30 Best Hello Fresh Recipes

With dozens of meals to choose from, picking the best Hello Fresh recipes is a tough call, but we’re accepted the challenge.

Hello Fresh is an amazing food delivery service that completely eliminates food waste, and helps you be more creative in the kitchen. All the ingredients come pre-portioned, and they are always fresh.

Hello Fresh has some creative and delicious recipes, and we’re going to give you the best 30.

30 Best Hello Fresh Recipes

Let’s get started.

Pesto Panko Chicken

This pesto panko chicken recipe is a game-changer and the obvious opener for our best Hello Fresh recipes. It’s a perfect fusion of Asian and Italian cooking techniques and ingredients, this recipe is perfectly delicious, and easy.

Preheat your oven to 450 degrees, and wash and prep your vegetables.

Pop your potatoes on a baking tray, and top with a drizzle of olive oil and salt and pepper.

Roast for at least twenty minutes.

In a bowl, add panko, mozzarella, salt and pepper, and olive oil.

Place chicken breasts on a tray, and brush with pesto. Add panko mix, and cook for twenty minutes.

Add your green beans to the microwave and cook until tender. Toss these green beans with almonds, butter, and lemon juice.

Now, time to serve. Add your roasted potatoes, beans, and chicken to a plate and enjoy.

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Classic Steak And Potatoes

This steak and potatoes recipe with peppercorn sauce and creamy kale is delicious. In fact, it should be how you make your steak and potatoes from now on! The recipe is pretty simple, and you only need a few ingredients.

Firstly, wash your potatoes and preheat your oven to 400F. Cut your potatoes into wedges, and remove any stems from the kale. Tear the kale, and chop your shallots. Next, crush some peppercorns in a bag or in a mortar and pestle.

Add your potatoes to a tray, and drizzle with olive oil, along with a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Roast the potatoes for around thirty minutes.

Melt a small blob of butter in a pan. Add your torn kale, along with a small amount of water. Cook until your kale is tender, and season with salt and pepper.

Now, time for steak. Heat a small amount of oil in a pan on medium-high heat, and season your steaks with salt and pepper. Cook them for as long as you desire, but somewhere around five minutes per side. Let the steak rest while you are finishing your other sides.

Add shallots and your crushed peppercorns to your steak pan. Cook until the shallots are soft, and add some stock and water. Let this simmer, and then stir in your sour cream.

Finally, put your kale back on the heat, and add in the rest of your sour cream. Slice your steak, and enjoy!

Pancakes With Cherry Maple Syrup

Forgive us, but pancakes belong on this list of best Hello Fresh recipes as these are not ordinary pancakes. These pancakes have cherry maple syrup, and they are made with baking soda, making them extra fluffy.

Firstly, zest and quarter a lemon. Add butter to a bowl, and microwave. Heat a pan, and add pecans, sugar, water, and salt. Cook until the water has evaporated, and the pecans are sticky.

Combine crème fraîche with lemon zest, sugar, lemon juice, and a pinch of salt.

Add jam and maple syrup to a pan, and cook until bubbling. Add butter, lemon juice, and a generous pinch of salt.

Next, combine your pancake ingredients, and the juice and zest from a lemon.

Cook the pancakes for around two minutes per side, flipping when they are brown.

Serve your pancakes with candied pecans, lemon crème, and your cherry maple syrup.

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Spanish One-Pan Chicken With Chorizo And Peppers

This recipe is one of Hello Fresh’s stars, and it is really simple to make. You can make this recipe in 35 minutes, and it is an ideal dish for large gatherings or cooking for your close friends.

First, sauté some chorizo in a pan. When sautéing chorizo, you want to see the bright oil come out of the sausage, and the chorizo should be slightly crispy. Once the chorizo is crispy and has released some of its oil, set it aside. Leave the remaining oil in the pan.

Prepare your veggies. Core, seed, and slice your bell pepper into thin slices chop your onion, and grate or chop your garlic.

Grab your chicken breasts and season with salt and pepper. Heat up the pan with your chorizo oil, and cook the chicken in this pan. If it is necessary, add a drizzle of olive oil.

Cook the chicken for around six minutes per side, or until it has browned, and it has completely cooked. Set the chickens aside.

