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FOOD 8 OUR RECIPES Every recipe, at a glance


Tasty meals made from what’s left in your fridge

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Little ricotta doughnuts – because you know you want to



May’s colourful ingredients promise ¢ ۨ ÛÛ Â óÉè

18 FOOD LOVE STORIES Andy’s ‘red-handed’ ¸¢ Ûã ã ÛÁ ¸ for a tasty apology

Whether you’re toasting Prince Harry and Meghan, or just want to celebrate, make this colourful Negroni cake the star

49 VARIETIES Five fabulous varieties


29 THE ULTIMATE CAESAR SALAD Our version is high on taste yet lighter on calories




How you can make the past work for you


New things to buy, try, taste and enjoy in May

Clever alternatives to traditional grill food



Online grocery shopping just got even easier…


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Give your home a boutique feel with our tips and buys

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Five family meals, each under 450 calories per serving



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Speedy dishes with a holiday vibe to enjoy alfresco

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20 LIVING ON THE VEG of British tomato Smoky tacos from plantloving chef Derek Sarno


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100 ALL YOU NEED IS… …a yoga mat. Expert tips on getting started



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Poultry Chargrilled chicken & pepper sandwich 17 DF Chilli-lime chicken salad 61 DF GF Lighter chicken Caesar 29 Sloppy-Joe stuffed peppers with wedges 60 GF Sticky chicken drumsticks 68 DF GF


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I grow rosemary in my garden and only knew to add it to savoury recipes, o mainly lamb and potato. What a m rrevelation to see your recipe for Rosemary shortbreads with lemon R iicing (In Season, March). Not only can I now make more use of my rosemary plant, but the family also has a new p favourite biscuit. Paula Halliday, Preston

BEST FOOT OT FORWARD FORW WARD Loved your article All you need is a pair of trainers (March). I’ve run on and off for years but it was only when I joined a group that I found the confidence to enter a marathon. Their support has made such a difference to my running – I always look forward to our weekly ‘run for coffee’! Caroline Green, Ipswich

NEVER TOO OLD My wife is a very good cook, so I never learned the art (except to cook chips), but having picked up your March magazine I decided to try my hand at the Ultimate cheese & onion pie – and was delighted at the result. I now fancy trying something else: lighter toad-in-the-hole. Surely I’m not too old to learn at 82? »« Y « ó« Á «»

GETTING CRAFTY I was looking through your March issue and saw the Back to nature crafts. I recently found out that I’m going to be an aunty, so I’m always on the lookout for special ideas. The cherry blossoms will be perfect to use in some newborn photos, and the bunting lovely ¢É ¨ Ûã « 㨠÷ V»èÛ /  «ÂóÉ»ó Á÷ ¢ Á«»÷ «Â the crafting – and prevent half-term boredom! It will be so nice to do something personal to mark this very special event. Sam Cahill, via email Letters may be edited for length and clarity. *The Star Letter will be chosen from emails and post received; send entries to or Tesco magazine, Cedar Communications, 85 Strand, London WC2R 0DW. **Open to UK residents, 18+. Normal exclusions apply. Send your entry to arrive by 11.55pm on 31 May 2018 for a chance to win one £50 giftcard to use in Tesco. You can buy Tesco products at any UK Tesco store or Tesco direct desk with your giftcard. It’s also redeemable at where the giftcard payment option is available at the online checkout. Giftcards cannot be exchanged for cash/credit. The card and balance will expire five years after last use or by 31 May 2023. Making a purchase refreshes the five-year expiry period. Giftcards are valuable and should be treated like cash; if lost, they cannot be replaced. Damaged, altered or cancelled cards will not be accepted.

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Celebrate colour, freshness and flavour with May ingredients Spring onions Less bitter than other alliums, spring onions have a fresh, peppery flavour and add a punch to all kinds of dishes. Don’t discard the green tops: they have a milder taste than the white bulb. For spring onion bhajis, gently fry sliced spring onion with garlic, then mix ô«ã¨ Éè £ ÉèÂ É «  èÁ«Â and lemon juice. Add water to make a thick batter, then bake tablespoons of the mix until crisp and golden.

S P RI N G O N I O N S A L A D W I T H S A L M O N & RI C E Serves 4 Takes 45 mins Cost per serve £2.42

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1 Combine the marinade ingredients in » £ Éô» ã¨ Û »ÁÉ »» ãÛ Â set aside to marinate for at least 30 mins in the fridge. Put a few ice è Û «Â Éô»  »» ô«ã¨ É» ô ã Add the shredded spring onions and set aside for 30 mins. 2 Meanwhile, whisk the soy, sesame oil, honey, rice vinegar and chillies together in a bowl. Set aside. 3 Around 15 mins before you serve, cook the rice to pack instructions. 4 Preheat the grill to high. Transfer the Û »ÁÉ »» ãÛ ãÉ »«£¨ã»÷ £ Û ¸«Â£ tray, discarding the excess marinade, then grill for 4 mins, turn and grill for another 2-4 mins until cooked though. 5 &»è èÔ ã¨ « ô«ã¨ ¢É ¸ «ó« between 4 plates and top each with 2 salmon halves. Drain the spring onions and shake to remove excess water. Add to the dressing bowl with the sesame seeds and toss to coat. Spoon the spring onions onto each plate and drizzle with the dressing to serve. Each serving contains Energy

2233kJ 531kcal 27%



23g 3g 32% 16%



4g 4%

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of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 46g Protein 38g Fibre 1g

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Aubergines Categorised as a fruit, aubergines are in the nightshade family, with tomatoes. Aubergines are very absorbent, so be sparing with oil when cooking. Modern varieties are less bitter so no longer require salting before use. Try tossing aubergine cubes with thyme and roasting until crisp. Toss with lentils, red onion, rocket and mint.

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B A K E D AU B E RG I N E C H I P S WITH HONEY & THYME Serves 4 Takes 30 mins Cost per serve 60p £ Ô» «Â Éè 25g polenta 2 aubergines, sliced into chips olive oil, for greasing 3 tbsp clear honey, plus extra to serve (optional) 6 thyme sprigs, leaves picked 15g fresh mint

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1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, ¢  Ÿ ÉÁ «Â 㨠Éè ÔÉ» Âã and some seasoning in a large bowl. Toss the aubergine through the mix until evenly coated. 2 Line 2 baking trays with nonstick baking paper and lightly brush or spray with olive oil (2-3 sprays on each tray), then put the aubergine on the trays. 3 Lightly brush or spray the aubergine with oil, then drizzle with the honey and scatter over the thyme. Toss to É ã 㨠 ¸ ¢É Á«ÂÛ «Ôԫ£ the aubergine every 5 mins. 4 Finely chop half the mint leaves and combine in a bowl with the yogurt and garlic. Transfer the aubergine to a plate and sprinkle with cayenne pepper, the remaining mint and a drizzle of honey, if you like. Serve with the yogurt dip. Each serving contains Energy


537kJ 126kcal 6%

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of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 24g Protein 5g Fibre 1g 1 of your 5-a-day; low in fat; low in saturates; source of protein

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Radishes Their crisp texture, vibrant colour and peppery flavour makes radishes a popular addition to salads. Choose radishes that feel firm and smooth. Once opened, store wrapped in kitchen paper in the fridge. To refresh radishes that have become soft, soak in a bowl of cold water for a couple of hours. For a fresh summer dip, mix natural yogurt with finely chopped fresh coriander, mint and red onion. Add grated radishes and lime juice; season. Drizzle with olive oil to serve.

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ROA S T E D R A D I S H , O R A N G E & WHITE BEAN SALAD Serves Takes 40 mins Cost per serve £1.56 2 yellow peppers, thinly sliced 1 large onion, sliced into thin wedges 2 x 240g packs radishes, halved 2 tsp olive oil 4 rosemary sprigs, leaves picked 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 1 tsp white wine vinegar 2 large oranges, Ω juiced, 1Ω peeled and thinly sliced into rounds 85g pack watercress 150g pack mangetout, halved lengthways 400g tin cannellini beans, drained and rinsed

1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Put the peppers, onion and radishes on a baking tray and drizzle with the olive oil. Season and toss to coat. Bake for 25-30 mins until lightly charred and soft, adding the rosemary ¢É 㨠 » Á«ÂÛ 2 Mix the extra-virgin olive oil, vinegar and orange juice with some seasoning. Divide the watercress, mangetout, cannellini beans and orange slices between 4 plates. Top with the roasted veg and drizzle with the orange dressing to serve. Each serving contains Energy



893kJ 213kcal 11%

8g 12%

1g 7%



17g 0.6g 19% 10%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 26g Protein 9g Fibre 9g 2 of your 5-a-day; rich in vitamin C; low in fat; low in saturates; source of protein

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This bitter green leaf is a source of iron and vitamin A. Baby spinach has a milder flavour than larger leaves. Look for bright green leaves and crisp stems. Spinach cooks quickly and shrinks dramatically, so you often need more than you might think. For homemade gnocchi, stir blitzed spinach into mashed potato with enough flour to form a dough. Shape into small balls, then boil in batches until they rise to the top.

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COOK’S TIP The soup will keep for up to three days in the fridge but you might need to top up the stock as the spaghetti and veg will soak it up.

G RE E N M I N E S T RO N E W I T H S P I N AC H S AU C E Serves 4 Takes 40 mins Cost per serve £1.44 2 tsp olive oil 2 garlic cloves, sliced 50g spring onions, trimmed, halved and sliced ÉãÛ Ô »   »÷ « » ÷ Ûã« ¸Û  »÷ « 2 vegetable stock cubes, made up to 1.5ltr 100g spaghetti, snapped into short lengths 250g asparagus, trimmed 100g frozen peas £ ÷ ÛÔ«Â ¨ 400g tin butter beans, drained and rinsed 1 lemon, juiced £ ¢ Û¨ ã » ¢ Ô Û» ÷ É裨»÷ chopped ó £ ã « ¨ ¨ Û É ' è÷ grated, to serve (optional) For the spinach sauce £ »« »Éó  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ £ ÷ ÛÔ«Â ¨ 30g vegetarian hard cheese or ' è÷ £ ã 50ml olive oil

1 Put the spinach sauce ingredients in a food processor. Season with pepper, then blitz to a rough paste. Set aside. 2 Heat the oil in a large saucepan over a medium heat and fry the garlic and spring onions for 2 mins. Stir in the carrots and celery and cook for a further 5 mins, stirring regularly. Pour in the vegetable stock, increase the heat and bring to a simmer. Add the spaghetti and cook for 10 mins. 3 Meanwhile, slice the asparagus stems into 1cm rounds, leaving the tips whole. Add the asparagus and the peas to the pan and cook for 3 mins until just cooked through. 4 Stir through the spinach, butter beans, lemon juice and parsley. Season with black pepper and cook for 2 mins. Divide between 4 bowls and serve with a heaped tbsp spinach sauce, and a sprinkling of cheese, if you like. Each serving contains Energy

1541kJ 368kcal 18%





19g 4g 10g 2.4g 27% 22% 11% 39%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 37g Protein 14g Fibre 8g

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Bell peppers Bright, tangy and versatile, bell peppers are a firm favourite in lots of Mediterranean dishes. Yellow and orange peppers are generally the sweetest, while green ones have a more bitter flavour. Just one pepper typically contains all the vitamin C you need in a day. For speedy summer comfort food, toss strips of charred pepper with softened red onion, cooked tagliatelle, sliced chilli and a drizzle of olive oil. Dot with ricotta and scatter with basil.

