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…

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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.

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