In the pan that you just used, add your bell peppers, onion, and garlic. Add another drizzle of oil, and cook over medium heat for around four minutes.

Pop in the rice, and stir to combine. Add in one cup of water, half a tsp of salt, and chicken stock. Cook this with the lid on for around twenty minutes.

After twenty minutes, serve the dish, along with a piece of chicken each. Top with chopped parsley and a slice of lemon.

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Scallops With Creamy Chorizo Pasta

Now, whilst we’re on the topic of chorizo, you have to try this chorizo and scallop recipe. The salty chorizo pairs amazingly with the delicate scallops, and with a serving of saucy spaghetti, what could be better? Think of surf and turf, dialled up to 10.

To make this dish, preheat your oven to 425 degrees, and boil a large pan of salted water. Wash and prepare your produce. Core, seed, and slice your peppers, chop up your scallions, slice your chilli, and chop lemon in quarters.

Get your scallops, and pat them dry with some kitchen paper. Season your scallops with salt, pepper, and paprika. Drizzle them in a little olive oil.

On a foiled tray, put your peppers and garlic (wrapped in foil to roast) onto the tray. Season the peppers with salt and pepper, and a dash of olive oil.

Roast them for around fifteen minutes, but don’t let them burn.

As you are doing this, cook your spaghetti until it is al dente, for around nine minutes. Save some pasta water, as this will help bind everything together.

Cut your chorizo lengthwise, and slice into half-moon shapes. Pop them in a pan over medium-high heat, and cook them off until they are browned and their oil has been released. Mash your roasted garlic on your cutting board.

With your pasta pot, remove the cooked pasta and water, and add some olive oil. Throw in your scallions and roasted garlic, mix, and cook for around thirty seconds. Add crushed tomatoes, stock, roasted peppers, a tsp of sugar, and a large pinch of salt.

Simmer all of this for a couple of minutes, and then stir in your spaghetti, cooked chorizo, cream cheese, butter, and half of your Parmesan cheese.

Heat the chorizo oil until it has reached medium-high heat. Add your scallops and cook for around three minutes per side. Serve up your spaghetti, and top with scallops, scallions, chili, and Parmesan cheese. Squeeze on some lemon, and enjoy.

Chicken Orzo

This chicken recipe pairs perfectly with orzo and fresh veggies. It’s refreshing, yet savory and creamy.

Wash and prepare your produce, and preheat your oven to 425 degrees. Boil salted water, and slice your zucchini and tomatoes. Roast your tomatoes and zucchini in the oven, with Italian seasonings and salt and pepper.

Add orzo to your boiling water, and cook for ten minutes.

Butterfly your chicken breasts by cutting through the middle, but stopping before you cut all the way through. Season with salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning.

Cook your chicken on medium-high heat, for around five minutes per side.

Cut some mozzarella into cubes, half a lemon, and roughly chop some parsley.

After your zucchini and tomatoes have come out of the oven, sprinkle them with panko, mozzarella, and Parmesan. Broil this until the cheese has bubbled and melted.

Add the juice from half a lemon and the parsley to your orzo, and mix. Season with salt and pepper and serve with sliced chicken and cheesy vegetables. Top with parsley and lemon.

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Crispy Parmesan Chicken

What’s better than crispy chicken WITH cheese? Beats us. Anyway, this Parmesan and chicken recipe will please everyone, with paprika-coated crispy chicken and garlic couscous.

Preheat your oven to 425 degrees, and boil a pot of salted water. Also, wash your produce, and prepare all of your vegetables.

Mix panko, Parmesan, paprika, salt and pepper, and olive oil in a bowl. Dry the chicken and place it in a baking tray. Top the chicken with this panko mix, and toss your chopped carrots alongside your chicken.

Cook for around twenty minutes, until your carrots and browned, and your chicken is cooked through.

Add couscous to boiling water, and cook for up to eight minutes. Drain, and add garlic herb butter along with scallion whites, salt, and pepper.

Serve your couscous along with your carrots, chicken, and a slice of lemon.

Balsamic Cherry Pork

Surprisingly, this next recipe is not chicken. This pork recipe is to-die-for, with a sticky, fruit glaze to accompany your pork and vegetables.

