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 world. There’s no shortage of delicious recipes everyone will love, all made in just six easy steps.

Quick Dinner Ideas

Recipes easy to follow and simple to prepare

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Gourmet Cheese Box

with Cheese, Crackers, Dried Fruit & Nuts

Pear & Pecan Green Salad

with Herby Goat Cheese & Mustard Dressing

Sautéed Asparagus & Sugar Snap Peas

with Pistachios & Parsley

Christmas Crostini Two Ways

with Tomato & Fetta | Smoked Salmon & Goat Cheese

Asian Caramelised Pork Tacos

with Green Beans & Garlic Aioli

Easy All-American Beef Bowl

with Ranch Slaw & Corn Salsa

Quick Crumbed Chicken & Slaw

with Spiced Potato Chunks & Smokey Aioli

Mushroom Risotto with Shaved Parmesan

No Prep | Ready in 5 | Serves 1

Plant-Based Cheezeburger

with Caramelised Onion & Fries

Greek-Style Falafel & Fries

with Plant-Based Tzatziki & Garden Salad

Chicken Alfredo & Fresh Fettuccine with Flaked Almonds

Pre-Prepped | Three Steps | Ready in 15

Herby Steak & Chimichurri Sauce with Flatbread

Pre-Prepped | Three Steps | Ready in 15

Ginger & Lemongrass Prawns

with Veggies & Garlic Rice

Quick Sri Lankan Beef Curry Noodles

with Veggies, Peanuts & Coriander

Quick Bacon & Cherry Tomato Spaghetti

with Silverbeet & Garlic Pangrattato

Thai-Style Soup

Plant-Based | Ready in 5 | Serves 2

Easy recipes

Easy recipes for fuss-free dinners - every time

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Gourmet Cheese Box

with Cheese, Crackers, Dried Fruit & Nuts

Double Chocolate Brownies

with Hazelnuts

Pineapple & Passionfruit Brioche Trifle

with Coconut Caramel & Nuts

Pear & Pecan Green Salad

with Herby Goat Cheese & Mustard Dressing

Garlic & Rosemary Roasted Potatoes

with Honey-Thyme Baby Carrots

Sautéed Asparagus & Sugar Snap Peas

with Pistachios & Parsley

Christmas Heritage Ham

with Marmalade Glaze

Roast Chicken & Gravy

with Sage & Macadamia Stuffing

Christmas Crostini Two Ways

with Tomato & Fetta | Smoked Salmon & Goat Cheese

Asian Caramelised Pork Tacos

with Green Beans & Garlic Aioli

Easy All-American Beef Bowl

with Ranch Slaw & Corn Salsa

Indian-Style Beef Cottage Pie

with Spiced Mash & Tomato Salad

Quick Crumbed Chicken & Slaw

with Spiced Potato Chunks & Smokey Aioli

Mushroom Risotto with Shaved Parmesan

No Prep | Ready in 5 | Serves 1

Plant-Based Cheezeburger

with Caramelised Onion & Fries

Honey-Glazed Haloumi & Pearl Couscous

with Chermoula Roast Veggies & Yoghurt

Vegetarian recipes

Plant-based recipes for any occasion

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Honey-Glazed Haloumi & Pearl Couscous

with Chermoula Roast Veggies & Yoghurt

Tofu & Veggie Poke Bowl

with Sesame Dressing & Pickled Onion

Pesto & Cherry Tomato Pasta

with Apple & Almond Salad

Herby Haloumi & Roasted Potato Tacos

with Caramelised Onion & Garlic Aioli

Malaysian Veggie Laksa

with Flat Noodles & Roasted Peanuts

Quick Tex-Mex Veggie Tacos

with Plant-Based Meat & Corn Salsa

Honey-Chipotle Cauliflower & Spiced Fries

with Sour Cream & Chive Slaw

Caribbean Bean Chilli

with Coconut Rice & Cherry Tomato Salsa

Red Pesto & Veggie Risotto

with Lemon & Garlic Pangrattato

Honey-Glazed Haloumi

with Roast Veggie Toss, Almonds & Garlic Yoghurt

Quick Mushroom & Truffle Fettuccine

with Rocket, Pear & Parmesan Salad

Caribbean Black Bean Nachos

with Baked Tortilla Chips & Pineapple Salsa

Golden Haloumi & Lemony Couscous

with Honey, Roast Veggies & Mint Yoghurt

Italian Kale & Risoni Soup

with Homemade Garlic Bread

Roast Cauliflower Biryani

with Currants & Roasted Almonds

American BBQ Haloumi

with Corn Slaw & Sweet Potato Wedges

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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

Recipes for every occasion

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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