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With food bills soaring, this month’s Easy Cook is a special money-conscious issue. It’s packed with cash-saving ideas, including how you can cut the cost of your shopping by £540 a year, simply swapping 10 everyday ingredients. It’s value-packed, too, containing 108 recipes that won’t burst your purse.

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In this month's issue

10 Money-wise suppers

This month’s main feature showcases 10 money-wise suppers, all for less than £1.21 a head. Here’s a taster for you: roast sausage & squash with mustard & sage, raid-the-fridge burritos, super smoky bacon & tomato spaghetti, and meatloaf burger with harissa mayo. And if you own a microwave, we’ve teamed up with BBC Masterchef’s Theo Michaels, whose new cookbook is brimming over with ideas for mug meals. Ping!

Pancakes for tea

It’s Shrove Tuesday on February 28 so to help you celebrate we’ve got a collection of easy-peasy pancake recipes from around the world (with not a grain of sugar in sight). Try pancake cannelloni, German cheese & bacon, quesadilla pancakes, or Indian potato pancakes. Flippin’ marvellous!

The best BBC chefs

Mary Berry and Ching-He Huang are the stars of this month’s issue. Legendary Mary rustles up three feasts for Sunday lunch, including flavour-packed roast chicken, roast fillets of pork with prune & apple, and a showstopping whole fillet of beef with horseradish & herb sauce. Meanwhile, Ching-He celebrates the Chinese New Year with ginger sweet tofu, steamed sea bass and minced soy pork with rice noodles.

A sprinkle of salt

Of course, it’s Valentine’s Day on February 14 and there’s no better way to treat a loved one than with salted caramel. But this truly fantastic ingredient shouldn’t be saved just for romance! Try it with waffles, incorporate it into brownies or add it to popcorn pots. We’ve got all these recipes – plus more romantic goodies – in this month’s issue.

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