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C H A RG RI L L E D C H I C K E N & PEPPER SANDWICH Makes 4 DF freeze pepper sauce only Takes 35 mins Cost per serve £1.63

2 chicken breasts (about 300g) 70g artichoke antipasti from a 285g jar, drained and sliced 70g pack rocket

1 Preheat the grill to high. Put the pepper and tomato skin-side up on a baking tray. Add the garlic and grill for 5 mins or until the skins are blackened and blistered. Remove and leave to ÉÉ» ¢É ¢ ô Á«ÂÛ ã¨ Â Ô » É Â discard the skins. 2 Preheat the oven to gas 4, 180°C, fan 160°C. Roughly chop the grilled veg and toasted bread, then put in a food processor with the vinegar, paprika and 1 tbsp olive oil; pulse to a rough paste. Heat the ciabatta in the oven for 5-10 mins until warmed through and crisp on the outside. 3 Meanwhile, put the chicken between Û¨ ãÛ É¢ »«Â£ »Á  èÛ É»»«Â£ pin to bash to a thickness of roughly

1cm. Place a griddle pan over a medium-high heat and brush with Ω tbsp oil. Dust the chicken with the paprika and a little seasoning, then griddle for 4 mins each side until lightly charred and cooked through. Set aside to rest for 3 mins, then slice each breast into 4 pieces. 4 Cut the ciabatta in half and spread the pepper sauce over the base. Top with the chicken, artichoke, rocket and ciabatta lid. Cut into 4 to serve. Each sandwich contains Energy





1460kJ 347kcal 17%

11g 15%

2g 9%

5g 6%

1.3g 22%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 36g Protein 26g Fibre 4g High in protein; low in saturates; rich in vitamin C; source of vitamin B3; source of vitamin B6

1 red pepper, halved 1 large tomato, halved 1 large garlic clove, skin on 10g bread, toasted Ω tbsp white wine vinegar º tsp paprika, plus extra for dusting 1Ω tbsp olive oil stonebaked ciabatta loaf (about 260g)

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1 Preheat the oven to gas 9, 240°C, fan 220°C. Over a medium-high heat, fry the bacon halves for 3 mins, turning occasionally, until just coloured (you may need to do this in batches).

2 Put the naan breads on a large baking tray and top each one with 3 bacon halves, arranging them to form a ring around the edge of the bread. Toss the tomatoes with half the olive oil, season and scatter over the bacon. 3 Crack an egg into the middle of each naan, keeping inside the bacon ring. Cook on the top shelf of the oven for 8-10 mins or until the eggs are cooked to your liking. 4 Remove from the oven and transfer the naans to plates. Top with the avocado and spring onions and a pinch of crushed chillies, if using. Drizzle over the remaining olive oil to serve.


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LIVING ON THE VEG Per fect for sharing, this taco recipe has been created exclusively for Tesco magazine by chef Derek Sarno

Portobello mushrooms are the perfect choice when it comes to packing out these wicked tacos

DF Serves 4 Takes 20 mins plus marinating Cost per serve £1.72

250ml bottle Texas BBQ sauce 150ml vegan IPA Ω red onion, thinly sliced 1 tbsp vegetable oil, plus extra for greasing 2 x 150g packs Portobello mushrooms, stalks removed 1 tsp smoked paprika 1 tsp ground cumin 8 crunchy taco shells 4 iceberg lettuce leaves, shredded handful sliced jalapeños in brine handful roughly chopped fresh coriander For the smashed avocado 1 avocado, stoned and peeled 1 lime, juiced ¨«»»« Û Â Â »÷ «

1 Light the barbecue and preheat the oven to gas 4, 180°C, fan 160°C. In a shallow dish, whisk together the BBQ sauce and beer. Set aside. Put the onion in a bowl of cold water; leave to soak. 2 Heat the oil in a heavy-based frying pan over a medium-high heat. Add the mushrooms, stalk-side down, and put a second, smaller heavy-based pan É ãÉÔ Á ¸ Ûè «ã Û »  ãÉ ãã  㨠Á & ÷ ¢É Á«ÂÛ ã¨ Â «Ô 㨠ÁèÛ¨ ÉÉÁÛ Ô ÛÛ Éô £ «Â with the smaller pan and fry for 2 mins more. Season, sprinkle the spices over both sides of the mushrooms and fry for 2 mins each side with the smaller pan pushed down on top. 3 Add the mushrooms to the BBQ beer mix, turning to coat; leave to marinate for 15-20 mins until cool. Brush the barbecue with a little oil and grill the mushrooms for 2 mins each side until lightly charred. Alternatively, fry in a hot griddle pan brushed with oil. 4 Meanwhile, warm the taco shells in the oven for 2 mins. Mash the avocado with the lime juice, chilli and a pinch of salt. 5 Drain the onions. Slice the mushrooms into strips and divide between the tacos. Top with onions, lettuce, jalapeños and coriander. Serve with the avocado and a drizzle of BBQ marinade. Each serving contains Energy

1195kJ 286kcal 14%



19g 5g 28% 27%




6g 7%

1.3g 22%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 24g Protein 4g Fibre 3g 1 of your 5-a-day; source of vitamin B5


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THE ULTIMATE CAESAR SALAD Make this lighter take on a classic to share with friends LIGHTER CHICKEN CAESAR Serves 4 Takes 35 mins Cost per serve £1.94


4 slices smoked pancetta 60g ciabatta, cut into 8 thin slices

2 eggs 300g pack skinless chicken breasts Ω tsp olive oil 1 lemon, zested 3 Sweet Gem lettuces, leaves separated For the dressing 150ml buttermilk 3 tbsp light mayonnaise

45g Parmesan, Ω grated, Ω shaved to serve ãÛÔ Û¨ Û è 1 tbsp lemon juice Ω tsp Worcestershire sauce 1 small garlic clove, crushed

1 Preheat the oven to gas 4, 180°C, fan 160°C. Lay the pancetta on a baking tray, then place another, smaller (clean) tray directly on top to prevent it from curling up. Bake for 10-12 mins until crisp. Transfer the pancetta to a plate, then toss the ciabatta in the juices in the tray. Bake for 8-10 mins until crisp and golden. 2 Boil the eggs for 7 mins in a small pan of boiling water. Drain and transfer to a bowl of cold water to cool. Set aside. 3 Preheat a griddle pan over a medium-high heat. Place the chicken ÛãÛ ãô  ۨ ãÛ É¢ »«Â£ »Á and use a rolling pin to bash lightly until 1cm thick all over. Rub with the oil, lemon zest and some seasoning, then griddle for 10-12 mins, turning once, until cooked through. Transfer to a plate, leave to cool, then thinly slice. 4 Meanwhile, whisk together all the dressing ingredients in a small jug with plenty of freshly ground black pepper. 5 Pile the lettuce leaves onto a serving platter. Peel and slice each egg into 6, then top the lettuce with chicken, eggs and ciabatta. Break the pancetta into shards and add this to the salad along with the Parmesan shavings. «ûû» 㨠Û۫£ Éó  «ۨ with freshly ground black pepper. Each serving contains Energy

1205kJ 315kcal 16%



16g 5g 23% 26%



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1.5g 24%

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Take these sunshine dishes from your kitchen to your table in 25 minutes, with a make-ahead desser t for your sweet finale

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1 Heat the 2 tsp oil in a nonstick frying pan over a medium-high heat and fry the capers for 30 secs until crispy. Remove with a slotted spoon and transfer to a mixing bowl with Ω tsp paprika. Toss together. 2 Wipe out the pan and heat 2 tbsp oil over a high heat. Add half the garlic and chilli and stir-fry for 10 secs. Add half the squid in an even layer. Cook for 1 min until it starts to turn golden, then stir-fry for 3-4 mins until cooked. Season with salt, half the lemon juice and half the parsley. Mix and transfer to a warm serving dish. Repeat with the remaining squid. Top with the capers and remaining paprika and parsley. Serve with lemon wedges. Each serving contains Energy





735kJ 177kcal 9%

11g 16%

2g 9%

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1.5g 25%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 2g Protein 17g Fibre 1g High in protein; low in saturates; source of vitamin B6; source of vitamin B12

RO S E M A RY & C I T RU S S P RI T Z DF GF Serves 6 Takes 10 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 50p

45g caster sugar ÉÛ Á ÷ ÛÔ «£Û Ô»èÛ öã ãÉ £ «ۨ 5 lemons, 4 juiced, 1 sliced to serve 2 oranges, juiced 1ltr bottle soda water, to serve ice cubes, to serve

1 Put the sugar in a small pan with 150ml water and 2 rosemary sprigs. Bring to the boil. Reduce to a simmer and cook for 1-2 mins until the sugar dissolves. Remove from the heat; set aside to cool. Remove the rosemary.

2 In a large jug, mix the lemon and orange juices with the cooled sugar syrup. Divide between 6 tall glasses »» ô«ã¨ « cÉÔ èÔ ô«ã¨ ÛÉ water. Serve with rosemary sprigs and lemon slices. Each serving contains Energy



184kJ 43kcal 2%

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C O U RG E T T E , C O U S C O U S & HALLOUMI SAL AD Serves 6 Takes 20 mins Cost per serve £1.74

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1 Put the peaches and tomatoes in a large bowl. Add half the basil, the lemon juice and 2 tbsp olive oil; season and toss together. Transfer to a serving plate. 2 Tear the mozzarella over the salad and scatter over the chilli and remaining basil; season. Drizzle with remaining oil. Each serving contains

240g couscous ãÛÔ Û » ¨ ÂÉèã Û ÛÉ«£ 3 large courgettes, grated 100g sundried tomatoes, drained and  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 85g black pitted olives 1 lemon, zested and juiced 2 tbsp olive oil £ Ô ¸ »«£¨ã ¨ »»ÉèÁ« Û»« «ÂãÉ £ ¢ Û¨ Á«Âã » ó Û 40g pine nuts, toasted ¨«»»«  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ

1 Put the couscous in a heatproof bowl. Mix in the ras el hanout and a pinch of salt, then pour over 280ml warm water. Éó ô«ã¨ »«Â£ »Á Â Û ã Û« ¢É Á«ÂÛ &»è 㨠ÉèÛ ÉèÛ with a fork, then add the courgettes, sundried tomatoes, olives and lemon juice. Mix well. Transfer to a serving bowl. 2 Heat the olive oil in a frying pan over a medium heat. Add the halloumi and fry for 1-2 mins each side until golden. 3 Top the salad with the halloumi, mint, pine nuts, lemon zest and chilli. Each serving contains Energy

1644kJ 393kcal 20%



20g 6g 29% 30%



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1.9g 32%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 37g Protein 18g Fibre 4g

M O Z Z A RE L L A , P E AC H & M I X E D T O M AT O S A L A D GF Serves 6 Takes 10 mins Cost per serve £1