Preheat your oven to 425 degrees, and prepare all of your ingredients.

Add your potatoes to a tray, with salt, pepper, thyme, and olive oil. Roast for twenty minutes.

Drizzle some olive oil in a pan, and heat to medium-high heat. Season your pork with salt and pepper. Add to the hot oil, and brown the whole outside of the pork, for around seven minutes. Pop this in the oven for a further ten minutes, so it finishes cooking through.

Add broccoli to a bowl, along with salt and pepper, and olive oil. Roast the broccoli, alongside the flipped potatoes, for around twelve minutes.

Put shallots in a pan, and cook for five minutes. Add cherry preserves and a tablespoon of water. Season with salt and pepper and a blob of butter.

When your pork is finished, add to your glaze, transfer to a cutting board, and rest for a couple of minutes.

Slice, and serve with delicious broccoli and potatoes.

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Korean Beef Bibimbap

We’re happy to have a Korean dish on our list of the best Hello Fresh recipes.

This particular Korean-inspired beef dish is flavoursome and healthy, too. Add rice to vegetables and beef, and you’re done! Well, there’s a bit more to it than that, but this recipe will keep everyone happy and nourished.

Wash your produce, and prepare.

Boil some water in a small pot, and grate, peel, mince, and chop your vegetables as per the recipe. Add rice to the salted water, and cook for twenty minutes.

Add scallions to vinegar and salt, and set aside to pickle.

Stir sesame oil, sugar, sriracha, and soy sauce.

Add carrot, salt, and pepper to a pan, and cook until slightly softened.Pour some oil into the pan, and add the zucchini. Add mushrooms, and season with more salt and pepper.

Heat more oil in this pan, and add garlic and ginger. Add your beef pieces, and cook for around four minutes. Pour in some soy sauce, salt, and pepper.

Serve with rice and veggies.

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Teriyaki Chicken Tenders

These sticky teriyaki chicken tenders are an excellent treat, and they are a good alternative to boring (but still delicious) ordinary chicken tenders. Serve these tenders with fluffy rice and green beans.

Wash and prepare all of your veggies, and preheat your oven to 425 degrees.

Boil salted water in a large pan, mince some ginger, garlic, and chop some scallions. Half a lime, and cut out some wedges.

Add rice to boiling water, and cook for around fifteen minutes.

Toss green beans with salt and pepper, and roast on a tray for ten minutes.

Add your chicken tenders to a pan, and cook for four minutes per side.

Next, add soy sauce, sugar, vinegar, and cornstarch to a bowl and stir. Add your scallions, ginger, and garlic to a hot pan and stir-fry for a couple of minutes.
Stir in your sauce mixture, and cook until thick.

Add your chicken to the sauce and cook for a further couple of minutes. Add some lime juice to your rice, and give it a fluff with a fork.

Serve your sticky chicken with fluffy rice and roasted vegetables, and garnish with scallions and sesame seeds.

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Sriracha Turkey Burgers

These Sriracha turkey burgers hit the spot every time. These burgers are delicious, and they are easy to make, too. The spice of Sriracha marries well with the other ingredients, especially the crispy sweet potatoes.

Firstly, wash and prepare your produce. As you’re doing this, preheat the oven to 450 degrees, and slice your sweet potatoes into thin rounds, just slightly thicker than a chip.

Drizzle with oil, and bake them on a tray for at least twenty-five minutes.

Chop your shallots, garlic, ginger, and cilantro.

In a bowl, combine your turkey mince, shallot, half of your chopped ginger, half of your garlic, half of your cilantro, sriracha, soy sauce, and salt and pepper. Form this mixture into two patties.

Combine mayonnaise with sriracha in a bowl on the side.

Heat up a pan with a drizzle of olive oil, and season your burger patties with more salt and pepper. Drop them in the pan and cook for around three minutes per side. After three minutes, let them finish cooking in the oven for at least seven minutes.

Make a salad with your favorite leaves, and your ginger and garlic.

It’s time to make your burgers. Spread some of your spicy mayo onto the burger buns, and top with a turkey patty. Add coriander (cilantro), and then top with the other bun. Serve with salad and crispy potato rounds.

