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Christmas or Easter? I have to be honest, Easter wins for me every time. Everyone’s more relaxed, the days are brighter, and ÷Éè £ ã ãÉ »» ÷Éè ¨ÉÁ ô«ã¨ è ¨ Û and bunches of

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on breakfast to linger over – make silky scrambled eggs to feed a crowd, or try our tofu scramble (p38). Squeeze everyone round the table for your best-ever lamb roast (p41): we’ve paired ours with slowroast tomatoes and pesto potatoes for a fresh spin. And in the spirit of milking the long weekend, you could invite friends over for a è

ã too – our recipes (p54) are perfect for sharing. Keep the kids

entertained and get them to help you bake our cute hot cross bunnies (p51), or paint pebbles with spring designs for a gorgeous table setting – see our Easter crafts (p88), which are inspired by nature. Speaking of which, our gardening feature (p92) gives easy ways to spruce up your outdoor space. Now, have I forgotten something? Oh, yes. Chocolate! Obviously you’ll be hiding eggs around the (just tidied) garden for the kids, but we’ve reserved a few recipes for the grown-ups to try too (p59). Happy Easter! Join the conversation

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CONTENTS

FOOD 8 OUR RECIPES

LIVING

50 MINI BAKES Time for some fun and creativity in the kitchen

Every recipe, at a glance

54 MADE TO SHARE 13 IN SEASON Great dishes using March’s best ingredients

Impress guests with this Û÷ è ã Ûã÷» ¢ Ûã

10 JOIN THE CONVERSATION

Learn contouring, strobing and baking to achieve ô» ÛÛ »Éɸ«Â£ Û¸«Â

Your emails, pictures, social posts and tweets

101 TRIED AND TESTED

23 THIS MONTH

18 FOOD LOVE STORIES

59 THE GROWN-UP The best things to eat, GUIDE TO CHOCOLATE do and try in March

Helen’s ‘homecoming’ lamb hits the spot

The skills of a chocolatier aren’t so hard to master

20 VARIETIES

64 MASTERCLASS

Learn the facts about pastry’s many guises

How to bake a rich, spiced Ôè»» Ô ã ¸ »É ¢ ¸

33 THE ULTIMATE SPRING PIE

66 MAKE MORE OF IT

31 POWER DOWN

COVER RECIPE LUCY O’REILLY COVER PHOTOGRAPHY TOBY SCOTT FOOD STYLING BIANCA NICE PROP STYLING JENNY IGGLEDEN

The latest on energy drinks

Our take on the classic cheese and onion pie

Get the most from a joint of meat with these tips

Derek Sarno reveals more about Wicked Kitchen and shares his breakfast recipe

Start with our delightful tip for displaying tulips

105 PRIZE DRAW

88 BACK TO NATURE Simple Easter crafts inspired by nature

You could win a dream family holiday to Florida. What are you waiting for?

106 IT’S OK TO... 92 TIME TO GARDEN

81 DINNER FOR TWO

Go on, give your outdoor space some TLC

Get cracking with these eggcellent recipes!

94 ALL YOU NEED IS…

84 5 INGREDIENT… Transform a handful of items into midweek meals

48 BOTTLE BANK Discover a new wine for the Easter weekend

103 SPRING CLEAN YOUR CASH

87 BRING IN SPRING

Lighter comfort food

41 EASTER FEAST A spring twist on the traditional roast dinner

Will these face masks leave your skin silky ÛÁÉÉ㨠t  Éèã

» ã¨ÉÛ Â Â « » cobwebs with some top ÁÉ ÷ Û ó«Â£ ã«ÔÛ

73 EVERYDAY EASY 37 LIVING ON THE VEG

98 NO FILTER

…do whatever it takes to make it to spring. You can do it!

…a pair of trainers. We join a mum on her mission to ¶É£ É ãÉ ãã ã ÛÛ

96 READY, SET, GO! 85 LEFTOVERS Ideas to use everything up

Sign up to Race For Life and help beat cancer

Insider advice on how to cheat flawless skin, p98

Get crafty and bring spring indoors on p88

to go with Bake these zesty rosemary biscuits p17 your afternoon cuppa,

Turn to p50 for some fun Easter bakes!

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43 75 13 Snacks, sides & sauces DF Û« Â Ûã÷» Û» ô 85 Cabbage steaks with crispy pancetta & Parmesan 16 GF New potatoes with creamy basil & GF spinach pesto 43 DF GF Pan-fried beans 85 DF GF Papaya & mango chutney 13 DF GF Slow-roasted tomato salad 43 DF GF Sweet pea salad 56

Poultry Chicken & chorizo traybake 70 Chicken & pesto pizzas 70 Turkey polpette 76 DF

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Meat Beef massaman curry 69 Chilli beef nachos 85 GF Crunchy lettuce cups 85 DF GF English breakfast shakshuka 82 DF Five-spice pork stir-fry 67 DF Greek salad wraps 85 Helen’s ‘homecoming’ lamb 18 Korean-style beef bibimbap 82 DF Lamb & potato hash 85 DF Lamb & spring greens wreath 56 Lighter toad-in-the hole 74 Pork Milanese & spaghetti 66 Roast leg of lamb stuffed with watercress & anchovies 43 DF Slow-roasted beef with mustard potatoes 68 Steak with rainbow chips & salsa verde 75 DF GF

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82 Fish Cheat’s citrus gravadlax 42 DF GF Seed & grain kedgeree 78 DF GF Thai-style coconut-crusted cod 14 DF GF

Vegetarian è £«Â û¨Éè£ ££ ¢» ã Û 82 Greek potato gratin 56 Indian bhaji naan pockets 84 DF Mixed vegetable stir-fry 85 Posh mushrooms on toast 15 Quick feta linguine 85 GF Saag paneer omelette 82 Savoury carrot & parsnip cake 45 DF GF

Spicy quinoa-stuffed courgettes 84

Sweet treats, baking & drinks Cinnamon, cardamom & hazelnut babka 64 DF Easy berry pie 27 Hot cross bunnies 51 Lemon meringue brûlée tart 45 Marbled chocolate ‘puddles’ 60 DF GF Meringue chicks 53 Mini Easter egg choux buns with raspberry & vanilla cream 51 Mirror-glazed cheesecake 62 GF Orange hot chocolate 85 Raspberry crunch bars 85 Rosemary shortbreads with lemon icing 17 Rough puff pastry 20 GF Salted caramel truffles 61

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The ultimate cheese & onion pie 33 Tofu scramble with potato, spinach & DF shiitake hash 38 DF Vegan moussaka 77

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MARCH HARVEST

IN SEASON

Turn March’s best produce into something mar vellous with these delightful recipes

Papaya This tropical fruit, which hails from the hottest parts of the Americas, is delicious in sweet and savoury recipes. >Éɸ ¢É ¢ è«ãÛ ô«ã¨ ÛÁÉÉ㨠Á skin and an even yellow tone. Streaks of green indicate the fruit isn’t ripe. Try using in place of mango – they have a similar sweetness and texture.

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PA PAYA & M A N G O C H U T N E Y

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To sterilise glass jars, wash in hot, soapy water and rinse well. Dry in the oven for 15-20 mins at gas 1, 140°C, fan 120°C until hot and completely dry. Boil metal lids and rubber seals for 10 mins, then leave to dry

Makes 450g Takes 50 mins Cost per serve 8p

1 tbsp vegetable oil É«É  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ Á Ô« £«Â£ Ô »   »÷ £ ã ¨«»»« Û Â Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ ÁÉÁ ÔÉ Û »«£¨ã»÷ èÛ¨ «Â ÁÉ Ûã« ¸ ãÛÔ £ Éè èÁ«Â ãÛÔ Â«£ »» Û Û Ô Ô ÷ Û Ô » , Û Â « Á Â£É Ô » ÛãÉ  « £ »«£¨ã Éô Ûè£ Á» ô¨«ã ô«Â ó«Â £ 1 Heat the oil in a large saucepan over a medium heat. Fry the onion for 5 mins to soften but not brown. Add the ginger, chilli and spices and cook for another 1 min. Stir in the papaya, mango, sugar and vinegar, bring to the boil, then simmer for 30 mins until thick and the fruit has broken down slightly. 2 Spoon into a sterilised* jar, seal and leave to cool. The chutney will keep, sealed, for several months. Once open, keep in the fridge. Each tablespoon (15g) contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

72kJ 17kcal 1%

0g 0%

0g 0%

4g 4%

0.0g 0%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 4g Protein 0g Fibre 0g

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Coconut The fruit of the palm tree, the coconut is a tough nut to crack but once inside you’ll find crunchy, creamy white flesh and a little water, which is lovely and refreshing when chilled. Tesco coconuts are certified by the Y «Â¢É Ûã »»«  £è Â㠫£ 㨠÷ are harvested from forests and farms that follow sustainable practices. Try shaving the flesh into a salad with shredded crunchy veg and chicken poached in coconut milk, then toss with lots of lime and chilli.

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USE IT UP You can add the remaining coconut Ú§ âÈ ¢Ö ÁȺ ÚÀÈÈ⧪ Ú ÈÖ ª cream.

THAI-ST YLE C O C O N U T - C RU S T E D C O D Serves 4 Takes 40 mins Cost per serve £3.56

1 whole coconut or 100g pack fresh coconut chunks 1 green chilli, deseeded and roughly chopped 4cm piece ginger, peeled and roughly chopped 15g fresh coriander ãÛÔ Û¨ Û è 2 garlic cloves, roughly chopped 2 tsp coconut oil 2 limes, 1 zested, 1Ω juiced, Ω cut into wedges É »» ãÛ For the salad ¨«»»«  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 2 tbsp rice wine vinegar 2 tbsp sesame oil ãÛÔ Û¨ Û è 250g pack carrot spaghetti or 2 large carrots, peeled and grated 1 cucumber, halved, deseeded and  »÷ Û»« 15g fresh coriander, roughly chopped É«É  »÷ Û»« 1 If using a whole coconut, preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Bake it ¢É Á«ÂÛ ãÉ Û¨ «Â¸ 㨠ۨ ¢ ÉÁ 㨠shell. Remove, then carefully pierce the ‘eyes’ of the coconut with a corkscrew or skewer and drain the water into a glass. Tap the middle of the coconut with a hammer or put into a plastic bag and crack on a solid surface. Scoop out £ Û¨ ô«ã¨ ÛÔÉÉ 2 In a food processor, blitz the coconut Û¨ £  ¨«»»« £«Â£ É«  ۨ Û è £ »« É ÉÂèã É«»  »«Á zest and juice to form a rough paste. 3 Vèã 㨠ۨ É »«Â ¸«Â£ ã ÷ and spread the coconut paste over the top. Bake for 15–20 mins until £É»  É ãÉÔ Â ã¨ Û¨ «Û Éɸ 4 Meanwhile, make the dressing by mixing the red chilli, vinegar, sesame oil  ۨ Û è «Â Éô» 㨠Éã cucumber, coriander and onion and ãÉÛÛ «Â 㨠Û۫£ ] ó ô«ã¨ 㨠ۨ and the lime wedges to squeeze over. Each serving contains Energy

1258kJ 303kcal 15%

Fat

Saturates

17g 10g 25% 49%

Sugars

Salt

8g 9%

0.7g 12%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 9g Protein 28g Fibre 4g

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MARCH HARVEST

Closed-cup mushrooms Humble white closed-cup mushrooms have a delicate earthy flavour that intensifies the longer they’re cooked. The best mushrooms have smooth white caps without soft spots or brown patches, but imperfect ones are great for soup or chopped up in pasta sauce. Store, unwashed, in the fridge. Mushrooms grow quickly – once a small mushroom is formed it can double in size overnight. Contrary to popular belief, you can wash mushrooms to clean them. Rinse quickly, then pat dry with kitchen paper.