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of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 7g Protein 8g Fibre 1g A source of protein; source of vitamin C

G RI L L E D L A M B W I T H H O U M O U S & H A RI S S A Serves 6 GF Takes 25 mins Cost per serve £1.88 ãÛÔ Û » ¨ ÂÉèã Û ÛÉ«£ 6 lamb leg steaks 3 tbsp olive oil £ ãè è ¢ ã ¨ÉèÁÉèÛ £ »Éô ¢ ã ' ¸ Ûã÷» ÷É£è ã ã ÛÔ ¨ «ÛÛ Ô Ûã Ω lemon, juiced £ ¢ Û¨ Á«Âã » ó Û É裨»÷ ¨ÉÔÔ £ ¢ Û¨ ã » ¢ Ô Û» ÷ » ó Û ¨ÉÔÔ

1 Preheat the grill to high. Mix the ras el hanout with a pinch of salt and rub over the lamb. Brush with 2 tbsp olive oil and grill for 5 mins each side or until cooked. Transfer to a warm plate, cover with foil and rest for 5 mins. 2 Meanwhile, mix the houmous and yogurt in a bowl and swirl onto a serving platter. Mix the harissa paste with the lemon juice, remaining olive oil and a pinch of salt. Slice the lamb. Stir a little of the harissa oil through the houmous, then top with the lamb. Drizzle with the remaining harissa oil and top with the herbs. Each serving contains Energy

1372kJ 330kcal 17%



21g 6g 31% 30%



3g 4%

0.9g 15%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 6g Protein 27g Fibre 2g

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1. Put the oil and tandoori curry powder into a small basin. Add the chicken pieces and stir until coated. Flash fry the tandoori coated chicken for 3-4 minutes until thoroughly reheated and piping hot.

Half a tbsp tandoori curry powder 100g leftover cooked chicken, torn into pieces 2 mini naan breads, Plain or Garlic and Coriander 120g Philadelphia Light 2 tbsp mango chutney Fresh coriander (optional) NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (198g per serving) Energy 448 Kcal, Fat 18g, Saturates 6.7g, Sugar 13g, Salt 1.9g, Typical values per 100g: 947kJ/226kcal.

2. Meanwhile warm the naans as directed on the packet. Spread the naans generously with creamy Philadelphia and then scatter over the chicken pieces and add the mango chutney. 3. Serve immediately, sprinkled, if liked with some chopped fresh coriander. Leftover meat should never be reheated more than once.

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Makes 1.1ltr (6 servings) Takes 10 mins plus chilling Cost per serve 43p


In a large jug, mix 700ml tomato juice, 350ml freshly squeezed orange juice (from 4 large oranges), the juice of 2 limes Û Â ó ÷ Â »÷ « green chilli and º tsp celery salt. Chill for at least 1 hr until very cold. To serve, dip the rims of 6 small tumblers in celery salt (optional), then divide the sangrita between them. Garnish each glass with green olives and orange slices, if you like. Each serving contains Energy





158kJ 37kcal 2%

0g 0%

0g 0%

8g 9%

0.8g 14%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 8g Protein 1g Fibre 0g

Makes 500ml (10 servings) Takes 25 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 45p


Makes 1.2ltr (4 servings) Takes 10 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 71p


Put 400g roughly chopped rhubarb, 275g caster or granulated sugar, Ω vanilla pod and 2 star anise in a pan with 275ml water. Stir over a low heat until the sugar dissolves, then simmer for 10 mins or until the rhubarb has softened. Set aside to cool ÉÁÔ» ã »÷ ]㠫 㨠É裨  ۫ ó «ÂãÉ a jug, letting it drip slowly (don’t push the fruit through or the cordial will be cloudy). Pour into a sterilised bottle* and chill for up to 1 month. Serve 1 part cordial to 4 parts soda water over ice with lime slices.

Stone and thinly slice 3 very ripe peaches. Put two-thirds in a large heatproof jug with 5 vanilla chai teabags and 2 tbsp caster sugar and pour over 750ml boiling water. Stir vigorously to dissolve the sugar and bruise the peaches, then leave to infuse for 4 mins. Discard the teabags, then set aside to cool completely. Fill 4 tall glasses with ice and fresh mint sprigs. Stir a little lemon juice into the cooled tea. Add a little more sugar or lemon juice to taste. Pour into the glasses and garnish with the remaining peach slices.

Each serving with soda water contains

Each serving contains




480kJ 112kcal 6%

0g 0%

0g 0%



30g 0.1g 33% 2%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 30g Protein <1g Fibre 1g




230kJ 54kcal 3%

0g 0%

0g 0%



13g 0.0g 15% 0%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 13g Protein 1g Fibre 2g

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PUDDINGS You c an enjoy these easy desser ts guilt-fre e – well, almost! A P RI C O T & O R A N G E B L O S S O M H O N E Y TA R T Serves 6 Takes 35 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 63p 10 small ripe apricots, halved and stoned 1 orange, juiced and zested 3 tbsp orange blossom honey, plus extra for drizzling Û¨ ãÛ »É Ô Ûã ÷ ¨ »ó ô« ã¨ô ÷Û ÛÔ ÷Û É¢ Ûè Éô É«» 1 tbsp apricot jam, warmed 500g Greek-style yogurt, any liquid drained from the top £ ¸ »ÁÉÂ Û ãÉ Ûã

1 Preheat the oven to gas 4, 180°C, fan 160°C. Put the apricot halves, cut-side up, in an ovenproof dish. Drizzle with the orange juice and 1 tbsp of the honey. Roast for 30 mins, basting halfway through, until the apricots are soft but still hold their shape. 2 Meanwhile, spray each sheet of »É ô«ã¨ É«» > ÷ «ÂãÉ Û¨ »»Éô 20cm round cake tin, overlapping, to cover the base and sides. Brush with the warmed apricot jam and bake for 20-25 mins until crisp and golden. Remove and leave to cool completely. 3 Mix the yogurt with the remaining honey and half the orange zest. Spoon into the tart case, then pile the baked apricots on top with any juices. Top with the toasted almonds, remaining orange zest and a drizzle more honey. Serve immediately. Each serving contains Energy

931kJ 221kcal 11%





10g 5g 18g 0.2g 14% 27% 19% 4%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 28g Protein 6g Fibre 3g


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N E A P O L I TA N F RO Z E N YO G U R T GF Serves 6 Takes 20 mins plus freezing Cost per serve 29p

480g pack frozen pitted dark sweet cherries 85g icing sugar 1 lemon, juiced 200g 0% fat Greek-style yogurt 500g pack frozen mango chunks 2 tbsp honey 400g pack frozen blueberries mint leaves, to serve

1 Whizz 400g cherries (reserve the rest) in a food processor with 2Ω tbsp icing sugar, 1 tbsp lemon juice, 4 tbsp yogurt and 4 tbsp water until smooth. Spoon into one end of a 2ltr freezerÔ ÉÉ¢ ÉÂã «Â ãÉ »» É 㨫 É¢ «ã Level the top and sides, then freeze. 2 Wipe out the food processor bowl. Blitz the mango with the honey, 1 tbsp lemon juice, 3 tbsp yogurt and 4-5 tbsp water until smooth. Taste and add a bit more lemon or sugar if needed. Spoon into the container next to the cherry frozen yogurt and return to the freezer. 3 Wipe out the bowl again and blitz the blueberries with the remaining icing

sugar, lemon juice, yogurt and 3 tbsp water until smooth. Spoon into the  » 㨫 É¢ 㨠ÉÂã «Â Â » ó » the top. Serve immediately or, for a better scoop, freeze for 1 hr. Drag an ice cream scoop along all 3 frozen yogurts and drop into small sundae glasses. Top with mint leaves and the reserved defrosted cherries. Each serving contains Energy


234kJ 55kcal 3%

0g 0%




<1g 12g 0.0g 1% 13% 0%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 13g Protein 1g Fibre 1g

Wine match With flavours of ripe pear and white peach, and a zesty finish, Tesco finest* Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore, £10, is delicious with light desserts.



V E G A N N O - B A K E C H O C O L AT E & COCONUT ‘CHEESECAKES’ DF GF Makes 6 Takes 15 mins plus chilling Cost per serve 82p

120g soft pitted dates 25g gluten-free rolled oats º tsp ground cinnamon 20g desiccated coconut, plus extra for sprinkling 3 tbsp maple syrup 349g pack silken tofu (such as Yutaka), drained 35g free-from chocolate, melted 2 tbsp dairy-free coconut yogurt 2 tbsp cocoa powder

Each serving contains Energy

836kJ 199kcal 10%





8g 4g 20g 0.1g 11% 22% 23% 1%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 25g Protein 7g Fibre 2g


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1 Blitz the dates, oats, cinnamon, coconut and 1 tbsp maple syrup in a food processor until it forms a sticky paste. Divide the mixture between 6 small glasses and press into the base. 2 Clean the food processor bowl, then blitz the tofu with the melted chocolate, coconut yogurt, remaining maple syrup and cocoa powder until smooth. Spoon into the glasses, sprinkle with a little desiccated coconut and chill in the fridge for 1 hr, or overnight if you like.

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It might look tricky, but this recipe is simpler than it first seems. It follows the same principles as a Swiss roll, creating a light, malleable sponge that can be rolled up to make the vertical layers. The key is to bake the sponges one at a time so you have time to roll them while they are still hot.

You will need

juniper berries 3 oranges 1 lemon fresh thyme salted and unsalted butter eggs (12-pack) caster sugar icing sugar

plain flour baking powder orange liquid food colour gin Campari 23 x 33cm Swiss roll tin electric whisk palette knife wide frying pan








You can make the candied oranges and Campari syrup up to 8 weeks in advance. Store the oranges, separated with sheets of baking paper, in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. Store the syrup in a sealed sterilised* jar in the fridge. If it crystallises or sets hard, reheat gently in the microwave to loosen.


