40 WAYS TO SAVE time & money
From what’s on trend to advice guaranteed to revolutionise your time, plus Triple-tested recipes, the GH experts share their tricks to make you smarter in the kitchen…
40 WAYS TO SAVE TIME AND MONEY 2017’s new tips, trends and recipes
1 Vegetable know-how
There’s been a big rise in weird and wacky vegetables appearing in supermarkets. They may look odd, but are easier to prepare than you think – and taste great!
Kohlrabi Peel, slice and eat raw in salads and slaws; roast, steam or stir-fry; or make into fritters. It’s similar in flavour to broccoli stems, but milder and sweeter. Romanesco Cut into florets and roast, sauté or blanch. It’s similar in flavour to cauliflower, but with a nuttier, earthier taste. Sweet sprouting cauliflower Blanch, barbecue, steam or roast. It tastes sweeter than traditional cauliflower. Kalettes or flower sprouts Keep whole or slice from stem to tip, then blanch, roast, stir-fry, grill or sauté. Similar in flavour to both kale and Brussels sprouts. Mooli Slice raw into salad, pickle, or try steamed or stir-fried. It’s similar in peppery flavour to watercress.