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P O S H M U S H RO O M S O N T OA S T Serves 4 Takes 15 mins Cost per serve 84p

2 garlic cloves, crushed 4 slices sourdough bread, toasted 1 tbsp pine nuts, toasted £ ¢ Û¨ ã » ¢ Ô Û» ÷ » ó Û roughly chopped ã è É«» ãÉ «ûû» ÉÔã«É » 1 Heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the mushrooms for 5–6 mins over a high heat until they begin to brown. Stir in the spinach and cook for 3-4 mins until it has wilted and the liquid has evaporated. Stir in the butter and garlic, season and cook for 2 mins. 2 Divide the mushroom mixture between the toast, then top with the pine nuts, parsley leaves, a twist of black pepper and a drizzle of ã è É«» «¢ è۫£ Each serving contains Energy

691kJ 166kcal 8%

1 tbsp olive oil 300g pack closed-cup mushrooms, halved, or quartered if large 200g bag spinach 15g butter

Fat

Saturates

9g 3g 13% 13%

Sugars

Salt

2g 2%

0.7g 11%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 15g Protein 6g Fibre 4g Source of protein; source of folate; source of vitamin B5

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With its distinctively peppery bite, this cabbage is every bit as versatile as its more glamorous cousin, the Savoy. If eating raw, discard the outer leaves, cut into quarters, then shred finely, discarding the core. Toss shredded cabbage in lemon juice and olive oil for a crunchy salad, or stirfry with a dash of vinegar and pinch of sugar for a sweet-and-sour side.

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C A B B AG E S T E A KS W I T H C RI S P Y PA N C E T TA & PA RM E S A N Serves 4 as a side Takes 40 mins Cost per serve 70p

1 large white cabbage 2 tbsp olive oil 65g smoked pancetta cubes » £ £ »« »Éó  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ ãÛÔ É裨»÷ ¨ÉÔÔ ¢ Û¨ ã¨÷Á » ó Û Ô»èÛ ¨  ¢è» ô¨É» » ó Û 4 tbsp white wine 3 tbsp grated Parmesan

1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Cut 4 thick slices (about 1-1Ωcm) from the middle of the cabbage. Leave the core attached to hold the steaks together. Line a baking sheet with foil and brush with half the oil. Add the steaks and brush with the remaining oil. Season and roast for Á«ÂÛ ¢è»»÷ «Ôԫ£ ¨ »¢ô ÷ 2 Meanwhile, heat a nonstick frying pan over a high heat. Dry-fry the pancetta until just crisp, then add the garlic, chopped thyme and white wine. Cook for 1 min or until the wine has reduced and become syrupy. 3 Remove the steaks from the oven, spoon over the pancetta mix, then sprinkle over the Parmesan and whole thyme leaves. Return to the oven for 5 mins until tender.

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White cabbage

Each serving contains Energy

782kJ 188kcal 9%

Fat

Saturates

13g 4g 19% 21%

Sugars

Salt

7g 8%

1.0g 16%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 8g Protein 8g Fibre 5g 1 of your 5-a-day; rich in vitamin C; rich in folate; source of protein

PERFECT WITH… Grilled pork chops and steamed green beans.

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MARCH HARVEST

RO S E M A RY S H O R T B RE A D S WITH LEMON ICING

Rosemary This fragrant herb is great for perking up dishes as it retains its aroma even after slow-cooking. The leaves are where rosemary stores its scent and flavour; rubbing them before use releases the aromatic oils. Stir finely chopped leaves into softened butter with lemon zest, then freeze in ice cube trays for an instant pop of herby freshness to add to steaks, sauces and casseroles.

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Makes 12 Takes 20 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 15p

50g caster sugar 125g unsalted butter, at room temperature ã ÛÔ ¨ÉÔÔ ¢ Û¨ ÉÛ Á ÷ £ Û »¢ «Û«Â£ Éè To decorate 6 tbsp icing sugar, sieved 1 lemon, zested and juiced ÉÛ Á ÷ » ó Û Ô shortbread) 1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. In a mixing bowl, beat the Ûè£ Â èãã èÂã«» »«£¨ã  è ÷ then stir in the chopped rosemary, Éè  ԫ ¨ É¢ Û »ã «Â£ ãÉ£ 㨠to form a dough, then divide into 12 equal pieces and press into the ¨É» Û É¢ ÂÉÂÛã« ¸ Áè  ã«Â 2 ¸ ¢É Ÿ Á«ÂÛ É èÂã«» »«£¨ã»÷ £É»  Leave to cool in the tin for around 10 mins, then turn the tin over onto a cooling rack and tap to release the biscuits. Leave to cool completely. 3 Mix the icing sugar with 1Ω tbsp lemon juice to make a runny icing. Drizzle over the cooled biscuits, then scatter with the lemon zest and a few rosemary leaves. Leave to set for 20 mins or until the icing is solid. The shortbreads will keep for a week in an airtight container. Each shortbread contains Energy

749kJ 179kcal 9%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

9g 5g 12g 0.2g 13% 27% 13% 3%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 24g Protein 1g Fibre 1g

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WINE MATCH Pair this lamb with a rich red wine like Viña del Cura Rioja Crianza, £6.15.

HELEN’S ‘HOMECOMING’ LAMB

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2.2kg leg of lamb 4 tbsp olive oil, plus 1 tsp extra 300ml beef stock 350ml pack Á Úâ lamb gravy mint sauce or jelly, to serve %ÈÖ â§ Ú ºÚ ò Ö ÖçÚâ handful each parsley, basil and mint,  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ Â ¨Éó÷ »» ãÛ Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ ã ÛÔ Ô Û Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ £ »« »Éó  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 1 lemon, juiced 2 tbsp Dijon mustard 3 tbsp fresh breadcrumbs %ÈÖ â§ ¢Ö ÁÚ £ »« »Éó Û Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 400g spinach leaves knob of butter 400g green beans, trimmed handful each chopped fresh chives and parsley 1 Preheat the oven to gas 9, 240°C, fan 220°C. Put the lamb* in a roasting tin and rub with salt and 1 tsp oil. Roast for 30 mins to colour. 2 Reduce the oven temperature to gas 4, 180°C, fan 160°C. Add the beef

stock to the tin, cover with foil and roast for 1 hr. 3 To make the salsa verde crust, mix the herbs, anchovies, capers, garlic, lemon juice and 2 tbsp oil. 4 Remove the tin from the oven, then increase the temperature to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Remove the foil and brush the mustard over the lamb. Stir the breadcrumbs into the crust mix and press into the mustard covering the lamb; roast uncovered for 30 mins. 5 For the greens, heat 1 tbsp oil in a pan over a medium heat. Cook the garlic for 1 min. Add the spinach, cover, and reduce the heat. Once wilted, remove from the heat and stir in the butter. Cover; set aside. 6 In a pan of boiling water, simmer the beans for 3-4 mins until tender. Drain, season and stir in the herbs and 1 tbsp oil. Toss with the spinach and set aside. 7 Remove the lamb from the tin and rest for 15 mins. Heat the gravy to pack instructions. Serve the lamb and greens with the gravy and mint sauce. Each serving contains Energy

2937kJ 706kcal 35%

Fat

Saturates

43g 20g 62% 99%

Sugars

Salt

7g 8%

3.1g 53%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 16g Protein 66g Fibre 5g

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VARIETIES

PASTRY

Satisf ying to make but also great when shop-bought, pastr y comes in many guises…

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1 SHORTCRUST This versatile, buttery pastry has a crumbly, melt-in-the-mouth texture. The key is to use cold ingredients and not handle the dough too much. Use to make our Ultimate cheese & onion pie (p33).

2 PUFF Making this laminated pastry can be a lengthy labour of love, but ready-made puff works just as well: crisp, light and flaky. It’s brilliant for topping pies. For a spring supper, fill pot pies with roasted squash, spinach and feta.

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3 CHOUX The high water content causes this dough to steam and puff up as it bakes so, once cooked, it is crisp on the outside and fluffy inside. Use for our mini Easter egg buns (p51), or try making savoury choux buns with a rich cheese and herb filling.

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4 FILO This paper-thin pastry is traditionally used in Greek and Middle Eastern cuisine. Stop it drying out as you use it by placing sheets between damp tea towels, and layer up with a light brush of butter. Scrunch and use to top a fish pie.

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A short-cut version of traditional puff pastry, rough puff is easier and quicker to make (see below). It can be used in the same way as classic puff, and tastes just as good in traditional sausage rolls.

HOW TO M AKE RO U GH PUF F Sift 225g plain flour into a large bowl. Stir in a pinch of salt and 175g cold cubed butter. Using a round-ended knife, work the mixture together until the butter is coated with flour (do not rub it in). Gradually add up to 100ml ice-cold water and mix together using the knife, then use your hands to bring the dough together, being careful not to overwork it. Shape into a disc, wrap in clingfilm and chill in the fridge for 20 mins. Roll the chilled pastry out on a lightly floured surface to a rectangle about 30 x 10cm. With the short edge towards you, fold the bottom third up to the middle and fold the top third back over that. Wrap in clingfilm and chill for 15 mins. Repeat the roll, fold and chill twice. When it’s ready, the pastry should not look streaky. Chill it for 20 mins before using. 20

Find lots of recipes using all varieties of pastry at tesco.com/realfood

PREP The secret to successful pastry relies on accurate ratios. Weigh everything very carefully and don’t be tempted to experiment by adding ingredients.

S TORE Most pastry will keep in the fridge for up to three days, or freeze for up to two months for use later.

WORDS CAROLINE MORRISH RECIPE HEATHER WHINNEY PHOTOGRAPHY GARETH MORGANS FOOD STYLING KATHY KORDALIS PROP STYLING LUIS PERAL

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TANGY MAKE AN EASTER FEAST TO REMEMBER


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SIDE SHOW Give your Easter feast a twist with these ready-to-cook side dishes Á Úâ U CªÁâ ÖçÚ§ óªâ§ Edamame, £2.60/350g (74p/100g)

Á Úâ CÈÖÈ Á Couscous, £2.10/ 265g (79p/100g)

EASTER LUNCH FOR TWO Just the two of you this year? You don’t have to miss out on the roast - cook D«Âã > Á > £ ]ã ¸Û /200g (£1/100g) , «ÛÔ÷ YÉ Ûã VÉã ãÉ Û /450g (44p/100g), Éã ]ô D Û¨ /500g (30p/100g), and ¨ ¢ Û s £ ã » D » ÷ /280g (71p/100g). Check in store for multi-buy deals. Serve with ĈÁ�ÚâƧ > Á ' ó÷ /350ml (43p/100ml), to bring everything together.

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SECRETSTASH CAKE This rich layered chocolate sponge is smothered with creamy frosting and chocolate curls. But the real treat is that gold-shimmered egg on the top, because it hides a delicious secret… Smash it open and colourful mini eggs will spill out. Ûã ]Á Û¨ ¸ (serves 8). You just need to decide who gets to do the smashing!

EGGCELLENT INDOOR FUN If rain dampens plans for an Easter egg hunt in the garden, switch to an indoor search. Download a free app – such as Easter hunt: create egg trail (Android) – which lets you use your smartphone to hide virtual eggs around your home and create clues to help your kids  㨠Á D ¸ Ûè ÷Éè ¨ ó enough chocolate eggs to swap for the discovered virtual eggs!


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COUNT YOUR CHICKS

CHOCS AWAY Style up your sideboard and Easter lunch table with these kitsch bunny decorations and cute crackers.

Keep kids busy and unleash their creativity by letting them decorate their own Easter treat. These cute new Decorate Your Own '«Â£ ¨« ¸Û for 2 (63p each), come with a tube of yellow icing and a bag of sprinkles so children can personalise their own gingerbread.

Small Flocked Rabbit Room Decoration, £3

ON THE HUNT »ã¨É裨 㨠Éû ÂÛ É¢ Ûã ££Û ãÉ ¨ÉÉÛ ¢ ÉÁ  «Â£ ÷Éè ¢ óÉè «ã «Û Û«ÁÔ» c¨ ô¨É» c Û É Â£ «Û Y «Â¢É Ûã »»«  㫠meaning they’ve all been responsibly sourced. Welcomed by vegans or anyone who can’t eat dairy: Free From Dark Chocolate Egg with Chocolate K £ c è Û £4/120g (£3.33/100g).

