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10 Quick Easy Recipes That Are Bursting With Flavour

The world of flavour is a whimsical one. Here are 10 easy dishes under 30 minutes to help you cook them and try them out.

Source: https://blog.hellofresh.co.uk/recipes/dinner-ideas/7-recipes-flavour/

Tiger Prawn Spaghetti with Chilli and Sun-Dried Tomatoes

If this dish were a place, it would be a sunny little fishing village somewhere on the coast of Sardinia. If it were a time, it would be an al fresco lunch, on a sun-dappled terrace, with a cold bottle of rosé. For this recipe we combined simple, light, fresh flavours to create a nostalgia-inducing meal that will leave you plenty of time to get online and book your next holiday. Daydreams included as standard.

Thai ‘Moo Pad Krapow’ null

In a former life (well, about 10 years ago) our Head Chef used to be a lawyer. When his firm asked him where he’d like to go on secondment, they were probably expecting him to choose Berlin or possibly Munich. His answer? Thailand. Living there for three months he used to eat in the food halls with all the locals every lunchtime and this became his go-to dish. Stick a fried egg on for extra authenticity!

Lamb and Chickpea Curry null

You will love this mouthwatering curry as it is really easy and quick to prepare! This curry is spiced with Sri Lankan curry powder and flavoured with ginger, garlic, coriander, mustard seeds and star anise! These herbs and spices are the stars of the dish and make, what is a really simple meal, fresh and delicious. You will favour it every time over your local takeaway!

Seasonal Broad Bean Risotto with Balsamic Glazed Cherry Tomatoes

Anyone say broad beans? Charlotte, our veggie buyer, loves these green British beauties, so begged us to squirrel them into one of the dishes this week. Our chef, Victoria, accepted the challenge and voilà, a delicious cheesy broad bean risotto. We’re sending you whole broad beans in their jackets (pods) so that they have a little extra safety padding for their journey to your kitchen this evening – happy podding!

Pan-Fried Chicken with New Potatoes and Tarragon Sauce

Every week we painstakingly go through the results of your recipe feedback to make sure we’re on track to make tastier meals. Every once in awhile we see a sharp spike in the scores and until recently we couldn’t put our finger on the reason. Then we realised: tarragon. It seems this little wonder herb perks up dinner time no end. Expect to see more on the menu soon!

Moroccan Spiced Cod Parcel with Fragrant Couscous and Orange Dressing

It’s no secret that our chef Vix prides herself on her Moroccan inspired recipes. Chef André thought he would give her a bit of a run
for her money and team a sweet and delicately flavoured Moroccan couscous with spicy cod. Even Vix thinks this one is a winner!

Steak Tagliata with Rosemary Roasted Potatoes and Peppercorn Sauce

If we had a penny for every time we saw a badly cooked steak we’d probably be millionaires. There are certain cardinal tips you have to follow for a perfect result:
1) Allow your steak to come up to room temperature before you cook it.
2) Get your frying pan super hot before your steak goes in.
3) Make sure you rest your steak on a warm plate for a few mins after cooking before you cut into it.
Right, now you’re ready!

Ksar Char-Bagh Moroccan Beef Burgers null

"What’s this Ksar Char-Bagh?" we hear you ask?! Head Chef Patrick recently did a recipe reconnaissance mission to Morocco and after spending some time in the mountains with the nomadic Berber
tribes, he decided to treat himself to lunch at the beautiful Ksar Char-Bagh hotel in Marrakech. Their Moroccan spin on a beef burger left a lasting impression! Check out his Moroccan video diary on our blog.

Garlicky Prawns with Proper Mini Roast Potatoes and Walnut Parsley Pesto

This meal is a delicious feast in which you will learn how to make perfect mini roast potatoes. The trick is to parboil your potato first, then roast it on an oiled baking tray that has been in the oven so it's
baking hot! These are mini ones but if you do normal sized roasties, they would just take a little longer to par-boil and roast.

Sicilian Eggplant Stew with Herbed Pork and Garlicky Ciabatta

Caponata is an eggplant-based dish hailing from Sicily, an island off the southern coast of Italy. It’s traditionally served as a salad, side dish, or relish, but we made it into a hearty stew with the addition of herb-infused ground pork and garlic-rubbed ciabatta.