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So that’s the school term underway. How was it for you? No doubt we all need some welldeserved rest – and a bit of fun to lighten the mood. Cue the chocolate brownie haunted house on p26. Yes! We know you’re going to have so much fun creating your own version. Gather your little (and big) monsters in the kitchen, grab some decorations and prepare to get messy designing your spooky cake – then send us the pictures (Halloween fancy dress, p88, optional but preferred!). There are also some wickedly good activities and decoration ideas for you to experiment with on p81. Halloween treats aside, if takeaway is on your menu we challenge you to beat the delivery (p55) with our spins on favourites that take less than 35 mins to cook, while Jamie shares his own healthy twists on p47. Brilliant!

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CONTENTS OCTOBER FOOD 105 Your recipes All the recipes in this issue

WEEKEND 9 October harvest Seasonal oranges, leeks, pears, cauliflower and squash

55 Fakeaways Beat the delivery driver with these top takeaway favourites

66 Cider cocktails Celebrate harvest festival with exciting apple-based drinks

106 Finest moments COVER RECIPE MIMA SINCLAIR PHOTOGRAPHY TOBY SCOTT FOOD STYLING BIANCA NICE PROP STYLING JENNY IGGLEDEN

These mini sizzling sausage rolls make mighty hot snacks

EVERYDAY 24 Let’s Cook Getting tea on the table has just become easier than ever

38 5 for under £25 Reader-approved family meals to serve four, all for under £25

KNOW-HOW 31 Tips and tricks

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Halloween dinners, easy puds and fail-safe baking tips

70 Chef Derek Sarno

75 Kitchen essentials

Make your own vegan Danish pastries, Derek-style

Brighten up tea breaks with these gorgeous Art Deco cups

SHOPPING

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Mix and match to whip up a curry any night of the week

IN STORE

62 Christmas planning

68 Focus on: Apples

18 Best buys

Know your Braeburns from your Bramleys with this simple guide

Seasonal eats, working-fromhome treats and more

47 Jamie Oliver Super-flexible ‘fakeaways’ made healthier by Jamie

53 How to build: A speedy curry

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CONTRIBUTORS 26

JAMIE OLIVER Health ambassador for Tesco

Love a takeaway? We say you’ll love Jamie’s healthier versions, p47, even more!

REAL LIVING COMMUNITY

DEREK SARNO Tesco’s director of plant-based innovation

64 Over to you Recipes you’re rating and making, plus your questions answered

FOR YOU

Missing your coffee-shop pastry treats? Try Derek’s wicked spin, p70

98 Eco stories The ‘4Rs’ in Tesco’s ongoing work to reduce plastic packaging

BEAUTY

HOME

95 Beauty tricks

76 Instant updates

Squeeze in a mood-boosting fix with a three-minute wonder

How refreshing a small area can transform a whole room

JAMIE ROBINSON Tesco’s executive chef, product development

Jamie R’s versatile go-to autumn food, and his Halloween highlight, p18

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The team EDITORIAL Editor Lauren Rose-Smith Deputy editor Jo Wooderson Food editor Elli Donajgrodzki Chief sub editor Art Young Deputy chief sub editor Rob Goodway Senior sub editor Jenny Wackett Writer Bryony Bowie ART Art director Nina Brennan Senior art editor Alexandra Whitfield Senior designer Sarah Prescott Designer Freddie Stewart Creative solutions editor Alison Fordy Creative solutions art editor Melanie Robinson-White

IN STORE 18 Best buys Frighteningly good ideas for your Halloween party

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CONTENT AND PUBLISHING Acting content director Rachael Ashley Food content director Jenny McIvor Group managing editor Kate Best Acting group art director Aileen O’Donnell Acting account director Hannah McDonald Account manager Renée Lo Account executive Saadia Osman PRODUCTION Production director Vanessa Salter Production manager Deborah Homden

26 Step-by-step Don’t be scared: our chocolate brownie cake is simple to make

31 Tips and tricks Spooky snacks and terrifying treats to leave kids spellbound

FAMILY 72 Too good to waste: Pumpkin

91 Free time

Made a jack-o’-lantern? Don’t waste the scooped-out flesh!

Don’t hibernate just yet; try our suggestions for a fall fling

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81 Spooky ideas

101 Your finances

Creepy crafts and ghoulish games for a terror-ific time

Plan ahead this Christmas for maximum fun on minimum cost

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FOOD | WEEKEND

October harvest

IN SEASON Inspiring ways to make the most of the best autumn produce

Emperor oranges è×Ûã«Â£ô«ã¨¶è«-÷ sweetness Need to know When zesting oranges, avoid the white pith underneath as it is bitter.

Mix well and season, then drizzle Éó&×ã¨&(Éɸ&)ĉÛ¨Ʋ'"׫ۨ with the reserved fennel fronds and serve with boiled new potatoes, if you like. Each serving contains Energy

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of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 7g Protein 20g Fibre 2g High in protein; high in vitamin B12.

COOK’S TIP Fennel and dill have similar flavours; if your fennel doesn’t have fronds, use a little extra dill.

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Leeks An allium, like onions  £ »« » ¸Û Û«»¸÷ ã öãè ãÉ «Û¨ Û Need to know You can use the green tops for stock or soup. L E E K R A RE B I T P O RK S T E A KS Serves 4 Takes 30 mins Cost per serve £1.27 2 tbsp olive oil 3 large leeks (about 550g), washed, ã «ÁÁ   »÷ Û»« ã ÛÔ Ô» «Â Éè Á» ÷ « 125g mature Cheddar, grated 1 tsp English mustard ÔÉ ¸ »É«Â Ûã ¸Û ¢ ÉÁ £Ô ¸ mashed potato and Tenderstem É É»« ãÉ Û ó ÉÔã«É »

¸ Ô ô Á ]㫠㨠Éè «ÂãÉ the remaining leeks, cook for 2 mins, then slowly pour in the cider, stirring, until combined. Add the cheese and mustard and gently heat, stirring, until melted. The mixture can easily catch at this stage, so be careful. 2 Preheat the grill to medium-high. Heat the remaining oil in a frying pan over a high heat and cook the pork steaks for 2-3 mins each side until golden and cooked through. Top with the leek rarebit, then grill for 2-3 mins until golden. Serve with the reserved leeks, and mashed potato and Tenderstem broccoli, if you like. Each serving contains Energy

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1 Heat 1 tbsp oil in a lidded pan and cook the leeks for 10 mins, covered, over a medium heat until soft. Set aside half the leeks in a dish and

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Conference pears Sweet and fragrant Need to know Pears brown quickly once cut. If not using straight away, transfer to a bowl with water and lemon juice.

MAKE IT SPOOKY! See p32 to turn these into mini monsters!

F I V E - M I N U T E C H O C O L AT E & PEAR MUG CAKES Makes 1 Takes 5 mins Cost per serve 18p 30g dark chocolate 1½ tbsp vegetable oil, plus extra for greasing 1½ tbsp caster sugar 1 medium egg, lightly beaten

dissolved in 2 tsp boiling water ½ Conference pear, peeled, cored and cut into pieces ½ tsp icing sugar crème fraîche or ice cream, to serve (optional)

1 Put the chocolate in a heatproof bowl and microwave for 45 secs-1 min on medium until melted. Add the oil, caster whisk until just combined. Grease the base of a 300ml, straight-sided microwave-proof mug and put the pear in the bottom. Top with the cake mixture. Cook for 2 mins on high* until risen. 2 Leave the cake in the mug to rest for 10 secs, then turn out and serve dusted with the icing sugar, and topped with crème fraîche or ice cream, if you like. Each cake contains Energy

2743kJ 655kcal 33%

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軫 Éô A versatile brassica that can be roasted, fried or steamed, leaves and all Need to know 軫 Éô  ¢ Éû  »  ¨ É ãÛ ÉÔ Â ¢ û 㨠 ã ÂÛ¢ ãÉ £Û B U F FA L O C AU L I F L O W E R & BLUE CHEESE PIZZAS Serves 4 (makes 2 pizzas) Takes Á«ÂÛ Cost per serve 2 x 145g packs pizza base mix 1 tsp olive oil, plus extra for greasing 2Ω tbsp tomato purée 1-2 tbsp chilli sauce (such as Frank’s or sriracha)

1 tsp paprika 2 tsp clear honey 100g grated mozzarella 100g bunch spring onions, trimmed and halved lengthways £ 軫 Éô É ãÛ ã¨«Â»÷ Û»« 100g vegetarian hard blue cheese, broken into small pieces 5g chives, snipped

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Butternut squash Ideal for creating a veggie centrepiece Need to know You can leave the skin on, if you like, especially if you’re roasting it. S P I C E D S Q UA S H & O R Z O W I T H C RI S P Y F E TA Serves 4 Takes 55 mins Cost per serve £1.29

COOK’S TIP Clean and rinse the squash seeds before baking with the spices of your choice.

1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Mix the squash with 1 tbsp oil, the thyme, chillies, paprika and garlic on a baking tray. Bake for 45 mins or until golden and tender. 2 Meanwhile, toss the feta in the É Â Éè , ã ã ÛÔ É«» «Â » £ frying pan over a high heat. Fry the feta in a single layer for 1-2 mins each side until golden and crisp. 3 Meanwhile, cook the orzo to pack instructions. Drain and toss with the hard cheese, basil and lemon juice. Mix with the squash and top with the feta, lemon zest and extra thyme leaves to serve. Each serving contains Energy

2642kJ 628kcal 31%

Fat

Saturates

24g 13g 34% 66%

Sugars

Salt

8g 9%

1.3g 22%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 76g Protein 28g Fibre 3g

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1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. In a large bowl, mix the chicken with the baharat seasoning, paprika, cumin and a pinch of salt. Add Ω tbsp oil and mix well to coat. 2 In a casserole dish or ovenproof heavy-based pan with a lid, heat 1 tbsp oil over a medium-high heat. Fry the chicken, uncovered, for 2 mins each side. Stir through the potatoes and fry for 5 mins.