Bunny Marquee Light, £5

Set of 6 Easter Crackers, £3

You’ve ’v ve found the perfect eggs, now get your kids to hunt them down. Golden Egg Adventure Pack, £7/545g (£1.28/100g), has a variety of eggs and an activity kit.

The Easter egg you didn’t e know you needed: Giant Chocolate Unicorn, £3.50/200g (£1.75/100g).

SHARE THE LOAF D ¸ » ó ÂÛ Û É ÷Éè afternoon tea break more sociable with the new Tear & Share Hot ÉÛÛ è >É ¢ (serves 6). Just add butter and a pot of tea and get stuck in.


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Serving suggestion.

Try Jus-Rol Chicken & Chorizo Pie this weekend Visit www.JusRol.co.uk


THIS MONTH

Get stuck into Vegetarian Month and try these meat-free dinners.

Mushroom and Ale Pie, £2.50/400g (63p/100g)

Wicked Teriyaki Noodles, £4/270g

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TAKE

TOP 3 VEGETARIAN READY MEALS

Sweet Shortcrust h t t Pastry Mix, 75p/450g (17p/100g)

Medium m Free Range Eggs, 89p for 6 (15p each)

(£1.48/100g)

E A S Y B E RRY P I E Aubergine & Tomato Mozzarella Bake, £2.50/ 380g (66p/100g)

Perfectly tl Imperfect I f t Mixed Berries , £3.25/1kg

FAMILY FUN FOR LESS Theme parks: the kids say ‘yes please’, but your budget says ‘no way’. But did you know you can spend your Clubcard vouchers to get tickets to the likes of Alton Towers, Legoland and Thorpe Park? Scream if you want to go faster!

Golden Gran Granulated lated Sugar, £1.60/1kg

Vanilla P Pod, d £ £2.50

Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Make up 450g sweet shortcrust pastry to pack instructions. On a lightly floured surface, roll two-thirds of the pastry into a circle to line a 23cm pie dish. Trim the edges and chill for 20 mins. Roll out the remaining pastry and cut into strips; place on a lined baking sheet and chill. Remove the pie dish from the fridge and line with nonstick baking paper and baking beans. Bake

Each serving contains Energy

1121kJ 268kcal 11%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

12g 5g 17g 0.2g 17% 24% 19% 3%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 37g Protein 4g Fibre 2g Source of vitamin C

ĈÁ�ÚâƧ Aromatic Gin, £17/70cl

TASTE FILES: GIN Sloe This rich and fruity gin has hints of cherry and almond. It works well garnished with thyme and frozen blackberries. Aromatic Distilled using nine fragrant botanicals, this gin has earthy tones and citrus notes. Try it with basil leaves and pared orange zest. London Dry This classic gin ¨ Û É» ¶èÂ«Ô óÉè with a hint of spice. For a twist on the traditional lemon garnish, try pink grapefruit and black peppercorns.

DF Serves 10 Takes 40 mins plus chilling Cost per serve 52p

for 12-15 mins, then remove the paper and beans. Brush with beaten egg and bake for 5 mins. Drain any liquid from 500g defrosted perfectly imperfect mixed berries, toss with 100g golden granulated sugar and the seeds from 1 vanilla pod. Spoon into the pie dish, then use the pastry strips to make a lattice top. Brush with beaten egg, sprinkle with sugar and bake for 30 mins until golden and the fruit is bubbling.

ĈÁ�ÚâƧ Sloe Gin, £17/70cl

ĈÁ�ÚâƧ London Dry Gin, £17/70cl 27


BOOST YOUR BREAKFAST Stir Bioglan Superfoods into your breakfast smoothie to get some extra protein or vitam vitamins. mins. Choose from Organic Ca Cacao o Powder, £5/100g, Supergreens Powder, £10/70g /70g (£14.29/100g), or Flax & Chi Chia, £5/100g. 5/100g.

THE WAY TO FIVE-A-DAY Fruit for breakfast is a great way to start your day and with a Raspberry, Pineapple & Grape Pot, £2/230g (87p/100g), it’s quick and simple. Use the fruit to top yogurt, or snack on it straight from the ÔÉã ¶èÛã ¨ »¢ Ô ¸ «Û É ɢ ÷Éè ó ÷

GO NUTS New Deliciously Ella Nutty Granola, £3.99/500g (80p/100g), combines maple-baked ¨ û »ÂèãÛ Û¨ ôÛ ¸ almonds, oats and seeds. Stir into yogurt and blueberries for breakfast in minutes. The whole Deliciously Ella range is vegan and gluten-free too!

WORDS BRYONY BOWIE, JO WOODERSON RECIPE BRYONY BOWIE PHOTOGRAPHY GARETH MORGANS FOOD STYLING JENNA LEITER PROP STYLING MORAG FARQUHAR

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WAKE UP HAPPY These potted hyacinth bulbs are planted in chunky, glossy jars. Pop one on a sunny windowsill or breakfast table, keep it watered and, in just a few weeks, it’ll blossom into beautiful, ¢ £ Âã Éô Û Display three together to create a striking display. Scented hyacinth in a ceramic jar, £3 each.

Discover a new you

Sausage saviours Trying to eat well but still craving a sausage sarnie? Malcolm Allan’s Scottish Slimmers Sausages ¨ ó »» É¢ 㨠óÉè but less of the fat, with only 59 calories per uncooked steak sausage and 62 for pork. Available in Scottish stores only. Steak Sausages, £2.50/350g (71p/100g)

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LITTLE HELPS

#notforchildren Tesco has listene d to customers and, this month, will intro duce measures to prevent the sale of energ y drinks to under-1 6s, supp or ting the #notforchildre n campaign

Many brands of energy drink contain 160mg «Â Ô Á» That’s the equivalent of two shots of espresso

69% of 10 to 18 year olds consume energy drinks on a regular basis…

ENERGY DRINK

Energy drinks all carry a recommendation that they are not for children

…and of those, 13% say they have a litre or more in one sitting

Just 250ml of a typical energy drink contains 27.5g sugar – more than a child aged seven to 10 should consume in a whole day

24% of under-10s consume energy drinks – that’s nearly a quarter

ILLUSTRATION GETTY IMAGES

THE TESCO JOURNEY SO FAR 2013

2014

2015

2016

Tesco stopped the promotion of energy drinks in store to under-16s.

Tesco started promoting sweet-free checkouts across all stores.

Own-brand lunchboxsized soft drinks became free from added sugar, and all added sugar was removed from Tesco children’s food ranges.

Free Fruit for Kids was launched in stores. So far, Tesco has given away over 50 million pieces of fruit.

2018 Tesco introduces measures to prevent the sale of energy drinks to under-16s, to support the #notforchildren campaign.

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Start enjoying compromise free cuppas with Arla Lactofree, all the tasty goodness of dairy without the digestive discomfort such as stomach ache and bloating.

Not sure if you’re lactose intolerant? Try our discovery tool at lactofree.co.uk Lactofree Dairy Drink contains 15% of your daily reference intake of calcium. Calcium is needed for the maintenance of normal bones and teeth.


WEEKEND COOKING

The ultimate Winter’s on its way out, but we’re still craving comfor t food! Here’s our take on a classic cheese and onion pie

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WEEKEND COOKING

CHEAT IT

T H E U LT I M AT E CHEESE & ONION PIE Serves 8 cooked pie Takes 1 hr 20 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 54p £ Ô» «Â Éè Ô»èÛ öã ¢É èÛã«Â£ £ ¨«»» èãã è ã ÛÔ É»«ó É«» É«É  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ ÛÔ «Â£ É«ÉÂÛ ã «ÁÁ   »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ » ¸Û ã «ÁÁ   »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ ã¨÷Á ÛÔ «£Û » ó Û Ûã «ÔÔ £ ¨ £ ã £ ¨ Û¨« ¨ Û £ ã ££ »«£¨ã»÷ ã  ÷» ¢ Û » ãÉ Û ó

1 ÉÁ «Â 㨠Éè  ԫ ¨ É¢ salt in a large bowl. Work the butter «ÂãÉ ã¨ Éè ô«ã¨ ÷Éè £ ã«ÔÛ until the texture resembles coarse breadcrumbs. Gradually add 3-4 tsp ice-cold water, mixing until it just comes together (you may need a little less or more liquid, but don’t add too much). Bring the pastry together with your hands and shape into a disc. t Ô «Â »«Â£ »Á  ¨«»» «Â 㨠¢ « £ 34

2 Preheat the oven to gas 5, 190°C, fan 170°C and put a baking sheet on the middle shelf. Heat the oil in a large, heavy-based pan over a low heat. Add the red onion, season and cook for 1 min. Add the spring onions, leeks and thyme, stir well and cook for 2-3 mins. Add 200ml water and cook for 6-8 mins, stirring occasionally, until the liquid has almost evaporated and the onions are soft. 3 Remove the pan from the heat and use a slotted spoon to transfer the mixture to a large bowl, discarding any liquid in the pan. Leave to cool completely. Once cooled, gently stir through the cheeses and half the beaten egg. Set aside. 4 Remove the pastry from the fridge. èã É ã¨« ô Ô «Â »«Â£ »Á and return it to the fridge. On a lightly dusted surface, roll out the remaining ãôÉ ã¨« Û ÛÉ «ã Û » £ ÂÉ裨 ãÉ »» a 20cm-round, 4cm-deep loosebottomed tin. 5 Using a rolling pin to help you, drape the pastry into the tin, allowing the edges to overhang. Gently press the

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Ô Ûã ÷ «ÂãÉ ã¨ Û« Û É¢ 㨠ã«Â ÛÉ «ã ãÛ snugly. Roll out the remaining third of the pastry for the lid. 6 ]ÔÉÉ «Â 㨠»»«Â£  ÛÔ «ã evenly over the pastry case. Use a little water to wet the rim of the pie and cover with the pastry lid. Press around the edge to seal; trim any overhanging pastry. Roll out the pastry trimmings, cut out leaves and twist a length into a stalk for decoration. 7 Brush the top of the pie with most of the remaining egg, then make 2 small slashes in the top with a knife to let steam escape. Arrange the leaves and stalk on top, then brush with egg. Place on the hot baking sheet in the oven and bake for 40-50 mins until golden. Remove from the oven and leave to cool for 20 mins, then remove from the tin and serve with the salad. Each serving contains Energy

1631kJ 391kcal 20%

Fat

Saturates

28g 16g 39% 79%

Sugars

Salt

2g 2%

1.1g 19%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 22g Protein 15g Fibre 1g

RECIPE HEATHER WHINNEY PHOTOGRAPHY STUART OVENDEN FOOD STYLING SAL HENLEY PROP STYLING REBECCA NEWPORT

No time to make pastry? Use a 375g pack of shortcrust and continue from step 2.


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HANDCRAF TED AND BLENDED IN SPEYSIDE IN YEARS LONG-PASSED, DISTILLERY WORKERS WOULD HELP THEMSELVES TO A DRAM USING A ‘COPPER DOG’; A PIPE HIDDEN INSIDE THE LEG OF THEIR TROUSERS. THESE SPEYSIDE RASCALS AND CHARACTERS ARE THE INSPIRATION FOR THIS UNIQUE BLEND OF NO FEWER THAN EIGHT SINGLE MALT WHISKIES, SLOWLY MARRIED TOGETHER IN OLD OAK CASKS. AN EASY-DRINKING SCOTCH WITH RIPE FRUIT AROMAS AND A DELICATE SPICY FINISH. FIRST CREATED IN THE CRAIGELLACHIE HOTEL.

APPLE DOG Try a refreshing mix of Copper Dog whisky with a freshly juiced Granny Smith apple.

