In a rush? Better make it Fresh & Fast!

January 27, 2021
by Helen Eat

    At HelloFresh, we believe that being short on time shouldn’t get in the way of cooking a simply delicious home-cooked meal! 

    The Culinary team has been busy in the kitchen creating our new Fresh & Fast recipes, making it quicker and simpler than ever to get a wholesome dinner on the table fast. 

    What are Fresh & Fast recipes? 

    Fresh & Fast recipes are the quickest way to cook dinner! Available as a one-off upgrade on your weekly menu, they’re perfect for busy weeknights. With just 3 simple steps and less prep, you can have dinner ready in as little as 15 minutes. 

    You’ll enjoy cooking with the same fresh, top-quality ingredients, but where possible, they have been pre-chopped, par-cooked – yep, you don’t have to wait for the rice to cook – and the proteins have been pre-marinated. 

    The best part? There’ll be less dishes and pots to clean! 

    What flavours are in the recipes? 

    We want to give you the option to cook simple nutritious meals in less time than it takes to order takeaway. So we’ve taken Kiwi classic favourites and added a delicious twist, such as: 

    Jerk Pulled Pork Bowl with Slaw and Coconut

    Knock up a colourful rice bowl starring mouth-watering Jerk pulled pork, creamy slaw and juicy pineapple. 

    Beef Tacos with Slaw and Sour Cream 

    You’ll love these flavour-packed beef tacos with zesty slaw, Cheddar, sour cream and coriander. 

    Chicken Tenders & Roasted Potatoes with Smokey Aioli

    You can quickly make a midweek dinner simply delicious with these succulent chicken tenders, garlic roasted potatoes and lemony greens. 

    Look out for the ‘Fresh & Fast’ tag in our menu, and try one of our upgrade recipes yourself! 

     

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