut Squash Chunks l 1tbsp rapeseed oil l 125g Frozen for Freshness Diced Onions l 1tsp frozen Scratch Cook Chopped Garlic l 30g unsalted butter l 50g plain flour l 500ml semi-skimmed milk l ¼tsp ground nutmeg l 300g frozen spinach, thawed and drained l 2tbsp frozen Scratch Cook Italian Herb Mix l 175g ricotta cheese l 180g lasagne sheets l 90g bag Asda Mixed Baby Leaf Salad 1 Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. 2 Cook the frozen squash in boiling water for 6-8 mins. Drain and set aside. 3 Heat the oil on a medium setting and cook the onion for 6 mins. Add the garlic

and cook for 2 mins. Add the squash and set aside. 4 Melt the butter in a pan and stir in the flour. Cook for 2 mins until golden, stirring constantly. Whisk in the milk. Season with black pepper and the nutmeg. Bring to a simmer, reduce the heat and cook for 5 mins, stirring regularly. Reserve 2 ladles of the sauce to top. 5 Stir the spinach, herb mix and half the ricotta into the rest of the sauce. 6 Layer the lasagne in a 30cm x 20cm dish with the squash mixture and spinach sauce. Top with the reserved sauce and the rest of the ricotta. 7 Cover with foil and bake for 40-45 mins, removing the foil for the last 10 mins, until brown and bubbling. 8 Serve with the salad. Energy

2

Each 361g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

Salt

Med

Low

1,435kJ 11.6g 343kcal Med

of your 5-a-day

17%

17%

5.8g 11.6g 0.22g 29%

Low

13%

4%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 397kJ/95kcal

79p per serving

6%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 410kJ/98kcal

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£1.11

Fam ily favourite

Chicken enchiladas

This Mexican-style dish uses frozen, pre-sliced onion and pepper, so there’s no peeling or chopping – it couldn’t be easier! MAKES 4 READY IN 1 HR

l 1tbsp rapeseed oil l 1tsp frozen Scratch Cook Chopped Garlic l 1tsp ground cumin l 1tsp smoked paprika l 2tbsp frozen Scratch Cook Chopped Coriander l 500g passata l 400g Simply Cook from Frozen Diced Chicken Breast

l 100g frozen Scratch Cook Sliced Red Onion l 150g frozen Scratch Cook Sliced Mixed Peppers l 20g pickled jalapeños, roughly chopped (optional) l 4 Asda Mexican Style Corn Tortillas l 40g Asda 30% Less Fat Mature Grated British Cheese

1 Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. 2 Heat half the oil in a small pan and cook the garlic for 2 mins over a low heat. Add the cumin, paprika, frozen coriander, passata and 100ml water. Season with black pepper and stir well. Bring to a simmer then cook for 10 mins. Set aside. 3 Meanwhile, heat the rest of the oil in a pan and cook the chicken for 5-6 mins until browned. Add the frozen onion and peppers and cook for

5 mins, stirring occasionally, or until thawed. Add the jalapeños, if using, and stir in half the tomato sauce. 4 Spoon the filling into the tortillas and roll them up. Put them seam-side down in a baking dish and pour over the rest of the sauce. Sprinkle with the cheese and bake for 20-25 mins until golden. 5 Serve 1 enchilada per person. Energy

2 of your 5-a-day

Each 346g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

2.4g

9.0g 1.04g

Salt

Low

Low

Low

1,433kJ 8.7g 343kcal Low

17%

12%

12%

10%

17%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 414kJ/99cal

Use pre-prepped herbs and spices for no hassle and no mess...

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Scratch Cook Italian Herb Mix, £1.50 (60g; £2.50/100g)

Scratch Cook Chopped Coriander, £1.50 (75g; £2/100g)

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FOOD

FUEL

Pack the kids off with a tasty, balanced lunch every day of the week – here’s some inspo to get you started…

FOR

SCHOOL

Pack the kids off with a tasty, balanced lunch every day of the week – here’s some inspo to get you started…

You can Use this meatball mixture to make mini meatloaves in a muffin tin. Batch-cook and freeze!

Mini meatballs in pitta breads SERVES 2 READY IN 25 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.13

1 Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. Line a baking tray with baking paper. 2 Fry 1 shallot, chopped, in 1tsp rapeseed oil over a low heat for 4-5 mins until soft. 3 Put the shallot into a bowl. Mix with 150g lean turkey mince, 20g fresh wholemeal breadcrumbs,

1tsp dried oregano, 1tsp Worcestershire sauce and 1tbsp tomato ketchup. Roll into 8 mini meatballs, put on the lined baking tray and cook for 15 mins. Allow to cool. 4 Shred 8 Little Gem leaves. Halve 2 wholemeal pitta breads and fill each of the half-pockets with ¼ of the

lettuce leaves, 2tbsp Asda Lighter than Light Mayonnaise, 4 cucumber slices and 2 meatballs. Pack with 6 cherry tomatoes per person (halved for younger kids). Energy

1 of your 5-a-day

Each 291g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

2.0g

8.1g 1.66g

Salt

Low

Low

Med

1,558kJ 9.6g 372kcal Med

19%

14%

10%

9%

28%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 536kJ/128kcal

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Tzatziki dip with carrots

1 Cut ¼ cucumber in half lengthways, then deseed and grate coarsely. Squeeze out any excess liquid with your hands. 2 Mix with 5g mint leaves, finely chopped, 125g Fage Total Fat Free Greek Yogurt and ¼tsp frozen crushed garlic (optional). Season with black pepper. 3 Cut 1 carrot into batons. 4 Divide the dip between 2 lidded pots. Pack each with half the carrot batons, to dip. 1 of your 5-a-day

Red bean burgers MAKES 2 READY IN 25 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.13

