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KNORR MEAL IDEAS

Recipe booklet free this weekend with The Sunday Times

For years Knorr has been a family-favourite in many Maltese kitchens. Today, the range includes Knorr stock pots, cubes, granulated stock, soups, sauces and most recently gravy pots launched locally to coincide with the festive season.

Throughout the different countries around the globe where Knorr is present, the brand is promoted by top chefs who recognise it as an essential ingredient in everyday cooking. So this winter, Knorr in Malta has teamed up with local TV Chef Manuel Xuereb and four other local chefs – Aaron Degabriele, Matthew Attard, Claire Borg and The Preca Sisters - to inspire everyday meal ideas. Each participating chef has created a number of easy-to-follow recipes using various products in the Knorr range. The result is a collection of Knorr inspired meal ideas for a time of year when good home-cooked food is on the menu and when we begin to gear up for a fun-filled festive season ahead.

Whether its fish or pork, chicken or rabbit, these recipes will feed your inspiration and whether you follow them to a T or put your own twist on their ideas, you’ll love what these great chefs have put together this winter.

Watch out for your KNORR MEAL IDEAS autumn/winter recipe booklet free with The Sunday Times this Sunday.

Knorr is a Unilever brand imported and distributed locally by M&Z (Marketing) Ltd www.mz.com.mt or facebook/mzmltd

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