Add a splash of water and cover with the lid. Transfer to the oven for 10 mins or until the chicken is cooked through. 3 Meanwhile, blanch the beans in boiling water for 1-2 mins until just tender, then drain. Serve with the chicken and potatoes. Scatter with coriander, pomegranate seeds  ¸ »ÁÉÂ Û «¢ ÷Éè »«¸ Each serving contains Energy

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Halloween chocolate brownie cake Serves 24 freeze undecorated brownie Takes 1 hr 50 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 58p For the brownie 400g unsalted butter, cubed 400g dark chocolate (54% cocoa solids), broken into pieces 6 large eggs 500g caster sugar 1 tbsp vanilla extract £ Ô» «Â Éè 1 tsp salt To decorate £ ¨É É» ã óÉè ¢ ÉÛã«Â£ 2 x 120g packs Matchmakers £ ÷ »»Éô ÷ ãÉ É»» ¢É Âã icing 5 biscuits (we used 4 Nice and 1 halved jam sandwich cream) £ ô¨«ã ¢É Âã « «Â£ £ » ¸ ¢É Âã « «Â£ white and yellow coloured writing icing pens 3 purple Smarties

Bake the brownie 1 V ¨ ã 㨠Éó  ãÉ £ Û Ÿ ¢   »«Â ö Á baking tin with nonstick baking paper. Melt the butter and chocolate in a heavy-based saucepan over a low heat, stirring occasionally, until smooth and glossy. Set aside to cool for 5 mins. 2 Whisk the eggs, sugar and vanilla with an electric whisk in a large bowl for 1 min until pale and just 26

combined. Stir in the cooled ¨É É» ã Á«ö &É» «Â 㨠Éè  salt until just combined; pour into 㨠»«Â ã«Â ¸ ¢É Á«ÂÛ until the top is pale brown and dry and the centre no longer wobbles. Leave to cool completely in the tin. Cut out the house shape 3 Place the brownie, with a short edge facing you, on a board and cut ó ã« » ö Á ã Â£è» Ûã «Ô from the top left corner. Cut this Ô« «Â ¨ »¢ ãÉ £«ó ö Ÿ Á »É£ pieces, then cut each in half again diagonally. Set aside. Make the turrets 4 èã Û¨É ã ã £» öŸ Á  öã ãÉ ã¨ Ûã ÉÂ Â Û ã Û« Piece the diagonal pieces together to make 2 triangular turrets and arrange at the top of the brownie. Ice and roof the house 5 Using a palette knife, cover the brownie with a thin layer of chocolate frosting. Cover the right roof turret with full-length Matchmakers and set 1 full-length Matchmaker aside. 6 Cover the left turret with halved Matchmakers. Repeat at the lowest indentation for the lower roof. Use the smaller broken Matchmakers to cover the middle roof, taking them halfway across. Place the reserved Matchmaker between the two turrets, to separate, as shown. Make the door 7 Cut a Matchmaker to 7.5cm long, 㨠 Ի ÁÉ «ã¨ Û« É¢ «ã Cut these at a downward angle, on both sides, to create an arched door, then press onto the brownie.

Make the windows and ghost 8 Roll out the yellow icing to 2mm thick and cut into pieces just larger than your biscuits. Dab a little water on the icing, then carefully press ÉÂãÉ ã¨ «Û è«ãÛ &É» Éó 㨠edges and press onto the back of the biscuits to seal. Roll out the white icing to 2mm thick and cut Éèã ÛÁ »» £¨ÉÛã ö Á DÉ«Ûã  and stick onto one of the windows. YÉ»» Éèã ¨ »¢ 㨠» ¸ « «Â£ ãÉ ÁÁ thick and cut into 2mm strips to make windowpane details. Dab with water, stick to the yellow icing, then stick the windows onto the house. 9 Halve the remaining black icing. Roll one half into an egg shape for the spider’s body and roll the rest into a thin sausage shape. Cut the length equally into 4, then lay parallel and gently squeeze in the middle to make legs. Dab the centre with water and press the body on top. Dab water onto a window and stick on the spider. Use the icing É èãÛ ãÉ Á ¸ ÉÉ ¨  »  eyes for the ghost. Create cobwebs 10 Use the white writing icing to draw eyes on the spider, and cobwebs on the windows and roof. Stick the Smarties where you would like mini spiders; use yellow writing icing to draw legs and eyes, and to add a number to the door. Will keep in a cool, dry place for up to 5 days. Each serving contains* Energy

1982kJ 473kcal 24%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

25g 14g 47g 0.3g 36% 71% 52% 5%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 58g Protein 5g Fibre 2g

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We recommend this recipe for a special occasion or treat, as part of a balanced diet

It may be haunted but don’t be daunted – just follow our easy steps and get the kids involved to make this fab haunted house par ty cake


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BISCUIT WINDOWS Use yellow and black fondant icing to cover and decorate your favourite biscuits to create lit windows.

ICING GHOSTS Cut out your own Casper from rolled ready-made white icing and stick to your window using a little water – easy!

CHOCOLATE STICK ROOF Chop Matchmakers Âã ãÉ « sizes to create a spooky roof. It doesn’t matter if they’re not superneat – in fact, it’ll add to the ã ¨ èÂã

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CREATE THE TURRETS The diagonal brownie pieces make great spooky spires. If you like, you could make them even taller by trimming some of the Éā"èã$×Éô«&'Û'$'Û&¢É×ã¨&Áǁ¶èÛã make sure you have space on your board.

MAKE THE DOOR Start by cutting the central Matchmaker to give you the best idea of size. Use a long, sharp knife to cut a clean line across the Matchmakers on each side to make the arch. To stick onto the cake, start with the longest, central Matchmaker and align the rest.

MAKE THE SPIDER Cold hands will stop the icing from sticking when rolling the spider: run your hands under cold water and dry well. Be careful not to use too much water when sticking on the spider body, as this will make the fondant sticky and harder to transfer to the house.

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STYLE THE WINDOWS Roll the fondant icing out on nonstick baking paper to stop it sticking; don’t dust with icing sugar as it will dilute the colour. Using a pizza cutter helps give straight lines for the windowpanes, while a small, sharp knife is best for cutting out curved details like the ghost.

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ICE AND ROOF THE HOUSE Using an angled palette knife to spread the icing will give a smooth surface for decorating. Cutting the Matchmakers to )«ā&×&Âã»&£ã¨Û¢É×)«ā&×&ÂãÛ&"ã«ÉÂÛÉ¢ã¨& ×ÉÉ¢¨&»ÔÛ"×&'ã&'ÁÉ×&×'ÁÛ¨'"¸»&&ā&"ãƭ $èãÛ&&ô¨'ã»&£ã¨Û÷Éè㨫¸ôÉ׸$&Ûãǁ ensure you leave space for the windows.

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CUT OUT THE HOUSE SHAPE Use a long, sharp knife to give straight lines and clean edges while you cut the brownie. If you like, you can chill the brownie for 1 hr before cutting to give really clean edges.

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Tips and tricks

Kitchen secrets All you need for easy Halloween treats, plus baking skills, swaps and shor tcuts

Simple spooky snacks Low on ingredients but high on fun 3-INGREDIENT ,

Snake dough sticks Serves 8 Takes 40 mins Cost per serve 22p

Preheat the oven to gas 7, 220°C, fan 200°C and line a baking tray with baking paper. Empty a 145g pack pizza base mix into a bowl (reserving 1 tsp), add 100ml lukewarm water and mix to a soft dough. Dust a work surface with Ω tsp of the reserved pizza mix, then knead for 5 mins until smooth.

Divide into 8 pieces and roll each into 28cm snakes (keep one end thicker for the head), using the remaining mix for dusting. Shape into zigzags or coils and transfer to the tray. Brush with a little of the sauce from a 200g tub salsa and press on small pumpkin seeds for eyes. Bake for 15-20 mins until golden, then serve with the remaining salsa. Each serving contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

294kJ 70kcal 4%

2g 3%

<1g 2%

2g 2%

0.2g 3%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 10g Protein 2g Fibre 1g

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Cheesy mummies Serves 8 Takes 25 mins Cost per serve 39p

Unroll a 375g pack ready-rolled »«£¨ã Ôè Ô Ûã ÷ and cut a circle of pastry around a 250g Camembert, leaving a 3cm border. Pull the pastry up to cover the sides of the cheese, pressing to secure. Brush the edges with a little water. Cut 4 x 2cm-wide strips from a long edge of the pastry and lay them across the cheese, trimming and layering to create a  £ ã Ô ÛÛ £ Âã»÷ ãÉ secure. Transfer to the fridge for 20 mins. Meanwhile, use an 8cm pastry cutter to cut out 4 pastry circles. Reroll the trimmings and cut into 1cm strips. Place an

COOK’S TIP Any round cheese will work: try goat’s cheese or mozzarella.

unwrapped Mini Babybel in the middle of each pastry circle, then enclose by pulling up the borders and pinching together. Press together to smooth and seal, then place seam-side down on a lined baking sheet. Brush each with a little water and lay strips of pastry across each to create a bandage ã Ô ÛÛ £ Âã»÷ ãÉ Û è ¨«»» for at least 15 mins. Preheat the oven to gas 7, 220°C, fan 200°C. Brush the pastry with beaten egg and press on sliced black olives as eyes. Bake the large mummy for 25 mins, adding the mini mummies after 10 mins. Leave to cool for 5 mins before serving. Each serving contains Energy

1235kJ 295kcal 15%

Fat

Saturates

16g 9g 23% 47%

Sugars

Salt

2g 2%

0.9g 15%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 25g Protein 12g Fibre 1g

FRANKENSTEIN MUG CAKES Give the mug cakes on p12 a spooky twist. Follow the recipe, then turn out, cool for 10 mins, then scatter each with 1 tbsp milk chocolate sprinkles. Poke holes for the eyes, then squeeze a little red writing icing onto 2 green M&M’s and push into the holes. Use icing for pupils. For the bolts, poke holes either side and push in half a liquorice twist. Use red writing icing to stick on 6 mini marshmallows in a row to make teeth. Draw around them to create lips, then draw on some stitches too.