1 Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. Line a baking tray with baking paper. 2 Fry 25g carrots, grated, in 1tsp rapeseed oil on low for 3 mins. Put in a large bowl with 20g breadcrumbs, 1tsp dried oregano, ½tsp mild chilli powder and 2tbsp tomato ketchup. 3 Rinse, drain and mash a 210g tin Asda Red Kidney Beans in Water. Mix well with the other ingredients. 4 Shape into 2 patties, put on the lined tray and brush with 1tsp rapeseed oil. Bake 50 | ASDA.COM/GROCERIES

for 15 mins; allow to cool. 5 Mash 1 avocado, flesh only, with 2tsp lime juice. 6 Split 2 Asda Wholemeal Flour Dusted Sliced Rolls and fill each one with 1tbsp light mayonnaise, 1 Little Gem lettuce leaf, shredded, 1 bean burger and half the mashed avocado. 7 Cut ½ red pepper and ½ stick celery into batons. 8 Pack 1 burger and ½ of the batons per person. Energy

2 of your 5-a-day

Each 317g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

4.4g

9.8g 1.27g

Salt

Low

Low

Med

2,096kJ 21.2g 501kcal High

25%

30%

22%

11%

21%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 661kJ/158kcal

Energy 266kJ 64kcal

0.5g

Each 155g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

0.0g

6.2g 0.09g

Salt

3%

Low

1%

Low

Low

Low

0%

7%

2%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 172kJ/41kcal

Photographs: Jonathan Kennedy. Styling: Rob Merrett. Food styling: Lorna Brash

SERVES 2 READY IN 5 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 50p


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Baked sweet potato crisps SERVES 2 READY IN 20 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 8p

For older kids, use this to make a burrito - Add salad leaves and salsa to make it more substantial

1 Preheat the oven to 160C/140C Fan/Gas 3. 2 Peel 1 small sweet potato and slice very thinly (use a mandolin, if you have one). Arrange several slices in a single layer on a double thickness of kitchen roll. Cover with more kitchen roll and press to absorb moisture. Repeat with Baking the rest of the slices. your own 3 Toss in 1tsp crisps is a fun rapeseed oil and way to use up an bake in a single odd piece of veg or fruit – pears, layer on a tray for carrots or 15 mins until the parsnips work edges start to turn well, too brown, then move to a wire rack to cool and turn crispy. Divide between 2 airtight boxes. Energy 337kJ 81kcal

1.7g

Each 72g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

0.1g

3.8g 0.07g

Salt

4%

Low

2%

Low

Med

Low

1%

4%

1%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 469kJ/112kcal

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Coronation chicken with mango dip SERVES 2 READY IN 25 MINS, PLUS MARINATING PRICE PER SERVING £1.30

1 Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. Line a baking tray with baking paper. 2 Put 50g low-fat natural yogurt, 1tsp Asda Mild Curry Powder, 1tsp lemon juice and 1tsp sweet chilli sauce in a small dish. Add 200g chicken breast fillet, sliced, and stir to coat. Cover and chill for at least 30 mins. 3 Remove the chicken from the marinade, shaking off any excess. Arrange on the baking tray, leaving a gap between each piece. Bake

for 15-20 mins until cooked through. Allow to cool. Add ½ green pepper and ½ red pepper, sliced, to the chicken. 4 Blitz ½ mango, peeled, and destoned into chunks with 1tbsp orange juice and 1tsp sweet chilli sauce. 5 Pack half the chicken and pepper slices per person, along with half the chutney in a separate pot, and 1 rice cake. Energy

1 of your 5-a-day

Each 295g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

Salt

Low

Low

1,061kJ 2.4g 254kcal Low

13%

3%

0.6g 15.6g 0.38g 3%

Med

17%

6%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 360kJ/86kcal

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These tacos take the humble fish finger sarnie to the next level. Bake a couple of fish fingers per person and serve in a tortilla wrap with shredded Baby Gem lettuce, halved cherry tomatoes and diced avocado. Garnish with torn coriander.

Asda 16 Cod Fish Fingers, £2.20 (480g; £4.58/kg)

Quick & freezy

Heroes from our frozen aisle help turn simple school-night suppers into crowd-pleasers Give family-fave fish and chips a healthier twist with oven-baked chips from the freezer. Serve with cod fillet pan-fried in a splash of oil with fresh green herbs and chunky mushy peas. Find the recipe for these at ASDA.GL/mushypeas

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Stock up on food you can cook from frozen. When the kids turn up with friends in tow you’ll be able to feed a crowd in minutes! Tuck in to succulent bites of chicken breast, baked in a crunchy coating. Delish served with watercress, spinach and rocket salad, halved cherry tomatoes, sliced cucumber, a dressing of Greek-style yogurt and sweet chilli sauce, and sweet potato wedges. Find the recipe for these at ASDA.GL/ sweetpotatowedges

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FOOD

Eat well, live well, feel great

You know that exercise is good for you, but how do you keep your body fully charged? Joe Wicks shares his feel-good tips and recipes

W

hether you’re a workout novice or an expert, your body needs the right fuel before and after exercise. Joe Wicks, aka The Body Coach, offers his tips – and some tasty recipes – so you can boss it… ‘Forget long workouts,’ says Joe, ‘and go for short sessions of 15 minutes of exercise a day, four or five times a week. It’s manageable, easy to fit into your day and it will give you a great energy boost. ‘Fuelling your body correctly is the real key to success. After each workout, you need a meal with carbs. And on non-workout days, make sure you get plenty of protein. ‘For me to feel motivated, I need a date to work towards – whether it’s for a big event or a holiday. Set yourself a goal and take regular progress photos – these are more helpful than standing on the scales. ‘It’s fine to have “treat” days, but balance them out with days of exercise and nutritious meals.’ Joe’s new book, 30-Minute Meals, has all the recipe inspiration you need for fuelling yourself before and after a workout.