Classic Beef Chilli

This classic beef chilli is heartwarming, and it has a good kick to it. This chilli is one of those dishes you can leave in the slow cooker, and come back to after a long day. For convenience alone, it deserves to be amongst our best Hello Fresh recipes.

Firstly, wash and prepare all of your produce. Slice your scallions, mince your garlic, core and seed your chilli, drain the beans, and chop everything up.

Heat some oil in a pan, and add your minced (ground) beef, cooking for around six minutes. Season this with salt and pepper.

Add scallions, chilli and garlic to a pan, and cook until softened.

Add Mexican spices to the pan with the scallions and chili, and cook for a further minute, adding salt and pepper.

To your scallion mix, add your stock, beef, tomatoes, beans, and a cup of water. Let this boil, and then simmer at a low heat for at least ten minutes.

Season with salt and pepper, and serve.

You can add extra scallions, as well as a serving of sour cream to help the heat.

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Italian Ciabatta Cheeseburgers

These burgers are unique, and you may find yourself craving them. Add caramelized onions to the crispy bun, as well as a perfectly cooked, cheesy patty.

Firstly, wash your fresh produce, and preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

Slice an onion into thin crescents, and place into a hot oiled pan. Add a teaspoon of sugar, salt, and pepper, and let them caramelize.

Chop up some garlic, and whisk tomato paste, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and your chopped or minced garlic. Season this with salt and pepper.

Next, add some olive oil to a pan and heat on medium-high heat.

Shape your beef into patties, and season with more salt and pepper. Add to the pan, cooking for around three minutes per side. Sprinkle some mozzarella on top, and cover until this cheese melts.

Cut your ciabattas and let them toast on a pan or grill. As you’re doing this, slice some tomatoes and prepare your lettuce for the burgers.

Next, make your salad. Mix greens, tomatoes, cranberries and salad dressing in a bowl.

Make your burgers.

Add a patty to the ciabatta and top with salad.

Add any leftover salad on the side.

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Cheese Tortellini

This recipe is well known for being one of Hello Fresh’s most popular dishes, and it tastes amazing. The recipe is super simple, and you’ll want to eat it every night.

Bring a large pot of water to the boil, and wash and prepare all of your produce.

Thinly slice your scallions, and chop your mushrooms in quarters. Chop some garlic, and heat a large pan of olive oil on medium high heat.

Add mushrooms to the pan, and add some more oil if necessary.

Add your tortellini to the pot, and cook it until it floats to the top. This should take about five minutes.

Add garlic, scallions, Italian seasoning with some butter to the mushrooms. Cook this for a couple of minutes, until the scallion has softened. Season with salt and pepper.

Into the mushroom mix, stir in some cream cheese, sour cream, stock, butter, and a bit of pasta water. Transfer the tortellini and let this heat up.

Serve with Parmesan cheese, scallions and chilli flakes.

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Salsa Verde Enchiladas

With Mexican food so popular these days, we had to include this enchiladas meal amongst our best Hello Fresh recipes.

These enchiladas are deliciously hearty, and slightly spicy. Enchiladas are amazing, and what more could you ask for. With Monterey jack cheese and Poblano peppers, this Hello Fresh recipe has it all.

Preheat your oven to 475 degrees, and wash and prepare your produce.

Heat some olive oil in a large pan and add your pepper. Cook this until it has softened.

Save some of your spice in a bowl, and then add some tomatoes, scallions, half of your beans, some bean liquid, and spice to the pan. Cook for a couple of minutes and season with salt and pepper.

Heat a pot with some olive oil and add some beans, and cook until they are softened.

Add some bean liquid and simmer for a couple of minutes. Add a small amount of butter, and mash your beans with a fork until smooth.

Spread the mashed beans on your tortillas, and put some filling in each one. Roll up the tortillas, and place them in a dish.

Add some salsa on top, along with your cheese. Broil for around four minutes.

Dollop some sour cream into a bowl, along with some of your spice. Add some water, and drizzle on top of enchiladas. Top with scallions and chilli.

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Philly-Style Beef Melts

Philly-style anything sounds good to us, but this classic hoagie really does it all. With the flavoursome beef, along with caramelised peppers and onions, along with cheese – how much better could it get?

Firstly, preheat your oven to 450 degrees, and wash and prepare all of your produce. Cut your potatoes into wedge sizes.