F O L LOW T H E D O G @ C OP P E RD O G W HI S K Y

# C OP P E RD O G W HI S K Y

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CHEF AT WORK

Living on the veg Chef D erek Sarno is working exclusively for Tesco to create and expand the Wicke d Kitchen range. Here, he reveals his inspirations and passions Why do you think the Wicked Kitchen range is so popular? It’s delicious, vibrant, colourful and darn good food, that’s why! Wicked Kitchen really sets itself apart and no animal products are needed to do that. I always believed Wicked Kitchen would be a smash hit – there is so much pent-up demand for food like this. It’s geared towards people who like to eat food and make no ÉÁÔ ÉÁ«Û É óÉè &É ã¨ÉÛ »Éɸ«Â£ to eat less meat, well, here ya go!

Why did you decide on a mix of hot food and on-the-go products? I didn’t need fancy market research to see what was needed: it’s clear there isn’t much available at all if you’re plant-based, vegan or just want to eat less meat. People want to eat healthier and not compromise ÉÂ óÉè

Pick a dish… I’d be willing to £¨ã Éó 㨠» Ûã spicy pakora wrap

on the shelf. It delivers the punchy boldness ¢É £ ã £  £É »è ¨ ö

What inspires you? A lot of dishes are inspired by family recipes which are then given a wicked twist. Growing up in the US and living in a Tibetan Buddhist monastery, and now living here in the UK, ¨ ó «Â è Â Á

Do you react to food trends? Û Ô ã É¢ c Û É Û &ÉÉ Á÷ ô always on the lookout for trends. I’ll tell you a secret: plant-based eating is actually not a trend; it’s here to stay and it’s only going to get bigger and become more inclusive…

What’s next? We’re working on the next phase and I’m gonna keep them hushhush for now. Whatever the dishes are, you can bet they’ll be cravable and chefcrafted exclusively for Tesco, with the utmost respect given to the food.

Turn over to ĉÂ� Derek’s breakfast recipe…

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I used to make fun of my brother for eating tofu. b Now here I am working it N iinto a weekly meal, showing him how it’s done! h

Derek Sarno

TO F U S CR A MB L E W I T H P OTATO, S P I N AC H & S H I I TA K E H A S H Serves 4 Takes 40 mins Cost per serve £2.30 £ Ô ¸ Á ãÉ¢è ô¨«ã ÔÉã ãÉ Û Éèã £ « £Ô ¸ ÷ ÛÔ«Â ¨ ã ÛÔ « ÷ ¢ ÛÔ ãÛÔ ÛÁɸ Ô Ô «¸ £ »« »Éó ¨ÉÔÔ ö £ Ô ¸Û Û¨««ã ¸ ÁèÛ¨ ÉÉÁÛ Û»« ÛÁ »» » ¸ ã «ÁÁ  èã «ÂãÉ ã¨«Â «Â£Û ã ÛÔ ¢ Û¨ ã¨÷Á » ó Û ãÛÔ ãè Á « ãÛÔ É«É £ Âè» Û ã ÛÔ Á«ÛÉ Ô Ûã £ K ã»÷ Á÷ K ã & ¯ ¨ ãÛÔ «¶É ÁèÛã Û»« Û ÛÉè É裨 ãÉ Ûã

1 Drain the tofu and pat dry with kitchen paper. Wrap in more kitchen paper or a clean tea towel and put a weight on top (a heavy pan weighed down with tins is perfect) to dry it out. 2 Meanwhile, bring a large saucepan of water to the boil, add the potatoes and simmer for 8-10 mins until al dente. Drain and rinse to cool a little. Set a large frying pan over a high heat and add the spinach. Cook until wilted, then transfer to a colander and squeeze out any excess water with a wooden spoon.

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3 Melt 2 tbsp spread in a second large frying pan. Add the potatoes and 1 tsp paprika, season and stir-fry over a medium-high heat for 10-15 mins until the potatoes are golden all over. 4 Meanwhile, in the pan you used for the spinach, melt 1 tbsp spread and add the garlic, mushrooms, leek, thyme and some seasoning. Fry for 6-7 mins over a medium heat until softened. Stir in the spinach and tip the cooked potatoes on top. Set aside while you cook the tofu.

5 Wipe out the frying pan used for the potatoes, then melt 2 tbsp spread over a medium heat. Crumble in the tofu, then add the turmeric, onion granules and º tsp paprika. Cook, stirring, for 3 mins, then stir in the miso paste and cook for 2 mins, mixing well to evenly coat the tofu. 6 Mix the Oat Fraîche with the mustard. Serve the tofu scramble on the toasted sourdough, with the shiitake hash and a dollop of the mustard sauce on the side. Each serving contains Energy

1946kJ 464kcal 23%

Fat

Saturates

24g 6g 34% 29%

Sugars

Salt

4g 5%

1.4g 23%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 42g Protein 22g Fibre 8g

RECIPE DEREK SARNO PHOTOGRAPHY TOM REGESTER FOOD STYLING JOY SKIPPER PROP STYLING JENNY IGGLEDEN

CHEF AT WORK


Find the Magic. Find the Lindt Gold Bunny. Discover the new Lindt Gold Bunny Flowers Special Edition

Lindt Master Chocolatier since 1845


WEEKEND COOKING

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C H E AT ’S C I T RU S G R AVA D L A X Serves 6 Takes 25 mins plus 1 hr marinating Cost per serve £3.20 Ω tsp fennel seeds, toasted º tsp caster sugar £ Ô ¸ «»» » ó Û Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 2 lemons, zested, 1Ω juiced, Ω cut into small wedges 1 orange, zested and juiced 2 x 100g packs ĈÁ�ÚâƧ wild Alaskan smoked salmon ¢  » è» ã¨«Â»÷ Û»« ¢ ÉÂ Û reserved 1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil To serve (optional) ÷ 㨫»÷ Û»«  ãÉ Ûã soured cream É Â« ¨ÉÂÛ

1 Use a pestle and mortar to crush the fennel seeds, sugar and a large pinch each of salt and pepper. Mix with

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2 tbsp of the chopped dill, the juice of 1 lemon and the lemon and orange zest. 2 Arrange the salmon in a single layer over a large serving plate and spoon the citrus-fennel seed mix over the top to coat. Cover and transfer to the fridge to marinate for 1 hr. 3 Meanwhile, put the fennel in a bowl and pour over the remaining lemon juice, the orange juice and the oil; season and stir to mix. 4 Remove the salmon from the fridge and arrange the fennel slices over the top. Garnish with the remaining dill, the fennel fronds and the lemon wedges. Serve with toasted rye bread, soured cream and cornichons, if you like. Each serving contains Energy

Fat

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Sugars

Salt

345kJ 82kcal 4%

4g 5%

1g 3%

2g 2%

1.6g 27%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 4g Protein 9g Fibre 1g High in protein; low in saturates; source of omega 3

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2152kJ 516kcal 26%

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29g 14g 42% 72%

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2g 2%

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of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 7g Protein 50g Fibre 1g

2.3kg lamb leg 1 tbsp olive oil 1 garlic bulb, cut horizontally through the centre 200ml white wine ã ÛÔ Ô» «Â Éè 250ml lamb stock 1 tsp redcurrant jelly or cranberry sauce %ÈÖ â§ Úâç Á¢ É«É  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 2 large garlic cloves, chopped 1 tbsp chopped fresh rosemary leaves, plus extra sprigs for roasting 1 tbsp chopped fresh mint leaves  ¨Éó÷ »» ãÛ «Â  ¨ÉÔÔ 1 lemon, zested 1Ω x 85g bags watercress

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1Ω tbsp capers, drained and rinsed 10g fresh mint leaves 20g pine nuts, toasted Ω tbsp balsamic vinegar

1 Preheat the oven to gas 9, 240°C, fan 220 Vèã 㨠ãÉÁ ãÉ Û èã Û« èÔ É ¸«Â£ ã ÷ ] ÛÉ ԫ ¨ É¢ Ûè£ Â «ûû» ô«ã¨ ã ÛÔ É«» 2 YÉ Ûã ¢É Á«ÂÛ ã¨ Â è 㨠Éó  ãÉ £ Û ¢  YÉ Ûã ¢É ¨ Û É èÂã«» 㨠ãÉÁ ãÉ Û ¨ èã Ûã«»» ¶è« ÷ ] ã Û« ãÉ ÉÉ». 3 V«» ã¨ É ¸ ã ÉÂãÉ Û ó«Â£ Ô» ã Â Û ãã Éó 㨠ãÉÁ ãÉ Û É»«ó Û Ô Û Á«Âã  ԫ ÂèãÛ «ûû» ô«ã¨ 㨠ó«Â £  Á «Â«Â£ É«» ] ó ô«ã¨ ÛÔ «Â¸» É¢ » ¸ Ô ÔÔ Each serving contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

392kJ 94kcal 5%

8g 12%

1g 5%

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of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 4g Protein 1g Fibre 1g Source of vitamin B6

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Each serving contains Energy

789kJ 188kcal 9%

Fat

Saturates

9g 2g 13% 12%

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Salt

2g 2%

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of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 23g Protein 4g Fibre 2g Low in saturates

SLO W- ROAS T E D TOM ATO S AL AD Serves 6 Takes ¨ Á«ÂÛ Ô»èÛ ÉÉ»«Â£ Cost per serve Ô 2 x 230g packs sweet vine ripened tomatoes, halved 2Ω tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 50g rocket 50g pitted black olives 43


PERFECT WITH… This dish is delicious served with vegan gravy and crispy roast potatoes.

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Serves 6 Takes 1 hr 45 mins Cost per serve £1.30 1 tbsp olive oil £ » ¸Û  »÷ Û»« ã ÛÔ ã¨÷Á » ó Û £ »« »Éó Û èÛ¨ £ Ô Û«ÔÛ Ô »  èã «ÂãÉ Á ¨èÂ¸Û ó £ ã » ÛãÉ ¸ ÔÉã Á èÔ ãÉ Á» £ Ô ¸ Á«ö ÂèãÛ £ Ô ¸ Éɸ Ôè÷ » Âã«»Û ¨ ã ãÉ Ô ¸ «ÂÛã è ã«ÉÂÛ ã ÛÔ «¶É ÁèÛã ã ÛÔ ô«Â ó«Â £ £ ÉãÛ Û¸«Â Ô »  «Û ã¨ Â Ô » «ÂãÉ »É£ 㨫 Ûã «ÔÛ É «Û For the topping ã ÛÔ Ô«Â ÂèãÛ 1 tbsp olive oil Éã Û¸«Â Ô »  «Û ã¨ Â Ô » «ÂãÉ »É£ 㨫 Ûã «ÔÛ É «Û Ô ÛÂ«Ô Û¸«Â Ô »  «Û ã¨ Â Ô » «ÂãÉ »É£ 㨫 Ûã «ÔÛ É «Û ÛÁ »» ¨  ¢è» ã¨÷Á ÛÔ «£Û

1 Preheat the oven to gas 4, 180°C, fan 160°C. Line a 900g loaf tin (ideally 19cm long, 9cm wide and 6.5cm high) with nonstick baking paper. 2 Heat the oil in a large, lidded frying pan over a medium heat and add the leeks and thyme; season. Cover and cook for 10-15 mins, stirring occasionally, until the leeks have softened. Add the garlic and cook, uncovered, for 2 mins. Set aside. 3 Meanwhile, cook the parsnip chunks in a pan of boiling water for 15 mins or until tender. Drain, then return to the pan with 75ml of the stock and mash with a fork. Season to taste; set aside. 4 Blitz the mixed nuts in a food processor with the lentils, remaining stock, the mustard and vinegar, until the mixture has broken down and clumped together. 5 Put a third of the lentil mix in the bottom of the lined tin, pressing it Éô Á»÷ «ÂãÉ ã¨ Û Vèã ¨ »¢ 㨠leeks on top. Arrange half the carrot ribbons on top, then follow with half the parsnip mash. Repeat this layering £ «Â «ۨ«Â£ ô«ã¨ 㨠Á «Â«Â£