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WAYS WITH MINI MUFFINS CREATE THE COVER

1 Dirt cakes Makes 12 Takes 15 mins Cost per serve 16p

2 Mini monsters 3 Spiderweb

Top 12 x Halloween spooky mini Áè ÂÛ with Ω tsp no-added-sugar hazelnut spread. Finely crush 2 Bourbon creams on a plate, then É»» ¨« Áè  «Â 㨠«Û è«ã to lightly coat. Put 50g ready-to-roll fondant icing in a bowl and mix in a little Dr. Oetker orange food colouring gel. Shape into 12 pumpkin-shaped balls. Use a cocktail stick to mark segments on each pumpkin. Roll 5g green ready-to-roll icing into a very thin, long sausage, then cut it into 12 x 1.5cm-long pieces, reserving the rest. Press each gently onto the top of a pumpkin to attach like a stalk. Use the remaining green icing to make small leaves; press these into the base of the stalks. Place a ÔèÁÔ¸«Â É ãÉÔ É¢ ¨ Áè  Will keep in a sealed container in a cool place for 3-4 days. Each cake contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

598kJ 143kcal 7%

7g 9%

1g 6%

Sugars

Salt

12g 0.1g 14% 2%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 20g Protein 1g Fibre 1g

cakes

Makes 12 Takes 15 mins Cost per serve 23p

Makes 12 Takes 15 mins Cost per serve 18p

Divide 120g vanilla frosting between 2 bowls and stir a little Dr. Oetker orange food colouring gel into one and Dr. Oetker violet food colouring gel into the other. Spread or pipe the orange buttercream onto one half of 12 x Halloween ÛÔÉɸ÷ Á«Â« Áè ÂÛ, then repeat to cover the other half with the purple buttercream. Reserve º tsp of each colour to attach the eyes. Make eyes on stalks by using a little buttercream to stick Cake Décor edible eyes to cocktail sticks and pushing them into the cakes, or stick eyes directly into the icing. Will keep in a sealed container in a cool place for 3-4 days.

Top 12 x Halloween spooky mini Áè ÂÛ with 1 tsp chocolate frosting. Heat a Cake Décor white chocolate writing pen to pack instructions, then pipe a spiral onto ¨ Áè  Ûã ã«Â£ ¢ ÉÁ 㨠centre. Use a cocktail stick to drag lines outwards from the centre to form a spider web. Will keep in a sealed container in a cool place for 3-4 days. Each cake contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

513kJ 123kcal 6%

6g 8%

1g 5%

Sugars

Salt

11g 0.2g 12% 3%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 16g Protein 1g Fibre 1g

Each monster contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

602kJ 144kcal 7%

6g 9%

1g 7%

Sugars

Salt

15g 0.2g 17% 3%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 20g Protein 1g Fibre 1g

12 Halloween Spooky Mini Muffins, £1.50 ((13p each)

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Homemade dessert shortcuts

BOOST YOUR BAKES They say baking is a science, so why not experiment?

Whip up one of these puds-for-two to satisfy cravings in minutes

Flours If a recipe uses plain Éè ÷Éè  ɢã  Ûô Ô »«ã㻠ɢ «ã ¢É Éã¨ ã¨«Â£Û É ãÛ ãÉ Éɸ« Û É èÁ » Û É »«ãã» ô¨É» Á » É ÷ Éè ãÉ ¨É É» ã ¸ Û ¢É öã óÉè

3 EASY PUDDING IDEAS Any-fruit crumble Tip a 400g tin of fruit (like pears or peaches) into a 1ltr baking dish with a few frozen berries, if you like. Rub 30g cold diced butter into 75g plain flour to resemble crumbs; stir in 30g sugar and scatter over the fruit. Bake at gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C for 20-30 mins until golden and bubbling.

Microwave sponge Cream 50g butter and 50g caster sugar in a bowl. Beat in 1 egg and fold in 50g self-raising flour. Spoon 3 tbsp golden syrup into a heatproof bowl, then pour the batter on top. Microwave on high for 3-4 mins until risen and golden.

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FOOLPROOF GUIDE TO LINING A CAKE TIN FOR A ROUND TIN

1 Draw around the base onto baking paper and cut it out. Cut a strip that’s 5cm taller to go around the tin.

2 Make a fold 3cm along one long edge of the strip, then make a series of small cuts up to the fold.

3 Grease the tin and stick the long paper strip to the inside, so the edge with the cuts is at the bottom.

4 Press into the edges of the tin, then top with the circle for the base.

ADD GROUND SPICES »»ÛÔ« £«Â£ É «Â ÁÉ ôÉ ¸ ô »» Éèã ãÛÔ ãÉ ã¨ ãã TRY A DIFFERENT JAM c ÷ » ¸ è Âã É ¨ ÷ É Ûô Ô ¢É » ÁÉ è É Á Á »

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FOR A SQUARE OR LOAF TIN

1 Centre the tin on a sheet of baking paper and use a pencil to mark out each corner.

2 Cut around the tin, leaving a border so there is enough paper to fold up and cover each side.

3 Cut a triangle from each corner of the paper to where you marked the corners of the tin.

4 Grease the tin and press in the paper, overlapping the corners ãÉ ã ÛÂ裻÷

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+ Tried it, liked it Our tester Lynda lives in Belfast with her husband Eoin, two daughters and baby son. ‘I’m usually an enthusiastic cook, but I’ve fallen into a bit of a rut since being on maternity leave,’ says Lynda. ‘I was pleasantly surprised by how much the £25 bought us, and by the range of food and flavours too. I’ve been trying to incorporate more veg into our meals and really liked the inclusion of so many here, so it didn’t feel like hard work to eat well.’

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SHOPPING LIST 20g pack fresh dill 30g pack fresh coriander 4-pack Suntrail Farms lemons 3cm piece ginger 1 garlic bulb 1kg bag Redmere Farms red onions 4 carrots 1 leek 100g bunch spring onions 1 round or iceberg lettuce 1 pack Redmere Farms fresh greens 2 aubergines 2 x 1kg bags Redmere Farms sweet potatoes 12-pack Woodside Farm pork sausages 250g pack salted butter 500g pot Creamfields low-fat natural yogurt 8-pack H.W. Nevill’s wholemeal tortilla wraps 500g pack Hearty Food Co. spaghetti 500g 4-pack boil-in-thebag brown rice 250ml bottle reduced-fat Caesar dressing 250ml bottle Wicked Kitchen sticky teriyaki sauce 33g pot ground allspice 568ml bottle distilled vinegar 2 x 400g tins chickpeas 400g tin Grower’s Harvest chopped tomatoes 250g pack Bay Fishmongers frozen cold water prawns 450g pack frozen 30 breaded chicken nuggets

+ FROM YOUR STORECUPBOARD Caster sugar, olive oil, vegetable oil, vegetable stock cube

C RI S P Y C H I C K E N CAESAR WRAPS Serves 4 Takes 30 mins 750g sweet potatoes, scrubbed and cut into wedges 1 tbsp olive oil 25g caster sugar 50ml distilled vinegar É«É  »÷ Û»« 20 chicken nuggets 4 wholemeal wraps 1 round or iceberg lettuce, leaves torn £ ¢ Û¨ «»» É裨»÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 4 tbsp reduced-fat Caesar dressing

1 Preheat the oven to gas 7, 220°C, fan 200°C. Toss the wedges with the oil on a baking tray; season. Spread out on the tray and roast for 25 mins until golden and tender. 2 Meanwhile, put the sugar in a heatproof bowl and add 50ml

boiling water. Stir to dissolve, then mix in the vinegar, onion, and a pinch of salt. Cover and set aside at room temperature to pickle. 3 When the wedges have been roasting for 10 mins, tip the chicken nuggets onto a separate baking tray and put in the oven on a shelf above the wedges. Cook for 13-15 mins until the nuggets are crispy. Parcel the wraps in a sheet of foil and heat in the bottom of the oven for the last 2-3 mins to warm through. 4 Add some lettuce, 5 chicken nuggets, a few fronds of dill and a scattering of drained pickled onions to each warmed tortilla. Drizzle over the Caesar dressing, then wrap up and serve with the wedges. Each serving contains Energy

2449kJ 582kcal 29%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

18g 4g 17g 1.7g 26% 21% 19% 28%

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of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 85g Protein 19g Fibre 14g 1 of your 5-a-day; source of protein

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Serves 4 Takes 15 mins plus defrosting 350g spaghetti 50g butter » ¸  »÷ Û»« £ »« »Éó èÛ¨ £ ¢ Éû  ɻ ô ã Ô ôÂÛ ¢ ÉÛã  «Â » ÁÉ û Ûã  ¶è« £ ¢ Û¨ «»»  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ

