Peru might be better known for its mountains and llamas, but it’s also home to myriad culinary delights. In this recipe, we’re taking a cue from the country’s papa a la huancaína—that’s potatoes smothered in a slightly spicy citrus-spiked cheese sauce. Served alongside garlic-coated chicken and roasted broccoli, it feels comfortingly familiar, regardless of whether you’ve been to South America or not.
The words “chicken parm” usually have us reaching for our stretchy pants, but this version has all of the cheesy, breaded goodness you know and love in a less over-the-top package. The chicken breasts are baked, not fried, while the heavy sauce is swapped out for a spinach salad with a fresh-squeezed creamy lemon dressing.
This chicken is liable to vanish from your plate—what a jerk! No, really, it’s coated in jerk seasoning, otherwise known as Jamaica’s gift to spice lovers everywhere. It’s got that island heat and swagger, so to help keep things cool, we added a crisp and refreshing salad with mango and bell pepper. And to really gild the lily, we’re even throwing in some sweet potato wedges dusted with more of that jerk magic.
Cranberry sauce is for more than just turkey. Here, we’re using it to make crispy, pan-seared duck breasts truly dazzle. The rich poultry is enlivened by its tart fruitiness, resulting in a wave of bold flavors that travel over the tongue and linger. Add some buttery mashed potatoes and a peppery watercress salad to the side, and you’ve got a meal that is sure to be a favorite in your kitchen through fall and beyond.
Schnitzel—the Austrian dish of crispy breadcrumb-coated meat—always takes center stage when it’s on a plate. So prepare for oohs and ahs from your family as you serve them this version with chicken. Thin-pounded breasts are pan-fried to perfection and served next to roasted potato wedges and a salad with creamy dressing. It’s so scrumptious and satisfying, you might even get a round of applause after everyone’s finished with their plate.
Herbed Chicken Over Zucchini Risotto Recipe | HelloFresh
Maybe you’ve heard of zucchini noodles or tried zucchini pizza crust. But in this recipe, we’re trying a veggie-based spin on a carb-y dish that doesn’t feel like a replacement for something else. The green veg is shredded, sautéed, and mixed with cheese and herbs in a way that mimics risotto but is so creamy and savory that it transcends into something even better. With an herby chicken breast and juicy warm tomatoes on top, it’s a groundbreaking achievement.
Scallopini get their name from the Italian word for “scallops,” or a thinly sliced piece of meat. Here, we’ll show you how to transform chicken breasts into those slim and slender cutlets, just the way they do at many a trattoria. The scallopini are then dusted in flour to give them a crispy brown coating and smothered in a creamy mushroom sauce that truly tastes like amore at first bite.
A balanced meal that’s adult AND kid approved? Yes, please! Our chefs opted to toast the panko to ensure it’s as crunchy as possible before combining it with Parmesan and using it to bread chicken tenders. After being baked to deep golden perfection in the oven alongside green beans and potato wedges, there’s nothing stopping everyone in your gang from eating it all right up.
If there were ever a recipe to prove that you don’t need a lot of fancy equipment to make a stellar meal, this is it. All you need to bring it to life it is a single pot, my friends. A single pot! Packed with al dente tendrils of gemelli pasta, peas and broccoli bursting with green, and gently browned pieces of chicken, the only thing as fast as this recipe’s cleanup is how quickly every last bit of sauce will vanish from everyone’s plates.
Chicken gets a major flavor upgrade when Dijon mustard is involved. Our customers certainly think so, at least. This latest addition to the HelloFresh Hall of Fame features a creamy sauce spiked with the French condiment, which had everyone exclaiming “Je t’aime!” last time we sent it. With bubbly couscous on the side and arugula for a good dose of green, this recipe is all about jazzing up the basics with some well-chosen seasonings.
This recipe was made for anyone with an insatiable sweet tooth. You know, the eaters who usually need an extra nudge to eat their veggies. With cinnamon-spiced sweet potatoes and a maple syrup glaze, there will be no shortage of candy-like flavors on the plate, nor of nutrients like vitamin A. But because this is dinnertime, there are still savory elements to anchor it all, like white meat chicken and crisp, garlicky green beans.
Japan may not seem like a source for a fried chicken recipe, but it is, and that chicken is delicious. These thin cutlets are coated in panko breadcrumbs and sizzled in the pan ’til they’re gorgeously golden and crisp. Then, tonkatsu sauce is drizzled on top—you can think of it as a soy-based answer to barbecue sauce. And if that’s not enough, the fluffy ginger rice and sesame-sprinkled green beans on the side will convince you to make this Japanese comfort food one of your own.
It’s time to graduate from the chicken Caesar and introduce yourself to a new chicken and creamy salad combo that is—dare we say it—elevated. Here, panko-breaded breasts are given a pinch of lemon zest for a fragrant effect. Then, a spring mix and tomato salad with a rich, dairy-licious sour cream dressing is added to the side. Throw in some roasted potatoes and boom: welcome to the next level of dinnertime sophistication.
This chicken doesn’t just cross the road. It races down it at lightning speed. You can have these crispy, breadcrumb-coated cutlets on the table in 20 minutes flat (and that includes the toasty garlic bread and green salad that come on the side). The only thing we suggest slowing down for is savoring all those scrumptious flavors once they’re on your plate.
Gremolata may sound like a creature you’d find under your bed, but it’s actually a condiment with chopped herbs and nuts—think of it as pesto’s more rustic cousin. And like pesto, it’s a perfect match for gemelli pasta and other Italian-style ingredients, such as sausage and baby broccoli. We also promise it won’t growl and grumble into the night but rather send you into the evening content and happy.
Although nothing beats kicking back by the grill on a lazy Sunday, sometimes you just wanna get your barbecue fix pronto. Which is why we came up with this quick and easy chicken recipe that’s inspired by the tart, spicy flavors of North Carolina’s signature ’cue sauce. Served with green beans and a mac ’n’ cheese that comes together with just a few stirs, it’s ready in less time than it takes to fire up the charcoal.