Pop your potatoes and chopped peppers onto a tray, and drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper. Cook this for at least twenty minutes.

Next, heat up a pan with some olive oil. Add your onions, beef, and seasonings. Cook this for around six minutes.

Combine sour cream, half of your mustard, and salt and pepper. Slice your soft baguettes lengthwise, and toast them for around five minutes.

To the beef, add your stock, mustard, and water. Top your beef mixture with your pepper jack cheese, and cover until melted.

Transfer the beef and cheese mixture to the baguette, as well as your peppers and onions. Serve alongside your creamy mustard.

Mushroom Penne With Truffle Cream

This mushroom penne will hit the spot, with the creamy sauce and the truffles pleasing everybody. This recipe is easy, and is perfect for making as a quick dinner and catapulting it onto our best Hello Fresh recipes list.

Boil a pot of water, and prepare all the ingredients.

Throw in some penne to your salted boiling water, and cook for around ten minutes, or until it is al dente.

While your pasta is cooking, add sliced carrots to mixed greens and set aside.

Heat up a pan with olive oil, and brown your mushrooms. Add your scallions, and cook until the mushrooms start to crisp.

Stir in sour cream, cream cheese, and pasta water to your mushroom mix, along with some salt and pepper. Grate in some truffle zest, and stir in your penne. The sauce should be smooth and creamy.

Add croutons to your salad, along with your favorite dressing.

Serve your mushroom penne with scallions and Parmesan cheese.

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Creamy Shrimp Tagliatelle

Shrimp (Prawn) and pasta is a no-brainer, and this recipe combines the two, along with heirloom tomatoes, and a creamy sauce.

Wash and prepare your produce.

Bring a pot of salted water to the boil, and dry off your shrimp.

Next, drizzle some oil in a pan, and heat on medium-high heat. Add your garlic, scallions, and chili, and cook until soft.

Add your shrimp to this mix, and season with salt and pepper. Cook the shrimp for two minutes, until it is just cooked on the outside.

Add your tagliatelle to the water, and cook for five minutes, until it is al dente. Save some pasta water.

Add your heirloom tomatoes to the shrimp, until the skin is wilted.

Combine all the ingredients, including the shrimp, into the pasta, and add butter, sour cream, a squeeze of lemon, and any pasta water.

Serve from the pot and garnish with lemon and scallions.

Meatloaf Balsamico

This meatloaf is super flavorful and hearty. Enjoy the punchy balsamic sauce with the sweet beans and potatoes.

Wash and prepare your produce. Preheat your oven to 450 degrees.

Add garlic, panko, beef, and parsley along with salt to a small bowl. Add pepper, and mix to form small loaves.

In a bowl, mix balsamic vinegar, and ketchup, and brush onto the small meat loaf.

Cook the meatloaf for at least twenty-five minutes.

Chop up a sweet potato, and put into a small amount of salted boiling water. Drain after ten minutes.

Get your meatloaves out of the oven, and set aside on the tray. Add green beans with salt and pepper, and put the tray back into the oven for a further fifteen minutes.

Mash your sweet potato with salt and pepper, honey, and butter.

Serve up your meal, and top your meatloaves with almonds.

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Orange And Cashew Chicken Stir-Fry

We all know orange chicken is divine, and this recipe takes it a step further with fresh veggies and rice.

Wash and prepare your produce.

Prepare some water in a pot and boil it. Add the rice once it has boiled, and let it cook for at least fifteen minutes.

Coat your chicken in cornstarch and season with salt and pepper.

Squeeze the juice of an orange into a bowl.

Add cashews to a hot oiled pan, and cook until fragrant, around a minute. Next, add sugar and chilli flakes, until the cashew nuts are sticky and sweet.

With your orange juice, whisk together orange zest, soy sauce, sugar, ginger, water, and cornstarch.

Heat a pan with a small amount of oil, and cook your bell peppers until they are softer. Add in the scallions and minced ginger until soft and fragrant.

Remove the vegetables from this pan, and add your chicken. Cook it for at least four minutes, gradually stirring in the sauce.

Add your fluffy rice to a bowl, and top with vegetables and chicken. Drizzle any of the sweet sauce on top, and garnish with scallions and cashews.