1 Cook the spaghetti to pack instructions. Reserve 50ml of the cooking water, then drain and set aside. 2 Meanwhile, heat the butter in a large frying pan over a medium heat. Once melted and foaming, cook for 1-2 mins, stirring a few times, until the butter darkens slightly to a deep golden brown

and starts to smell nutty. Add the leek and fry for 6-8 mins until softened. Add the garlic and cook, stirring, for 1 min until fragrant. 3 Stir in the spaghetti, prawns, lemon zest and juice, and most of the dill. Add the reserved pasta water and toss everything together until the prawns are piping hot and the sauce coats the spaghetti. Serve topped with the reserved dill and lots of black pepper. Each serving contains Energy

1895kJ 449kcal 22%

Fat

Saturates

13g 7g 18% 35%

Sugars

Salt

4g 5%

1.2g 20%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 67g Protein 21g Fibre 4g

I’ll definitely make this again. My eldest took some convincing to try the leeks and dill, but she cleared her plate

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SPICED CHICKPEA STEW Serves 4 Takes 30 mins ã ÛÔ É»«ó É«» É«ÉÂÛ Â »÷ Û»« ¨ÉÔÔ ÉãÛ Ô »  « £ »« »Éó Û Û»« ãÛÔ £ Éè »»ÛÔ« £ ã«Â ¨ÉÔÔ ãÉÁ ãÉ Û ö £ ã«ÂÛ ¨« ¸Ô Û ó £ ã » ÛãÉ ¸ è Á èÔ ãÉ Á» ÔÉè ¨ Û É«» «Â 㨠£ Éô « £ ¢ Û¨ £ ÂÛ Ûã ÁÛ «Û » ó Û Û»« £ »Éô ¢ ã  ãè » ÷É£è ã ãÉ Û ó » ÁÉ û Ûã  èã «ÂãÉ ô £ Û ãÉ Û ó £ ¢ Û¨ É «  ¨ÉÔÔ

1 Heat 1 tbsp oil in a frying pan over a medium-high heat and fry the sliced onion with a pinch of salt, stirring frequently, for 10-15 mins until turning crispy and golden. Scoop out with a slotted spoon and set aside to drain on kitchen paper. 2 Meanwhile, heat 1 tbsp oil in a saucepan over a medium heat, then add the chopped onion and carrot and fry for 8-10 mins until starting to soften, then stir in the garlic and allspice. Fry for 1 min, then add the tomatoes, chickpeas and stock. Simmer for 10 mins or until the tomatoes have broken down and the sauce has thickened slightly. 3 Meanwhile, cook the rice to pack instructions. 4 Stir the greens into the stew and cook for another 5-8 mins until the greens are tender. Season well, then serve with the rice. Top with yogurt, lemon zest, the crispy onions and coriander. Serve with the lemon wedges for squeezing over. Each serving contains Energy

1645kJ 392kcal 20%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

15g 2g 15g 1.5g 16% 10% 16% 25%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 53g Protein 16g Fibre 15g 2 of your 5-a-day; source of protein; source of vitamin C

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USE IT UP LEMONS

Looking to reduce your salt intake? A squeeze of lemon is a great alternative way to season food.

This was perfect for a cold, wet day. It didn’t need much prep, and I liked that it was 2 of our 5-a-day. I’d maybe add a little chilli or cayenne pepper next time e

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S T I C K Y AU B E RG I N E RI C E B O W L S Serves 4 Takes 25 mins 2 aubergines, trimmed and cut into 5cm batons 1 tbsp vegetable oil Á Ô« £«Â£ Ô »   »÷ grated 2 garlic cloves, crushed Á» ã «÷ ¸« Û è 2 carrots, peeled and shaved into ribbons with a peeler 3 tbsp distilled vinegar º tsp sugar 2 pouches boil-in-the-bag brown rice ÛÔ «Â£ É«ÉÂÛ Â »÷ Û»« £ ¢ Û¨ É «  » ó Û Ô« ¸

T E RI YA K I - G L A Z E D S AU S AG ES W I T H SW E E T P OTATO M A S H & S T I R- F RI E D G RE E N S Serves 4 Takes 30 mins Ÿ ÔÉ ¸ Û èÛ £ Û Á» ã «÷ ¸« Û è 750g sweet potatoes, peeled and cut «ÂãÉ Á ¨èÂ¸Û ã ÛÔ »Éô ¢ ã  ãè » ÷É£è ã ÛÔ «Â£ É«ÉÂÛ Â »÷ Û»« Ω tbsp olive oil £ ¢ Û¨ £ ÂÛ ã¨« ¸ Ûã ÁÛ Â »÷ sliced, leaves cut into 1cm ribbons 1 garlic clove, sliced

1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Put the sausages in a roasting tin and pour over the teriyaki sauce. Turn to coat, then bake for 20-25 mins, stirring a few times to prevent the sauce 42

catching, until the sausages are cooked through, sticky and glazed. 2 Meanwhile, boil the sweet potatoes for 10 mins or until tender. Drain and leave to steam-dry in the colander for 5 mins. Tip back into the pan and mash with the yogurt until smooth. Stir in half the spring onions and season. 3 Heat the oil in a frying pan over a medium-high heat, then stir-fry the greens for 5 mins until tender. Add the garlic and fry for 1-2 mins until golden and fragrant. Serve with the sausages and the sweet potato mash, scattered with the remaining spring onions. Each serving contains Energy

2224kJ 528kcal 26%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

19g 6g 26g 2.8g 28% 32% 29% 46%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 69g Protein 21g Fibre 9g

Each serving contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

937kJ 221kcal 11%

4g 6%

1g 3%

Sugars

Salt

20g 1.3g 22% 21%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 41g Protein 5g Fibre 4g 1 of your 5-a-day; low in fat; low in saturates

T sticky teriyaki The sauce made the roasted aubergines something special, and we loved the pickled carrotss

The girls gobbled up the sausages and asked for seconds! We all enjoyed the sweet potato mash too

1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Toss the aubergine with the oil and roast for 10 mins. Whisk the ginger, garlic and teriyaki sauce in a small bowl, then drizzle over the aubergine. Toss together and roast for another 10-15 mins, stirring halfway through, until sticky and glazed. 2 Meanwhile, put the carrot ribbons in a bowl with the vinegar, sugar and a pinch of salt. Toss well and set aside. Cook the rice to pack instructions. 3 Divide the rice between 4 bowls. Top with the sticky aubergine and a pile of the drained carrot salad. Top with spring onions and coriander to serve.


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jamie’s tip You can use any type of mushrooms in this dish – some of the more exotic ones will give you a stronger punch of mushroomy flavour.

MY KINDA MUSHROOM RAMEN Serves 4 Takes 45 mins Cost per serve £1.44 400g mushrooms (see tip, above) 6cm piece of ginger bunch of spring onions 4 garlic cloves olive oil 2 tbsp reduced-salt soy sauce 1.5ltrs organic vegetable stock 4 large free-range eggs 300g fine egg noodles 2 pak choi sesame seeds (optional) chilli sauce (optional)

1 Preheat the oven to gas 4, 180°C, fan 160°C. Finely slice the 48

mushrooms and place in a large É Ûã«Â£ ã ÷ V »   »÷ Û»« the ginger, trim and slice the spring onions, reserving the green tops, and peel and bash the whole garlic cloves. Add everything to the roasting tray, mix with 1 tbsp olive oil and a pinch of salt and pepper. Roast for 30 mins or until gnarly. 2 Remove the tray from the oven, add the soy sauce and pour over 200ml of the hot stock, scraping all the sticky bits up from the bottom of the tray. Transfer everything to a large saucepan with the remaining stock and simmer on a low heat. 3 Meanwhile, boil the eggs in a large pan of boiling water for 6 mins. Remove the eggs using a slotted spoon and cool slightly under

running water. Peel the eggs and cut in half. Cook the noodles in the egg water to pack instructions, then remove to serving bowls with tongs. Blanch the pak choi for 1 min in the noodle water, drain and slice in half lengthways. 4 Add 2 egg halves and half a pak choi to each bowl. Ladle over the broth. Scatter over the reserved spring onion tops, and sesame seeds and chilli sauce, if you like. Each serving contains Energy

1548kJ 370kcal 19%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

6.3g 1.2g 3.9g 1.5g 9% 6% 4% 25%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 61.7g Protein 16.0g Fibre 3.9g High in protein, which supports the maintenance of muscle mass


FLEX YOUR FAKEAWAY Check out my easy swaps and additions so you can flex the recipes with what you’ve got and make your fakeaway work for you.

MY KINDA MUSHROOM RAMEN

VEGGIE STIR-FRIED RICE why jamie loves it

You can get this quick and comforting takeaway favourite on the table faster than any delivery. Serves 2 Takes 15 mins Cost per serve £2.01 15g unsalted peanuts 2 garlic cloves 5cm piece of ginger groundnut oil 320g pack vegetable stir-fry mix 250g pouch ready-cooked wholegrain rice with quinoa 2 tbsp hoisin sauce 2 large free-range eggs 1 lime 2 Little Gem lettuces

1 Place a large, dry frying pan on a medium heat and toast the peanuts for 3 mins until golden. Use a pestle and mortar to bash until crushed. 2 V »   »÷ Û»« 㨠£ »«  ginger. Place the pan back on a medium heat with 1 tbsp groundnut

oil. Fry the garlic and ginger for 3 mins until golden, then transfer half to a plate and set aside. 3 Place the pan on a high heat, add the vegetables and stir-fry for 2 mins. Add the grains with 1 tbsp hoisin sauce and toss until everything is piping hot and coated in the sauce. 4 Place a smaller, lidded frying pan on a medium heat and add 1 tbsp hoisin sauce with 2 tbsp water. Once bubbling, crack in the eggs and pop the lid on. Cook the eggs for 2 mins, or until cooked to your liking. 5 Pack the veggie rice into little bowls and turn out onto serving plates for old-school presentation style! Cut the lime in half and click apart the lettuce leaves into cups, then arrange on the side with a little pile of crushed peanuts. Top the rice with the hoisin egg, sprinkle over the reserved crispy garlic and ginger, squeeze over the lime and tuck in! Each serving contains Energy

1984kJ 475kcal 24%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

19.9g 4.2g 16.1g 1.5g 28% 21% 18% 25%

Swap out the mushrooms for courgettes or aubergine, and switch the pak choi for Tenderstem broccoli, mangetout, sugarsnaps or beansprouts. Use a teaspoon of miso paste to enrich the broth for a deeper umami hit, or add some fresh chilli to ramp up the heat. You could also add half a soft-boiled egg, a handful of prawns, leftover roasted meat or cubes of tofu for added protein.

