How to Dinner with How to DAD!August 26, 2020
We’ve teamed up with none other than How to DAD to bring you his very own cooking series. He shows us that it doesn’t take a pro to prepare a simply delicious home-cooked dinner. In fact, all it takes is a HelloFresh box, a celebrity friend and a bit of kiwi ingenuity.
How to Dinner Episode 1:
Do you know the difference between a samurai chop and an air chop? Neither did we until How to DAD demonstrated for us in Episode 1, while preparing this Thai-Style Chicken and Roast Pumpkin Salad with Ginger Dressing.
How to DAD certainly isn’t an expert in the kitchen, but with an easy-to-follow recipe, just the right amount of fresh ingredients and some (virtual) help from the naturally glowing Suzanne Paul, he shows us just how simple preparing a delicious dinner can be.
Check out the first episode here .
How to Dinner Episode 2:
To celebrate our launch in the South Island, How to DAD tackles dinnertime with South Island Rugby star Richie Mo’unga. Episode 2 takes place in How to DAD’s mobile kitchen, which just so happens to be located near Richie’s training grounds!
The pair choose to whip up the delicious Lebanese Beef and Feta Meatballs with Couscous Tabbouleh & Hummus Dressing , which were rated by Kiwi home-cooks as being 3.6 out of 4 stars ! Richie swaps a rugby ball for meatballs, and How to DAD serves up a few of his trademark how-to tips and tricks along the way.
How to Dinner Episode 3:
In Episode 3 of How to Dinner, Kiwi actress Kimberley Crossman joins How to DAD, as they show us the only dramatic thing about a dinner with HelloFresh is the hosts.
How to DAD flexes away from his go-to juicy steak and instead chooses a meat-free recipe, showing off the flexibility in the Hello Fresh menu by dabbling with dhal. With his handy helper Kim, they serve up the simply delicious Creamy Coconut Dhal with Chilli Flatbreads .
Watch the third episode and stay tuned for more upcoming cooking show episodes where How to DAD chooses a simply delicious recipe from our menu and prepares a home-cooked, crowd-pleasing dinner to enjoy with a special guest.