» Âã«» Á«ö V ÛÛ Éô Á»÷ ÛÉ ã¨ ã everything is compact. 6 Cover the tin with foil and bake for ¨ ÁÉó«Â£ 㨠¢É«» ¢É 㨠 » 15 mins and adding the pine nuts on a ÛÁ »» ¸«Â£ ã ÷ ¢É 㨠 » Á«ÂÛ É¢ baking time. Leave the cake to rest in the tin for 10 mins, then carefully turn out onto a serving platter. 7 While the cake is resting, make the rest of the topping. Heat the oil in a large, lidded frying pan and add the carrot and parsnip ribbons; season. Cover and cook for 10 mins or until the vegetables have softened. Decorate the top of the cake with the vegetable ribbons, thyme sprigs and toasted pine nuts. Each serving contains Energy

2085kJ 500kcal 25%

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Saturates

Sugars

Salt

32g 4g 17g 1.4g 46% 18% 19% 23%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 36g Protein 18g Fibre 15g

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sides of a 25cm loose-bottomed tart tin. Prick all over with a fork and trim the edges. Chill for at least 30 mins. Put a baking sheet in the oven and preheat to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. 3 Line the pastry case with baking Ô Ô Â »» ô«ã¨ ¸«Â£ ÂÛ É uncooked rice. Put on the hot baking sheet and bake for 15 mins. Remove the paper and beans, then bake for another 8 mins. Remove from the oven then reduce the temperature to gas 1, 140°C, fan 120°C. 4 Whisk the eggs and 200g caster sugar until combined. Whisk in 200ml lemon juice and the zest, then the cream. Carefully pour into the pastry case. Return to the oven and bake for 30 mins. Meanwhile, scorch the tops of the mini meringues with a blowtorch or under the grill to caramelise. 5 Let the tart cool for 20 mins, then carefully remove from the tin. Sprinkle the top with 1Ω tbsp caster sugar in a thin, even layer, then scorch with a »ÉôãÉ ¨ É « ÷ è ¨Éã £ «»» Decorate with the toasted meringues, lemon zest strips and mint leaves. Each serving contains Energy

1229kJ 293kcal 15%

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Salt

15g 9g 28g 0.1g 21% 43% 32% 2%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 40g Protein 3g Fibre 1g

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M E RI N G U E C H I C KS Makes 22 Takes 1 hr 20 mins plus 1 hr cooling

and drying Cost per chick 4p 2 medium egg whites, at room temperature 120g caster sugar (or double the weight of your egg whites) Ω tsp vanilla extract food colour gels, in yellow, black and orange

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Sugars

Salt

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Serves 8 Takes ¨ Á«ÂÛ Cost per serve £1

Serves 8 Takes 1 hr 30 mins Cost per serve 82p

DF Serves 8 Takes Á«ÂÛ Cost per serve

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23g 11g 32% 56%

Sugars

Salt

5g 6%

0.7g 11%

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1458kJ 350kcal 18%

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3g 5%

1g 3%

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Saturates

21g 8g 29% 38%

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Salt

6g 6%

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of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 28g Protein 16g Fibre 2g

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Energy

258kJ 62kcal 3%

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1 Put each chocolate in a separate heatproof bowl. Place each over a pan of barely simmering water, making sure the water doesn’t touch the bowls, and heat until the chocolates are melted. 2 >«Â » £ ã ÷Û ô«ã¨ ÂÉÂÛã« ¸ baking paper. Spoon 2 tsp milk chocolate onto one corner of a tray to create a ‘puddle’ shape about 5cm ô« Y Ô ã ãÉ »» 㨠ã ÷ h۫£ teaspoon, drop a little dark chocolate then a little white chocolate onto the puddles. Use a skewer or the tip of a small knife to gently swirl the chocolates together so that they marble but don’t completely combine. Repeat with the remaining chocolate. Tap the trays very lightly on a work surface to dislodge any bubbles. 3 > ó ãÉ Û ã «Â ÉÉ» Ô» èã not in the fridge as this will cause the ¨É É» ã ãÉ »ÉÉÁ ¢É ¨ Û K solid, store in airtight containers in a ÉÉ» Ô» èã ÂÉ㠫 㨠¢ « £ ¢É up to 1 week. Each puddle contains Energy

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Saturates

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Ganache A smooth, silky chocolate sauce when hot or a dense creamy spread when cooled and set, ganache is made by mixing hot liquid with chocolate. Need to know c¨«Û «Ô ôÉ ¸Û ô »» ô«ã¨ óÉè ¸ ¨É É» ã ãÉÉ Â Â ó £ Â Â « ÷ ¢ «¢ ÷Éè èÛ ¢ ¢ ÉÁ ó « ã÷

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1 Bring the water to the boil in a medium saucepan. Remove from the heat, add the chocolate and whisk to form a smooth ganache. Stir in the Û »ã Á » óÉè > ó ãÉ ÉÉ» ¢É 30 mins, then cover and transfer to the ¢ « £ ãÉ ¨«»» ¢É ¨ Û É èÂã«» Á èã not hard (check every 20 mins after the Ûã ¨ Û ¢ « £ ã ÁÔ ãè Û « 2 Generously dust a tray and your hands with cocoa powder. Using 2 teaspoons, spoon small balls (about ãÛÔ «Â Û«û É¢ 㨠£  ¨ Á«öãè  roll into smooth balls in your hands. Roll ¨ã è É 㨠ã ÷ ãÉ É ã «Â É É powder. Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. Each truffle contains Energy

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158kJ 38kcal 2%

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FLAVOUR TWIST Instead of water, try adding almond or È ÈÁçâ Àªº· È or freshly squeezed orange juice.

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M I RRO R- G L A Z E D C H E E S E C A K E Serves 6 Takes 35 mins plus freezing and cooling Cost per serve £1.36 10g Dr Oetker gelatine, from a 12g sachet 70g condensed milk 100g caster sugar 140g tube Dr Oetker liquid glucose 100g ĈÁ�ÚâƧ Swiss 85% dark chocolate 540gĈÁ�ÚâƧ Madagascan vanilla cheesecake To decorate (optional) 10g ĈÁ�ÚâƧwhite cooking chocolate with vanilla, melted 5g gold confetti or gold edible glitter

1 Freeze the cheesecake for 2 hrs so it is cool enough to make the glaze set. 2 Put the gelatine in a bowl and pour over 50ml cold water. Stir to combine, then set aside for 5 mins to thicken. 62

3 Mix the condensed milk, sugar, glucose and 50ml water in a small pan, then set over a medium-low heat and bring to a simmer. Remove from the heat and stir through the gelatine mix. 4 Put the dark chocolate in a large, heatproof bowl. Pour the condensed Á«»¸ Á«ö ã¨É裨  ۫ ó Éó 㨠top. Leave for 5 mins to melt. Fully submerge the blade of a stick blender in the mix and, holding the blender very still, blitz for 1 min until smooth and free from bubbles. Or, stir very gently to combine; avoiding beating any air into the mix. 5 Leave to cool for 5-10 mins, stirring occasionally to stop a skin forming, until it reaches 33°C. If it goes below 30°C, heat in the microwave for 5-sec bursts to warm up. If making without a thermometer, watch the glaze closely and pour when it’s just starting to thicken, but still pours easily.

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6 Remove the cheesecake from the freezer and place on a wire rack set over a tray to catch excess glaze (see below). Pour the glaze over the cheesecake in a circular motion from the centre until the top and sides are evenly coated. 7 Allow to drip and set for 5 mins. If decorating, carefully drizzle the white chocolate over one side, then sprinkle ô«ã¨ É¢ ãã« É £»«ãã ãÉ Â«Û¨ ¨«»» covered, for up to 3 days. Save the rest Cover the drip tray with »«Â£ »Á 㨠 ÛÖè û ö ÛÛ £» û «ÂãÉ û«Ô èÔ ¢ û £ ]Öè û 㨠« from the bag, then put in another bag. Chill for up to 7 days. Microwave in a bowl in 10-sec bursts until smooth to reheat. Each serving contains Energy

2291kJ 548kcal 27%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

28g 16g 47g 0.2g 40% 81% 53% 4%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 66g Protein 8g Fibre 3g

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Spiced babka With rich ingredients and old-world charm, this easy, pull-apar t loaf cake is meant to be shared C I N N A M O N , C A RDA M O M & HAZELNUT BABK A Serves 10 Takes 2 hrs 15 mins plus 6Ω hrs proving Cost per serve 48p 125ml whole milk 7g sachet fast-action dried yeast £ Ô» «Â Éè Ô»èÛ öã ¢É èÛã«Â£ £ Ûã É£ ô¨«ã Éè ãÛÔ £ É蠫 ÁÉ £ Ûã Ûè£ Ω tsp salt 64

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1910kJ 458kcal 23%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

29g 13g 24g 0.3g 41% 67% 26% 4%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 47g Protein 6g Fibre 3g

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1 To make the sauce, heat the oil in a saucepan over a low heat. Add the garlic and oregano and fry for 20 secs. Add the Worcestershire sauce and tomatoes. Simmer for 10 mins. 2 Meanwhile, put half the pork on a É Â Éó ô«ã¨ »«Â£ »Á Û¨ with a rolling pin to 8mm-thick. Repeat with the other half. Cut 1 piece into 4. Chill the other for the stir-fry (right). 3 Vèã 㨠Éè ££  èÁ Û in 3 separate shallow bowls. Season the pork, then dip each piece into the Éè ££   »»÷ 㨠èÁ Û. 4 Heat a frying pan over a medium heat and add the butter and oil. When the butter sizzles, add the pork and cook for 7-8 mins, turning, until golden and cooked through. Add the sage to the pan for the last few mins of cooking. 5 Meanwhile, cook the pasta to pack instructions. Drain and mix into the sauce; season. Keep over a low heat for 1-2 mins to heat through. 6 Divide the pasta between 2 plates. Top with the pork, watercress and sage. Each serving contains Energy

3065kJ 728kcal 36%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

26g 9g 11g 1.4g 37% 47% 12% 23%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 87g Protein 44g Fibre 6g

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2305kJ 549kcal 27%

Fat

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22g 5g 31% 23%

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8g 9%

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of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 53g Protein 39g Fibre 6g

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One beef roasting joint... S L O W - ROA S T E D B E E F W I T H M U S TA RD P O TAT O E S Serves 6 Takes 3Ω hrs Cost per serve £1.53 3 leeks (about 500g), trimmed, halved lengthways, then quartered 4 carrots (about 300g), trimmed and halved lengthways 2 tbsp Dijon mustard 2 tbsp light brown sugar 1.4kg beef roasting joint (we used topside) Ω beef stock cube, made up to 250ml 1.2kg potatoes, peeled and halved, or quartered if large ã ÛÔ Ô» «Â Éè 2 tbsp English mustard powder 10g thyme sprigs plus extra to serve 1Ω tbsp olive oil

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1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C 200°C, fan 180°C. Put the leeks and car carrots in a large roasting tin. Mix the Dijon mustard, sugar and some seasoning in a bowl and spread all over the beef joint. Lay the beef on top of the veg. Pour the stock around the veg and cover with foil. 2 Roast for 30 mins, then reduce the oven to gas 3, 170°C, fan 150°C and roast for a further 2Ω hrs, turning the meat halfway through. 3 After 1 hr at the lower temperature, put the potatoes in a large saucepan of water and bring to the boil. Simmer for 10 mins, then drain and leave to steam in the colander for 2-3 mins. Return to the pan and sprinkle with 㨠Éè ÁèÛã ÔÉô  ÛÉÁ seasoning. Shake to coat.