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Goat’s cheese & chorizo ‘muffins’

Lower in carbs than normal muffins, these are perfect for non-exercise days MAKES 12 READY IN 30 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 36p l 2tsp coconut oil l 125g chorizo, cut into

5mm pieces

l 100g frozen peas l 75g soft goat’s cheese l 8 eggs l 125g roasted red peppers

from a jar, drained and cut into 3cm strips l 4 spring onions, sliced

1 Preheat the oven to 190C/170C Fan/Gas 5. 2 Heat the coconut oil in a small frying pan over a medium heat and add the chorizo. Fry for 3-4 mins until cooked through, then set aside. 3 Tip the peas into a bowl, cover with boiling water and leave to sit for 1 min. Drain and set aside. 4 Tip the goat’s cheese into a bowl, crack in 2 of the eggs and season with black pepper. Whisk until fully combined. Whisk in the remaining eggs, then stir in the chorizo and any of its cooking oil, the peas, red peppers and spring onions. Mix well. 5 Divide between the 12 holes of a muffin tin, then bake for 15 mins. Remove from the oven and leave to cool before serving. Energy 546kJ 130kcal

9.6g

Each 80g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

3.9g

0.9g 0.68g

Salt

7%

Med

14%

Med

Low

Med

20%

1%

11%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 682kJ/163kcal

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ON THE GO

‘These “muffins” contain protein, so they’re a great start to the day on mornings when you haven’t worked out. Also, having tasty snacks like these to hand means you won’t be caught out when you’re starving, and you’re less likely to reach for a pre-packed sandwich.’


FOOD

Chicken & mushroom risotto The ideal dish to eat after a workout, with nutty porcini mushrooms SERVES 4 READY IN 30 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.57 l 12g dried porcini

Photographs: Maja Smend

mushrooms l 1tbsp coconut oil l 1 large leek, trimmed and finely chopped l 5 sprigs thyme, leaves picked l 2 chicken stock cubes, made up to 750ml with boiling water l 400g skinless, boneless chicken thighs, cut into 2cm pieces l 300g mushrooms, brushed clean and roughly chopped into 2cm chunks l 225g arborio rice l Small bunch parsley, roughly chopped l Small bunch chives, finely chopped l Juice 1 lemon 1 Cover the dried porcini mushrooms generously with boiling water and set aside to soak. 2 Heat ½ of the coconut oil in a pan over a medium to high heat and add the leek and thyme. Stir and cook for 2 mins, then cover and leave for 2 mins. 3 Remove the lid and turn the heat to maximum. Add the chicken and ⅓ of the chopped fresh mushrooms. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 2 mins. Add the rice and stir to combine. 4 Drain the soaked mushrooms, reserving 150ml of the liquid. Add this to the pan with the mushrooms and let it bubble up. 5 For the next 20 mins, add the stock to the rice

a ladleful at a time, stirring constantly. Don’t add too much each time, or you will lower the heat, which increases cooking time. After 20 mins, all the stock should be incorporated and the rice should be just soft to the bite. 6 Cover with a lid and rest the risotto for 2 mins. 7 Meanwhile, melt the rest of the oil in a large frying pan over a high heat. Add the remaining mushrooms and fry for 1 min, without turning, to caramelise. 8 Add to the risotto with the parsley, chives and lemon juice. Stir, season with black pepper and serve. Energy

1 of your 5-a-day

Each 318g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

3.5g

1.9g 1.46g

Salt

Low

Low

Med

1,597kJ 7.3g 382kcal Low

19%

10%

18%

2%

CARB IT UP

‘One of the biggest mistakes people make is exercising and then just eating a small salad. After working out, you need carbs. This delicious risotto is ideal for a post-workout lunch or dinner.’

24%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 502kJ/120kcal

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Spinach, ricotta & asparagus gnocchi

Midweek miracles Whip up one of these delicious family dinnersâ&#x20AC;Ś all at less than 400 cals per serving!

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Brazilian-style fish stew

Salmon and beetroot falafel


FOOD

JUS T TAKE 5 Delicious dishes that are low on fuss, high in flavour – and all made with just five ingredients

1

2

Bengal king prawn curry

Juicy king prawns plus aromatic coconut flavours SERVES 2 READY IN 20 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.85

● 2 red onions, sliced ● 25g pack coriander, stalks and leaves separated and roughly chopped ● 1tbsp mild curry paste

● 2tbsp desiccated coconut ● 160g Asda Cooked & Peeled King Prawns STORE CUPBOARD ● 1tbsp rapeseed oil

3

4

1 Heat the oil in a large frying pan. Add the onions and coriander stalks and fry over a medium heat for 5 mins until golden. Add the curry paste and fry for 1 min more. 2 Add 100ml boiling water to the pan and stir to combine. Simmer for 10 mins until thickened. Stir

5

through the desiccated coconut and remove from the heat. 3 Stir through the king prawns, sprinkle with the coriander leaves and serve immediately. Energy

Each 270g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

Salt

High

Med

1,175kJ 17.0g 281kcal Med

14%

24%

8.6g 10.3g 1.51g 43%

Low

11%

25%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 435kJ/104kcal

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Broccoli & goat’s cheese frittata Sun-dried tomatoes and spicy chorizo add bite to this cheesy dish bursting with broccoli SERVES 6 READY IN 40 MINS PRICE PER SERVING 55p

● 100g Asda Spanish Chorizo Sausage, skin removed and sausage diced ● ½ head Grower’s Selection Broccoli, stalk roughly chopped and

florets cut into bite-sized pieces ● 6 Asda Sun-dried Tomatoes (from a jar), roughly chopped ● 6 eggs, beaten ● 60g Asda Soft Goat’s Cheese, crumbled

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1 Preheat the oven to 200C/180C/Gas 6. 2 Heat a nonstick frying pan over a high heat and add the chorizo. Fry for 5 mins until cooked through. 3 Bring a pan of water to the boil. Simmer the chopped broccoli stalk for 1 min. Add the broccoli florets and simmer for 1 min more, then drain. 4 Mix together the broccoli stalks and florets, the