Serves 16 Takes 2 hrs 15 mins plus cooling Cost per serve 64p 1 tbsp juniper berries, finely ground 50ml gin 70g salted butter, melted, plus extra for greasing 8 eggs 170g caster sugar, plus 2 tbsp for sprinkling 260g plain flour 1½ tsp baking powder 3 tsp orange food colour 1 orange, zested 50ml Campari For the candied oranges and Campari syrup 1 orange, sliced into thin rounds 200g caster sugar 2 tsp lemon juice 3 tbsp Campari thyme sprigs, to decorate For the orange buttercream 300g unsalted butter, softened 600g icing sugar 1 orange, zested, ½ juiced

1 For the candied oranges and Campari syrup, heat 2cm water in a pan wide enough to fit the orange slices in one layer. Bring to the boil and add the orange slices; the water should cover them completely. Cook for 5 mins over a medium heat, then drain and transfer to a plate. Return the pan to the heat, add the sugar with 200ml water and stir until the sugar has dissolved. Return the orange slices to the pan and cook, uncovered, over a medium heat for 1 hr or until very tender. Remove with a slotted spoon and leave to cool on a wire rack. Stir the lemon juice and Campari through the syrup and set aside to cool. 2 Preheat the oven to gas 4, 180°C, fan 160°C. Put the ground juniper berries and 50ml water in a small saucepan over a low heat until just boiling. Simmer for 1 min, then remove from the heat, strain through a fine seive, then stir through the gin and leave to cool. Grease and line a 23 x 33cm Swiss roll tin or a shallow baking tray with nonstick baking paper. 3 Beat 4 eggs and 85g sugar in a clean bowl with an electric whisk on a high speed for 5 mins or until pale, thick and doubled in volume. Sift in 130g flour

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and ¾ tsp baking powder, then pour 35g melted butter down the side of the bowl. Use a large metal spoon to fold gently until just combined, being careful not to knock the air out. Pour into the lined tin, then gently tilt to fill the corners. Bake for 10-12 mins or until springy. 4 Place a sheet of nonstick baking paper on a clean surface and sprinkle with 1 tbsp caster sugar. Carefully turn out the hot sponge onto the paper, then peel away the lining paper (see picture A, opposite). Brush over the gin and juniper mixture, then immediately roll up the sponge from a short side with the sugared paper inside (B). Transfer the rolled sponge to a wire rack to cool completely. 5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 to make a second sponge, adding 3 tsp food colour and the orange zest when beating the eggs. Once baked and turned out, brush with the Campari then roll as above. 6 While the second sponge cools, make the buttercream. Beat the butter, icing sugar, orange zest and juice for 5 mins or until light and fluffy. 7 Carefully unroll the sponges and cut each in half lengthways. Spread each half with a thin layer of buttercream.

Roll up the end of a white sponge to make a cylinder about 8cm wide, with the buttercream on the inside – this will be the central column of the cake. Cut the unrolled sponge away and reserve (C). Wrap an orange sponge around the white sponge column, again with the buttercream on the inside, starting from where the first sponge ended (D). Trim away any excess orange sponge so it doesn’t overlap, and reserve (E). 8 Continue tightly wrapping with alternate colours of sponge, trimming so each layer doesn’t overlap itself (F). Use any reserved trimmings that are long enough to wrap around. Once finished, place upright on a serving plate and, using a palette knife, spread buttercream over the top and sides. 9 Arrange the candied oranges on top of the cake and scatter with thyme sprigs. Drizzle over the Campari syrup and let it drip down the sides. Store in a cool, dry place and eat within 2 days.


For a simple time-saving tweak, use shop-bought, vanilla-flavour frosting instead.

Each serving contains Energy

2281kJ 543kcal 27%





23g 13g 67g 0.3g 32% 63% 74% 5%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 81g Protein 5g Fibre 1g

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These aromatic British beauties are at their best during the summer months


1 PICCOLO Sweet without being sugary, Piccolo tomatoes were first cultivated in 1952. They are crisp and firm, with an intense aroma and flavour.


2 SWEET VINE-RIPENED These well-known tomatoes are no less sweet for their larger size. They’re particularly juicy, and are delicious in soups, stews and sauces.

3 ORANGE RAPTURE Developed from the Japanese Oranjestar variety, these vibrant tomatoes are exclusive to Tesco. Mix with regular cherry tomatoes to add an extra splash of colour.


4 BABY PLUM These fragrant and versatile tomatoes have fewer seeds than other varieties. They have a crisp bite and a meaty texture, making them perfect for snacking on.

5 MINI SAN MARZANO The deep, aromatic flavour of mini San Marzano tomatoes makes them a traditional favourite for rich sauces. Their firm, juicy flesh means they’re great in salads too.

S TORE Although refrigerating will keep tomatoes fresh for longer, it also dulls their flavour and texture. Store at room temperature to keep them at their best – or, if you do need to chill them, remove from the fridge half an hour before eating.

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EN J OY Tomatoes are incredibly versatile, and pair as well with fiery chilli as they do with strong cheeses. Simply roasting with a little olive oil will bring out their intense flavour, or try them with fragrant peach and silky mozzarella in our salad on p33.

T RY T HEM IN … CHEAT’S CAPRESE PIZZA *Spread mini tortillas with tomato purée and top with equal amounts sliced vine tomatoes and mozzarella. Bake in a hot oven for 6-8 mins until golden. Blitz pine nuts, basil leaves, garlic, olive oil and grated cheese in a food processor. Drizzle over the pizzas and garnish with more basil leaves. TOMATO, PICKLED RED ONION & CAPER SALAD Mix finely sliced red onion with red wine vinegar, caster sugar and a pinch of salt; set aside for 10 mins. Stir in olive oil and rinsed capers. Arrange sliced vine tomatoes on a platter and top with the onion mix. Search for these recipes on for detailed instructions.



The new barbecue Rethink your grill foo d with these clever ideas to get the barb e cue season star te d STEAK QUESADILL AS W I T H C H A RRE D T O M AT O S A L S A Serves 4 Takes 30 mins Cost per serve £3.42 12 cherry tomatoes, halved 4 spring onions, trimmed olive oil, for brushing £ »« »Éó Û Â »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 1 halved Ω tsp chipotle chilli and smoked paprika paste 1 lime, juiced 30g pack fresh coriander, roughly chopped 2 sirloin steaks, fat trimmed 2 corn on the cobs 6 multiseed tortilla wraps 1 tsp ground cumin ¨«»»« Û Â Â »÷ chopped 125g lighter medium cheese, grated

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slice the Ûã ¸Û Â Á«ö «Â Éô» ô«ã¨ ã¨ É Â chilli and remaining É«  «ó« between the ãÉ ã«»» Û Â ÛÔ «Â¸» ô«ã¨ ¨ Û > ÷ 㨠Á «Â«Â£ ãÉ ã«»» Û É ãÉÔ Â Ô ÛÛ Éô Á»÷ è É £ «»» ¢É Á«ÂÛ ¨ Û« until charred and the cheese has melted. èã «ÂãÉ ô £ Û Â Û ó ô«ã¨ ã¨ Û »Û Each serving contains Energy

2887kJ 690kcal 35%



31g 14g 45% 69%



6g 6%

2g 33%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 55g Protein 46g Fibre 7g

Wine match Tesco Côte Du Rhône Villages, £6, is a warm, spicy red with a perfect balance of flavours and aromas. A great match for grilled foods.


C H A RRE D SW E E T P O TAT O & FENNEL SALAD Serves 4 Takes ¨ Ô»èÛ ÉÉ»«Â£ Cost per serve 4 small sweet potatoes 1 fennel bulb, very thinly sliced, fronds reserved 1 tbsp olive oil, plus extra for brushing 1 lemon, Ω thinly sliced, Ω juiced 4 radishes, trimmed and thinly sliced 85g bag watercress 2 tbsp buttermilk 3 tbsp chopped fresh dill

1 V ¨ ã 㨠Éó  ãÉ £ Û ¢  Vèã 㨠Ûô ã ÔÉã ãÉ Û É ¸«Â£ Û¨ ã  Éɸ ¢É Á«ÂÛ èÂã«» ¶èÛã ã  ô¨  ԫ ô«ã¨ Û¨ Ô ¸Â«¢ D Âô¨«» »«£¨ã 㨠è  ô «ã èÂã«» 㨠Á Û ¨ ó « ÉôÂ É Ô ¨ ã 㨠£ «»» ãÉ ¨«£¨ 2 ] ã Û« 㨠Ûô ã ÔÉã ãÉ Û èÂã«» ÉÉ» ÂÉ裨 ãÉ ¨  » ã¨ Â Ô » ô ÷ 㨠۸«Â  ۻ« 㨠ۨ «ÂãÉ Á 㨫 ¸ ÉèÂ Û èÛ¨ 㨠Ûô ã ÔÉã ãÉ Â ¢  » Û»« Û ô«ã¨ »«ãã» É»«ó É«» 㨠 è É £ «»» ¢É Á«ÂÛ ¨ Û« É èÂã«» ÛÉ¢ã   ¨ 㨠» ÁÉ ۻ« Û ¢É ã¨

» Ûã Á«Â É¢ Éɸ«Â£ ãè «£ ¢ã Û Û Â£ É Ի ãã ô«ã¨ 㨠radishes and watercress. 3 / ÛÁ »» Éô» É ¶è£ ô¨«Û¸ ãÉ£ 㨠㨠èãã Á«»¸ É»«ó É«»  » ÁÉ ¶è« ] ÛÉ  Ûã« «Â ã ÛÔ «»» «ûû» 㨠Û۫£ Éó ã¨ Û » Â Û ãã Éó 㨠Á «Â«Â£ «»»  㨠¢  » ¢ ÉÂ Û ãÉ Û ó Each serving contains Energy



780kJ 184kcal 9%

5g 7%

1g 4%



10g 0.5g 11% 8%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 34g Protein 3g Fibre 5g Low in fat; 1 of your 5-a-day; source of vitamin C

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P R AW N , M A N G O & L E T T U C E ‘ S U M M E R RO L L S ’ Serves 4 DF GF Takes 30 mins Cost per serve £1.56 240g pack frozen jumbo raw king prawns, defrosted 1 mango, stoned, peeled and cut into 24 equal pieces olive oil, for brushing 8 iceberg lettuce leaves 2 tsp sesame seeds, toasted

1 red chilli, deseeded and chopped 1 lime, zested and juiced ã ÛÔ Û¨ Û è pinch of sugar

1 Light the barbecue and wait until the Á Û¨ ó « ÉôÂ É Ô ¨ ã 㨠£ «»» ãÉ ¨«£¨ ]É ¸ Ÿ ôÉÉ Â Û¸ ô Û «Â É» ô ã ¢É Á«ÂÛ VèÛ¨ Ô ôÂÛ Â Á Â£É Ô« Û ÉÂãÉ ¨ Û¸ ô èÛ¨ ô«ã¨ É«»  è É £ «»» ¢É Á«ÂÛ ¨ Û« èÂã«» Éɸ 2 VèÛ¨ ã¨ Ô ôÂÛ Â Á Â£É É ¨ Û¸ ô «ÂãÉ » ããè » ¢  ÛÔ «Â¸»

COOK’S TIP You can make the wraps more substantial by adding some cooked rice noodles.


