Classic Box Menu 8/26 to 9/1

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Is anyone else as crazy about Thanksgiving as we are? We’re happy to indulge in November’s favorite foods all year long. You will be, too, after trying this customer favorite from the HelloFresh Hall of Fame. Featuring turkey burgers slathered in cranberry mayo, with a cranberry-studded salad on the side, it’ll make you thankful that tasty flavor combos are always in season.


Cooking time
35 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


Stir-fries are a handy dish for weeknights because you can get them on the table quickly with minimal fuss. Just prep your protein and veg, whip together a simple sauce, and let those ingredients sizzle in the pan. For this version, we’re tossing beef strips, bell pepper, and bok choy in a marinade of ginger, garlic, and soy sauce. It’s simple yet tremendously satisfying.


Cooking time
35 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


The original moo shu hails from northern China, where the mix of pork and veggies is typically served with thin, flat wheat wrappers. So it didn’t seem to be too much of a stretch to us to taco-fy the recipe, using warm flour tortillas to swaddle the savory ingredients. The hoisin mayo, however, is a border-hopping, decidedly nontraditional addition that delivers an addictive combo of sweet and creamy.


Cooking time
30 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


Think of these as a swankier, more sophisticated version of fish sticks. You’ve still got flaky, tender fish in a crispy breaded coating. But when shaped into patties with creamy potatoes and peppy Cajun spices mixed in, they somehow seem extra elegant. If you want to get fancy and call them croquettes, go right ahead.


Cooking time
40 min


Difficulty level
Level 2


Pasta night just got so easy, it’s ridiculous. Everything in this recipe (and we really mean everything) comes together in a single pan. And since the orzo is cooked risotto-style, with the minimal amount of water it needs to get al dente, you don’t even have to drain it. The only thing that’s not minimal is the flavor: with chicken sausage, warmed tomatoes, and Parmesan and mozzarella cheeses, taste-wise, it about as big and bold as you can get.


Cooking time
30 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


Chimichurri is Argentina’s version of pesto. It’s herby, garlicky, and a delight to drizzle over just about anything—especially a nice piece of beef. And speaking of beef, you’ll be searing up a skirt steak, which is prized for its robust, deep flavor. With a jumble of roasted sweet potatoes, corn, avocado, and tomatoes on the side, it’s got the perfect balance of colorful veggie wholesomeness and luxuriant, meaty decadence.


Cooking time
45 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


Pizza for breakfast doesn’t have to mean a cold, leftover slice. In fact, it can be a beautifully toasty and golden crust, a mouthwatering spread of creamy ricotta, and, because it’s breakfast, a cascade of bacon and apple pieces. Trust us, after trying this made-for-mornings version, you’ll understand why pizza is a perfect food at any time of day.


Cooking time
30 min


Difficulty level
Level 1


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.


Cooking time
35 min


Difficulty level
Level 1