VEGGIE STIR-FRIED RICE Swap out the stir-fry pack for all the usual suspects: broccoli, carrot, mangetout, sugarsnaps, peppers or mushrooms – whatever’s lurking in your veg drawer (or freezer). Go for teriyaki sauce in place of the hoisin, switch the rice for noodles (or use a mixture) and feel free to add any leftover roasted meat, prawns or tofu to the mix.

CHICKEN KATSU BURGER Try this recipe with turkey or pork escalopes instead of chicken. You could add red cabbage, radishes, red onion or fresh coriander to the slaw, or even some apple, pineapple or pear to sweeten things up.

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 56.0g Protein 17.5g Fibre 10.4g Source of protein, which supports the maintenance of muscle mass

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CHICKEN KATSU BURGER why jamie loves it

Rustle up this quick and easy chicken burger, «ÂÛÔ« ÷ 㨠óÉè Û É¢ a Japanese katsu curry. It’s an absolute cracker. Serves 2 Takes 20 mins Cost per serve £1.55

grated veg. Mix well and season to perfection with sea salt and black pepper. 4 Place a large non-stick frying pan on a medium-high heat with 1 tbsp oil and add the breadcrumbed chicken. Cook for 2-3 mins on each side or until golden and cooked through. Slice the remaining buns in ¨ »¢  ãÉ Ûã « ÷ «Â 㨠¨Éã Ô Â before loading up with the crispy chicken and a dollop of slaw and curried yogurt. Serve with the extra slaw on the side. Each serving contains Energy

1786kJ 423kcal 21%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

11.8g 2.8g 11.0g 1.8g 17% 14% 12% 30%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 56.8g Protein 25.8g Fibre 5.7g High in protein, which supports the maintenance of muscle mass

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3 burger buns 1 skinless free-range chicken breast (about 120g) º Chinese cabbage 1 large carrot 4 spring onions 4 tbsp natural yogurt º tsp curry powder 1 tsp sweet chilli sauce olive oil

1 Blitz one of the burger buns in ¢ÉÉ Ô É ÛÛÉ ãÉ Á ¸  breadcrumbs. Carefully cut the chicken breast in half lengthways so you get 2 thin breast pieces. 2 Lay a large piece of greaseproof paper on the work surface and place the chicken pieces on top. Sprinkle over the breadcrumbs, fold the greaseproof paper over the top so the chicken pieces are covered, then bash with a rolling pin to make 㨠Á «  ã cè  㨠¨« ¸  in the breadcrumbs a couple of times to make sure they are fully covered. Continue to bash until all the breadcrumbs are fully stuck to the chicken. 3 Make the slaw by shredding or grating the cabbage, carrot and spring onions. Mix the yogurt, curry powder and sweet chilli sauce together in a bowl and add all the

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S A LT & P E P P E R P R AW N S Serves 4 (as a starter) Takes 15 mins Cost per serve £1.55 vegetable oil, for deep-frying, plus 2 tsp ã ÛÔ É Â Éè ã ÛÔ Ô» «Â Éè 75ml sparkling water 250g raw jumbo king prawns ãÛÔ Û Û »ã ¸ Û 1 tsp ground white pepper ÛÔ «Â£ É«É 㠫ÁÁ   »÷ chopped ¨«»»« Û Â Â »÷ chopped

1 , »¢ »» Á «èÁ ¨«£¨ Û« Û è Ô Â ô«ã¨ É«»  ¨ ã Éó Á «èÁ ¨ ã èÂã«» «ã ¨ Û Ÿ Û ã«Ô «£¨ã D Âô¨«» Ôèã É㨠㨠Éè Û «Â Éô»  ۻÉô»÷ ô¨«Û¸ «Â 㨠ÛÔ ¸»«Â£ ô ã èÂã«» ÛÁÉÉ㨠«Ô ã¨ Ô ôÂÛ «ÂãÉ ã¨ Á«öãè ãÉ ¢è»»÷ É ã 2 tÉ ¸«Â£ «Â ã ¨ Û èÛ ãÉÂ£Û ãÉ »Éô ã¨ Ô ôÂÛ «ÂãÉ ã¨ ¨Éã É«» Éɸ ¢É Á«ÂÛ èÂã«» Ô » £É»  «ÛÔ Â Éɸ 㨠É裨 c ÂÛ¢ ãÉ Ô» ã »«Â ô«ã¨ ¸«ã ¨ Â Ô Ô Â «ÁÁ « ã »÷ ÛÔ «Â¸» »«ã㻠ɢ ã¨ Û »ã Â Ô ÔÔ ÉÂãÉ ¨ ã ¨ 3 D Âô¨«» ¨ ã ãÛÔ É«» «Â ÛÁ »» Û è Ô Â Éó Á «èÁ ¨«£¨ ¨ ã 㨠ÛÔ «Â£ É«É  ¨«»»«  Éɸ ¢É Á«Â èÂã«» Û»«£¨ã»÷ ÛÉ¢ã  c ÂÛ¢ ã¨ Ô ôÂÛ ãÉ Û ó«Â£ Éô»  £ «ۨ ô«ã¨ 㨠ÛÔ «Â£ É«É  ¨«»»« ãÉ Û ó Each serving contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

907kJ 217kcal 11%

13g 19%

2g 8%

0g 0%

1.3g 22%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 16g Protein 10g Fibre 1g Source of protein; source of vitamin B12

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T H A I - S T Y L E D RU N K E N N O O D L E S W I T H P O RK

Serves 4 (as a dipping sauce) Takes 20 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 34p

Serves 4 Takes 30 mins Cost per serve £1.78 £ ÔÉ ¸ »» ã 㨫»÷ Û»« ã ÛÔ É Â Éè É Ô» «Â Éè £ ô« « Ûã« ¸ ÂÉÉ » Û ô èÛ c«£ c«£ Û ã«Ô ÉÔÔÉÛ«ã ã ÛÔ ÛÉ÷ Û è ã ÛÔ Û¨ Û è ÉÔã«É » ã ÛÔ É÷Ûã Û è ãÛÔ Ûã Ûè£ ã ÛÔ ó £ ã » É«» É«É  »÷ Û»« Á Ô« £«Â£ Ô »  £ ã £ »« »Éó Û èÛ¨ ¨«»»«  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ £Ô ¸ ÷ É Â ¨ »ó » £ã¨ô ÷Û Éè £ ãã 㨫»÷ Û»« £ Ô ¸ c Û É &«Â Ûã c¨ « Û«» É Û«» » ó Û É裨»÷ ãÉ Â

1 Toss the pork in a large bowl with ã¨ É Â Éè Û ÛÉÂ Â Û ã Û« 2 Cook the noodles to pack instructions. Drain well and rinse è ɻ ô ã ãÉ ÉÉ» Û ã Û« 3 D Âô¨«» Á«ö 㨠ÛÉ÷ Û¨ Û è (if using) and oyster sauce with the sugar in a small bowl and set aside. Heat 1 tbsp oil in a large frying pan or wok over a high heat until smoking. Add the pork in a single layer and stir-fry for 2-3 mins until golden and cooked through. You may need to do this in batches. Transfer to a plate and set aside. 4 Put the remaining oil in the pan and add the onion, ginger, garlic and chilli. Stir-fry for 3-4 mins, then add the baby corn and courgette. Cook for 3 mins over a medium-high heat until starting to soften. Add the sauce to the pan with the noodles, pork and any juices. Stir-fry for 1-2 mins until everything is coated in the sauce. Stir through the basil to serve. Each serving contains Energy

1693kJ 405kcal 20%

Fat

Saturates

13g 3g 18% 15%

SPEEDY SWEE T CHILLI S AUCE

Sugars

Salt

5g 5%

2.2g 37%

Put 60ml rice wine vinegar, 60g caster sugar, 1Ω tbsp Û¨ sauce, 2 small crushed garlic cloves, Ω-1 tsp crushed chillies (to taste) and 2 tbsp water in a small saucepan. Bring to a boil over a medium-high heat. Reduce the heat and simmer for 10 mins until roughly reduced by half and slightly syrupy. In a small bowl, mix Ω tbsp É Â Éè with 2 tbsp water. Add to the pan and simmer for 2-3 mins until thickened. Pour into a serving bowl and leave to cool before serving with prawn crackers, if you like. Each serving contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

313kJ 73kcal 4%

0g 0%

0g 0%

Sugars

Salt

17g 0.7g 19% 11%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 19g Protein 1g Fibre <1g

CHICKEN SHISH KEBABS Serves 4 Takes 35 mins Cost per serve £1.60 £ »Éô ¢ ã  ãè » ÷É£è ã £ »« »Éó Û èÛ¨ ãÛÔ £ Éè èÁ«Â ãÛÔ ÛÁɸ Ô Ô «¸ ãÛÔ « É £ ÂÉ » ÁÉÂÛ û Ûã  ¶è« Û»« «ÂãÉ ÉèÂ Û £ ¨« ¸  Ûã « ô¨«ã Ô«ãã Û >«ãã» ' Á » ããè ãÉ Â è èÁ Û Â Û»« £ ¨ ÷ ãÉÁ ãÉ Û Û»« É Öè ã