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4 Lay the thyme over the base of a roasting tin and drizzle with half the oil. Put the potatoes on top and drizzle with the remaining oil. Roast on the lower shelf of the oven for 1Ω hrs, shaking to turn 3 times during cooking. 5 Meanwhile, once the beef is done, remove from the oven and set aside to rest, still covered with foil, for 20 mins. 6 Cut half the beef into 12 thin slices, reserving the rest for the massaman curry (right). Serve the beef with the vegetables, roast potatoes and extra thyme, with the pan juices alongside. Each serving contains Energy

2030kJ 486kcal 24%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

21g 7g 9g 1.1g 29% 35% 10% 18%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 46g Protein 31g Fibre 6g


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B E E F M A S S A M A N C U RRY Serves 6 Takes 35 mins Cost per serve £2.08 1Ί tbsp vegetable oil 2 onions, chopped 250g Thai jasmine rice 2 x 246g packs 3-step Thai massaman curry kit 400g new potatoes, cut into 2cm-thick slices about 550g cooked roast beef (from previous recipe), sliced into bitesized chunks 175g pack baby corn and mangetout, corn halved lengthways

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1 Heat the oil in a deep, lidded frying pan or wok and add the onions. Cook over a low heat for 10 mins until soft and lightly golden. 2 Meanwhile, bring a large lidded pan of water to the boil and add the rice. Cook for 10 mins, then drain, return to the pan and cover to keep warm. 3 Add the massaman paste to the onions, cook for 1 min, then add the sliced potato and stir until coated. Pour in the coconut milk, add the star anise, then increase the heat and bring to a simmer. Cover, and cook for 15 mins or until the potatoes are tender. Add the beef, corn, mangetout and 150ml water. Cover, reduce the heat and cook for 5 mins until the vegetables are cooked and the beef is heated through. 4 Top with the peanuts and serve with the rice alongside. Each serving contains Energy

2384kJ 570kcal 29%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

27g 14g 9g 1.3g 38% 68% 10% 21%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 87g Protein 44g Fibre 6g

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THRIFTY COOKING

One whole chicken...

CHICKEN & CHORIZO T R AYBAKE Serves 4 DF GF Takes 1 hr Cost per serve £2.37

10g fresh thyme leaves, p plus extra sprigs 2 tbsp oli olive ive oil 500g bag spinach 1 tbsp honey

1 Preheat the oven to gas 7, 220°C, fan 200°C. Put the chicken pieces, chorizo, pepper, onions, sweet potatoes and thyme in a roasting tin. Add the oil and some seasoning and toss well. Roast for 45 mins, turning the chicken once. 2 Wilt the spinach for 3-4 mins in a covered pan. Add to the tin with the honey and mix. Roast for 10 mins until the chicken is cooked through. 3 Set the drumsticks aside to cool, then chill for the pizzas (right). Serve the rest of the chicken with the veg, thyme sprigs and the pan juices poured over.

If you’re just making the traybake, use 1kg chicken pieces on the bone.

Each serving contains Energy

2899kJ 695kcal 35%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

40g 11g 15g 2.8g 57% 56% 17% 47%

CHICKEN & PESTO PIZZAS

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 32g Protein 54g Fibre 9g

Serves 4 Takes 30 mins Cost per serve £1.91

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1 Preheat the oven to gas 7, 220°C, fan 200°C. Remove the meat from the drumsticks, discarding the skin and bones. Unroll the pizza bases on 2 baking trays. Spread the pesto over the bases, then arrange the chicken, artichokes and cherry tomatoes on top. 2 Bake for 20-25 mins until the edges of the dough are golden. Scatter over the rocket and Parmesan, if using, and cut into slices to serve. Each serving contains Energy

2784kJ 663kcal 33%

Fat

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25g 5g 36% 26%

Sugars

Salt

8g 9%

3.7g 62%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 87g Protein 21g Fibre 5g

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MIDWEEK MEALS

Everyday easy

Some new ideas for lighter comfort food

FIVE MEALS, FIVE DAYS, ONE LIST 2 re ed d onio ion nss 1 carrott 1 large yello w pepper 1 large aub ergi 1 large cour ne gette 8 cherry to matoes 1 beef tom ato 220g pack Tenderstem broccoli 75g fresh or frozen pea s 1 lemon 2 x 30g pac ks basil 30g pack co riander 30g pack fl at-leaf par sley 30g pack sa ge 80g bag wat ercress, sp inach and ro 70g bag rock cket et 8 Healthy Li ving Cumb erland saus 395g pack ages Bos 500g turkey well Farms thin cut b eef steaks thigh mince 2 x 280g pac ks smoked haddock fi 300ml cash llets ew milk 25g dairy-f ree spread 4 tbsp natu ral 112g pack ch breadcrumbs icken gravy pots 6 anchovy fille 500g carton ts tomato pas sata 300g whole wheat spag hetti 390g tin gr een lentils 250g pouch red and whi te quinoa 330g pack cauliflower couscous 25g wholem ea 1 tsp fennel l flour seeds 1 tsp poppy seeds 2 tbsp pum pkin seeds 500g pack root vegeta ble chips 350g frozen butternut squash From your storecupboa rd: capers, oregano, d dried ried thyme, eggs, extraoil, garlic, virgin olive ground turm eric, olive plain flour, oil, onions, skimmed m ilk, tinned tomatoes

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LIGHTER TOAD-IN-THE-HOLE Serves 4 Takes 55 mins Cost per serve £1.43 £ Ô» «Â Éè 2 eggs, beaten 150ml skimmed milk ã ÛÔ ¨ÉÔÔ Û £ » ó Û É«ÉÂÛ èã «ÂãÉ Ÿ ô £ Û ¨ » £ ÷ »»Éô Ô ÔÔ Û Â èã «ÂãÉ Ÿ Û»« Û ã ÛÔ É»«ó É«» Ÿ , »ã¨÷ >«ó«Â£ èÁ » Â Û èÛ £ Û Ÿ ¨ ÷ ãÉÁ ãÉ Û £ ¢ Û¨ É ¢ Éû Â Ô Û ¢ ÉÛã £Ô ¸c  Ûã Á É É»« ¨« ¸  £ ó÷ ÔÉã ¢ ÉÁ £Ô ¸

1 Preheat the oven to gas 7, 220°C, ¢  Vèã 㨠Éè «Â Éô» Û ÛÉ  £ è »»÷ ô¨«Û¸ «Â 㨠££Û  Á«»¸ ãÉ Á ¸ ÛÁÉÉ㨠ãã ]ã« in the sage and set aside. 2 Put the onions and pepper in ö Ÿ Á Éó ÂÔ ÉÉ¢ ¸«Â£ «Û¨  «ûû» Éó 㨠ɫ» YÉ Ûã ¢É Á«ÂÛ then add the sausages, tomatoes and peas and roast for a further 10 mins. Y ÁÉó ¢ ÉÁ 㨠Éó  ÔÉè Éó 㨠ãã  Éɸ ¢É ¢è 㨠Á«ÂÛ èÂã«» Ôè  £É»  3 D Âô¨«» Ûã Á ã¨ É É»« ¢É Á«ÂÛ èÂã«» ã  / ÛÁ »» Ô Â Á«ö 㨠£ ó÷ ÔÉã ô«ã¨ Á» É» ô ã  «Â£ ãÉ ã¨ É«» Ûã« «Â£ ÉÂÛã Âã»÷. ]«ÁÁ ¢É Á«Â ] ó 㨠ãÉ «Â 㨠¨É» ô«ã¨ ã¨ É É»«  £ ó÷ Each serving contains Energy

1710kJ 406kcal 20%

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Salt

13g 4g 13g 2.0g 19% 18% 14% 34%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 42g Protein 31g Fibre 8g

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STEAK WITH RAINBOW CHIPS & SALSA VERDE Serves 4 DF GF Takes 40 mins Cost per serve £2.14 £ Ô ¸ ÉÉã ó £ ã » ¨«ÔÛ ã ÛÔ É»«ó É«» Ô»èÛ öã ¢É èÛ¨«Â£ £ ÉÛô »» & ÁÛ ã¨«Â èã ¢ steaks Ÿ £ £ô ã ÛÛ ÛÔ«Â ¨ Â É ¸ ã For the salsa verde £ Ô ¸ ã » ¢ Ô Û» ÷ » ó Û Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ £ Ô ¸ Û«» » ó Û Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ ã ÛÔ Ô Û Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ Â ¨Éó÷ »» ãÛ Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ £ »« »Éó  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ » ÁÉ ¶è« ã ÛÔ öã ó« £«Â É»«ó É«»

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1383kJ 332kcal 17%

Fat

Saturates

19g 5g 27% 24%

Sugars

Salt

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of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 14g Protein 25g Fibre 5g

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TURKEY POLPE T TE Serves 4 DF polpette and sauce only Takes 45 mins Cost per serve £1.24 500g turkey thigh mince 1 tsp fennel seeds, toasted and crushed 4 tbsp natural breadcrumbs 30g pack basil, most roughly chopped, a few leaves left whole 2 tbsp olive oil É«É  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 1 large carrot, diced 2 garlic cloves, crushed 500g carton tomato passata 1 tsp dried thyme 300g wholewheat spaghetti

1 In a large bowl, mix the mince with the fennel seeds, breadcrumbs and 2 tbsp chopped basil; season. Shape into 24 small balls, then transfer to a plate. Cover and chill until needed. 2 Heat 1 tbsp oil in a large lidded saucepan over a medium heat, add the onion and carrot and cook for 8-10 mins until softened. Add the garlic, cook for 1 min, then add the passata and 150ml water. Stir in the thyme and a pinch of sugar; season. Bring to a simmer, then turn down the heat, cover and cook for 15 mins. 3 Heat the remaining oil in a large frying pan over a medium heat. Fry the polpette in batches for 3-5 mins, turning occasionally, until browned all over. Meanwhile, cook the spaghetti to pack instructions. 4 Add the polpette to the sauce and simmer, uncovered, for 5 mins or until cooked through. Stir in the remaining chopped basil. Drain the pasta, divide between 4 plates and top with the polpette and sauce. Season with black pepper and scatter with the reserved basil leaves, torn if large, to serve. Each serving contains Energy

2509kJ 595kcal 30%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

15g 3g 16g 1.3g 22% 16% 18% 21%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 74g Protein 44g Fibre 13g High in protein; low in saturates; source of vitamin B1

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VEGAN MOUSSAK A DF Serves 6 Takes 50 mins Cost per serve 77p

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1 Heat 1 tbsp oil in a saucepan over a medium heat, add the onion and garlic and cook for 5 mins until softened slightly. Add the tomatoes, oregano, 150ml water and some seasoning. Simmer for 15 mins. 2 Preheat the grill to high and line a large baking sheet with foil. Brush the aubergine and courgette on both sides with the remaining oil and put on the baking sheet. Grill for 3-5 mins each side until tender and golden. 3 Preheat the oven to gas 5, 190°C, fan 170°C. Stir the lentils into the tomato sauce; simmer for 10 mins. Spoon half the sauce into a deep baking dish and cover with the courgette, followed by the sliced tomato; season. Spoon the rest of the sauce on top and cover with the aubergine. Set aside. 4 For the topping, steam the butternut squash for 10-12 mins until tender, then blitz in a food processor until smooth. Melt the dairy-free spread in a saucepan over a medium heat; stir in 㨠Éè ãÉ Á ¸ Ô Ûã Y ÁÉó from the heat and whisk in the cashew Á«»¸ Y ãè  ãÉ ã¨ ¨ 㠫£ ãÉ ã¨ boil, then simmer, stirring, for 2 mins. 5 Stir in the squash and season, then spoon the sauce over the aubergines. Bake for 25 mins. Serve with the rocket. Each serving contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

762kJ 181kcal 9%

8g 11%

2g 8%

Sugars

Salt

11g 0.7g 13% 11%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 22g Protein 7g Fibre 2g Source of protein; low in saturates; 2 of your 5-a-day

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SEED & GRAIN KEDGEREE Serves 4 DF GF Takes 30 mins Cost per serve £2.95 2 eggs ö Ÿ £ Ô ¸Û ÛÁɸ ¨ É ¸ »» ãÛ ã ÛÔ É»«ó É«» » £ É«É ۻ« £ »« »Éó èÛ¨ ãÛÔ £ Éè ãè Á « £ ÔÉè ¨  ô¨«ã Öè«ÂÉ £ 軫 Éô ÉèÛ ÉèÛ ¢ ÉÁ 330g pack) ãÛÔ ÔÉÔÔ÷ Û Û ã ÛÔ ÔèÁÔ¸«Â Û Û ãÉ Ûã £Ô ¸ É «  É裨»÷ ¨ÉÔÔ