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Teriyaki Salmon

Teriyaki salmon is a classic recipe, and it is so easy to make, and even easier to eat! This salmon is served with green beans and fluffy jasmine rice. Try it and we’re sure it’ll be one of your best Hello Fresh recipes.

Wash and prepare all your produce, and preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

Heat up a pot with some olive oil, and add your ginger and scallions. Cook this for at least two minutes, and then add in your washed rice.

Pour in water, and a generous pinch of salt. Let this simmer for at least twenty minutes, until cooked.

Place some salmon skin side down on a tray, and season with salt and pepper. Drizzle some oil on top. Add green beans around the salmon. Roast salmon until half-cooked, for around five minutes.

Heat up your teriyaki sauce in a saucepan, and heat it for around three minutes, until it is thick.

Remove the fish, and coat with some teriyaki sauce. Broil for four minutes.

Get your rice all fluffy, and season with lime juice, salt and pepper.

Top your rice with salmon, scallions, and green beans. You can top with more teriyaki sauce.

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Sesame Chicken Noodles

These sesame chicken noodles are delicious, with a crunchy cabbage and spicy chilli oil. Pop them straight on your list of best Hello Fresh recipes.

Boil salted water, and boil another pot for the chicken.

Once the water has boiled, add the chicken and boil for fifteen minutes.

Wash and prepare all of your vegetables.

Add your linguine to the salted water, and cook for ten minutes.

Mix peanut butter, vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, sesame oil, pepperolio, oil, water, and honey in a small bowl.

Remove your chicken and shred with two forks.

Remove your linguine, and toss with some sesame oil.

Combine chicken with red cabbage, linguine, and your peanut sauce.

Serve, and top with scallions.

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Black Bean Quesadillas

We are huge fans of quesadillas in our house, so for us, this is one of the best Hello Fresh recipes.

These quesadillas take the classic floury quesadilla up a notch, and they are truly delicious with the salsa, and creamy cheese.

Wash and prepare all of your produce.

Combine your black beans in a pot, along with their juice, spice, butter, salt, and pepper. Boil this on medium-high heat for five or so minutes. Once this has boiled, mash it until smooth.

Next, heat up some oil in a pan, and add poblano pepper, salt, and pepper. Cook for around six minutes, and add in your scallions.

Combine tomatoes, scallions, lime zest, and its juice. Add salt and pepper and set aside.

Add guacamole, sour cream and lime juice to a bowl, and mix.

Time to construct your tortillas.

Spread half of your tortilla with mashed beans, add poblano mix, along with the two types of
cheese.

Toast your quesadillas in a pan on medium heat, until the cheese is melted, and the outside is browned.

Serve with your dips, and salsa scattered on top.

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Cavatappi Beef Ragù

This beef ragù is a modern take on popular French ragù, and it is creamy and indulgent. There is nothing stopping you from eating the whole pot of this pasta!

Boil a large pot of salted water, and prepare and chop all of your vegetables.

Add your cavatappi to the boiling water, and cook for around ten minutes, until al dente.

While your pasta is boiling, drizzle some oil in a pan, and add your carrot. Season with salt and pepper.

To your carrots, add your beef and Italian seasoning. Cook this for at least five minutes.

Stir in the marinara sauce, along with water. Let this reduce until the sauce has thickened.

Next, stir in cream cheese, your pasta, butter, and half of your parsley.

Let this cook, and divide between bowls, topping with Parmesan cheese and chopped parsley.

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Citrus Pork Tacos

Pork is not often seen in tacos, but it definitely should be – every night of the week! This recipe combines pork with citrus flavours and pickled onions for one of the best Hello Fresh recipes.

Wash and prepare all your produce.

Combine a quarter of your onion, lime juice, sugar, and salt. Cover and microwave for thirty seconds.

Add sour cream and southwest spice to a bowl, and mix with salt and pepper.

Heat a pan with olive oil, and add green pepper as well as the rest of your onion.

Add your pork to a pan, along with any remaining spices. Cook for four minutes. Stir in your tex-mex paste, orange juice, and lime juice. Bring this to a simmer, and cook for a few minutes.

Wrap your tortillas in wet paper towels, and microwave for around thirty seconds.