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407kJ 99kcal 5%

3g 4%

1g 3%

6g 7%

0.6g 9%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 7g Protein 12g Fibre 0g Low in fat; low in saturates; high in protein; source of vitamin C; source of vitamin B12


S M O K Y S T R AW B E RRY S K E W E RS Serves 4 Takes 15 mins Cost per serve 88p 400g strawberries, hulled but left whole 2 tsp vegetable oil 1Ω tbsp dark brown soft sugar 100g quark fat-free soft cheese 75ml whipping cream handful small fresh basil leaves

1 Light the barbecue and wait until the Á Û¨ ó « ÉôÂ É Ô ¨ ã 㨠£ «»» ãÉ ¨«£¨ c¨ 㨠Ûã ô « Û ÉÂãÉ Á ã » Û¸ ô Û É Ô ÛÉ ¸ ôÉÉ Â ÉÂ Û Â èÛ¨ »» Éó ô«ã¨ 㨠ɫ» V» É 㨠è É £ «»» ÛÔ «Â¸» ô«ã¨ ¨ »¢ 㨠Ûè£ Â Éɸ ¢É Á«ÂÛ èÂã«» 㨠÷ £«Â ãÉ ¨ ] ã Û« ãÉ ÉÉ» 2 ]ÔÉÉ 㨠Öè ¸ «ÂãÉ Éô»  ÔÉè «Â ã¨ Á  Á «Â«Â£ Ûè£ t¨«Û¸ ãÉ£ 㨠èÂã«» ÛÁÉÉ㨠] ãã 㨠۫» Éó 㨠Ûã ô ÷ Û¸ ô Û Â Û ó ô«ã¨ 㨠Á ¢É «Ôԫ£ Each serving contains Energy

629kJ 151kcal 8%





10g 5g 13g <0.1g 14% 25% 14% 1%


of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 13g Protein 4g Fibre 4g 1 of your 5-a-day; high in vitamin C; source of folate

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Six-step salad Building a seasonal, satisf ying sala d is simple – tr y our mix ’n’ match ideas to make your own Couscous Puy lentils

Wholemeal pasta

Brown rice

1 Base

2 Vegetables

3 Leaves

4 Protein

• Roasted butternut squash • Courgette ribbons • Tomatoes • Griddled asparagus

• Feta • Parma ham • Smoked salmon • Grilled chicken

5 Dressing

GREEN PESTO Thinned with water to a pouring consistency

DIJON MUSTARD 3 parts olive oil + 1 part white wine vinegar + Dijon mustard to taste

FISH OR SOY SAUCE 2 parts rapeseed oil + 1 part sesame oil + 1 part lime juice Û¨ É ÛÉ÷ Û è ãÉ ã Ûã

6 Garnish Fresh basil and mint leaves

LEMON & PARMESAN 3 parts olive oil + 1 part lemon juice + grated Parmesan and lemon zest to taste

Toasted pumpkin  Ûè Éô Û


Chilli Black olives


• Kale • Baby spinach leaves • Watercress • Rocket



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G RE E N V E G G I E B RE A D Makes 1.2kg loaf (about 14 slices) Takes 1 hr 15 mins plus proving and cooling Cost per serve 30p £ Ûã É£ ô¨«ã Éè Ô»èÛ öã for dusting 7g sachet fast-action yeast 1 tsp salt ã ÛÔ É»«ó É«» Ô»èÛ öã ¢É £ ۫£ 125g pack asparagus tips, roughly chopped ÛÁ »» Éè £ ãã Éèã £ ã «ÁÁ and coarsely grated 100g pitted queen green olives, drained, dried and halved lengthways, plus 25g, sliced into rounds to garnish £ó £ ã « ¨ ¨ Û Â »÷ £ ã 1 egg, beaten 56



1 D«ö 㨠Éè ÷ Ûã Â Û »ã «Â » £ bowl. Make a well in the centre. Pour 300ml lukewarm water and 3 tbsp oil into the well and stir to combine. 2 c«Ô ÉÂãÉ »«£¨ã»÷ Éè Ûè ¢  knead for 10 mins or until you have a smooth dough. Put in an oiled bowl and cover loosely with lightly oiled »«Â£ »Á > ó ãÉ «Û «Â ô Á Ô» for 1 hr or until doubled in size. 3 Heat 1 tbsp oil in a large frying pan over a medium-high heat, add the asparagus and stir-fry for 2 mins. Add the courgette and stir-fry for 2-3 mins until both are tender and any liquid released has evaporated. Transfer to a bowl and set aside to cool completely, then stir through the halved olives and 35g cheese. 4 Knock back the dough (see tip, top «£¨ã c ÂÛ¢ ãÉ »«£¨ã»÷ Éè surface and roll out to a 40 x 30cm rectangle. Spread the vegetable mix evenly over the dough, leaving a 2cm É &É» ã¨ É Éó 㨠»»«Â£ pressing gently to seal them in place, then roll up tightly from a short edge. 5 Enclose each end by gently stretching over the dough from the top, then pinch the seams together on the underside. Place the loaf, seam-side down, on a baking tray lined with nonstick baking paper. Éó »ÉÉÛ »÷ ô«ã¨ É«» »«Â£ »Á  leave to rise in a warm place for 1 hr or until doubled in size. Preheat the oven to gas 7, 220°C, fan 200°C. 6 Y ÁÉó 㨠»«Â£ »Á £ Âã»÷ èÛ¨ the loaf with the beaten egg and top with the remaining cheese and olives. Bake for 35-40 mins until golden and the loaf sounds hollow when tapped underneath (loosely cover with foil after 25 mins if the loaf is browning too quickly). Transfer immediately to a wire rack and leave to cool. Carefully slice after around 30 mins if you want to eat it warm, or leave to cool completely. It’s best eaten on the day it’s made. Each slice contains Energy





828kJ 196kcal 10%

7g 10%

2g 8%

1g 1%

0.7g 12%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 30g Protein 6g Fibre 1g Low in sugar; source of protein; source of folate



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WHITE FISH WITH BEAN MASH Serves 4 Takes 25 mins Cost per serve £2.13 ö £ Ô ¸Û Û »» ãÛ 5 tsp olive oil, plus extra for drizzling 2 lemons, 1 zested and juiced, 1 sliced 1 garlic clove, crushed 2 x 400g tins cannellini beans, drained 100ml vegetable stock 2 Little Gem lettuces, quartered lengthways 1 red onion, thinly sliced £ Ô ¸ ¢ Û¨ ã » ¢ Ô Û» ÷ roughly chopped

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1200kJ 285kcal 14%



9g 2g 12% 12%



3g 3%

1.1g 18%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 19g Protein 33g Fibre 9g 1 of your 5-a-day; high in protein; low in fat; low in saturates

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BAKED TOFU WITH G I N G E R RI C E DF Serves 4 Takes 30 mins plus drying Cost per serve 96p

396g pack tofu 250g brown rice 40g breadcrumbs 4 tsp vegetable oil 1 egg 2 garlic cloves, crushed Á Ô« £«Â£ Ô »   »÷ grated 320g pack pepper stir-fry mix 2 tsp soy sauce 10g fresh coriander leaves, roughly chopped (optional) chilli sauce, to serve 1 lime, cut into wedges to serve

1 Drain the tofu and pat with kitchen paper to remove excess moisture. Wrap in a clean tea towel, put a heavy pan on top and leave to dry out until needed.

2 Preheat the oven to gas 7, 220°C, fan 200°C. Cook the rice to pack instructions, then drain well. 3 Meanwhile, mix the breadcrumbs with 2 tsp oil. Beat the egg in a separate shallow bowl. Cut the tofu into 16 even pieces and dip in the egg, then coat with the breadcrumbs. Transfer to a nonstick baking tray and bake for 20 mins. 4 Heat the remaining oil in a wok over a medium heat. Add the garlic, ginger and vegetable mix and stir-fry for 2 mins. Add the rice and stir-fry for 3 mins more until piping hot. Stir in the soy sauce and half the coriander (if using), then serve topped with the tofu, a drizzle of chilli sauce, the remaining coriander and lime wedges for squeezing over. Each serving contains Energy





1727kJ 409kcal 20%

10g 15%

2g 9%

7g 7%

0.6g 10%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 66g Protein 16g Fibre 4g Low in fat; low in saturates; source of protein

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SLOPPY-JOE STUFFED P E P P E RS W I T H W E D G E S Serves 4 GF freeze mince mixture only Takes Á«ÂÛ Cost per serve £1.39 600g potatoes, cut into wedges 4 tsp olive oil É«É  »÷ ¨ÉÔÔ 250g turkey breast mince 2 garlic cloves, crushed 2 tbsp tomato purée 30g pack fresh coriander, roughly chopped 4 mixed cooking peppers, halved 1 tsp smoked paprika 50g lighter mature Cheddar, grated 370g bag sweet and crunchy salad, to serve

1 V ¨ ã 㨠Éó  ãÉ £ Û ¢  / » £ Û è Ô Â Éó 㨠potatoes with cold water and bring to the boil. Simmer for 10 mins until tender, then drain and set aside. 2 Meanwhile, heat 2 tsp olive oil in a lidded saucepan over a medium heat. 㨠É«É Éó  Éɸ ¢É Á«ÂÛ Remove the lid, add the turkey mince and «Â Û ã¨ ¨ ã ãÉ ¨«£¨ Éɸ ¢É Á«ÂÛ stirring, then add the garlic and tomato purée and cook for a further 2 mins. Remove from the heat and stir in most of the coriander and 4 tbsp water; season to taste. Put the pepper halves on a large baking tray and divide the mince mixture between them. 3 Put the potato wedges on a separate baking tray and toss with the paprika and remaining oil; season. Bake the peppers  ô £ Û ¢É Á«ÂÛ ã¨ Â Û ãã 㨠cheese over the peppers and turn the ÔÉã ãÉ Û ¸ ¢É ¢è 㨠Á«ÂÛ until the wedges are lightly golden, the peppers are tender and the cheese has melted. Scatter the peppers with the remaining coriander and serve with the wedges and salad. Each serving contains Energy

1327kJ 315kcal 16%





8g 3g 11g 1.0g 11% 13% 13% 17%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 38g Protein 25g Fibre 7g 2 of your 5-a-day; high in protein; rich in vitamin C; source of vitamin B6



CHILLI-LIME CHICKEN S &A L A D Q U I N OA S A L A D Serves 4 DF GF Serves 4 Á«ÂÛ Ô»èÛ Á «Â ã«Â£ Takes Takesper Cost 25 mins, serveplus marinating Cost per serve £?? 2 limes, zested and juiced 12 large limes,red zested chilli,and halved juiced and thinly sliced 1 largepack 650g red chilli, chicken halved breast and portions thinly sliced 4 xchicken 2 250g pouches breast portions, microwave from wholegrain a 650g packand quinoa rice 2 x 250g 50g frozen packs soyared beans and white cooked Ωquinoa tsp ground cumin 50g edamame 100g radishes, soya quartered beans Ω tsp 70g bag ground wild rocket cuminleaves 100gpack 30g radishes, fresh thinly mint, sliced leaves chopped 70g bag wild rocket leaves 130g Mixpack the lime andchopped juice and the mint,zest leaves

chilli in a shallow dish. Season, add the chicken 1 Preheatand thetoss grillto tocoat. its highest Set aside setting for and10 line mins a baking to marinate. tray with Meanwhile, foil. Mix the preheat lime zestthe andgrill juice to and its highest the chilli setting in a and shallow line dish. a baking Season, tray with thenfoil. add the

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CHEAT IT Instead of making your own tomato paste, brush the pork loin steaks with red pesto, if you like.