1 Preheat the grill to high. In a large pan of boiling water, boil the eggs for 8 mins. Drain, then cool in a bowl of cold water; set aside. Put the haddock »» ãÛ É ¢É«» »«Â ¸«Â£ Û¨ ã  season with black pepper. Grill for Ÿ Á«ÂÛ èÂã«» Éɸ 㨠É裨 2 Meanwhile, heat the oil in a large, nonstick frying pan over a medium heat. Add the onion and fry for Ÿ Á«ÂÛ Ûã« «Â£ É Û«É »»÷ until softened and golden. Add the £ »« Éɸ ¢É Á«Â 㨠 Ûã« «Â the turmeric. 3 㨠Öè«ÂÉ Â è»« Éô ÉèÛ ÉèÛ ãÉ ã¨ Ô Â ]ã« ¢ ÷ ¢É 3 mins or until heated through, then ã¨ Û Û Â ãôÉ ã¨« Û É¢ 㨠coriander. Divide between 4 plates. Peel the eggs, then roughly chop. Flake the haddock onto each plate, discarding the skin, then scatter over the chopped eggs and remaining coriander to serve. Each serving contains Energy

1541kJ 368kcal 18%

Fat

Saturates

13g 2g 18% 12%

Sugars

Salt

6g 6%

2.2g 37%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 26g Protein 40g Fibre 5g

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DINNER FOR TWO Make eggs the star of the show with these cracking ideas

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1 large aubergine, sliced into 4-5mm rounds 3 tbsp olive oil 2 eggs, at room temperature 15g fresh coriander £ ¢ Û¨ ã » ¢ Ô Û» ÷ 10g fresh mint £ »« »Éó É裨»÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 1 green chilli, chopped 1 tsp ground cumin 2 tbsp lemon juice É«É ó ÷ 㨫»÷ Û»« Áè»ã«Û ¢É» ã ÛÉ pitta breads

1 Heat a large nonstick frying pan over a medium-high heat. Brush both sides of the aubergine slices with half the oil. Fry in batches for 3 mins each side, covering the pan to keep the heat in and to ¨ »Ô ÛÉ¢ã  㨠ۨ c ÂÛ¢ to a plate and set aside while cooking the remaining batches.

KO RE A N - S T Y L E BEEF BIBIMBAP Serves 2 DF Takes 35 mins Cost per serve £1.43 80g basmati rice, rinsed 2 tsp sesame oil 3 tsp olive oil 125g lean beef steak mince 2 spring onions, chopped 3 tsp chipotle chilli and smoked paprika paste ãÛÔ »«£¨ã ÛÉ÷ Û è 1 lime, juiced 2 eggs ¨ Ô ¸ ¨É« 㨫 ¸»÷ Û»« 1 carrot, peeled into ribbons

1 Put the rice in a medium saucepan and cover with 150ml water. Bring to the boil, cover and Û«ÁÁ ¢É Ÿ Á«ÂÛ Y ÁÉó ¢ ÉÁ the heat, stir in 1 tsp sesame oil; set aside, covered. 2 Heat 1 tsp of the olive oil in a large frying pan on a high heat 82

E N G L I S H B RE A K FA S T S H A KS H U K A Serves 2 DF GF Takes 30 mins Cost per serve £1.71 1 tbsp olive oil É«É É裨»÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 2 rashers thick-cut back bacon, É裨»÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 125g chestnut mushrooms, halved or quartered 1 red pepper, deseeded and chopped into 3cm pieces » £ £ »« »Éó 㨫»÷ Û»« 1 tsp smoked paprika, plus extra to serve 400g tin chopped tomatoes 400g tin haricot beans, drained 2 eggs £ ã » ¢ Ô Û» ÷ ¨ÉÔÔ

1870kJ 447kcal 22%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

8g 9%

1g 16%

25g 5g 36% 23%

Each serving contains Energy

1643kJ 395kcal 20%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

20g 5g 16g 2.2g 28% 25% 18% 36%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 29g Protein 28g Fibre 15g

Each serving contains Energy

1 Heat the oil in a large, lidded frying pan over a low heat. Add the onion and cook for 8 mins until softened, stirring occasionally. 2 Add the bacon, mushrooms, pepper and garlic, turn up the heat and cook for 5 mins. Add the paprika, cook for 1 min, then add the tomatoes and haricot beans. Cover and cook for 8 mins. 3 Season to taste, then use a wooden spoon to make 2 wells in the mixture. Break an egg into each space, re-cover and cook over a low heat for 3 mins or until the whites are set but the yolk is Ûã«»» èÂÂ÷ cÉÔ ô«ã¨  öã sprinkling of smoked paprika and the parsley to serve.

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 40g Protein 17g Fibre 3g

and fry the mince for 3-4 mins until browned all over, stirring occasionally. Add the onions and 2 tsp of the chipotle chilli and smoked paprika paste and cook for 1 min more or until mince is cooked through. Stir in the soy sauce and half the lime juice, then tip into a bowl; cover with foil. 3 Steam the pak choi for 4-5 mins. 4 Wipe out the frying pan and heat the remaining olive oil. Break the eggs and cook over a medium-high heat for 3 mins until the whites have formed crispy edges and are set but the yolks are still runny. 5 Divide the rice between 2 bowls, pile on the carrot, pak choi and mince, then top with the eggs. Mix the remaining lime juice, sesame oil and chipotle paste and drizzle over the top to serve. Each serving contains Energy

1730kJ 412kcal 21%

Fat

Saturates

18g 4g 25% 21%

Sugars

Salt

7g 7%

1.4g 24%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 41g Protein 25g Fibre 4g High in protein; low in saturates

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S A AG PA N E E R O M E L E T T E GF Serves 2 Takes 20 mins Cost per serve £1.50

1 tsp olive oil 100g paneer, cut into small cubes 1 garlic clove, crushed ãÛÔ Â »÷ £ ã £«Â£ 1 tsp mustard seeds £ ÷ ÛÔ«Â ¨ 4 eggs 4 tbsp milk 1 tsp turmeric 20g butter £ è èÁ  »÷ « £ »Éô ¢ ã ÷É£è ã ÉÔã«É » 50g mixed salad leaves, to serve

1 Preheat the oven to gas 7, 220°C, fan 200°C. Heat the oil in a nonstick, 20cm ovenproof frying pan over a medium heat. Fry the paneer for 3 mins until golden; transfer to a plate. Cook the garlic, ginger and mustard seeds in the pan for 1 min until the seeds start

to pop. Add the spinach, wilt for 1 min, then mix with the paneer. 2 Keeping the pan over a medium heat, break 3 eggs into a bowl, add half the milk, half the turmeric and some seasoning. Beat with an electric whisk for 3 mins until it doubles in volume and is frothy. 3 Melt half the butter in the pan, then add the egg. Use a spatula to bring in the edges of the omelette, so it starts to set. Cook for 2 mins. 4 Spoon half the paneer and spinach mix over one half of the omelette; transfer to the oven for Á«ÂÛ ãÉ Ôè èÔ Â Û ã 㨠ãÉÔ 5 While it cooks, mix the cucumber and yogurt with some seasoning. 6 Fold the omelette in half to cover 㨠»»«Â£ Y Ô ã ãÉ Á ¸ 㨠second omelette. Serve with the cucumber yogurt and salad leaves. Each serving contains Energy

1904kJ 458kcal 23%

Fat

Saturates

38g 18g 54% 88%

Sugars

Salt

4g 4%

1.3g 21%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 4g Protein 29g Fibre 2g

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2 Meanwhile, bring a medium saucepan of water to the boil; add the eggs. Cook for 8 mins for medium hard-boiled or 9 mins ¢É ¨ É«» «Â  »» the pan with cold water. Add the cooked eggs and set aside. 3 For the zhoug, blitz together the herbs, garlic, chilli and cumin. When it’s a rough paste, add the lemon juice and remaining 1Ω tbsp olive oil and test for seasoning – it should be a punchy green sauce. 4 cÉ Ûã 㨠ã Û É Ô«ãã  unfold or cut to open. Spoon some of the zhoug on the base, then divide the aubergine and onion between each, layering with more zhoug. Peel and halve the eggs and add them too. Finish with any remaining sauce, close 㨠ãÉ ÉÂ㠫 㨠»»«Â£ and serve.

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ingredient… Spicy quinoa-stuffed courgettes Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Halve 4 Courgettes lengthways and hollow out the middle. Brush with oil; season. Roast on a baking tray for 20 mins. Dry-fry 50g Pine Nuts over a medium heat until golden. Mix with 15g roughly chopped Mint and a 300g pack Spiced Tomato Quinoa. Divide between the courgettes and roast for 10-15 mins until tender. Serve with a 370g bag Sweet & Crunchy Salad. Serves 4 Cost per serve £1.40

Each serving contains Energy

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

1033kJ 249kcal 12%

16g 22%

1g 7%

7g 8%

0.4g 7%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 17g Protein 8g Fibre 5g 1 of your 5-a-day; source of protein

Indian bhaji naan pockets Preheat the oven to gas 5, 190°C, fan 170°C. Bake 6 Onion Bhajis to pack instructions; sprinkle 4 Garlic & Coriander Mini Naans with water and add to the oven for the  » Á«ÂÛ YÉ裨»÷ ¨ÉÔ ã¨ ãÉÁ ãÉ Û from a 120g pot Classic Side Salad, season, then mix with 1 tsp olive oil and 1 tsp Mint & Cucumber Raita Dip. Cut a pocket in ¨    »» ô«ã¨ ÛÉÁ » ããè Û»« Cucumber, 1Ω onion bhajis, the tomato mix and extra raita. Serve with the remaining salad. Each serving contains Energy

1493kJ 357kcal 18%

Fat

Saturates

Sugars

Salt

17g 3g 9g 1.2g 24% 15% 10% 21%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 39g Protein 10g Fibre 6g Source of protein; low in saturates

Makes 4 Cost per serve £1.22

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LEFTOVERS

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RASPBERRY CRUNCH BARS Melt dark or milk chocolate in a pan with a knob of butter. Stir in a handful of roughly chopped shortbread and hazelnuts, then spread in a small lined baking tin and press in a few fresh raspberries. Chill until set, then cut into bars. ORANGE HOT CHOCOLATE Heat 250ml whole milk until just boiling. Add 60g finely chopped milk chocolate; whisk until melted. Stir in finely grated orange zest and a drop of orange extract. Serve in mugs topped with whipped cream and orange zest, if you like.

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BEEF MINCE

ASIAN-STYLE SLAW Whisk soy sauce, grated ginger, sesame oil and lime juice; toss with finely shredded cabbage, carrot and red onion. Scatter with sliced chilli and coriander. MIXED VEGETABLE STIR-FRY Stir-fry baby corn, sliced shiitake mushrooms and shredded cabbage in oil until just tender. Add chopped garlic and ginger and hoisin sauce; simmer for 2 mins. Toss with cooked egg noodles and cashew nuts.

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QUICK FETA LINGUINE Toss halved tomatoes in a roasting dish with crushed garlic and olive oil; season. Roast until starting to char. Toss with cooked linguine and crumble over feta. PAN-FRIED BEANS Heat olive oil in a frying pan. Add green beans, season and stir-fry until slightly charred. Add halved tomatoes; fry to soften slightly. Stir in a squeeze of lemon juice and a handful of chopped tarragon leaves.

