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Meat Recipes

Make no mis-'steak' our meat recipes are full of flavour and, when paired with complimentary side dishes, these recipes offer an exciting way to up your protein intake and cook up a storm.

Meat recipes

Red Meat Recipes

You don't have to be a culinary expert to craft delicious dishes designed around succulent pieces of red meat - not when you're cooking with a HelloFresh recipe.

White Meat Recipes

Discover how versatile white meat can be; whether you're bulking your protein, feeding the family or looking for new ways to enjoy chicken or turkey then discover something different with our white meat recipes.

Mince Meat Recipes

Budget-friendly and a great meat choice for a range of cuisines, mince offers adaptability ideal for all the family. Keep everyone happy with casseroles, tacos, meatballs and more and explore our mince recipes.

Meatloaf Recipes

A family classic, we've give the meatloaf the attention it deserves with our selection of meatloaf recipes designed and curated to provide the perfect blend of herb, flavour and spice.
Cooking With Meat: Getting The Most From Your Protein
If you're a meat-eater it can be easy to fall into the trap of cooking the same way time after time. At HelloFresh, we encourage people to step out of the cooking comfort zone and try their favourite ingredients in new ways. Some of the ways you can cook meat in a way that's still full of flavour but will add some excitement to your dinner include:

Barbecuing: Australians are known for their love of barbecues. Fire up the grill and cook marinated steaks, sausages, lamb chops, or chicken skewers for that classic Aussie barbecue experience. Don't forget to add some grilled vegetables and serve with a side of fresh salads.

Roasting: Roasting is a classic for a reason. This versatile method works well for larger cuts of meat like whole chickens, beef roasts, or leg of lamb. Season the meat with herbs, spices, and marinades, then slow-roast it in the oven for juicy and flavorful results.

Stir-frying: Stir-frying is a quick and convenient way to cook meat, particularly when combined with colourful vegetables and Asian-inspired sauces. Slice the meat thinly and cook it over high heat, tossing it with your favourite stir-fry ingredients.

Slow-cooking: You will appreciate the tenderness and rich flavors achieved through slow-cooking methods like braising or using a slow cooker. Create hearty stews, casseroles, or pulled pork by allowing the meat to simmer slowly with aromatic ingredients for hours, resulting in deliciously tender meals.

Grilling: A bit easier than barbecuing, grilling indoors on a stovetop grill pan or electric grill is another option. Cook chicken breasts, lamb cutlets, or fish fillets with a smoky char and serve them alongside grilled vegetables or salads.

Pan-frying: Pan-frying is another versatile technique suitable for various meats. Cook your favorite cuts of beef, pork, or veal in a hot skillet with a little oil, achieving a caramelised crust on the outside while retaining the juiciness inside.

Oven-baking: From meatballs and meatloaf to casseroles and baked chicken, oven-baking is a convenient method that allows for easy preparation and delicious results. Use a combination of seasonings, breadcrumbs, and vegetables to enhance the flavours in an easy, quick way.

A Guide To Meat Seasoning

Elevate Your Culinary Skills with Expert Seasoning Techniques

Seasoning meat is an essential art in cooking. It's not just about adding flavor; it's about enhancing taste, balancing flavors, infusing aromatics, improving texture, and creating unique flavor profiles. From traditional family recipes to exploring new culinary horizons, seasoning is the key that unlocks delightful dining experiences.
Discover the world of seasoning and unleash your creativity by experimenting with various combinations of herbs, spices, and seasonings. Craft your own signature flavor profiles to cater to your preferences and those of your loved ones. Remember, the art of seasoning should accentuate the natural flavors of meat, not overpower them. With practice and a dash of innovation, you'll master the art of seasoning and transform ordinary meat dishes into extraordinary feasts.

Top Tips For Seasoning Meat

  • Salt: Salt is the cornerstone of seasoning that elevates the innate flavors of meat. Apply salt generously before cooking, allowing it to permeate the surface and enhance the meat's taste. Opt for kosher salt or sea salt for precise control over your seasoning.
  • Pepper: Ground black pepper adds an enticing aromatic kick to meat. Sprinkle it evenly to provide subtle heat and harmonize the flavors. For the best results, use freshly ground pepper.
  • Dry Rubs: Dry rubs are enchanting blends of herbs, spices, and seasonings expertly applied to the meat's surface. Craft your unique blend or use pre-made rubs for complex flavors. Press the rub into the meat generously, ensuring it adheres well. Let the meat rest in the refrigerator to allow the flavors to meld.
  • Marinades: Marinades are liquid concoctions that tenderize and flavor meat. They typically feature ingredients like citrus juice, vinegar, oil, herbs, spices, and aromatics. Immerse the meat in the marinade and refrigerate it for the specified time per your recipe. Ensure even coating and flip the meat occasionally for uniform flavor distribution.
Enhance your culinary prowess with these expert seasoning techniques and embark on a flavorful journey that will redefine your meat dishes. Let every mealtime be an exciting and memorable experience.

The Meaty Questions, Answered

How do you tenderise meat?

Tenderising meat helps keep it succulent and more enjoyable to eat. There are a few easy ways you can do this. Firstly, you can marinate your meat in a sauce overnight. This will keep the meat both tender and flavourful. Secondly, using a meat mallet to flatten out the tougher pieces of meat can help to further break down its fibres. Finally, slow cooking your meat is an effortless way to keep it soft and tender.

What is veal meat?

Veal is a more gourmet-style meat and is typically the meat that comes from younger calves, lighter in colour and super versatile to cook with.

What are red meats?

Red meats, you guessed it, are the ones with a more pinky, reddish flesh colour. These are typically beef, pork, lamb and venison.

Which meats are lean?

Lean meats are those that have less fat. Typically, these are the white meats like chicken or turkey but tenderloins of red meats such as beef and pork are leaner cuts, too.

How do you smoke meat?

To smoke meat you need to slow cook it over indirect heat such as over a wood fire or a BBQ, these are the easiest ways to smoke meat at home.
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