Serves 4 GF Serves35 Takes 4 mins Takesper Cost 35 mins serve £1.58 Cost per serve £?? 400g baby new potatoes, cut into 400g bite-sized baby new pieces potatoes, diced into 1 aubergine, 2cm cubesdiced 1 red aubergine, onion, diced diced 1 tbsp red onion, olive oil diced 1 tbsp 40g sundried olive oiltomatoes with garlic 40g and sundried herbs, drained tomatoes from a 225g pack, £V Á drained Û Â Â »÷ £ ã 1 lemon, £ V Ázested Û Â Â »÷ £ ã 4 thin-cut £ ¨«ó Û pork  »÷loin ¨ÉÔÔ steaks Ô»èÛ öã ãÉ 200g serve cherry tomatoes 1 lemon, zested 1 Preheat gas 200°C, ö £ Ô the ¸Ûoven ÔÉ ¸ to »É«Â Ûã 6, ¸Û fan 180°C. thetomatoes potatoes,on the 200g pack Put cherry aubergine and red onion in a large vine

roasting tin. Add the oil, season and 1 Preheat mix well. Roast the oven for 20 to mins. gas 6, 200°C, 180°C 2 Meanwhile, fan. Putblitz the the potatoes, sundried aubergine and tomatoes, Parmesan red onion andin half a the large roasting lemon zest to tray. makeAdd a rough the oil, seasonSpread paste. and mixover well.the Roast porkfor 20 mins.ensuring they are steaks, 2 Meanwhile, completely coated. blitz the sundried 3 Put the tomatoes, coated pork steaks Parmesan, and tomatoes chives on top andof lemon the zest to make vegetables and a rough roast paste. for a Spread over further 10-12the mins pork until steaks, the ensuring pork is cooked they are through. completely coated. with the remaining Garnish 3 Put the lemon zest coated to serve. pork steaks and vine tomatoes on top of the Each serving contains vegetables, then roast for a further Energy Fat Salt Saturates Sugars 1721mins kJ 10-12 until8g the pork is cooked 7g 0.9g 412kcal 25g through. Scatter over % 39% 8%more 15%chopped 21% 35 chives serve.intake. See page 8. of theto reference Carbohydrate 23g Protein 26g Fibre 3g

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Perfect match Celebrate World Avocado Month in June with this delicious recipe


ummer’s almost here: time for quick, nutritious meals like this avocado fattoush. It’s packed with creamy avocados (from 85p each), which are a source of vitamin E – a nutrient that strengthens the immune system and helps to maintain healthy skin. There’s also fibre in The Food Doctor Seed & Cereal Pittas (6 x 60g, £1). They’re baked in a stone oven for a crisp bite, with a tasty mix of grains and seeds.

AVO C A D O FAT T O U S H Serves 4 Takes 25 mins Cost per serve £2.30 5 The Food Doctor Seed & Cereal Pittas 3 tbsp olive oil 1 lemon, zested and juiced 1 cucumber, halved, deseeded and cut into bite-sized pieces 500g mixed tomatoes, roughly chopped 100g radishes, thinly sliced 15g fresh mint leaves, Ω roughly chopped 160g pomegranate seeds 2 avocados, halved, stoned and peeled

1 Preheat the oven to gas 6, 200°C, fan 180°C. Halve 1 pitta so you have 2 rounds; brush with a little oil on both sides. Bake on a baking tray for 10-15 mins until crisp. Put the remaining pittas in the oven on a baking tray for the last 3-4 mins to warm through. 2 Meanwhile, in a small jug, whisk the remaining oil with the lemon juice and zest; season. 3 Divide the cucumber, tomatoes, radishes and chopped mint between 4 bowls. Drizzle the dressing over the salad and toss to coat. Break up the 2 crisp pitta rounds and scatter over with the pomegranate seeds and remaining mint. 4 Slice each avocado half lengthways, three-quarters of the way to the thinner end, then fan out on top of the salad bowls. Serve with the warmed pittas. Each serving contains Energy

1889kJ 452kcal 23%





26g 5g 12g 0.5g 37% 26% 13% 9%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 42g Protein 11g Fibre 8g



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Moroccan-style lamb Heat 1 tbsp olive oil in a large frying pan over a mediumhigh heat. Fry 2 defrosted Minted Lamb Leg Steaks for 1-1Ω mins each side, then transfer to a plate, leaving any juices behind. Rest for 1 min. Add a 265g pack Tesco ĈÁ�ÚâƧ Moroccan Couscous to the pan and heat for 1 min. Divide the couscous between 2 plates and top each with a lamb steak. Spoon 1 heaped tbsp Low Fat Greek Style Yogurt onto each plate and scatter over an 80g pack Pomegranate Seeds. Drizzle with olive oil and season with black pepper. Serve with Lemon Wedges. Each serving contains

Serves 4 Cost per serve £2.86


2062kJ 492kcal 25%





21g 6g 21g 1.0g 30% 28% 24% 17%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 48g Protein 27g Fibre 4g High in protein




meals with minimal cooking and maximum flavour

Prawn pesto pasta Cook a 300g pack Tesco ĈÁ�ÚâƧ King Prawn & Sicilian Lemon Tortelloni (or Basil Pesto Tortelloni) to pack instructions. Meanwhile, heat 1 tbsp olive oil in a large frying pan over a medium heat. Add a 250g pack Courgette Spaghetti and a 145g pack King Prawns & Slow Roasted Tomatoes; cook for 2 mins. Drain the tortelloni and add to the pan. Stir in 3 heaped tbsp Reduced Fat Green Pesto. Divide between 2 plates; top with Basil Leaves. Each serving contains Energy

2202kJ 528kcal 26%



28g 4g 40% 19%



8g 9%

2.4g 41%

of the reference intake. See page 8. Carbohydrate 45g Protein 21g Fibre 7g

Serves 2 Cost per serve £3.52

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Divide between the holes of a well-greased muffin tin. Whisk eggs with a splash of milk; season. Pour into the holes and sprinkle with cheese. Bake for 20 mins or until set. QUICK PEPPER DIP Roast halved peppers in a hot oven until tender; cool. Blitz with crumbled feta, toasted almonds and dill. Add olive oil to loosen. Serve with cruditĂŠs or toasted pitta.


and pour in boiling water to come halfway up the sides. Bake for 15 mins or until set.

SQUID RINGS LEMON PEPPER SQUID *Mix CRISPY breadcrumbs, lemon zest and black pepper. Toss squid rings in flour, beaten egg, then the crumbs. Fry in 1cm oil in a frying pan for 3-5 mins, turning halfway, until golden. SEAFOOD SPAGHETTI Soften sliced garlic and crushed chillies in oil. Add tinned tomatoes; fry over a high heat for 10 mins. Add squid and raw king prawns; simmer for 3-5 mins until cooked. Toss with spaghetti and chopped parsley.



GREEN JUICE Put spinach, chopped cucumber, lime juice, mint leaves and chilled apple juice in a blender and blitz until smooth. SPINACH & BAKED EGGS Wilt spinach in a pan with butter and a little grated nutmeg; season. Butter ramekins, half-fill with spinach, crack an egg into each, then drizzle with cream. Put in a roasting tin



taste. Add a splash of olive oil and lime juice to loosen; season. Serve with sweet potato wedges, or drizzled over grilled lamb chops. HONEY FROZEN YOGURT Fold honey through yogurt. Freeze in a shallow freezer-proof container, whisking well with a fork every 30 mins until set.


HARISSA PASTE CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS *WhiskSTICKY harissa, honey, olive oil and lemon juice, to taste. Toss with chicken drumsticks on a foil-lined baking tray. Cook in a hot oven, turning and basting regularly, for 25-30 mins until cooked through. HARISSA-GLAZED AUBERGINE Mix harissa with olive oil and brush over scored aubergine halves. Place on a lined baking tray and bake in a hot oven for 20-25 mins until tender. Scatter with toasted pine nuts and mint leaves.

* GREEK YOGURT YOGURT DIP *Stir SPICED crushed garlic, turmeric, paprika, chopped chilli and lime zest into yogurt, to

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MINI FRITTATAS *Fry diced pepper and spring onion in oil.

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Whether you have an allerg y or follow a sp e cif ic diet, new filters make shopping online at simple


oing your grocery shop online is ultra-convenient. But if you have a dietary requirement or want to pick healthier options such as low salt or low fat, checking ingredients for each product takes time. That’s where Tesco, in partnership with Spoon Guru, can help. Coeliac? Search and  㨠É裨 㨠>«¢ Ûã÷»  Dietary tab at or via 㨠c Û É ' É « Û ÔÔ ãÉ »ã all the gluten-free options in seconds. Uniquely, it lists all products that have totally gluten-free ingredients,

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DID YOU KNOW…? There are 3.5 times more vegans in the UK than there were in 2006, making it the fastest-growing lifestyle movement; 35% of people say they are ‘semi-vegetarian’. Adults should consume a maximum of 6g of salt per day, but the average Brit consumes 8.5g. The low-salt filter is an easy way to help you choose wisely. About 2 million people in the UK have a food allergy, excluding food intolerances. 42% of people are considering reducing their meat intake, and 29% of dinners are already free from meat and fish.

I find the dietary filter really useful – no more reading long lists of ingredients – thanks! Jessica Brennan, Tesco customer


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Hello, sunshine The sun is just around the corner so get rea dy for dining outdoors, your f irst barb e cue of the year and the chance to refresh your home with some new-season gems…

LAID-BACK SUMMER STYLE Keep your dining table fresh, understated and chic. Plain white crockery is a great investment and easy to update or accessorise however you like. Introduce a colour ÓÈÓ ö ººªÁ¢ Èóº óªâ§ a single type of fruit, such as lemons, tomatoes or bright green apples. 73


Many hands make light work, but when it comes to household jobs, helping hands often disappear. Here’s how to get ever yone involved magine living in a home where the fridge is always full and your sock drawer is never empty. Bills are paid on time, birthdays never forgotten. There’s even enough spare time to run yourself a bath. Sound like a distant dream? Hardly surprising when research shows that half of those who say their home isn’t as clean as they’d like blame it on being too busy*. With the burden of housework often falling to one person, it’s no wonder so many of us are drowning in our to-do list, which includes remembering everything from sports days to adding washing powder to the shopping list.



‘This mental load can actually cause more exhaustion than the physical load of running a home,’ says Martina Sheehan, author of Do Less, Be More (Hay House). We think it’s time for less stress and more fun, so let go of the reins and get everyone to help out. Hello teamwork!

HOLD A MEETING ‘This is the best way to get everyone on board diplomatically,’ says Fiona Bennett, professional organiser at First, make a list of all the jobs that need to be done to keep things ticking over. This might include putting the bins out, feeding the pets or doing the washing up. See if you can share out these jobs, agreeing when they will be done and by whom. ‘Handle the process carefully and respectfully,’ says Fiona. ‘It should be a sharing of ideas, where everyone is heard.’ Discuss the chores you dislike. What one person hates, another may  » /¢ 㨠are jobs you all dislike,

you could do them as a team, or take it in turns. You ô«»»  ãÉ ö« » «Â »»Éô«Â£ Ô ÉÔ» ãÉ É ã Û¸ in their own way without criticism. If you’re really fussy about folding sheets super-neatly, it might be best to do this job yourself.