4

5

tomatoes and eggs. Season with black pepper. Pour into an ovenproof nonstick frying pan and scatter over the goat’s cheese and chorizo. 5 Bake on the middle shelf for 20-25 mins until golden and firm to the touch. Serve hot or cold. Energy 946kJ 226kcal

11%

Each 119g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

16.7g 5.8g Med

24%

Med

29%

Salt

3.0g

1.31g

Low

Med

3%

22%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 795kJ/190kcal

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1

Roasted peach smash toast Honey-roasting this late summer fruit makes it extra sweet and even juicier! SERVES 4 READY IN 35 MINS PRICE PER SERVING £1.17

● 4 peaches, stoned and sliced ● 2tbsp clear honey ● 1 Extra Special Ciabatta, cut into 8 slices

● 4tbsp Asda 50% Less Fat Crème Fraîche ● 150g Grower’s Selection Raspberries

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4

1 Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. 2 Place the peach slices on a large piece of foil with 2tbsp water and the honey. Wrap into a parcel and roast in the oven for 25-30 mins until softened. 3 Heat a griddle pan and toast the ciabatta slices for 1-2 mins on each side until

5

visible char lines appear. Spread with the crème fraîche and top with the roasted peaches and raspberries. Drizzle with the cooking juices and serve 2 slices per person. Energy

1 of your 5-a-day

Each 280g serving contains Fat Saturates Sugars

Salt

Low

Low

1,312kJ 5.0g 314kcal Low

16%

7%

2.0g 22.1g 0.62g 10%

Med

25%

10%

of your reference intake Typical energy values per 100g: 469kJ/112kcal

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Ask the expert

MONEY SPECIAL

This month, our money expert Ricky Willis, the blogger behind skintdad.co.uk, answers your burning financial questions…

BUDGETING

‘Any tips for how to manage my money better?’ Get to grips Start by working out what your current financial situation is. Whether you like using pen and paper, or prefer an app to do it for you (try Money Dashboard*), you need to be honest about your spending and budget, right down to the change in your pocket. The Budget Planner at moneyadviceservice.org.uk is great as it breaks down your finances into graphs to help show your overspending. Take charge If you struggle to stick to a budget, try using an app like Monzo*. It’s connected to a card, which can be topped up easily via the app. So you could pop £100 or so on there as your ‘spending money’, to buy that dress you want or gift you need to get, and track your spending as you go. Plus, there’s no overdraft so when your limit is up, it’s up! Save for a rainy day Plan ahead now for those out-of-the-blue expenses, like the boiler breaking down. Set up a direct debit to pop a portion of your pay into your savings each month, ideally a few days after your rent or mortgage and bills payments have gone through, so you have funds to fall back on.

SHOPPING

This month’s big question

‘How can I make savings on my grocery shop?’ Plan of attack Before you do your next big shop, take stock of what is already in your cupboards, fridge and freezer. Then, create a detailed meal plan that makes the most of using it up. Work out what you’ll eat for every meal over the next two weeks and write a shopping list based on those dishes only. This way, you’ll make sure you buy only what you need with no waste – and you won’t end up forking out for a takeaway because the fridge is empty. Finally, avoid shopping if you’re hungry or have the kids in tow, as either can make it harder to resist impulse buys! Shop smarter There are other ways to shop and save, too. Frozen veg often costs less than fresh and won’t go limp

and soggy in the fridge before you have a chance to use it for another meal. Own-brand groceries may be cheaper than branded products, too, so give them a go. Test a few items over a week, from cereals to loo cleaner, to see if you could save money by switching long term. Buying larger packs of products that won’t go off quickly may also be better value in the long run. The dating game Knowing the difference between ‘use by’ and ‘best before’ dates is essential. You should always eat food before its ‘use by’ date**, but ‘best before’ is about quality rather than safety. Food is still OK to eat after its ‘best before’ date, but its flavour or texture might not be at its peak. You can often get around this with savvy cooking or serving.

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CHRISTMAS IS COMING…

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‘…so when should I start saving for it?’

‘How can I save money on childcare costs?’ Free and easy If you have a child who is three or four*, it’s worth looking into free ‘early learning’ classes available in your area. In England**, all parents can claim 15 hours of free childcare a week (to be spread over at least three days), for at least 38 weeks a year. Working parents may be able to claim up to 30 hours. These are offered at a range of places, such as preschools, childminders, nurseries and Sure Start Children’s Centres. Ask childcare providers in your area about availability, or contact your local council. Visit childcarechoices.gov.uk for more information. Help with care The Tax-Free Childcare scheme, backed by the government, launched in April 2017 and gives eligible families extra help towards childcare costs for children 74 | ASDA.COM

up to and including the age of 11. So, for every £8 you put towards it, the government will add another £2. You can use the scheme to pay for up to £10,000 of childcare per child each year, so you could potentially receive an extra £2,000 per child. And, unlike childcare vouchers (see below), this scheme is available to self-employed parents, too†. Voucher for it Check if your employer offers childcare vouchers in exchange for salary sacrifice. Under this arrangement, you can take up to £55†† of your wages a week as childcare vouchers (the £55 will be exempt from tax or National Insurance). The vouchers can be used to contribute towards approved childcare costs including nurseries, childminders and Ofsted-registered clubs. You can only claim Tax-Free Childcare or childcare vouchers (not both), so it’s worth checking which is better for you using the online calculator at tax-free-childcare.info.

Save, don’t splurge Rather than popping your cash into a savings account with a low interest rate, why not pick up an Asda Christmas Savings Card from the checkout? Then, every time you shop in store, you can top it up – perhaps just by rounding up your shopping bill. It’s surprising how easily little amounts all add up. Save £49 or more by Sunday 18 November 2018, and you’ll also get a bonus of between £1 and £6, depending on how much you’ve saved (to a maximum of £144).