2 Preheat a large griddle pan or the grill to high. Skewer the chicken onto 4 long or 8 short metal skewers. Griddle (or grill on a baking tray) for 10-15 mins, turning regularly, until charred and cooked through. Remove from the pan and griddle or grill the lemon slices for 1-2 mins each side. 3 Toast the pittas, then split open  Ûãè ô«ã¨ 㨠» ããè cucumber and tomatoes. Mix the remaining yogurt and garlic with a little of the remaining lemon juice  û Ûã ãÉÔ ô«ã¨ 㨠Á «Â«Â£ paprika and oregano, then season. Add the chicken to the pittas and drizzle over the sauce. Serve with the griddled lemon slices. Each serving contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

1626kJ 384kcal 19%

4g 5%

1g 6%

8g 8%

1.2g 19%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 39g Protein 49g Fibre 5g 1 of your 5-a-day; high in protein; source of vitamin B3; source of vitamin B6

S P I C E D F RI E S Serves 4 Takes 35 mins Cost per serve 21p

Put 500g oven chips on a large baking tray. Drizzle over 1 tbsp vegetable oil and sprinkle over Ω tsp smoked paprika, º tsp smoked or regular Û Û »ã ¸ Û, Ω tsp dried rosemary, a small pinch of cayenne pepper and º tsp garlic granules ãÉÛÛ ô »» to coat. Bake the chips to pack instructions until golden and crisp. Each serving contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

1036kJ 246kcal 12%

8g 12%

1g 5%

1g 1%

0.8g 13%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 39g Protein 3g Fibre 4g

1 Put 100g yogurt in a bowl with 2 of the crushed garlic cloves, the cumin, 1 tsp smoked paprika, Ω tsp oregano and half the lemon juice and zest. Season, then add the chicken and toss well to coat.

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 47g Protein 26g Fibre 2g

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You can marinate the chicken in the fridge up to 1 day in advance.

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Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Heat 2 tbsp olive oil in an ovenproof casserole dish over a medium heat and cook 2 roughly chopped Red Onions for 8-10 mins until softened. Add 200g Arborio Risotto Rice and stir well. Add 2 x 400g tins Napolina Chopped Tomatoes »» ã«Â ô«ã¨ ô ã ãÉ the rice and stir well. Add 20g roughly chopped Flat Leaf Parsley; stir through. Cover and bake for 40 mins, stirring halfway; 10 mins before the end of cooking add a 150g pack Lemon & Garlic King Prawns. Remove from the oven, season, stir well and set aside to rest for 10 mins. Meanwhile, heat 1 tbsp olive oil in a frying pan over a high heat and fry a second 150g pack Lemon & Garlic King Prawns for 2-3 mins until piping hot. Serve the risotto topped with the fried prawns and 10g extra roughly chopped parsley. Each serving contains Fat

Saturates

11g 16%

2g 9%

Sugars

Salt

10g 1.1g 11% 19%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 54g Protein 19g Fibre 4g 1 of your 5-a-day; source of protein

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Caramel cider floats Serves 2 Takes 5 mins Cost per serve £1.65

Add 25ml dark rum ãÛÔ lemon juice ãÛÔ Tesco Finest salted caramel sauce and a pinch each of ground nutmeg and ground cinnamon to 2 highball glasses. «ó« Á» ¨«»» apple cider ãô  㨠Á » ó«Â£ »«ãã» ÛÔ at the top. Add 1 scoop Tesco Finest salted caramel ice cream ãÉ ¨ 㨠 «ûû» ¨ ô«ã¨ 1 tsp caramel sauce. Top with a cinnamon stick  ÛÔ «Â¸» of nutmeg and cinnamon.

Á» ¨«»» apple cider, Á» vodka 㨠¶è« É¢ limes ã ÛÔ Â fresh mint » ó Û «Â a large jug. Fill 4 copper mule mugs É £» ÛÛ Û ô«ã¨ èÛ¨ « ÔÉè Éó 㨠« Á«ö  ãÉÔ èÔ ô«ã¨ Á» ¨«»» no-added sugar ginger beer. Garnish each with a ¢ Û¨ Á«Âã ÛÔ «£ Û»« É¢ »«Á  thinly sliced red apple. Each cocktail contains Energy

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3 MORE WAYS WITH… CIDER Mulled ]«ÁÁ « ô«ã¨ Ûè£ whole spices such as star Â«Û Â «Â ÁÉ Ûã« ¸ pared orange and lemon peel. Reduce the heat; cook ¢É Á«ÂÛ èÂã«» ¢ £ Âã ] ó «Â ¨ ãÔ ÉÉ¢ £» ÛÛ Û In gravy Swap the wine for a splash of « «Â ÷Éè èÛè » £ ó÷ «Ô 㨠 Ûã« «Â Á ¢ ¯ ¨ ãÉ Â«Û¨

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As a glaze Vèã « ô¨É» £ «Â mustard and redcurrant jelly in a pan. Bring to a simmer; Éɸ ¢É Á«ÂÛ èÂã«» reduced and thickened. ]ÔÉÉ Éó Û èÛ £ Û ¢É 㨠last 5 mins of cooking.

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Apples WORDS BRYONY BOWIE PHOTOGRAPHY TOBY SCOTT FOOD STYLING BIANCA NICE PROP STYLING MORAG FARQUHAR *Source: Guide to cultivated plants by ATG Elzebroek

Do you know your Bramleys from your Braeburns? Read on for our guide to the most popular varieties

HOW TO STORE Forget the fruit bowl – apples are best stored in a perforated £ «Â 㨠¢ « £ K ÔÔ» can quickly turn the rest, so ¸ Ô Â ÷ É 㨠Á cÉ ¢ û slice and blanch, then freeze in  ó  » ÷ ãÉ Á èÔ ¢É ã ÂÛ¢ «Â£ ãÉ ¢ û £Û

EATING VS COOKING APPLES Eating apples are sweeter, and ó ÷ ÁÉ «Â óÉè c¨ ÷ ¸ Ô their shape when cooked, so are better for cakes and tarts 㨠 ԫ Û É Û è Û Éɸ«Â£ ÔÔ» Û » £  ÁÉ ã ã Their sharpness mellows when Éɸ É «¢ ÛãÉ ¢É ô¨«»

GALA ' » Û¨ ó Ûô ã ÉÁ ã« óÉè  Á ã öãè Á ¸«Â£ 㨠Á £ÉÉ ¨É« ¢É Û » Û É ãÉ ÔÔ» Û c¨ ÷ ÉÛÛ ãô  'É»  »« «ÉèÛ Â <« Û K £ Y ô«ã¨ «Ûã«Â ã«ó ÷ »»Éô Ûã «Ô Û TRY Adding to an autumnal apple cake with brown sugar and cinnamon.

GRANNY SMITH First cultivated in the 1860s, Granny Smiths are sharp and very crisp, and ôÉ ¸ ô »» «Â Ûô ã É Û óÉè ÷ «Ô Û TRY Grating along with beetroot and carrot, then mixing with sliced red cabbage and parsley for a slaw. Toss with lemon juice, mustard and olive oil.

GOLDEN DELICIOUS Its yellow-green skin makes this variety Û÷ ãÉ ÛÔÉã /ã ¨ Û Á÷ Û¨ and a very sweet, ¨É ÷ óÉè TRY Coarsely grating and mixing with oats, raisins, apple juice and milk; chill overnight. Serve with berries for breakfast.

BRAEBURN Braeburns are a UK favourite, despite only being discovered in ã¨ Û c¨ ÷ very juicy, with a crisp, clean ã öãè  ã £÷ óÉè TRY Slicing and baking with sausages, potato, onion and sage. Find a full recipe at tes.co/ braeburntraybake.

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BRAMLEY The go-to for pies and crumbles, as they develop è ÷ Á »ã «Â 㨠ÁÉè㨠ã öãè ô¨  Éɸ c¨ « thick skin makes them good ¢É Ûãè £  ¸«Â£ ãÉÉ TRY Peeling, slicing, and gently cooking with sugar and butter until broken down; stir well. Serve with roast pork.

COOK’S TIP

PINK LADY These distinctive blush-pink eating apples were developed «Â èÛã »« «Â c¨ ÷ ¨ ó Ûô ã è ¨  ۻ«£¨ã ûû TRY Thinly slicing and tossing with Little Gem, watercress, sliced £Û  èÁ » »è ¨ Û

Cut apple will brown quickly as it oxidises. Prevent this by putting in a bowl of water with some lemon juice.

