Genre: Cookery
Published: 3 May 2018
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley

HelloFresh Recipes That Work: More Than 100 Step-by-step Recipes & Techniques

by Patrick Drake

Each week HelloFresh send their customers illustrated recipes and the exact ingredients needed to cook them. Since launching in 2012 they have become the largest service of their type in the world, delivering in excess of 11 million meals a month. Every recipe is tried and tested by hundreds and thousands of customers and their feedback is used to make HelloFresh recipes even  better.

In HelloFresh’s debut cookbook, Recipes That Work, HelloFresh co-founder and head chef, Patrick Drake has brought together the all-time favourite recipes from the HelloFresh kitchen, providing a collection that will transform your mid-week meals from the mundane to the totally delicious. All the recipes included are photographed with step-by-step instructions and are ready within 30–45 minutes. The book kicks off with a quick masterclass in how to tackle the basics of successful cooking, from dicing a carrot to peeling root ginger with a teaspoon, ensuring that even the beginner can cook up a storm.

These recipes require minimal effort and no complicated techniques. Impress friends and family with tasty, nutritious dishes such as Roasted Honey Feta with Crispy Sweet Potatoes, Super Mexican Shepherd’s Pie, and HelloFresh’s famous Prawn and Prosciutto Linguine.

This is not a cookbook that will just look pretty on a shelf, but one that will become the most reliable, sauce-spattered, page-folded, go-to book in your kitchen.

– 100 delicious HelloFresh customer-approved recipes and techniques with step-by-step photography

– Extensive vegetarian options

– Key techniques for easier cooking

– Tips on equipping your kitchen on a budget

– A list of store-cupboard essentials

– Quick recipes for post-work suppers, most ready in under 30 minutes

“Moral of the story: If you feel like you’re in a cooking rut and want to try new recipes or master new techniques, HelloFresh is a great option.” - Buzzfeed
“They do a nice job of juggling the right amount of flavour and complexity with the busy-life factor.” - Forbes