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Appy Xmas! The sooner you start, the more time you have to spread the cost, rather than paying for it all at once in December (or repaying it all in January). Make a list and figure out who you need to shop for and what they’d like, then look out for offers in the months before the big day. Of course, you will need to stick to your list to avoid overspending, but an app, such as Manage Christmas, free††† on iTunes, can help to keep you on track.


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Style Good jeans This season, it’s time to celebrate the power of denim Live in your jeans? Yep, us too. Why? Because this style staple is the go-to for comfort and instant chic. And if you get ones that fit in all the right places, they can make you feel fiercely confident. The good news is, George has denim that ticks all the boxes. Whatever your shape or style, we believe you should feel incredible in your jeans. Turn the page to see five women who are working George’s new denim collection. Jeans for every shape? Yeah, you can thank us later.

Jeans, 8-22, £10; jacket, 8-24, £20

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Aam ito ‘High-waist jeans make my legs look longer’ THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT Aamito wears the Paperbag Jeans. She says: ‘I own lots of denim. It’s definitely a wardrobe staple of mine because it’s super comfy and one of the few fabrics you can wear all year round. I also love the way denim accentuates my long legs. With a high-waisted pair like this style, it makes them look even longer. I grew up in Uganda and was raised with lots of male cousins, so I’d always be wearing their bigger, baggier and longer jeans. Even today I love relaxed-fit jeans. The ones I’m wearing feel stylish and they outline my silhouette without giving too much away. They give me confidence. Even with trainers, they’d still look cute.’ Aamito wears: jeans, 8-18, £16; jumper, S-XL, £14; boots*, 3-9, £15. Zahra wears: jeans, 8-20, £14; coat, 8-24, £25; top, 8-24, £14 80 | GEORGE.COM

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‘My love for denim goes back to the 1990s’ IN GOOD SHAPE Zahra wears the Boyfriend Cut. She says: ‘In the 1990s I had a Barbie denim jacket and matching bootcut jeans – and I loved that co-ord. My style and figure have changed a lot since then. I have big hips and a small waist, and I’m proud of my pear shape. It can be hard to find the perfect fit, but these boyfriend jeans make me feel amazing. They have the perfect amount of elasticity, yet they show off my waist. It’s a double win. And the rips are right up my street, too. To style these jeans, I really like putting on a pair of heels. The end result is sophisticated!’

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‘If I find jeans I love, I tend to buy three pairs’ SHORT & SWEET Georgie wears the Original Skinny Blue. She says: ‘When you find the right pair of jeans, you’re on top of the world. And I like how jeans can make you look sexy without even trying. In jeans I feel powerful, but the problem lies with finding the perfect fit. I have a small frame, so when I find a great pair, I tend to buy three. As a teen, I used to wear skinny jeans all the time so I have loads of them. Now I wear my denim with T-shirts or a vintage blouse to give it a cool 1970s vibe.’

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Felicity ‘I love how my bum looks in a good pair of jeans’ THE BOTTOM LINE Felicity wears the Ultimate Black Skinny Jeans. She says: ‘I’m a really body confident woman and I’m a triple threat when buying jeans. I have boobs, a belly and a bum! I’ve had a big bum my whole life, so when buying jeans I know what I want, and I want a stretchy, skinny and high-waisted fit. I love how my bum looks in a good pair of jeans, and this pair feels like a comfy cuddle. They’re ticking all the boxes of what I like and they’re black, too, which is a staple in my wardrobe. I’m always wearing black jeans with a leather jacket, platform boots and gold hoops. It’s like I’m channelling Sandy from Grease.’

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‘I want jeans that fit my shape and cling in all the right places’ PERFECT FIT Nicky wears the Jeggings. She says: ‘My love for jeans stems way back. I must have been about 16 when I had a Saturday job in an Italian jeans shop. Back then, the denim was rock hard and you didn’t have the wide selection you have today. Nowadays, you can buy any type and style of jeans you want – from high and low-waisted to bootcut and skinny. It’s fantastic. I have jeans with pearls on the side, embroidered ones and denim in every colour under the sun. I normally wear low-waisted jeans because I find it makes my stomach look flat. These stretchy skinny jeggings do the same. The waistband covers my problem area, but they still feel comfy and trendy. But most of all I feel confident, which makes me happy.’

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Denim demystified St ylis t to th e s t a r s Lo r n a M c G e e h elp s yo u d e co d e th is s e a s o n’s h ot te s t j e a n s FOR COMFORT: THE JEGGINGS Streamlined, stretchy and easy to move in, jeggings have the comfort of your favourite pair of leggings, with the look and feel of denim. This season’s update is the wet-look. HOW TO STYLE: Try wearing yours under a long shirt or jumper to nail everyday comfort effortlessly.

FOR A CLASSIC STYLE: THE STRAIGHT JEANS Sometimes referred to as the boyfriend fit, these star buys are looser on the thighs and calves and are flattering for most shapes. The colour of this denim gives them a more relaxed style for laid-back cool. HOW TO STYLE: In summer, wear with a tight tank then come winter, pull over a sweater or oversized shirt.

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Straight, 8-22, £10

FOR ALL YEAR ROUND: THE SKINNY JEANS You can’t go wrong with skinny jeans. This mid-rise style is figure-hugging and super-flattering for petite shapes and those with long legs. This style accentuates your curves and helps define your silhouette. HOW TO STYLE: Oversized shirts and long coats complement this fit. Wear with pumps to lengthen your legs.

FOR A SLEEK SILHOUETTE: THE BOOTCUT JEANS This throwback is the gift that keeps on giving. Flaring at the hem and fitted on the legs and waist, the 1970s-inspired bootcut jeans balance out your hips and help create the illusion of longer legs. HOW TO STYLE: Show off your waist and tuck in a top or sweater. Dress up with heels or down with trainers.

