Deliciously Simple Recipes for January You Have to Try December 22, 2021

by Hattie HelloFresh x WW

HelloFresh and WW are making it deliciously simple to eat healthier and to stay on track with your goals this January. Here’s how…

After the whirlwind of December and the Christmas break, January is a fresh start and the perfect time to focus on cooking wholesome, nutritious meals. With the latest recipes in our Calorie Smart x WW collection, our chefs focus on simple and easy recipes that give you more.

While we are all craving those fresh flavours, let’s be real, nobody wants a salad in January! Instead, we bring you winter warmers to get you through colder nights and fire up those tastebuds.

From stews and pies to stir-frys and risotto (the list goes on), six recipes change every week to keep you inspired. Every dish is packed in fresh, wholesome ingredients and leaner-cut proteins such as chicken, prawn, tofu and fish. All while remaining under 600 calories.

It was hard to choose, but here are the recipes we’re most excited about.

Chickpea Earth Bowl with Avocado, Roasted Aubergine, Mint Yoghurt and Couscous

Order by: Thurs 30th Dec

This wholesome vegetarian bowl of roasted chickpeas, hearty and rich tomato stew and tender roasted aubergine has wonderful texture and a colourful combination of veggies.

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Herby Parsley Chicken with Sticky Baked Veg

Order by: Thurs 30th Dec

All hail the traybake. The time-saving dish is bursting with colourful vegetables and the extra crispy chicken skin is out of this world.

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Sweet Chilli Beef with Noodles, Veggies and Sesame Seeds

Order by: Thurs 30th Dec

A stir-fry is a great dish when you’re short on time but still want to pack in a wholesome meal. This tasty number is ready from pan to plate in under 25 minutes.

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Soy, Ginger & Lime Pork Meatballs with Sticky Noodles and Peanuts

Order by: Thurs 30th Dec

Learn how to make these soy, ginger and lime meatballs and we guarantee they’ll become a staple whenever you’re searching for maximum flavour, minimum effort. Combined with a variation of vegetables and a crunchy peanut topping, this stir-fry is a serious crowd-pleaser.

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Spicy Mexican Style Bean Stew with Roasted Peppers and Homemade Tortilla Chips

Order by: Thurs 6th Jan

In our humble opinion, nothing can top this rich tomato stew when you’re craving something comforting. We’ve substituted meat with spicy Mexican beans and topped with creamy feta and zingy spring onion. It’s like a hug in a bowl.

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Pork Steak and Creamy Peppercorn Sauce with Roast Potatoes, Green Beans and Broccoli

Order by: Thurs 6th Jan

Another comforting dish packing in flavour, these pork steaks with creamy and rich peppercorn sauce are a match made in heaven.

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Crispy Skinned Sea Bass and Zhoug Bulgur with Charred Pepper and Baby Plum Tomatoes

Order by: Thurs 6th Jan

The mildly sweet flavour of sea bass is just perfect with the herbal flavours of Zhoug. A weeknight winner.

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Black Bean and Sweet Potato Harissa Stew with Cavolo Nero, Flaked Almonds and Yoghurt

Order by: Thurs 13th Jan

A feast for the eyes as well as the stomach, this black bean and sweet potato stew is bursting with veggies and wholesome ingredients to keep you fuller for longer.

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Spicy Mexican Inspired Chicken Breast with Charred Corn and Potato Hash

Order by: Thurs 13th Jan

Can you handle the heat? Then this dish is for you. Punchy Mexican-inspired chicken breast served on a bed of potato hash – the perfect January fuel.

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Every WW recipe has a PersonalPoints range icon, so you can easily track against your plan. Then, to see your PersonalPoint value, all you need to do is scan the QR code that comes on every Calorie Smart x WW recipe card for the precise range of points. Easy!

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