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LIVING ON THE VEG PEAR & CINNAMON C U S TA RD DA N I S H PA S T RI E S Makes 6 Takes 45 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 49p £ É Â Éè 190ml oat milk-alternative £ « «Â£ Ûè£ º tsp vanilla extract ãÛÔ £ É蠫 ÁÉ £ « ÷ ¢ ÛÔ Ô«Â ¨ É¢ ãè Á « » ÁÉ ¶è« É¢ Â Ô Û £Ô ¸ ÷ É»» »«£¨ã Ôè Ô Ûã ÷ Ω tsp vegetable oil ãÛÔ Á Ô» Û÷ èÔ £ Û¨ »» Ô«Ûã ¨«ÉÛ É裨»÷ ¨ÉÔÔ

For Derek Sarno, Tesco’s director of plant-based innovation, creating the best plant-based foods for everyone to enjoy is key. Here, inspired by his friend Richard Makin of @schoolnightvegan, ¨ Û ã ¸  ô« ¸ É Û¨ÉÔ » ÛÛ« ¸÷ Ô Ûã ÷ Ûô ã ¢ è«ã  Á«ö É¢ ÛÔ« Û Â Â ãè » óÉè «Â£Û Â ãè  «ã «ÂãÉ ó £ Â ô ¸  ã ã /¢ ÷Éè É 㠨 ó ¢ Û¨ Ô Û ÷Éè  èÛ ã«Â ÉÂ Û Ô» «Â Ô half on each pastry and bake as per the recipe. The pastries will keep in an airtight ÉÂã «Â «Â 㨠¢ « £ ¢É èÔ ãÉ ãôÉ ÷Û 70

1 First make the custard: whisk the É Â Éè ô«ã¨ ã ÛÔ É ã Á«»¸ alternative in a heatproof mixing Éô» èÂã«» ÛÁÉÉã¨ ã¨ Â Û ã Û« VÉè Á» É ã Á«»¸ »ã  ã«ó «ÂãÉ a small saucepan with 30g icing Ûè£ ã¨ ó «»» öã ã  «Â ÁÉ «Â£ ¶èÛã ãÉ ã¨ É«» 㨠 ÔÉè ¨ »¢ «ÂãÉ ã¨ Éô» ô«ã¨ ã¨ É Â Éè Á«ö ô¨«Û¸«Â£ èÂã«» ÛÁÉÉ㨠VÉè ¸ «ÂãÉ ã¨ Ô Â Â ãè  ãÉ ã¨ É«» Ûã«»» ô¨«Û¸«Â£ 㨠 è 㨠¨ ã ãÉ »Éô  ۫ÁÁ ¢É Á«ÂÛ É èÂã«» 㨫 ¸  2 Y ÁÉó ¢ ÉÁ 㨠¨ ã 㨠 whisk in the spread and a small Ô«Â ¨ É¢ ãè Á « ãÉ ¶èÛã É»Éè 㨠èÛã Y ãè  ãÉ ã¨ Éô» Éó the surface of the custard with »«Â£ »Á ãÉ Ô ó Âã Û¸«Â ¢É Á«Â£ ã¨ Â Û ã Û« ãÉ ÉÉ» ãÉ ÉÉÁ ã ÁÔ ãè

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Pumpkin Helping you cut down on food waste, one ingredient at a time

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e may love them in a comforting soup, curry or pie, but did you know that 95% of all pumpkins grown in the UK are turned into jack-o’-lanterns*? This doesn’t mean they can’t still be eaten, but 60% of us throw away the scooped-out Û¨  «Û 㨠ô¨É» pumpkin after Halloween. Read on for our tips and ideas to help you enjoy them beyond the 31st.

CARVING VS CULINARY

MAKE THEM GO FURTHER Almost every part of a pumpkin can be eaten, from the seeds to the skin. The skin is best roasted: it becomes beautifully crisp, and skin-on pumpkin makes a great addition to risottos, curries or salads. Pumpkins also freeze well: dice and parboil, steam or roast, then store in freezer bags. Carved pumpkins should be used as soon as possible, before they begin to droop.

pumpkins are thrown away after Halloween each year* USE IT UP FOR THE FLESH

FOR THE SEEDS

Drizzle diced pumpkin with oil; season. Roast until tender; cool. Blitz in a food processor with chickpeas, garlic, tahini and lemon juice, to taste. Serve with toasted pitta and crudités.

Rinse well, boil for 10 mins, then drain and pat dry. Drizzle with oil, sprinkle with salt, smoked paprika and ground cumin, then spread on a baking tray. Roast for 10 mins or until golden and crisp.

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Carving pumpkins are grown ¢É Û«û 㨠㨠 óÉè but you can still eat them! They have a much milder taste than culinary ones, so are best added to a dish with bold óÉè Û è»«Â ÷ ÔèÁÔ¸«ÂÛ are smaller and sweeter. All pumpkins should be stored in a cool, dry place.


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MAKE IT Personalise this wreath with your own spooky words.

Spooky ideas

Trick or treat? However youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re celebrating Halloween, set the scene with our frighteningly easy crafts, gruesome games and creepy costumes


Web wreath YOU WILL NEED Embroidery hoop Black paint Paintbrush PVA glue or tape

MAKE IT All you need are pipe cleaners and string!

Spiderweb decoration É ÛÉ¢ã ãÉ÷ Ûãè £ Card Toy spiders Ribbon Take 1 circle of the embroidery hoop and paint it black. Once dry, paste glue around 㨠ÉèãÛ« £ Û Vè»» ã¨ É ô É Ûãè £ taut so that it’s thin, then place it over the hoop so it looks like a web. Once the glue is ÷ èã É ö ÛÛ ô «Â£ c ¸ Ô« É¢ card and write a scary word in pencil. Tear the word out and draw on spiderwebs, then stick it on the centre of the web. Finish with a length of ribbon and bow to hang in place.

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BOO BINGO Gather friends online for a full haunted house! There are lots of Halloween bingo-themed ã ÁÔ» ã Û É V«Âã Ûã ÛÉ Ô «Âã É a ‘card’, or make your own. LUCKY DIP! Cooked too much spaghetti? Pop it into a bowl and stir in some plastic spiders, eyeballs or similar. Blindfold the gamer, then see how many «ã ÁÛ ã¨ ÷   «Â Û ÉÂ Û SPOOKY SCAVENGERS Instead of trick or treating, try a scavenger hunt. Hide creepy objects for tricks and bagged sweets for treats around your garden or house. 82

Pipe-cleaner spiders YOU WILL NEED 4 pipe cleaners Pencil Scissors String Hold the pipe cleaners together and fold them at the centre, then wrap around a pencil to create a circle. Remove the pencil, then make a second circle in the same ô ÷ »Éô 㨠Ûã ÛÉ ÷Éè ¨ ó  8 shape with legs. Take each leg in turn and push it through the bottom ‘O’, from top through to the bottom. Trim the legs so they’re the same length, then bend them into position. Thread string through the top ‘O’ to hang, then squeeze to close, so there’s no gap in the head.


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Broomsticks YOU WILL NEED Lots of small thin sticks 2 elastic bands One large straight-ish branch String Gather up the sticks, so the thicker ends are all level at the bottom and the thin ends at the top splay outwards. Wrap 2 elastic bands around the thicker base, one near the end and one further in. Push the straight branch into the middle of the thin sticks until it’s further in than the top elastic band. Wrap string around the bristles of the broomstick between the 2 elastic bands. Be sure to tie it tight so they won’t fall out.

MAKE IT Go on a spooky scavenger hunt to collect your craft material.

TOP TIP To create an authentic look, try to use fallen sticks from the same kind of tree for the bristles.

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Pillowcase and jumper pumpkins

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before heading outside to start your scavenger hunt. Hang outdoor string lights in trees

and give everyone torches to help them locate their ghoulish Â Û ã «£¨ã with a Halloween stargazing session. Grab a blanket and set up a cosy spot outside. There’s plenty to see with the naked eye, but a pair of binoculars will obviously help you see more. Download a stargazing or astronomy app to guide you – Universe2go is free with audio narration.

From the inside, gather up the neck of the jumper and tie it closed with an elastic band. Pull the arms inside the jumper and place a pillow inside. Gather up the base of the jumper and tie with an elastic band. Take a long piece of string and wrap it tightly around the shape 6 times, pulling tight to create the lines of the pumpkin. Pull the creases to the bottom and position the arm holes at the back. Tie closed, then cover the top stalk with string. Finish off with a green pipe cleaner wrapped around the base of the stalk and curled at the end.

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From the inside, gather one-third of the pillowcase and tie an elastic band around it. This is the bottom of the pumpkin. Take a pillow and push each corner in, then place it inside the pillowcase. Tie closed with an elastic band so you only have 5-10cm of ‘stalk’ at the top. Then take a long piece of string and wrap it tightly around the shape 6 times, pulling tight each time, to create the lines of the pumpkin. Tie closed, then cover the top stalk with string. Finish with a green pipe cleaner wrapped around the base of the stalk and curled at the end.

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HIT THE BEACH Some of the best wildlife spotting and rock pooling can be done during the blustery months. Try Whistling Sands in Wales or Moray in Scotland for dolphin spotting. Beachcombing is also better after stormy weather. So wrap up warm, carry a small bag or pot for your Â Û Û ô »» Û ¨  sanitiser), and get combing for acorn barnacles and fossils.

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SCREAM IF YOU WANT TO GO FASTER If 2020 hasn’t already been enough of a rollercoaster for you, adrenaline junkies can head to one of the reopened theme parks for a few more (controlled) twists and turns. You must pre-book tickets, and social distancing measures are in place to ensure safe queuing and avoid congestion, but you can use your Clubcard points to buy tickets to parks including Alton Towers (left), Chessington World of Adventures and Legoland.

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We’re aiming to remove one billion pieces of plastic from the business James Bull, Tesco head of packaging

How Tesco is continuing to reduce plastic packaging, and how we can all do our bit too

In the last 18 months Tesco has been working hard in the background to remove millions of pieces of plastic from the food chain. This includes doing away with items such as the plastic lids on 300ml own-label cream and crème fraîche pots, saving 34.4 million pieces of plastic a year, and removing the plastic used for grocery multipacks such as baked beans, saving a further 67 million pieces of plastic. Furthermore, doing away with plastic wrappings on Tesco Fox & Ivy and own-brand bedding products has saved a further 4.2 million pieces of plastic to date.

REDUCE Where packaging serves an important purpose, Tesco is reducing it in size in order to use as little material as possible. Reviewing the packaging of every single product revealed a huge opportunity. For example, using 23% less packaging on just one line of multibuy crisps has removed 5 tonnes of packaging. And the design and bottle of Tesco own-brand chilled fruit juice has been modified, saving about 410 tonnes of plastic a year.