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Back to nature G et your home rea dy for Easter with these simple and stunning craf ts inspire d by the outdoors

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EASTER CRAFTS

C H E RRY B L O S S O M You will need Light pink and dark pink crêpe paper, green florists' tape, glue, small branches, vase or jug

1 Cut small strips of dark pink crêpe paper, lay each along the edge of a Ô« É¢ É «ÛãÛ ã Ô Â É»» èÔ ]Â«Ô ã¨ Ô Ô Â è 㨠£ Û ãÉ create stamens (see top left). 2 Cut out petal shapes from the light pink crêpe paper. Vary the sizes and shapes to make them look more real. Crease each petal down the centre, then twist the bottom. Gently pull out the middle of each petal to give shape. 3 h۫£ Â É ÂèÁ É¢ Ô ã »Û ó or seven work best – glue each petal round the stamen, overlapping each new petal over the previous one. Pinch  ãô«Ûã 㨠ÉããÉÁ É¢ ¨ Éô ãÉ keep it tightly together. Once the glue is dry, carefully ease out each petal to open up the blossom. Glue onto the branches and display in a vase or jug.

M A RB L E D E G G S You will need Eggs, wooden skewers, an old bowl, nail varnish, string

1 To blow the eggs, make a small hole in the top, then gently push a skewer inside and use to break the egg up. Make another small hole in the bottom, hold the egg over a bowl, then blow into it to push the contents out. Wash and dry the shells. 2 Place each egg shell on a wooden Û¸ ô , »¢ »» 㨠ɻ Éô» ô«ã¨ ã Ô« water then carefully pour lines of inexpensive nail varnish into the water. Don’t be tempted to move the nail varnish around as it will clump together. Using the skewer, dip the egg into the water directly over the nail varnish. Be

sure to push it all the way down as the colours will wrap around the egg. Place the skewer in a pot and allow to dry completely. Repeat for each egg. 3 Once dry, thread the eggs onto string and drape them over the cherry blossom branches.

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PA I N T E D P E B B L E S

GREAT FOR KIDS

You will need Pebbles, pencil, acrylic paints, paintbrushes, black pen

1 Clean and dry the pebbles. Using a pencil, draw on a bunny design outline, then paint. You might need a few coats. 2 Draw around the outline in black pen so the bunnies really pop. BUNNY BUNTING You will need Hessian, bunny stencil, acrylic paint, pompom trim, mini pompoms

1 Cut triangles out of the hessian. Make a bunny stencil (plastic packaging is ideal), then place the hessian triangles on newspaper and paint over the stencil, brushing towards the centre to avoid seepage. 2 Sew the hessian onto the pompom trim and glue on mini pompom tails. C A RRO T T RE AT S

POMPOM BLOOMS You will need Wool in various colours, cardboard, pompom trim, skewers, hot glue gun and glue, glass jars

1 To make the pompoms, cut out two circles of card with a smaller circle cut out of the centre of each. Holding the rings together, wind the wool around until the centre circle is almost full. Push scissors between the cardboard circles and cut through the wool around the outer edge. Tie a piece of wool around the middle of the circles, then pull away the cardboard and discard. Alternatively use a pompom

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maker, which is much quicker and will make uniform-sized pompoms. 2 Open up each pompom so you can see as much of the wool at the centre as possible and use a hot glue gun to secure a skewer into the middle. Close the wool strands around the skewer and hold in place long enough for each Éô ãÉ Ûã« ¸  ¨É» èÔ «£¨ã cÉ Á ¸ ÛÁ »» Éô Û èã 㨠Á«Â« ÔÉÁÔÉÁÛ É » £㨠ɢ ÔÉÁÔÉÁ ã «Á (use any leftover trim you have after making the Bunny Bunting, right). 3 £ ÷Éè ÔÉÁÔÉÁ Éô Û «Â ¶ Á jars and bottles tied with hessian strips, if you like. Vary the heights of the Éô Û ÷ èãã«Â£ 㨠۸ ô Ûã ÁÛ

1 Cut a large triangle out of each piece of card and roll into a long, thin cone. Use glue to secure. 2 Cut orange crêpe paper into long, thin strips and wrap around the cone, extending beyond the top. Lumps and bumps will make it look more realistic. 3 Cut out green leaves (aim for curved, 㨫 㠫 £» Û Â £»è ó ãÉ Û ó  together at the base. Twist at the bottom and fan the leaves out. 4 Tip sweets into the cone then push the excess crêpe paper over and glue the leaves on to seal. Arrange the carrots in a hessian-lined basket, if you like. F L O W E R G I F T B AG You will need White paper bags, coloured card, paper flower and butterfly decorations, glue

1 Cut strips of green card and snip along one edge to form ‘grass’. Glue around the base of the bag, leaving the blades loose. Glue daisies onto the grass, and » £ Éô Û Â èãã ÷ É ãôÉ 2 Place a gift or sweets in the bag, then fold over the top and seal. Make name ã £Û Â £»è è 㨠Éô Û

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You will need A4 cardboard sheets, glue, orange crêpe paper, green tissue paper, sweets


EASTER CRAFTS

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BUNNY BUNTING

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FLOWER G I F T B AG

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GARDENING

It’s time to garden! G et ahea d with your gardening jobs now to create an outdoor spa ce you’ll love to sp end time in this summer

A little TLC

B Nothing says summer like sweet peas. You can catch their amazing smell in pots near  ÉèãÛ« ÉÉ É Ô« ¸ Û èã Éô Û «Â vases around the house. Late March is the perfect time to sow them straight into the ground or into pots. Soak the seeds in tepid ô ã ãÉ ¨÷ ã 㨠Á Ûã

B Prune and feed roses to encourage strong new growth later (try Toprose, £4). Make cuts at a 45-degree angle, sloping away from an outward-facing bud about 5mm above it. Remove all broken or dead wood. And don’t forget to protect your hands from thorns – Tesco Thorn Resistant Gloves are up to the job and cost just £2 a pair.

B&  ÷ ã«Â£ ô«» Éô » ô instead? You can clear the existing lawn and sow the bare earth with a seed mix 㨠ã ÉÁ «Â Û £ ÛÛ ô«ã¨ Éô Û Ûè ¨ Û ÔÉÔÔ÷ É Â Éô  ÷ »»Éô «Û÷ »ã  ã«ó »÷ è÷ ã ÷Û É¢ ô«» Éô seedlings to plant in holes in your existing lawn. Small groups of the same plants give a natural look. Now sit back and ô «ã ¢É 㨠«ó » É¢ èãã « Û Û – and warmer days!

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B Now’s the time to add supports for climbers, as trying to train wobbly stems later can lead to breakages. Chedworth Garden Obelisks (£32 for three) are great for training sweet peas (see left), honeysuckles or clematis up fences or walls. B c ã Éô Û ô«ã¨ Ô» Âã food. Add Vitax Fish, Blood and Bone, £2.50, to boost soil fertility and growth.

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Running is a great workout, but it can be hard to stay motivated, so we challenged mum and stylist Kim Pidgeon, 35, to join her local ladies running group

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LUCY SAYS… Lucy Waterlow is the co-author of Run Mummy Run: Inspiring Women To Be Fit, Healthy And Happy (Summersdale).

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UK’s Race for Life, in partnership with Tesco, raising over £820m to help fund the charity’s life-saving ôÉ ¸ Á û«Â£ ÷ ã ¸«Â£ Ô ã ÷Éè are helping to fund research that saves the lives of men, women and children. For more details and to sign up, visit tesco.com/ raceforlife or call 0300 123 1580.

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THANKS, MUM If you’re yet to buy your Mother’s Day card, check in store for some beautiful designs with proceeds going to Cancer Research UK.

Ella Curtis, two, will be the face of three generations of her family when she embarks on Race for Life in Stanmer Park, Brighton, with her mum, Helen, this year. Ella will be walking the 5K route in memory of her grandmother, Catherine, who died from cancer in 2015 – three months before Ella was born. Catherine was given an extra six months to live thanks to research and new treatments. Helen says, ‘It was nice to give Mum good news. She got to see scans of Ella and feel her kick. Mum took up running after doing Race for Life in her 50s – that was her firstever 5K. She went on to run five London Marathons. I feel like I’m looking after Mum’s legacy. I hope others will be inspired to sign up. If we can do it, you can too!’


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GARNIER SKINACTIVE MOISTURE BOMB TISSUE MASK, £3 Claire My skin soaked up a lot of the serum that was on the mask when I initially applied it. A nourishing, not deep-cleansing, mask. Sophie This was hydrating and cooling. However my skin can be sensitive and it felt a little hot afterwards. Emma I loved the fresh scent and the cooling effect, but I had to cleanse my face afterwards. It’s best for an overnight treatment. FREEMAN PEEL-OFF GEL MASK IN REVITALIZING POMEGRANATE, £1.50 Claire This felt fresh and dried quickly, but I didn’t notice any difference in my complexion the next day. Sophie This smelled fruity and was easy to remove. My skin felt very soft. Emma This mask was messy to apply, but it was refreshing. I didn’t notice an improvement in my skin.

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Sophie Knights, 23, from Suffolk, has normal skin and applies a clay mask weekly.

Emma McFeat, 33, from Cornwall, has combination skin and uses masks every so often as a treat.

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For your chance to win, visit tes.co/florida by 11:55pm on 2 April 2018 Prize draw is open to UK residents aged 18+. Normal exclusions apply. Closing date is 11:55pm on 2 April 2018. One entry per household. There will be one randomly drawn winner. Prize is a 7-night holiday ¢É è»ãÛ Â ¨«»  £ É è É ã É¢ ã ó » Ûã ÷«Â£ «£¨ãÛ «Â Û »¢ 㠫£ ó«»» ã t Û㣠ã cÉô Âã Y ÛÉ ã ]Ô <«ÛÛ«ÁÁ &»É « V «û «Â »è Û ãè  ÉÂÉÁ÷ «£¨ãÛ ¢ ÉÁ London Heathrow or Manchester airports to Orlando, Florida, with Thomas Cook Airlines, taxes, one piece of hold baggage per person (up to 20kg), return airport-to-resort transfers only, a one-hour É££÷ ¸ « É ã ó Âãè É ÷ Ô ¸ Âã ÷ ãÉ ' ãÉ »  «Â »è «Â£ ã« ¸ ãÛ ¢É ]ãÉÁÔ«Â ' ãÉ K YÉ ó Âãè «Â ã c¨ Kèãã ÉÂã É» D £« ÉÁ ÷ «Â ]¨Éô É É ó «£ s/V ]¨ÉÔ «Â > ÛÛ Â Â K » Â É »»ÉÉ Y« ¨« ÂÉã «Â » c¨ Ô «û «£¨ãÛ Â ÉÁÁÉ ã«É ãÉ Éɸ ÷ D ÷ Ÿ  㠸  ÷ Ô «» ö » è£ Ÿ Ÿ :   »» h< ¸ ¨É»« ÷ ô ¸ Â Û Ûè ¶ ã ãÉ ó «» «»«ã÷ V ÉÁÉã c Û É ]ãÉ Û >«Á«ã c Û É ,ÉèÛ ]¨« V ¸ < Ûã » t ÷ t »ô÷ '  «ã÷ > ' Y ¢è»» ã ÁÛ Â É «ã«ÉÂÛ É»«Â ã ã Û É É «

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GO AHEAD

It’s

to...

We say: do whatever it takes to put a spring in your step this month

…count ‘buying

pot plants’ as gardening. You’ll do the dirty work like weeding when the weather’s better. Probably. …tell people you

WENT FOR A RUN when

…decide that using up your

Clubcard vouchers on a treat for yourself

actually you walked most of the way. It’s all about building up slowly, right?

is ‘spring cleaning your cash’. There are still nine more months to build them up again for Christmas. F O S TS NT O I L O P

…have an irrational fear of a contouring makeup palette.

Your one makeup brush is fine for a light dusting of blusher and highlighter – why stress over chiselled cheekbones?

After all, less washing up is good for the environment!

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…get MORE

EXCITED ABOUT EASTER than

Christmas. Less planning, less pressure, more fun!

ILLUSTRATIONS RICHARD WILSMORE

eggs on toast for dinner again. …have


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