FOR THE PERFECT FIT: THE WONDERFIT JEANS If you’re after a pair of jeans that won’t go baggy, then look no further than the Wonderfit. Stay stylish and comfortable throughout the day and into evening with these jeans, which alter to fit a range of sizes. HOW TO STYLE: Blouses, tops or slogan tees work a treat. Whatever your style is, simply take your pick. Selected stores only, subject to availability. Online delivery charges may apply

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ausing, post-salon session, to admire your hot new hairdo in a shop window is a fabulous feeling. However, getting to that point can be tricky, not to mention a little scary, as what you want from your appointment isn’t necessarily what you end up with. ‘Going into a salon can be daunting,’ explains stylist to the stars Andrew Barton. ‘Loud music, a hectic atmosphere and having to look at yourself in the mirror for at least an hour are all things that can make you nervous and put you off your hair game. However, with a few simple tips, it can be an enjoyable experience with incredible results.’ Ready? It’s time to go pro to bag the barnet of your dreams… ASDAGOODLIVING.CO.UK | 87


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‘Often you’re sat in the chair and phrases like “balayage” and “baby lights” start flying around,’ says Andrew. ‘Let them go over your head! Instead, describe looks rather than shades. For example, instead of asking for “strawberry blonde with honey tones”, say: “I want my hair to look as if it has sun-kissed strands.” Your stylist can then work their magic to create this.’

BOOK A FREE CONSULTATION ‘Before you block out a day in your diary for a tress makeover, pop into your chosen salon and make the most of their free consultation service,’ says Andrew. ‘Top stylists are always happy to do this to discuss whether a certain cut or colour will work for your hair type. If your salon isn’t happy to offer this freebie, it might be time to find a new hairdressing spot.’

NO MORE MATHS ‘An inch is an inch, but with no ruler figures can be up for interpretation,’ says Andrew. ‘Show your stylist how much you want to lose by holding fingers against your hair. If they suggest going shorter to lose split ends, it’s for your own good!

‘Pinterest is your go-to for visual aids of a new look,’ says Andrew. ‘Search for styles, then save the pics to your phone to avoid lots of scrolling when you’re in the chair. Make sure it’s the hair you love, though, not the celeb or model!’

IT’S ALL ABOUT YOU ‘When in the salon hot seat, you need to be honest… not just with your stylist, but with yourself,’ says Andrew. ‘Don’t have time to style your hair every day? Your stylist will probably suggest a one-length cut with no layers, as these can easily kick out of style if not tamed. Have the luxury of time and love to style? Shout about it and you may even learn some new skills from your hairdresser. By being yourself in your appointment, your new style will work for you in everyday life.’

DON’T BE SHY ‘All through your consultation, make sure to ask, ask and ask away. If you want to know why the stylist is suggesting a blunt cut rather than lots of layers, or is saying that a colourwash will work better than adding more bleach, then speak up,’ says Andrew. ‘They want what’s best for your hair, but you also have to agree to their suggestions. The hairdresser/client relationship is a long-term, give-or-take love affair, so keeping lines of communication open on both sides is key.’ 88 | ASDA.COM/GROCERIES

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‘Before your visit, jot down the styling questions you want to ask your hairdresser, such as: “Which way is best to tie this new do?” or “How can I blow-dry it?” says Andrew. ‘Then you’ll be able to care for your new look.’

salon style at home Andrew picks the products that will help you recreate a professional finish…

Andrew Barton Heat Protect Spray, £4 (250ml; £1.60/100ml) ‘Mist each section before drying, curling or straightening to protect and style.’

Moroccan Argan Oil Ceramic Thermal Round Brush, £8 ‘With a ceramic centre that heats up as you blowdry, so hair needs less time under the dryer.’

L’Oréal Elnett Infinite Shine Hairspray, £6.60 (400ml; £1.65/100ml) ‘To hold on to a style for longer, spray with your head upside-down so all strands get coated.’

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Stylish and great quality, they are getting five-star reviews from parents at George.com. They come in sizes 3-9 and you can buy online with confidence – our printable guide lets you measure your child’s feet at home to find the best fit. Go to lifeandstyle.asda.com/ kids/choosing-your-babysfirst-shoes to find it.

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Plus Read Mother and Papa Pukka’s hilarious take on the emotional minefield of parenting (p92). We also have advice on weaning (p94), plus clever kit and tasty foods to help get you and your little one through this exciting – and messy! – stage (p96).

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Authors Matt Farquharson and Anna Whitehouse (aka Papa and Mother Pukka) reveal what life is really like being parents to Mae, five, and Eve, one with full-sized humans, the fastest steps to contentment are usually sleep or food. When we had our second daughter Eve, I realised I’d forgotten how (relatively) easy babies are compared with older nippers. There are fewer opinions and they’re basically like spare bits of furniture that you move around the house. ‘Lost your sparkle, Daddy?’ asks Mae, now five, big sister to Eve, now one

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he initial moments alone with our first daughter Mae felt like a mistake. I was someone who couldn’t drive, was intimidated by changing light bulbs and who always forgot to buy toilet paper. My wife Anna had a history of accidentally burning things with hair tongs and had been overdrawn for most of her adult life. It seemed irresponsible that we would be left in sole charge of this tiny creature, and I hoped the authorities would send more help. Each time I woke and our new addition was silent, I would quietly creep up to

her crib to check she was still breathing. But, slowly, a basic level of understanding crept in. Much like an iPad, a baby appears miraculous and mysterious at first, but operating one is actually quite intuitive. If in doubt, just swipe about until something works (by which I mean feed, burp, change or cuddle). As

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The main change I saw in myself after both of our girls were born was that I became a right sop. Fathers play a role in rearing in fewer than 6% of mammal species. From antelopes to aardvarks, dads typically make a deposit then amble off to a watering hole. So what is it that makes human men more likely to stick around (beyond social stigma and the Child Support Agency)? First up, the new arrival looks a bit like you (or the unripe raisin version of you), which is a bit of evolutionary encouragement to stick

around in a world where predators have been replaced by traffic fumes, small, chokable objects and the internet. One theory has it that newborns look much more like their dads than their mums to encourage fathers to stay. And then there’s the fact that becoming a dad might change your brain. In a 2014 study from Yale and the University of Denver, researchers scanned the brains of new dads over a few weeks, and found that the parts that do emotional processing all grew. In contrast, the ‘default mode network’ (the bit that kicks in when you’re enjoying lovely nothingness like staring out of a window) had shrunk. Basically, you get switched on to the world, and it turns you into a proper blubber monkey, tears ready to drop every time you see a picture of a sad animal on Facebook. It’s wonderful.


