Recipes for All Tastes and Occasions

In this collection of tried and tested HelloFresh recipes, you’ll find a mix of old classics, exciting fusion recipes and dishes from around the globe. There’s no shortage of delicious recipes everyone will love, all made in just six easy steps.

Quick Recipes

Ready in less than 25 minutes!

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Sweet Chilli Chicken and Prawns

with Chinese Leaf, Noodles and Peanuts

Chicken Breast & Plum Noodle Stir-Fry

with Bok Choy

Lamb and Aubergine Curry

with Basmati Rice and Coriander

Refried Bean and Halloumi Tacos

with Chipotle Mayo

Coconutty Prawn Laksa

with Mangetout and Bok Choy

South East Asian Inspired Chickpea Curry

with Garlicky Spinach

Plant Based Chilli Loaded Sweet Potato Fries

with Limey Tomato and Avo Salsa

Creamy Rigatoni

with Garlicky Greens and Creme Fraiche

Lamb and Chickpea Stew

with Charred Courgettes and Zahtar Ciabatta

Superfast Asian-Spiced Pork Noodles

With Stir Fried Green Pepper

Superquick Beef Ragu

with Fusilli

Quick 'n' Sticky Prawns

with Basmati Rice

Beef Rogan Josh Style Curry

with Peppers, Ginger Rice and Toasted Almonds

Sweet and Sour Style Chicken

with Bell Pepper and Bulgur Wheat

Rigatoni Caprese with Bacon

with Pine Nuts, Mozzarella and Balsamic Tomato Salsa

Spicy Prawn and Chorizo Pasta

With Chargrilled Courgettes

Vegetarian Recipes

Plant-based recipes for any occasion

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Refried Bean and Halloumi Tacos

with Chipotle Mayo

Mushroom and Goat's Cheese Burger

with Balsamic Caramelised Onion, Peashoots and Wedges

Creamy Rigatoni

with Garlicky Greens and Creme Fraiche

Lentil Sambar Curry

With Roasted Aubergine

Red Lentil and Spinach Dal

With Roasted Aubergine

Pan Fried Halloumi

with Fresh Chilli Jam, Green Peppers, Tomatoes and Bulgur

Sticky Tofu

with Pilaf Rice and Mango Chutney

Cheesy Orzotto

with Tomato Salsa, Feta and Tenderstem

Aubergine Parmigiana Style Pasta

with Rocket and Crouton Salad

Coconut Dal

Serves 2

Charred Corn and Cheddar Quesadilla

with Avocado and Tomato Salad and Zesty Sour Cream

Halloumi and Bacon Burger

with Roasted Pepper and Sweet Chilli Sauce

Eggs Florentine and Mango Granola Parfait

Eggs Not Included | Serves 2

Falafel Wraps and Roasted Garlic Yoghurt Dressing

with Zahtar Sweet Potato Fries

Warm Winter Butternut and Spring Green Salad

with Bulgur and Feta

Baharat Roasted Butternut and Aubergine on Flatbreads

with Fig Jam, Rocket and Feta

Balanced Recipes

Nutritionist-approved, wholesome recipes to help you eat a balanced diet.

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Warm Lentil Salad

with Roast Butternut and Minted Feta

Balanced Thai Veggie Curry

with Jasmine Rice

Honey Lime Spiced Chicken

with Bulgur Kidney Bean Pilaf

Tandoori Hasselback Chicken

with Turmeric Rice, Green Beans and Red Chilli Yoghurt

Warm Indian Potato and Roasted Cauliflower

with Mango Yoghurt Dressing

Miso Aubergine and Sesame Mayo

with Jasmine Rice, Roasted Tenderstem and Pickled Onion

Caribbean Chicken Rice Bowl

with Sweetcorn and Black Beans

Butter Bean & Mushroom Stew

with Baked Ciabatta

Black Bean & Sweet Potato Stew

With Kale & Harissa

Crispy Skinned Chicken

with Butternut Squash, Feta and Rocket

Thai Veggie Curry

with Jasmine Rice

Sweet & Sour Style Chicken

with Red Pepper and Bulgur Wheat

Portobello Mushroom Fajita

Mushroom Fajita with Beans and Salsa

Roast Vegetable, Bulgur Wheat & Chicken Salad

with Yoghurt Tahini Dressing

Caribbean-Spiced Black Bean Curry

with Zesty Quinoa

Mango Chicken Wraps

with Green Pepper

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A World of Tasty Recipes for Dinner

5 Essential Kitchen Rules

Whether you’re trying a new recipe, a quick and easy dinner favourite or improvising on your own, there are still some golden rules to follow when it comes to cooking.

  1. Taste as you go When adding basic seasoning like salt, sugar or pepper, always taste as you go. A good rule for savoury recipes is to add a pinch of salt every time you add new ingredients.

  2. Herb time Add dry herbs at the beginning and fresh herbs at the end. Dry herbs take a while to develop their flavour in a dish, while fresh herbs taste best as they are, so stir them in at the end or even after cooking.

  3. Prep first It’s no surprise that cleaning, chopping and measuring all of your ingredients before cooking is a smart idea. Keep your prepped ingredients in different bowls or boards so you can access them easily and avoid having to stop and prepare mid-recipe.

  4. Add acid If your meal is tasting a little flat, try adding some lemon juice or a splash of vinegar. The sourness will add depth to your meal, competing with bitter flavours and brightening others.

  5. Know when not to follow a recipe Everybody’s oven, stove-top and kitchen appliances are different. If a recipe suggests cooking something for 20 minutes, keep in mind how it should look or smell after (e.g. golden brown) and aim for that instead.

#FreshTips

A World of Tasty Recipes for Dinner

5 Essential Kitchen Rules

Whether you’re trying a new recipe, a quick and easy dinner favourite or improvising on your own, there are still some golden rules to follow when it comes to cooking.

  1. Taste as you go When adding basic seasoning like salt, sugar or pepper, always taste as you go. A good rule for savoury recipes is to add a pinch of salt every time you add new ingredients.

  2. Herb time Add dry herbs at the beginning and fresh herbs at the end. Dry herbs take a while to develop their flavour in a dish, while fresh herbs taste best as they are, so stir them in at the end or even after cooking.

  3. Prep first It’s no surprise that cleaning, chopping and measuring all of your ingredients before cooking is a smart idea. Keep your prepped ingredients in different bowls or boards so you can access them easily and avoid having to stop and prepare mid-recipe.

  4. Add acid If your meal is tasting a little flat, try adding some lemon juice or a splash of vinegar. The sourness will add depth to your meal, competing with bitter flavours and brightening others.

  5. Know when not to follow a recipe Everybody’s oven, stove-top and kitchen appliances are different. If a recipe suggests cooking something for 20 minutes, keep in mind how it should look or smell after (e.g. golden brown) and aim for that instead.

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