You’ll want to hibernate with the new issue of Easy Food

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    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food magazine

    In our opinion, January should always mean hibernation, cosy socks and comfort food.

    Sure, it’s cold, and we’re broke, and there’s still a pandemic out there. But look on the bright side: cooking and baking make great hobbies, and afterwards, there’s food! Here are just some of the delicious reasons to pick up a copy of Easy Food January and snuggle up with the foods that make you feel good.

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food Salmon sun-dried tomato rigatoni
    We guarantee you’ll love this creamy sun-dried tomato salmon rigatoni
    Root for veggies!

    Food Stylist Shannon has been experimenting with adding vegetables to her baked goods, with surprisingly tasty results. (Look, we know they probably don’t count toward that seven-a-day, but we promise they’re well worth eating anyway!)

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food carrot cake

    Take comfort

    If you’re on the hunt for something comforting, savoury and satisfying, you’ll definitely want to check out our collection of hearty pies or this deeply rich, flavoursome beef stew.

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food Flemish beef stew

    Cauliflower power

    From light and healthy veg-packed curries to luxurious cheesy creations, we’re celebrating all things cauliflower this January.

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food cauliflower steaks with Taleggio and Parma ham
    Get ready to obsess over these cauliflower steaks with Taleggio and Parma ham
    Stay healthy

    Feeling a little sluggish after the December indulgence? Never fear! Ditch the diets and instead focus on getting enough nutrients and nourishing your body. From new ways to include more heart-healthy fish in your diet to inventive dishes using fibre-rich brown rice, we’ve got you covered.

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food brown rice butternut squash patties
    Crispy butternut squash and brown rice patties: perfect for lunch or dinner.
    Eat Ireland

    Deputy Editor Jocelyn has been experimenting with Broighter Gold, a top-quality and very versatile Irish rapeseed oil rich in omega-3s.

    I want to bake free

    For those following a special diet, we’ve included gluten-free breakfasts, lunches and dinners, plus dairy- and egg-free bakes ideal for when you’re in need of a treat.

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food mixed berry scones
    These mixed berry scones are free from dairy and eggs. Get the kettle on!
    Cheap and cheerful

    Are you broke every single January? Us too! Luckily, Aisling Larkin is here with a special recipe feature of affordable, healthy and family-friendly meal ideas, and we’re including our usual no-fuss weekly menu planner. We’ve also been getting creative with porridge, that cheap-as-chips breakfast option that keeps us going till lunchtime.

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food Plum Porridge
    Roasted plum and almond porridge: those dark winter mornings just got a lot better.
    Party of two

    If you fancy making the most of a quiet New Year’s Eve in this year, make sure you’ve got all the nibbles you need.We’ve put together an easy selection of sharing plates for two — plus a espresso martini recipe to keep you up until 2021 rolls in!

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food duck satay skewers
    These duck satay skewers will disappear quickly!
    Jamie’s in the house

    If you love Jamie like we do, we’re sharing some of his newest recipes so you can get cooking up a storm.

    Kids in the kitchen

    Make the most of the Christmas holidays by getting the kids involved in making recipes they’ll be proud of, with tips and recipes from a children’s culinary instructor. Plus, how cute are our miniature toads-in-the-hole?

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food mini toads in the hole

    The January issue of Easy Food is on sale from December 17th. Be sure to pick yours up and let us ease you into a cosy new year.

    Issue 152 January 2021 Easy Food magazine front cover

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