My Hello Fresh box arrived last week and I have to say, I'm impressed.
Vicki had posted about her experience with Hello Fresh on her site, check it out HERE. I was fortunate enough to be one of the lucky winners as she was able to give away an introductory gift.
It's packaged very well with heavy duty ice packs surrounding the food.
Each meal has an easy to follow recipe card and all the pre-measured ingredients inside. It was a snap to get going and serve.
We've had two meals from it so far - the Quinoa Salad with Sunchokes and Kale and the Jamie Oliver verison of Aloo Gobhi. Both were excellent.
Here is the Quinoa Salad chock full of kale and sunchokes. I may adapt this next time I make it and use spinach instead of kale.
I didn't know what sunchokes were, turns out they are Jerusalem artichokes. Mystery solved.
Will I continue with Hello Fresh deliveries? Possibly. Everything you need to get a meal on the table is included and measured. It's good quality food too, fresh ingredients.
This recipe is so simple - you cook the quinoa while the sunchokes are roasting, approximately 20 minutes for each. While that's going on you cook the kale and onions, add seasonings and them combine everything. Included are green onions and dried cranberries for topping. It was a hit!
I will be joining Deb at Kahakai Kitchen for her Souper Sunday series. This week's linkup may be found HERE.
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