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The best of NADIA magazine's adventure issue

All your favourite recipes from the October/November NADIA issue, here in one inspiring collection.

There is still time to get your hands on a copy of the latest issue of NADIA magazine, which will give you serious inspiration to add adventure to your life. In the issue, you'll find on-the-go lunches, the ultimate picnic menu and how to make your own pasta, plus many more incredible recipes.
We've put our favourite recipes from the magazine into this collection, in the hope that they will provide a new sense of discovery.
For more Nadia Lim recipes, find the latest NADIA issue in stores now or get your subscription here.
  • 1

    Pork skepasti

    This pork skepasti recipe is Greek cuisine at its best. Leave the lamb to dry overnight, then bring together all the beautiful flavours the next day for dinner and enjoy.

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  • 2

    Peanut-butter biscuit sandwiches

    Is there anything better than a peanut butter and chocolate combo? How about a peanut butter, chocolate and biscuit sandwich combo? This recipe is the ultimate outdoorsy snack.

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  • 3

    Avocado, asparagus and salmon donburi

    Lightly steamed, boiled, blanched, baked or pan-fried, asparagus is a true delicacy. SO make the most of the asparagus season and enjoy them in this deliciously filling salmon donburi

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  • 4

    Quinoa pizza with two toppings

    This fantastic gluten-free pizza recipe gives you two delicious options for toppings: smoked salmon or prosciutto. Choose which one tickles your fancy most and enjoy!

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  • 5

    Lentil, herb and mushroom rolls

    A vegetarian twist on a Kiwi classic, this lentil, herb and mushroom rolls recipe is a perfect table snack for family gatherings or to take with you on a picnic.

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  • 7

    Maple apple crisp

    Sometimes there’s nothing better than eating straight out of the pan – particularly if it’s a rustic pud like this comforting and incredibly delicious maple apple crisp

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    Pumpkin, sage and goat’s cheese pasta

    Follow our simple recipe blow to create your own fresh pasta that takes just 20 minutes. So clear a space, grab a rolling pin and enjoy this scrumptious pumpkin, sage and goat’s cheese pasta

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