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The Australian Women's Weekly Food|Issue 74 2021
BRANCH OUT!
GEMMA HARLAND

Broccolini is a hybrid of broccoli and gai lan (Chinese broccoli). It has a unique mild, peppery taste that becomes sweeter when cooked. Best of all, you can eat the whole thing, so there’s no waste! For more information, visit perfection.com.au

USE YOUR NOODLES

Don’t limit Chang’s Original Fried Noodles to savoury dishes – try making a cake with them too! Head to page 125 for our Bird’s Nest Cake recipe. For more information, visit changs.com.au

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