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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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Paprika Chicken, Sweet Potato and Halloumi Salad

With Chipotle Sweetcorn & Lime Dressing

Paprika Chicken & Sweet Potato Salad

With Chipotle Sweetcorn & Lime Dressing

Lamb and Mushroom Ragu

with Penne Pasta

Quick Chilli

with Rice and Sour Cream

Chicken and Peanut Butter Noodles

with Broccoli and Red Pepper

Speedy BBQ Sausages

with Bacon Jam

Creamy Truffle and Mushroom Rigatoni

with Walnuts

Teriyaki Seabass with Rainbow Veg

Three Steps | Ready in 10

Chinese-Style Chicken Noodles

with Green Beans and Pepper

Green Thai Prawn Stir Fry

With Bok Choy & Jasmine Rice

Moroccan Style Lamb

with Dill Bulgar and Courgette Ribbon Salad

Roasted Salmon and Veggie Salad

with Bulgar and Feta

Hoisin Chicken & Prawn Stir-Fry

with Red Pepper & Noodles

Roasted Chicken and Veggie Salad

with Bulgar and Feta

Quick 'n' Sticky Beef

with Basmati Rice

Sweet and Sour Style Vegetables

with Star Anise Rice

Vegetarian Recipes

Plant-based recipes for any occasion

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Gϋ Salted Caramel Cheesecakes

2 portions x 92g

Asian Jewelled Rice (v)

with a Coriander Drizzle

Goats Cheese Crostini

with Chick Pea Salad, Tomatoes and Zaatar

Thai Mussaman Rice

Thai Mussaman Rice with Roasted Aubergine and Chestnut Mushrooms

Aubergine Tagliatelle

with Chilli and Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Hawaiian Halloumi (v)

with Rice and Pineapple Salsa

Samphire and Spanish Rice

with Veggies and Olives

French Lentils

with Roasted Roots, Walnuts and Cheesy Croutons

Seasonal Pea Risotto

with balsamic Roasted Cherry Tomatoes and Pea Shoots

Mexican Spiced Squash (v)

with Avocado & Black Bean Salsa and Quinoa

Goat's Cheese Fattoush

Creamy Feta Pie

with Leek and Mushroom

Indonesian Curry

with Courgette, Green Beans and Star Anise Rice

Veggie Calzone

with Red Pepper and Leek

Beetroot & Feta Falafel

with Watercress Salad and Tzatziki

Spiced Bulgur Salad

with Chimichurri, Goat's Cheese and Charred Courgettes

Balanced Recipes

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

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Roasted Pepper, Mozzarella and Serrano Ham Salad

with Toasted Ciabattas, Almonds and Balsamic Dressing

Beetroot, Green Bean and Orange salad

with Bulgur Wheat and Feta

Parisienne Chicken

with Mustardy Lentils and Roasted Carrots

Portobello Mushroom Fajita

with Refried Beans and Sriracha Salsa

Warm Lentil Salad

with Roast Butternut and Minted Feta

Fajita Chicken

with Roasted Pepper, Homemade Refried Beans and Wedges

Pork and Black Bean Tacos

with Pickled Red Onion, Chipotle Tomatoes and Lettuce

Miso Aubergine

with Jasmine Rice, Roasted Tenderstem and Sesame Mayo Drizzle

Balanced Thai Veggie Curry

with Jasmine Rice

Honey Lime Spiced Chicken

with Bulgur Kidney Bean Pilaf

Roasted Veg and Lentil Jumble

with Feta, Toasted Almonds and Herby Drizzle

Tandoori Hasselback Chicken

with Turmeric Rice, Green Beans and Red Chilli Yoghurt

Turmeric Roasted Cauliflower

with Lentil and Coconut Dal

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

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5 Essential Kitchen Rules

Whether you’re trying a new recipe, a quick and easy dinner favorite 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 savory 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 flavor 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 flavors 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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5 Facts About the Scotch Egg

This rich British recipe is a patriotic snack that traditionally comes served as a hard-boiled egg covered in a layer of sausage meat, then fried with a coat of breadcrumbs. It’s a versatile, protein-rich bite that has created a great debate over its origins and adaptations to the recipe.

They’re not Scottish! There are many theories about where the Scotch egg was first founded, but one thing is for sure – it’s not from Scotland. It’s commonly said to have been created in an upscale London department store in the mid 18th century as a snack for travellers going through Piccadilly Circus. This British recipe originally called for the egg to be covered in a creamy fish paste instead of sausage meat, and gained the nickname ‘Scotties’. It’s not just a British thing. Many cultures have their own version of the Scotch egg, like the Persian Nargisi Kofta which is wrapped in lamb mince and served with a brown, yoghurt-based gravy. After a recent rise in popularity, there are many modern versions of this salty British snack, like a gourmet Scotch egg served in a cone of maple bacon or a vegan version made with avocado and mustard. The record for the largest Scotch egg is held in London and was made using a 1.7 kg ostrich egg, 4 kg of sausage meat, 940g of haggis and 800g of breadcrumbs. It took more than eight hours to cook the monstrous snack.

5 Essential Kitchen Rules

Whether you’re trying a new recipe, a quick and easy dinner favorite 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 savory 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 flavor 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 flavors 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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Looking for ways to make your life easier in the kitchen?

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