WORDS KIM JONES ILLUSTRATION BROOK VALENTINE *According to a survey by cleaning product company Spontex

CREATE INCENTIVES Children will need a bit of motivation, says Fiona. ‘A tidy house is not something they aspire to, so you need to come up with something more exciting. I’ve researched the pros and cons of monetary rewards for children and if you reward them for every job, you run the risk of them refusing to do tasks because they have enough money saved up.’ The best way to avoid this is to have a basic set of jobs that are compulsory (keeping their room tidy and taking dirty clothes to the laundry basket for example), while things like helping clean the kitchen and bathroom are extras they can earn from. ‘For younger children, instead of money try another reward system,’ says Fiona. ‘We use marbles in a jar Á÷ ãô«ÂÛ ÂÁ » Û ¢É ɫ£ ¶É Û É Û¨Éô«Â£ kindness. Have a target of 10, and when that’s reached, your child can have a pre-arranged reward such as a set amount of screen time.’ Happy days!

BUILD A MEAL PLAN Meal planning and shopping can eat up hours. ‘I suggest having a twoweek rolling meal programme that you tweak when you need to,’ says Fiona. This way you have a shopping list ready to go each week. If you already share the cooking, that’s great. If not, get everyone to choose a meal from the list they’d be happy to make or help to make.


Discuss the chores you dislike. What one person hates, another may like

Find out what irritates your household. This is a chance not only to air grievances (calmly, now) but to have a £«££» ãÉÉ ¢ã ÷Éè ó « Â㫠㨠«ÛÛè Û ÷Éè  come up with a ‘duty list’ that could include rules like: /¢ ÷Éè «ۨ ÛÉÁ 㨫£ ô¨ 㨠«ã Û Û¨Éô £ » É ¶ É¢ Ô Âèã èãã Ô» Û «ÂÛ «ã Éèã ÷ » «ã  pop it on the shopping list; When you have a bath or shower, or brush your teeth in the sink, please clean it afterwards; If you see the bin’s full, please empty it.

TEAM UP TO TIDY UP ‘Make sure everything in your house, from school bags to opened letters, has a home that everyone knows about,’ says Fiona. ‘Make it a rule that everyone returns items after use. This doesn’t have ãÉ «ÁÁ « ã »÷ «ã Û K< ãÉ » ã ¸« Û «Á £«Â ã«ó  öÔ «Á Âã »  »»Éô Á ÛÛ ãÉ ¨ ÔÔ Â èã have a team tidy-up at some point. It doesn’t have to be a boring chore: put on some music and set a time »«Á«ã ãÉ ¢è c¨ Û Á ÔÔ»« Û ãÉ Á »ã«Á Û £ ã everyone into the habit of clearing the dining table so it doesn’t always fall to one person.’

LET IT GO If you think you’ll have trouble giving up the control that running the home gave you, think again. ‘It’s nice to feel indispensable, but it’s much more rewarding to feel part of a great team,’ says Fiona. ‘And it’s no fun being around a control freak! In fact it can very quickly disempower everyone else in the family.’ Teamwork makes for a happier home, and getting kids involved gives them a sense of pride and achievement. It also gives you the chance to enjoy more me-time. Now, how about running yourself that bath?



Hotel chic Bring a b outique fe el to your home with these buys and insider tips to create a spa ce that’s st ylish and livable


STYLING TIP Make use of neglected nooks and wasted spaces by creating a cosy reading corner. Or, if you don’t have room for that, use a decorative side table to display your favourite accessories. Cruse Brass Socks Side Table, £49 526-0842; Dexter Velvet Armchair, £429 773-1686; Cushions, from £12 See in store or online for details


MAKE A STATEMENT ]É¨É ÛÛ Â D« É É c » £199 673-2337; ]É¨É YÉè ÛÛ Â D« É «Â¸Û c É»» ÷ £149 447-3160; Copper  £É» ô ¢ ÉÁ See in store or online for details; '» ÛÛ Û From a selection, see in store or online for details

Mix and match metallics for modern decadence Gold, rose gold, bronze and copper can all work together harmoniously. Go bold on walls and floors Midnight blue against metallics creates a striking look, ô¨«» ÛÛÉ « Û «Â ô¨«ã É ô¨«ã É mid-grey keep the look fresh for spring. Introduce an accent colour Hot pink is the perfect addition to this palette. /Âã É è «ã ô«ã¨ Éô Û Â ÛÛÉ « Û

Play with texture in shiny metallics, coloured glass and embroidery

COLOUR PALETTE INSPIRATION > &c ]É¨É YÉè ÛÛ Â D« É E Ûã É¢ c » Û KÁ »s Û Ÿ In gold 181-7326 Ks s Û ô«ã¨ D ã » Û Ÿ In cerise 616-1134; D £20 776-2122. »» É㨠 » Û ó Û Û » Âã ÂÛ Â a selection, see in store or online for details

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DIVE INTO DECADENCE Create a sumptuous, boutique boudoir with moody hues, opulent fabrics and glitzy decorative objects. Freshen the look for the new season by contrasting that with white patterned bed linen and a chic new bedside table. If you have lightcoloured walls, opt for hot pink or grey designs on your bed.

Our illustrations and patterns are all original and hand-drawn, and we’ve chosen premium materials such as goose feathers and velvet Steve Rowe, Tesco Head of Design

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HOTEL CHIC Create the look in an instant with these key statement pieces for an elegant and sophisticated style

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT Metal Base Lamp, £30 In rose gold 589-2978; Gold Feather Trinket Tray, £10 787-7392; Velvet Cushion, £12 In cerise 439-7925; Copper Pineapple Cup with Straw, £10 347-2211 Topaz & Amber « èÛ £12 200ml 290-4159; Hexagon Marble Box, £12 482-5815; Orchid in Metallic Pot, £18 In cerise 581-4610; Soho Espresso Cup and Saucer, £4 372-2031 80

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Age of elegance Classic vintage st yle re ceives a revamp for 2018 with mute d tones and b old shap es

Carrington Armchair, £429 In grey 119-4595; Large Carrington Sofa (with check cushions), £629 In pink 297-9408; Carrington Footstool, £279 In grey 160-1970; Fern Print Curtains, £70 66x90in 338-6698, £65 66x72in 320-6906, £60 66x54in 775-6178; Cushions, from £20 See in store or online for details; Accessories From a selection, see in store or online for details 82

PARE IT BACK Twist the traditional with bare walls Try Ô » £ ÷ É É ô¨«ã and stripped-back ÉÉ É Û /¢ ÷Éè have carpets and wallpapered walls, introduce a modern feel with statement candles and striking Éô «ÛÔ» ÷Û


NEW ROMANCE Nostalgic hues are back Soft shades of dahlia pink, dusky rose and dove grey combine to create a fresh new palette for summer. This look is romantic and sophisticated; classic furniture and delicate patterns are interspersed with modern touches such as statement vases and oversized table lamps.

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Jardin dinnerware, from £4.50 See in store or online for details

Choose muted pinks and lilacs over baby pastels

Flower power Introduce florals in a contemporar y way

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ABOVE Mirrors, from £8; Vases, from £12; Candelabra, £25, 308-8198; Other accessories From a selection, see in store or online for details

ABOVE LEFT Lucia Upholstered Bedframe, £369 In mink double 128-1182; Garden Birds Duvet Set, £26 Double 538-8201; Charterhouse Bevelled Glass Chest, £299 404-1074; Iridescent Glass Table Lamp, £40 170-9126

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Cutting edge Kit out the kitchen for a Bank Holiday feast with pans and knives designed for serious co oks JUST THE JOB Tough, durable pans are the mainstay of any kitchen. Go Cook forged aluminium pans are exceptionally hard-wearing, while the stainless-steel range mixes beauty with utility thanks to innovative features such as twin pouring lips and straining lids for easy draining.

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A CUT ABOVE Bring a professional edge to your cooking with a reliable set of knives. The Go Cook Damascus range is made using traditional crafting techniques for long-lasting sharpness yet features contemporary design. Alternatively, the Go Cook Soft Grip knives deliver ö Ôã«É » ¨«£¨ Öè »«ã÷ ã ÉÛã ã«ó Ô « »» ¸Â«ó Û £è Âã ¢É ÷ Û

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Make the most of your outdoor spa ce – whatever the size – with these st ylish furniture sets

LUXURIOUS LOUNGING If you have a larger garden, why not create a relaxing reading area in a shady spot? This gorgeous San Marino L-Shape Sofa Lounge Set is great for gatherings that go on long into the night – just add throws and blankets if it gets chilly. San Marino L-Shape Sofa Lounge Set, £350 701-5780; t«»»Éô £É ÷ èÛ¨«É £12 458-1944; ÷»« « ÁÉ t«Â '» ÛÛ Û £3 each; »è «Ô «Û¨ three-pack; »è Éã D » Á«Â Serving Platter, £8. 8

A coffee table is great for get-togethers. Pile with nibbles and let everyone tuck in!


TWO’S COMPANY If you’ve only got a small outdoor space, this rattan San Marino Bistro Set is just right for enjoying morning coffee or afternoon tea. ]  D «ÂÉ «Ûã É ] ã 299-7335; D ÛÉ : ]É» ]㠫£ >«£¨ãÛ £10 674-4781; t«»»Éô £É ÷ èÛ¨«É £12 458-1944.

COMPACT SOLUTION If you need to seat four but space is at a premium, this San Marino Cube Set will fit the bill. Comfortable, chic and neat, the chairs tuck underneath the table for the ultimate space saver. San Marino Cube Set, £300 186-7432; 20 Solar Light Bulb >«£¨ãÛ 410-2304.

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FEED A CROWD If you love entertaining and have a spacious patio or terrace, this Andalucia Garden Furniture Set with its sun parasol and easy-to-clean glass-top table is perfect.  »è « ' £250 122-5971

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All new Tesco furniture sets are treated but, for extra protection, apply wood preserver or oil and reapply annually. Ensure the wood is clean and dry, and pay particular attention to the legs, where moisture can be absorbed. Keep wooden furniture in a shed or garage when the weather is bad. • PLASTIC AND RATTAN FURNITURE Items made from plastic resin are more hard-wearing, but be sure to cover them in bright sunlight when not in use to prevent fading. To wash, use soapy water and a sponge – a scourer is too abrasive. This also applies to rattan furniture. Bring rattan indoors during winter, as it’s not as resilient as plastic. • METAL FURNITURE Aluminium and cast iron are very resilient and need little maintenance beyond washing with soapy water, but steer clear of pressure washers, as they can damage the coating. Metal furniture can usually be left out in all weathers if it has been treated with an anti-rust product.

