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Our 4 Chilli Sauce Recipes

Learn March 19, 2017

Our Four 5 Minute Chilli Sauce Recipes Remember a while ago when our Rob & Keith took on some pretty hot chillies for the HelloFresh Chilli Challenge?

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Martin says:

Why can’t you just say grams, ounces or fluid ounces instead of cup?? There are so many different variations of “cup” that this just makes everything way too confusing. If I was to order online enough chillies to make this recipe, I don’t have a quantity to order because, guess what, online delivery services don’t sell there goods in cups.

If you are going to offer this type of service I shouldn’t have to go to another web page to work out the calculation.

Jane Earle says:

Hi Trisha, I printed out the recipe for the hot chilli sauce above and on reading it discovered that although lime juice is mentioned in the instructions there is no lime juice mentioned in the recipe ingredients list! Can you let me know how much lime juice I need … looking forward to eating some of this hot sauce ๐Ÿ™‚
Best wishes,
Jane

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Our Healthy Vegan Banana Ice Cream Recipe

Learn March 1, 2017

ย 3 Nice Cream Recipes
We've got not just one, not two, but three nice cream recipes for you to try out. Give them a go and let us know how they (...)

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15 Ways to Spice up your Italian Cooking

Learn February 20, 2017

Italian food has so much more to it that pasta. If you're cooking meats, risotto, pasta, or fish, here are some tips on how to make them really authentically Italian.
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Hi Trisha,

this 15 Essential Ingredients is very very delicious, i like Parmesan very much

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18 Essential Ingredients for Indian Cooking

Learn February 20, 2017

We’re a nation of absolute curry fanatics and Indian food is at the core of this obsession.

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leeshin says:

thank you for listing these spices, altogether they enhance the richness and health factor in the Indian food

Helen Greene says:

The traditional food of India has been widely appreciated for its fabulous use of herbs and spices

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5 Ingeniously Simple Ways to Spice up Dinnertime

Learn February 13, 2017

Did you know that per year the average Brit cooks the same 12 recipes again and again? We've all got dishes that we could makeย with our eyes closed. But, in (...)

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Lucy Lincoln says:

This is such a good idea! I often find myself sticking to the same meals and preparing them in exactly the same way or with the same ingredients each time but it’s nice to try something a bit different. I quite often use paprika in my cooking, especially in chicken dishes but haven’t really explored some of the others much, such as star anise and pomegranate. Thank you for showing how easily these spices can be integrated into some common dishes, I’ll definitely try some of these out next time!

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Our Spice of the Month: Dukkah

Learn January 13, 2017

In 2017, we're really pushing the boundaries of flavour. So, every month, we'll be introducing you to a new spice to help you add a pinch of creativity to your cooking. (...)

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4 Ancient Grains That’ll Nourish You Up

Learn January 8, 2017

As part of our Daily Yay campaign this January, we’re sharing simple ways to jazz up your January.

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4 Seasonal Vegetables That’ll Make You Feel Amazing This January

Learn January 1, 2017

A lot of people know all about the environmental benefits of eating seasonal vegetables and fruit, like reducing carbon emissions ย because seasonal local vegetables don’t have to travel around the world in a plane.

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7 Simple Recipes that are Bursting with Flavour

Learn December 28, 2016

The world of flavour is a whimsical one. Here are my 3 favourite flavour phenomena and 7 dishes to help you cook them and try them out.

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Karolynne says:

Thank you for these great ideas and your recipes x

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Unusual flavour combinations – that work!

Learn August 25, 2016

It wasnโ€™t that long ago that caramel and salt would have sat in a list of โ€˜weird food combinationsโ€™. In recent years however this viscous deliciousness has so steadily (...)

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Sandy says:

Try Onions and Watermelon.
Strawberry and Black Pepper.
Both are so Yummy, Yummy!!

sam says:

I have eaten cheese, ploughmans style pickle and crunchy peanut butter sandwiches for years! Best served on wholemeal or granary bread….maybe I was on to something from an early age (I was too young to think about hangover cures)!!!

Andrew says:

Bananas and salad cream on hot buttered toast is amazing

Trisha says:

Ooh wow – sounds interesting! We’ll have to give that a try Andrew.

Gisou says:

Watermelon with fats cheeses on flat bread for breakfast so yummy

Philip says:

Tuna & banana… weird but truly delicious

Nicola says:

Ground coffee with mature cheese, I swear it works so well. I always add sea salt to my chocolate too. ๐Ÿ™‚

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