Construct your tacos, and drizzle with sour cream and pickled onions.

Pork Sausage And Roasted Pepper Pasta

Pasta and sausage are two things that should always go together. This recipe is simple, and will please everyone in your household. No wonder we prize it as one of the best Hello Fresh recipes.

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees, and bring a pot of water to a boil.

Prepare your veggies.

Roast your peppers in half, and drizzle with olive oil.

Roast your garlic alongside the peppers, and wrap in foil – this should take about twenty minutes.

Add pasta to the boiling water, and cook until al dente.

Heat some olive oil in a pan, and add your sausage. Cook for six minutes, and add chili, tomato paste, and some pasta water.

Transfer your peppers and garlic to a chopping board, and slice and mash.

Stir in the garlic to your sausage mix, and pour in the cream sauce.

Add your bell pepper, along with your pasta, and some Parmesan cheese. Add butter, and season with salt and pepper.

Serve with Parmesan cheese and a pinch of chilli.

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Tropical Fish Tacos

This recipe does not consist of tropical fish, but instead tropical flavors. This fish taco recipe is infused with sweet mango.

Wash and prepare your produce.

Add mango, cabbage and lime juice to a bowl. Season with salt and pepper.

Season your tilapia with salt, pepper, and the southwest spice. Give it a drizzle of olive oil.

Heat up a pan with some olive oil, and fry the fish for a couple of minutes per side.

Add sour cream, chipotle powder, and reserved southwest seasoning. Stir in some water, so it has a drizzle consistency.

Wrap tortillas in a wet paper towel, and microwave for thirty seconds.

Break up the fish, and serve in tacos.

Spoon in any slaw and cilantro. Drizzle with the sour cream mix.

Zucchini And Tomato Flatbread

We thought it was time tp put a bread on our best Hello Fresh Recipes list.

This flatbread recipe is simple, and will hit the spot.

Wash and prepare your produce, and preheat your oven to 450 degrees.

Heat up a pan with olive oil, and throw in your zucchini. Cook for five minutes.

Combine tomatoes, olive oil and garlic in a bowl.

Combine ricotta, lemon zest, olive oil, and lemon juice in a separate bowl.

Place your flatbread on a tray, and spread with lemon ricotta. Add your tomatoes and zucchini and bake for ten minutes.

Serve with basil, lemon zest, and chilli flakes. You can also drizzle your flatbread with honey for added flavour.

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Indian Stuffed Peppers

These peppers combine Indian spice with classic Mediterranean flavours. Enjoy with fresh coriander (cilantro) and cardamon.

Wash and prepare your produce, and preheat your oven to 350 degrees.

Drizzle the halved peppers with olive oil, salt, pepper, and roast for twenty minutes.

Heat olive oil in a pan, and add your chopped onions, parsley stems, carrots, and season with salt and pepper. Cook this for five minutes.

Add curry powder and garam masala to a pan and cook until fragrant, around a minute. Stir in the rice, and lightly toast.

Add some water, and cook for at least fifteen minutes.

When the rice is cooked, add in peas, chickpeas, and parsley leaves. Cook for a couple more minutes, and stuff your peppers.

Garnish with more parsley and enjoy.

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Coconut Curry Chicken

Lastly on our list – but still worthy of it’s place amongst the best Hello Fresh recipes – a fragrant and creamy curry. Enjoy this coconut chicken curry with rice and kale.

Add rice to a pot of water, along with a pinch of salt. Bring this to the boil.

Wash and prepare your produce.

Add kale to a pan, and cook for five minutes. Add a splash of water if necessary.

Heat up a pan with olive oil, and cook off your seasoned chicken. Cook for five minutes.

To the chicken, add curry powder, paprika, and tomato paste. Add some chilli flakes if you like the added heat.

Stir in coconut milk, butter, salt, water, and sugar to the chicken, and simmer.

Add the kale and sour cream, and season with salt and pepper.

Fluff up your rice, and serve with the creamy coconut curry.

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Final Thoughts

Hello Fresh is full of excellent recipes, and this is truly just a handful. In fact, choosing our best Hello Fresh recipes was quite a challenge. With our comprehensive list, we’re sure you’ve found some dinner ideas to last you the year!

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