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Get your garden ready for summer You’ll enjoy your garden even more if it’s tidy. Here’s how to make light work of the job C L E A N YO U R F U RN I T U RE If your patio furniture lives permanently outdoors, protect it with a plastic cover. When you uncover it in the spring, give the tables and chairs a wipe-down with Cif Outdoor Furniture Wipes, 15 wipes, £2 (13p each). They’re large and thick, making them quick and easy to use, plus there’s no need to rinse after. P RE P T H E B A RB E C U E Who isn’t eager for the first barbecue of the summer? So be prepared by getting your grill clean and ready to use. A grill brush with wire bristles makes the job easy or, if you don’t have one, screw up some kitchen foil into a ball and use that. Team that with Cif Outdoor BBQ Spray, 450ml, £2 (£4.44/ltr), to make short work of any baked-on grease. B RU S H U P YO U R D RI V E WAY Boost your curb appeal with a garden path that’s as good as new. Use a bristle brush to get rid of dirt, mould, algae and fungi stains from your paths and driveway, coupled with diluted Jeyes Fluid Outdoor Cleaner, 1ltr, £9. It kills 99.9 per cent of germs, and can be used on pet housing too. SHINE THOSE WINDOW FRAMES Don’t forget to clean your outside uPVC window frames. Simply spray on HG uPVC ‘Powerful’ Cleaner, 500ml, £5.80 (£11.60/ltr), leave it to work for a few minutes, then wipe off. To reach the window frame tops and any awkward spots safely, consider using a stepladder and telescopic cleaning brushes. G E T S E T F O R P L AY T I M E The kids will be keen to play outside as soon as the sun is out, so brush any mud off their play equipment with a stiff brush, then use a sponge, warm water and some Cif Outdoor Multipurpose Cream, 450ml, £2 (£4.44/ltr). Its powerful micro-particles will tackle tough stains and lift grime clean away. An old toothbrush is useful for digging dirt out of awkward spots. P RE S S U RE - WA S H T H E PAT I O Here’s a top tip for ridding your patio of ingrained dirt, mildew and algae: clear the area, then use Jeyes Patio Power, 4ltr, £15 (£3.75/ltr), in your pressure washer and spray your patio clean – no need for any backbreaking scrubbing. Make sure you wear goggles and gloves, and keep pets and children out of the garden until the patio has dried.

…and don’t forget the little details! B E AT S I N K B L O C K Don’t let a blocked sink and resulting flooded patio ruin your party. If your kitchen sink or bathroom basin isn’t draining, reach for HG Duo Unblocker, 2 x 500ml bottles, £10.50. The unique two-component technology works in tandem to clear even the most persistent blockages. Safe to use: it neither foams or splashes when you pour it down the drain.

BIN THE SMELLS Don’t let smelly bins spoil your summer. Empty kitchen bins regularly, particularly in hot weather. Don’t forget to rinse food packaging before recycling it, to avoid attracting flies. And freshen up indoor and outdoor bins with a sprinkling of Jeyes Freshbin Powder Cool Linen, 550g, £2.20 (£4/ltr), to kill germs and neutralise nasty niffs. n



New flames Choosing the perfect barbecue is simple with our handy guide WHICH MODEL IS RIGHT FOR YOU?


Brilliant value, this Starter Kettle BBQ, £25 505-8166, even comes with tools!

Feed the family with this great-value Barrel Charcoal BBQ with Cover, £40 440-2387.

Charcoal grills are generally 㨠ÁÉ É » ÉÔã«É  are conveniently portable, but the coals take a while to heat up, so they are not suitable for grilling in a hurry. They do give a »Éó »÷ ÛÁɸ÷ óÉè ãÉ ¢ÉÉ Gas burners heat up quickly so you can be ready to grill in minutes, plus they’re super-easy to clean. The practical choice if you do a lot of barbecuing and entertaining, but they usually require a larger investment.


Compact and É » ã¨«Û Two Burner Gas BBQ, £50 763-6030, is ideal for gas barbie newbies.

Make outdoor dining easy with the American Three Burner Gas BBQ, £125 555-6175 – the gas burners allow for temperature adjustment without the mess and hassle of coals.

Cleaning your barbecue will Á ¸ «ã è ÁÉ « Âã»÷ prolong its life and prevent the spread of bacteria that can cause food poisoning. Ensure the barbecue has cooled Éô ÁÉó Û¨ ÉÂ É » barbecues or safely disconnect £ Û Y ÁÉó 㨠£ ã Û ã¨ Â èÛ ¨Éã ÛÉ Ô÷ ô ã  barbecue brush to clean. Most barbecue tools can go in the dishwasher.




The smart-looking Outback Solis Four Burner Gas BBQ with Side Burner and Cover, £195 555-6175, is great for feeding a crowd.

Combining a sleek and durable steel frame with a spacious porcelain cooking grill, the Outback Lumina Six Burner Premium Gas BBQ with Side Burner and Cover, £400 731-2585, is a stylish investment.

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Kit yourself out with this Outback BBQ Stainless Steel Tool Set in Aluminium Case, £18 158-8068.


8 ways to keep your family sun safe With top advice from Nivea Sun and Cancer Research UK, you can keep safe in the sun, at home and abroad



When the family is getting dressed, look for areas that aren’t covered by clothes and apply sunscreen. Put plenty on and reapply often. Adults and kids should use sunscreen with at least SPF15 and four or more stars for protection against the two main types of UV rays.



One of the best ways to protect your skin is to spend time in the shade. Look for full shade, rather than dappled trees. If you’re sitting under an umbrella in the garden, make sure you move it (or yourself) as the sun shifts.






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In strong sunshine everyone needs to wear clothes that cover them up – think loose, long-sleeved tops, wide-brimmed hats or caps, and a pair of sunglasses.

Left to right: Kids Roll-on SPF50+ 50ml, £5 (£10/100ml); Kids Moisturising Sun Spray SPF50+ 200ml, £5 (£2.50/100ml); Protect & Moisture Sun Spray SPF50+ 200ml, £5 (£2.50/100ml); Protect & Moisture Sun Lotion SPF50+ 200ml, £5 (£2.50/100ml)

The sun’s UV rays are strongest between 11am and 3pm, when the sun is at its highest in the sky. Head for shade around this time and try to plan outdoor activities for during the earlier and later parts of the day.


months of April and September when UV levels are at their highest, and especially if your family’s skin burns easily.



Know when the sun is at its strongest by checking out your shadow. When it is shorter than you are, that’s when you’re most likely to burn.



Get to know how your and your family’s skin responds in the sun. If you have a lighter skin tone or burn more easily, take extra care. Don’t let sunburn catch you out.


You can’t feel UV radiation, so it can be easy to get sunburnt – even in the UK. Wear sunscreen, cover up and aim for shade, particularly between the

Look for SPF15 or higher, then put plenty on and reapply regularly. It’s what you do with it that counts!



Almost one in five of us is knowingly using expired sunscreen*. The bottle should have a symbol on the back telling you how long you can use it for, but this is usually a year after opening.


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A dash of nostalgia c an b oost your conf idence, help you rela x and raise a smile. Find out how you c an make the past work for you


past or thinking everything was better back then is going to create an unhappy present. As with most areas of life, balance is the key.’ Memory is vital to continuity, connecting us to our former selves. Were you brave as child? Kind to Éã¨ Û Y ã«Â£ É ã¨ÉÛ £ÉÉ qualities that are still part of your makeup is a powerful thing. It’s why we get a buzz from reliving our misspent youths: dancing around the kitchen to the songs that made us giddy as teenagers lets us feel as carefree as we did back then – if only for an evening. c¨  ãÛ É¢ ÔÉÛ«ã«ó ã«É ¢ ÉÁ £ ã É   creativity to aiding relaxation and contentment – are so bountiful that it’s worth being mindful of the process. Our senses are closely entwined with memory: sights, sounds and ÛÁ »»Û  »» «Â£ ã¨ Ô Ûã ÉÉ «Â£ back, making them an easy way to access your good-memory archive.

SOUNDS GOOD Music has the power to transport you to your youth in an instant. For the ultimate feel-good night in, invite friends round to dance to oldschool classics in your kitchen with a few glasses of wine. Or create a playlist of your old ‘going-out’ tunes and listen to it when you exercise, for a hit of energy. You might be surprised how much longer you can run, jog or dance.

creating physical memories: sort those digital photos you’ve been meaning to print out, frame your favourite snaps and start a 2018 album so you have new memories. Or jump on the ‘home movie’ trend and download a nostalgic videomaking app such as VHS Camcorder (£3.99 App Store; £2.99 Google Play) to create vintage-feel videos. All of this adds up to the perfect excuse to sing your heart out into your hairbrush or indulge in another slice of Mum’s fruitcake. Because as well as making you feel good, you  É Âã ÷Éè ɫ£ something positive for your mental wellbeing. The past really can help create a happier present.


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Layer it on Layering lotions is a great way to take you from one season to the next. ‘For day, apply a vitamin C cream or serum under an SPF of at least 15,’ says skincare expert Kerry Payne (Omniya. ‘Vitamin C is one of the best ingredients for treating and preventing uneven pigmentation and age spots,’ she says. It also boosts radiance. Smooth on Nivea Q10 plus C Anti-Wrinkle + Energy Day Cream 50ml, £10.95 (£21.90/100ml). In the evening, opt for a lighter night cream, but layer it after facial oil or serum. We like Nivea Daily Essentials Urban Skin Detox + 48H Moisture Boost Night Gel Cream 50ml, £7.99 (£15.98/100ml).

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After washing hair, use TRESemmé Biotin+ Repair 7 Conditioner 400ml, £5 (£1.25/100ml), to ensure it looks healthy and hydrated. The range’s unique formula strengthens each strand, inside and out. Pay attention to the bottom three-quarters of your hair, concentrating on the ends.

1 B RU S H O F F Combing stubborn tangles out of wet hair can really tug and cause damage. Try brushing your hair before washing it, to eliminate the worst of the knots. Or use a widetoothed comb or cushion brush after washing. It won’t pull at hair like a regular brush, and removes tangles with less wear and tear.



2 IN THE WASH Start your hair-care routine by cleansing your hair with a protective shampoo like TRESemmé Biotin+ Repair 7 Shampoo 400ml, £5 (£1.25/100ml). Its special formula penetrates inside the hair fibre to restore broken bonds caused by hair damage. Apply a generous amount to wet hair, gently massage the scalp and roots with your fingertips to work into a lather, then rinse thoroughly.

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3 S TAY C O O L Water that’s too hot can leave hair looking lifeless, so wash hair in warm water. The final, post-conditioner rinse should be as cold as you can bear. This helps close the hair shaft, locking in nutrients and leaving hair looking healthy and shiny.




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OUR PANEL Bryony Bowie, 25, from Cumbria, has mildly discoloured teeth and has tried a whitening paste for sensitive teeth. Alison Fordy, 40, from Kent, would like to have whiter teeth, but has not used a whitening toothpaste before. Emma Ferguson, 34, from London, has discoloured teeth, but tends to buy enamel protection toothpastes.

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Tania Brown is an international yoga instructor from southeast London. Visit for online tutorials, and follow her on Instagram and Facebook for quick tips and inspiration.

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Create a calm space for your yoga. It should be quiet and clean, without clutter. If you’re distracted, you won’t get the most out of your practice.

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Bare feet are best. This will prevent you from slipping and make you feel ‘grounded’.

Try a simple breathing exercise. Sit on a chair or, if you can, cross-legged on your mat. Breathe in for a count of four, then exhale for a count of four. Repeat 10 times with a straight spine and your eyes closed.


If you start with the breathing exercise (above) each day, soon you will start to want to do simple stretches and


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Take a few moments before you move to really focus on the moment so that you can feel the poses.


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Enjoy! Yoga is fun and will improve how you feel. Don’t put any pressure on yourself to excel at it, or for it to be another thing you ‘should’ be doing. Just get going – you’ll soon  «ã ô«»» «ÁÔ Éó ÷Éè mind, body and spirit.

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