The latest issue of Feel Good Food, for Spring 2016, is filled with more than 100 delicious recipes to inspire you to enjoy the new flavours of fresh fruit and veg in lighter meals, salads, soups and healthy desserts.
Brand new recipes include a stunning blood orange cheesecake, which is the stunning cover recipe, as well as recipes from special contributors including John Torode, Sabrina Ghayour, Will Torrent and Davina McCall.
You'll find all the cooking inspiration you'll need for spring, with seasonal ingredients and fresh flavours.
Here are 5 things to expect from the new issue.
1) What's in season? Spring is all about locally produced classic root vegetables, new potatoes and delightful asparagus. You'll be seeing a lot more beetroot, cabbage, carrots, chicory, garlic and cauliflower and of course, let's not forget about lamb.
2) Easy midweek Find new ways with fresh flavours for speedy midweek meals. Try crispy cod wrapped in bacon, artichoke, caper and lemon risotto or chicken supremes with puy lentils and cumin-glazed carrots for a really speedy treat.
3) Relaxed brunch For any foodie, brunch is what we love most about the weekend! Try something new like cheesy chorizo quesadillas, blueberry muffins, fruity French toast bagels, or how could you resist tear-and-share brioche with salted caramel?!
4) Spring baking Put a twist on your Easter baking with saffron hot cross buns, or try courgette layer cake for a great way to incorporate vegetables in your dessert. Chocolate cake with passion fruit and lime is a real show stopper, or you can choose spring biscuits to enjoy with a cup of afternoon tea.
5) Fab desserts Impress dinner party guests with speedy berry and watermelon sorbet for something really light and fruity, or mini passion fruit cheesecakes for a delightful twist on a classic cheesecake recipe. Pear, ginger and caramel tarts are always a hit, as is a classic lemon tart... and there are plenty more to choose from.
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