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re-children, I always associated parenting with grim, bulging nappies in public toilets and Mars bar-smattered kids flicking bogeys at your hungover head. It didn’t look like a happy place. I took my contraceptive pill with military scheduling. Then I met a boy who seemed OK and, for some reason I still can’t explain, wanted to dive into the realm of procreation. Cue Mae – part boombox, part wonderful human – who took us from happy to nappy place. The full show: eye-twitching sleepless nights, leaking mammaries, living off cold, discarded fish fingers (tramp canapés, as a mate calls them). But while Sellotaping my life together post-splashdown, I remember thinking, it’s not a complete horror show. Sure, it leaves your fun bags resembling spaniel’s ears and your

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mind a little mangled. But that moment when you manage to have a wee, door closed and without a toddler gawping at you, that’s the bit that makes you think, ‘Yeah, we’re working on life here, people. This is actually OK.’ When our second daughter Eve, who is now one, arrived, I felt more able to take it all in. It was less about simply existing for those first few months and more about lapping up that precious time. But it’s a tale of two halves: one minute you find, by some stroke of high-power magic, all members of your clan asleep for four minutes and 34 seconds on a Sunday morning and manage to read a recipe with a wad of chocolate Hobnobs. The next, you’re trying to manhandle a planking toddler into a buggy as an entire bus stop of blue-rinsed ladies quietly judge that the baby is wearing moist jazzy socks for trousers. I set up Mother Pukka, our platform for people who happen to be parents, for myself – for the mother who found herself trying to breastfeed through one

mastitis-addled mammary at 3am, wondering what was going on. It is based on a ratio of laughing more than you cry. It’s a pixelated hug for the mother who is postnatally depressed, feeding a mewling infant in the early hours, only to hear a bunch of youths coming back from a night on the tiles as a stark reminder of another far-off world. It is hopefully a ‘me too’ place for parents who find themselves standing in the supermarket with a shrieking child, a pineapple and one solitary tear edging down their face, unsure of how to proceed with this spiky, exotic fruit. However you choose to parent – eco-warrior or plastic-purchaser, gym-bunny or gin-bunny, hipster or hip-replacement dad – I feel the common denominator is humour. If we can laugh through the madness as we keep those small humans alive, then we truly are winning. Even if you do forget to get one a passport to travel to Amsterdam and the other a local school place. Always remember that, for every dirty nappy you deposit into a bin, there’s a brighter moment around the corner. A moment when you realise you’re laughing more than you’re crying.

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W EANING Giving your baby solid food can be a confusing time, but these mum bloggers can help

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he months have flown by and your baby is ready to try solid food, but the choices out there can stop you in your tracks. Do you go for baby-led weaning or the more traditional spoon-fed route? And what do they even mean? In recent years, the baby-led method has become popular with parents who swear by letting their little ones eat at their own pace simply by picking up chunks of food placed in front of them. Meanwhile, others think ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ and stick to traditional spoon-feeding by serving their babies puréed foods. Of course, there are no hard and fast rules for navigating this messy, fun and often frustrating time, other than doing what feels right for you and your baby – but, there’s a lot of conflicting advice out there. So, what can you expect from these methods? We spoke to two bloggers who gave us the low-down on what worked for them.

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Steph Douglas, 37, is a mum of three and runs gift company dontbuyher flowers.com. She is giving her eight-month-old, Frank, both spoon-fed and finger food options. ‘When I started feeding Frank, he was so excited. He’d seen his siblings Buster, seven, and Mabel, five, eating and really wanted to join in. ‘I began with cooked veg and was thrilled when he was tucking into curries and casseroles. But the course of true food love never did run smooth, and about six weeks in, he went off everything for 10 days and just wanted milk. I couldn’t help but worry he’d never eat again, but I think he had teeth coming through. ‘It was this unpredictable nature of babies that first made me anxious about feeding with my older kids. In the first year, it’s often the case that they haven’t slept well or have got a bug. And babies, like adults, are less hungry when they’re under the weather. It’s especially tough for first

time mums. You really hope your child will love food, but I think most kids go through a phase where they become fussy. Stay calm and remember it’s unlikely they’ll get to 20 and still only be eating bread and potatoes! ‘I’m definitely far less anxious third time around. As long as they’re getting milk in the first year, it’s not meant to matter how much solid food they have. But it can be hard to remember that when everyone else is saying how their child loves exotic flavours. ‘The spoon-feeding approach helps me monitor how much food Frank has eaten, and the finger foods encourage him to use his hands and explore, as well as make a ridiculous amount of mess! ‘I’ve learned to relax now. Kids go through phases; they eat when they’re hungry and mixed feeding works for us.’