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Back in 2018, Tesco asked its suppliers to stop using the hardest-to-recycle materials in their packaging. Since then, over 10,000 tonnes of hard-to-recycle packaging has been removed. So say goodbye to black plastic in ready meals and polystyrene in pizza trays and ice cream tubs. Even plastic bags, which are not usually recycled at kerbside, are now being recycled by Tesco. Simply take your used Tesco plastic carrier bags to any of the larger stores and Tesco will replace it for free and recycle your old bag. You’ll also find a number of other recycling services available in large stores.

Reuse is a vital part of the 4R packaging plan. In a UK first, Tesco has teamed up with Loop to launch an online shopping service that delivers to your door products in reusable, durable packaging. To find out how you can get involved, visit tesco.com/groceries/ en-GB/zone/loop. Tesco’s efforts to reuse wherever possible go beyond grocery shopping – F&F is committed to reusing plastic too; look out for the Reuse bins now in store, where you can leave your plastic hangers to be reused again and again.

Tesco will continue to work to transform packaging and the 4R team is looking at even more ways to Remove, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Look out for the ‘R’ logo on the front of the packaging and in stores, so you can see the progress made.

How you can help Reuse your Bag for Life as much as possible. When on the go, carry a reusable coffee cup or flask, or bring your own bottle of water or juice. Visit tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/zone/4Rs for a guide to recycling and explanation of the symbols.


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Packaging: the lowdown

We’re aiming to remove one billion pieces of plastic from the business James Bull, Tesco head of packaging

How Tesco is continuing to reduce plastic packaging, and how we can all do our bit too

In the last 18 months Tesco has been working hard in the background to remove millions of pieces of plastic from the food chain. This includes doing away with items such as the plastic lids on 300ml own-label cream and crème fraîche pots, saving 34.4 million pieces of plastic a year, and removing the plastic used for grocery multipacks such as baked beans, saving a further 67 million pieces of plastic. Furthermore, doing away with plastic wrappings on Tesco Fox & Ivy and own-brand bedding products has saved a further 4.2 million pieces of plastic to date.

REDUCE Where packaging serves an important purpose, Tesco is reducing it in size in order to use as little material as possible. Reviewing the packaging of every single product revealed a huge opportunity. For example, using 23% less packaging on just one line of multibuy crisps has removed 5 tonnes of packaging. And the design and bottle of Tesco own-brand chilled fruit juice has been modified, saving about 410 tonnes of plastic a year.

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Back in 2018, Tesco asked its suppliers to stop using the hardest-to-recycle materials in their packaging. Since then, over 10,000 tonnes of hard-to-recycle packaging has been removed. So say goodbye to black plastic in ready meals and polystyrene in pizza trays and ice cream tubs. Even plastic bags, which are not usually recycled at kerbside, are now being recycled by Tesco. Simply take your used Tesco plastic carrier bags to any of the larger stores and Tesco will replace it for free and recycle your old bag. You’ll also find a number of other recycling services available in large stores.

Reuse is a vital part of the 4R packaging plan. In a UK first, Tesco has teamed up with Loop to launch an online shopping service that delivers to your door products in reusable, durable packaging. To find out how you can get involved, visit tesco.com/groceries/ en-GB/zone/loop. Tesco’s efforts to reuse wherever possible go beyond grocery shopping – F&F is committed to reusing plastic too; look out for the Reuse bins now in store, where you can leave your plastic hangers to be reused again and again.

Tesco will continue to work to transform packaging and the 4R team is looking at even more ways to Remove, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Look out for the ‘R’ logo on the front of the packaging and in stores, so you can see the progress made.

How you can help Reuse your Bag for Life as much as possible. When on the go, carry a reusable coffee cup or flask, or bring your own bottle of water or juice. Visit tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/zone/4Rs for a guide to recycling and explanation of the symbols.


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Savvy savings for Christmas How can you cut the cost of Christmas without cutting down on the fun? SET UP A CHRISTMAS CUPBOARD Make a list of who you need to buy for and what they might like, so if you see anything on sale, you can grab it and put it in a dedicated Christmas cupboard. Buying lots of presents in the autumn sales, for instance, can really help reduce your gift bill. From the smallest treats like chocs and biscuits, to larger items such as Xbox games, you can save yourself a lot of cash. And it’s never too early to start!

Gift cards are one of the most popular pressies because they’re quick and easy, but did you know you can make a saving too? At cardyard.co.uk you can buy gift cards at discounted prices of up to 20%. You can also sell any unwanted gift cards and put the cash towards your Christmas fund.

Spend October baking and freezing food for Christmas. Not only will it put you in a fantastic festive mood, you’ll save on stress and spread the cost too. Homemade mince pies can be frozen, then popped straight in the oven whenever you fancy. Home-baked £ÉÉ « Û »ÛÉ Á ¸ ¢É É » £«¢ãÛ visit tesco.com/recipes for inspiration.


CUT THE WRAP A lot of giftwrap can’t be recycled – often paper that has foil, glitter or a plastic coating. Even the sticky tape we use to secure it isn’t recyclable. So keep gift boxes and bags you’ve been given and reuse them for other people’s gifts. Or use old wrap, newspaper or magazines to create your own giftwrap. Consider wrapping one present in another present, such as a scarf or a T-shirt. If you do decide to stick with giftwrap, check out Tesco’s great range. Gone is the glitter, and all paper and foil used in its giftwrap, cards and bags are recycled. Even the Christmas crackers no longer contain plastic, so there’s lots to be merry about!

2 in 5 people set a price limit on Christmas spending with friends and family last year* WHAT’S ON OFFER? Now’s a great time to make the most of any Clubcard vouchers that you’ve saved. As well as counting them up and putting them towards your big Christmas shop, you can also triple the value of your vouchers with Reward Partners. An exciting day out, a magazine subscription, dining out and home essentials can all be great Christmas gift ideas. See what’s on É ã ã Û É ÉÁ clubcard. Don’t forget to check out sites like topcashback.co.uk and quidco.com too, which have cashback É Û ô«ã¨ ô« range of retailers.

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MAKE A MEMORY This year, why not consider days out over the festive period? Rather than buying gifts for everyone, spending time together on walks along coastlines or through forests, or hiking over hills, will create amazing memories. Search online for Ordance Survey’s Christmas walks guide, then choose a walk with your family. Any gifts that are given could be handmade – such as food to enjoy on the day, knitted hats and scarves to wear, or framed photos that have been snapped during your day out.

PLANNING FOR DISCOUNT DAYS Don’t miss an opportunity to make the most of your cash. October can be a great month to pick up a bargain, so check with your favourite stores for their online sale dates. Don’t forget to make a list of what you want, rather than blindly searching sites on the day – you’ll only lose time and money or end up buying items you don’t need. It’s not just clothes and gifts you can plan for. Another great idea is to start looking out ¢É »÷ « É Û on events, and checking out Tesco’s Festive Food To Order service, available at ã Û É ÉÁ ¢ Ûã«ó food (see p62). Create a list, make room in your freezer, then spread the cost and buy one or two extra items during your weekly shops. When Christmas arrives, you’ll have a great selection of party food to share with family and friends.

THE APPS TO STAY ON TRACK MANAGE CHRISTMAS If you want to stick to a budget, remember gift ideas during the year and keep track of the presents you’ve bought, this is the app for you.

MONEY ADVICE SERVICE Check out the online Christmas planner at moneyadviceservice. org.uk. It’s a great way to work out a festive budget.

SPLID This intriguingly named app will allow you to split bills (not friendships) by helping you keep on top of settling expenses.

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Mini stuffing & chutney sausage rolls Makes 20 Takes 45 mins plus chilling Cost per serve 32p

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Brush the border with a little beaten egg. Roll up the sausage roll from the long edge, tucking in the ends as you go. The sealed edge should naturally roll underneath, but if not, «Ô Éó ãÉ Û«ã Û Á Û« Éô Repeat with the remaining pastry strip and sausagemeat. Chill for at least 15 mins, or up to 6 hrs. Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. èã ¨ É»» «ÂãÉ Ÿ ÛÁ »» É»»Û Score the tops a couple of times, then brush all over with the egg; sprinkle with poppy seeds. Bake for Á«ÂÛ èÂã«» Éɸ 㨠É裨 crisp and golden. Rest for 5 mins, then serve with extra chutney.

Tesco Finest Sage & Red Onion Stuffing Mix 130g, £1.40 (£1.08/100g)

Tesco Finest Ready Rolled Puff Pastry 320g, £2 (63p/100g)

Tesco Finest Red Onion Chutney 230g, £1.50 (65p/100g)

Each sausage roll contains Energy

598kJ 144kcal 7%

Fat

Saturates

9g 4g 13% 22%

Sugars

Salt

2g 2%

0.3g 6%

of the reference intake. See page 105. Carbohydrate 9g Protein 6g Fibre 1g

Tesco Finest Chilli Relish 295g, £1.50 (51p/100g)

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Mix a 350g pack Tesco Finest pork sausagemeat with 90g Tesco &«Â Ûã Û £ É«É Ûãè £ mix (from a 130g pack) and a large pinch each of smoked paprika and black pepper. On a baking sheet, unroll a 320g sheet Tesco Finest ÷ É»» Ôè Ô Ûã ÷ on its paper and halve lengthways to form 2 long strips of pastry. Transfer 1 strip to a second sheet of baking paper and set aside in the fridge. VÉÛ«ã«É 㨠Ûã Ô Ûã ÷ Ûã «Ô ÛÉ a long edge is closest to you and spread with 1 tbsp Tesco Finest red onion chutney (or Tesco Finest chilli relish) in a strip along the nearest long edge, leaving a 2cm border. Press half the sausagemeat mixture into a sausage shape on top. Lightly spread another 1 tbsp chutney on top of the sausagemeat.


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