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‘Baby-led seems to stop fussy eating habits’ Emma Shilton, 35, runs her blog mrsshilts.co.uk. She lives in the Midlands with her husband Greg, 37. She is trying baby-led with her son Freddie, who was born in January this year. ‘When Freddie started reaching for our dinner, I knew it was time to move him onto solids. We’d been bringing him to the table and he wanted to get involved like his older brother Olly, five, so who were we to stop him! ‘When we first had Olly, I was overwhelmed with all the advice. I was terrified of doing the wrong thing, so went for the traditional approach using purées. ‘I do wonder now if this was the best way, though. I didn’t give Olly lots of textures and suspect that’s why he’s such a fussy eater now as he didn’t get used to new things early on. I didn’t want to have another picky little boy, so I thought I’d give baby-led weaning a go – and I have to say it’s really working! Babies are given a variety of foods with different textures and flavours and

they pick whatever they fancy from the plate. ‘Rather than me feeding him, Freddie feeds himself. Obviously, I don’t plonk a steak in front of him and let him get on with it, but I cook his food, cut it up and let him pick what he fancies. He mushes the food up between his fingers then pops it in his mouth! Yes, it’s messy, but really, what six-month-old isn’t? ‘When we first began, I’d boil veg until they were soft; now, whatever Olly has, Freddie will have it too. ‘Other finger foods (not the posh stuff you get at parties!) that are suitable include scrambled eggs, soft fruit and cereal. ‘It’s working for us, but if we’re on the go I’ll use a pouch or jar as they’re so handy. I’m much more relaxed than I was first time round and Freddie now has a really good relationship with food. Hindsight is such a wonderful thing, isn’t it?’

ASK THE EXPERT

NHS dietitian and mum of two Lucy Neary blogs at teenyweanies.com and wants to make weaning less daunting. Here she answers the most often asked questions

IS MY BABY READY FOR WEANING?

‘The NHS advises to begin weaning at around six months. All babies are different and some may be ready slightly earlier; you should trust your instincts – you know your baby better than a leaflet or book does. There are three things that parents should consider though: Can your baby keep their head steady? This will help them safely swallow food. Do they reach out and purposefully try to grab food? It may be time unless you want chubby little hands all over your dinner. Have they lost their tongue thrust? By this I mean if you put food in their mouth, do they push it back out with their tongue?’

ARE FINGER FOODS OK?

‘Yes! Along with introducing purées at around six months, you should be offering soft finger foods to help your baby learn to chew. They should be index finger-sized, and with no pips or gristly bits. They need to be things that don’t snap, like broccoli, sweet potato with no peel on, boiled courgettes that have been skinned. Steer clear of sticks of apple, for example, because babies can’t chew and if it snaps in their mouth there’s a risk of it sticking at the back of the throat.’

WHEN DO I STOP USING PURÉES?

‘I meet lots of parents with children who are fussy eaters and one theory is that so many purées are sweetened, even the vegetables, that children aren’t used to the more bitter taste of vegetables or the textures. As soon as you’re happy your baby is swallowing purée really well, they can move onto mashed-up and minced food, often the same food you’re cooking for the whole family.’

ARE THEY EATING ENOUGH?

‘Parents worry about this all the time, but babies should be fed to their appetite and allowed to stop when full. An average six-to-nine-month-old would eat between two and four tablespoons of food at a meal. Don’t worry if they eat less than usual sometimes. Babies and children regulate their appetite over a week, not just a day or a meal.’ ASDAGOODLIVING.CO.UK | 95


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GOOD LIVING

MY FOODIE LIFE

Actress and Strictly Come Dancing finalist Gemma Atkinson, 33, lives in Bury and is dating Strictly pro dancer Gorka Marquez, 28 Your best childhood foodie memory? My Nana Joyce used to make amazing shepherd’s pie. She’d give me and my sister, Nina, the casserole dish and we’d mop up all the gravy with bread and butter. I was never told to shy away from eating and it’s given me a sensible attitude to food in later life. Have your eating habits changed? I’m more aware of what fuels my body now – meat, fish and vegetables. If there’s an ingredient on a label I can’t pronounce, I won’t eat it. I’m also aware of balance. My favourite dessert is vanilla New York cheesecake; if I have it once a week, that’s fine. What do you eat on an average day? I present the breakfast show on Hits Radio, so I have a three-egg omelette and spinach at 4.45am with a beetroot juice. At 8.30am, I have oats with whey protein and almond milk. Lunch is fish with salad and dinner is stir-fry with sweet potato. I drink three litres of water a day, too. My dad used to say ‘lions drink water’, so I never drank cordials or juices!

Using herbs and garlic is a healthier way to flavour food

What kind of cook are you? I’m good at sprucing things up. I’ll rub garlic into fish and oregano onto veg. It’s a healthier way to flavour food than using heavy sauces. Biggest disaster in the kitchen? On Celebrity Masterchef, I put a whole bottle of Tabasco into a chicken stir-fry thinking it was one

serving. Gregg Wallace tried it and said, ‘Blooming heck!’ It was inedible! Worst food experience? I spent seven days hiking the Great Wall of China with Olivia Newton John for charity and got served a chunk of meat in Beijing. Thank goodness I didn’t eat it, as I found out afterwards it was donkey! When you were training for Strictly, did you crave any foods for energy? Aljaž [Škorjanec, 28, Gemma’s dance partner] and I were addicted to white chocolate Toblerones. We’d get one at the start of the week and were lucky if it lasted two days! Top foodie tip? Simon Rimmer [the TV chef] has taught me a lot since I did Strictly with him. He told me to put walnuts, pomegranate seeds and tangerine in salads. It’s amazing mixed together! Whose food do you love to eat? Gorka is a fantastic cook. He does a piri-piri chicken bake and he’s great at tapas – his homemade guacamole is amazing! Now and again, he’ll say, ‘Bring your mum round and I’ll do a bit of a picky feast.’ I’m very lucky. Listen to Hits Radio Breakfast with Gemma, weekdays at 6-10am

GEMMA’S FOODIE HITS AND MISSES

IT'S A 10 FROM ME GUILTY PLEASURE ‘I love a thin-based margherita pizza with mushrooms.’

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‘Bread. I’d have it with every meal, if my waistline agreed with it.’

NUL POINTS!

‘Lobsters. They mate for life and it’s sad to see them in tanks in restaurants.’

Words: Gemma Calvert. Photographs: Getty Images, hitsradio.co.uk

‘Gorka’s homemade guacamole is amazing’


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