Hello Fresh in One Word: WoW! (and a £20 Discount!)

Before we received our first Hello Fresh box, I had no idea what to expect. I knew I was going to be sent four meals to feed all of us. I was hoping for generous portions as breastfeeding makes me ravenous.

What is it & How Does it Work?
In a nutshell, the team at Hello Fresh create recipes alongside clearly illustrated step-by-step instructions to cook delicious meals. They source high-quality ingredients and send you a box containing the exact quantities you need, so there is no waste. They deliver the ingredients and recipes in a chilled box. All you have to do is put together delicious meals from scratch, without having to worry about what you are going to cook or sourcing the ingredients.

Hello Fresh - Recipe Cards

Our First Impressions
The family box was big and it promised to provide four meals for a family of four to five people, which was ideal for us with two adults and three little ones eating.

The worry I had before I opened the box was that the parcel had been sent two days before we received it and it did not arrive in a refrigerated lorry. It turned out the fresh stuff was as cold as it would have been in my fridge thanks a very careful packaging method. Some might argue that it is wasteful, but it works.

I already had quite a few of the ingredients at home, but convenience of having it all pre-packaged meant no time at all would be wasted when cooking.

Discovering what was inside felt like opening a Christmas present. I am not exaggerating. For someone like me who loves food but cannot stand food shopping, this is a serious treat! Everything was carefully labelled and all ingredients were fresh and of high quality.

I felt like a child about to play with a new toy (I know, easily pleased!) and as soon as I had all the ingredients out I was wondering which of the meals I would cook that night.

Hello Fresh Box - Ingredients

What we Ate
I looked at the cards with Beanie and asked her which one she fancied. My girl is a big fan of soup so it was no surprise to me when she opted for the Silver Lining Carrot, Pancetta and Lentil Soup with Herb Foccacia. When I looked at the recipe, I thought it would be interesting as the vast majority of the ingredients are the same ones as my favourite tomato sauce.

Hello Fresh - Silver Lining Carrot, Pancetta and Lentil Soup with Herb Foccacia

Beanie ate the chunky version and I blended it for the rest of us.

Hello Fresh - Silver Lining Carrot, Pancetta and Lentil Soup with Herb Foccacia after Blending

There was enough for all of us as well as light lunch for four of us the next day. A big bonus for me was that although she could not have the focaccia, there was nothing Jumpy was allergic to in the soup.

Our second meal was the Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin with Peppercorn Sauce. That was incredible. Seriously. It felt like dinner for a special occasion. The meat was tender and of high quality, the sauce divine. It is definitely a recipe I will make again. Hubby was wowed! Jumpy had it as well, and there were leftovers for her lunch the next day. It really is one of the best meals I have had in ages. I am so glad I can make it again now I have the recipe card. I just hope I can source meat that is as good as the one from our Hello Fresh box. Here is what Crevette’s plate looked like:

Hello Fresh - Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin with Peppercorn Sauce

The Fiery Roasted Red Pepper Fettuccine ‘a Nido’ pasta was devoured too quickly to be photographed. All I had to do for Jumpy to enjoy it as well was cook her ‘free from’ pasta separately. We had enough for lunch the next day.

Hubby made the Beef Stir Fry. Let’s just say he has to work on his presentation skills before I can take photos of food he makes. It was delicious but way too spicy for the kids. Hubby and I loved it and we had leftovers for lunch the next day.

Our Conclusions
It is fair to say Hello Fresh combines gourmet food and convenience.

I found the recipe cards absolutely brilliant, with their step-by-step instructions and clear photos, as well as suggestions on how to involve the little ones.

The service is not cheap but Hubby and I agree it is worth every penny. We absolutely loved our family box. Hubby is generally unimpressed by this kind of service as he finds it a waste of money, but he has been telling everyone at work about Hello Fresh!

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When I joined Hello Fresh, they sent me a code to share. It will give you a £20 discount on your first box, and I will also get credit on my own account if you subscribe. Spread the love (and enter the code when prompted): 3CZAGM.

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Comments

  1. Lisa Day says:

    I’ve never attempted to make a pie so that would be interesting to see how the pastry would come out if I tried to make one.

  2. Mousakka!

  3. winnie says:

    I would love to make beef wellington

  4. kellyjo walters says:

    a duck dish.. Im gonna attempt on boxing day

  5. Dawn Henson says:

    I would love to try to make a Beef Wellington but I am so bad at making pastry!!

  6. Nicki Evans says:

    I would like to make a proper Beef Rendang.

  7. Susan lloyd says:

    Would love to make carbonara, but scared of serving raw eggs and poisoning everyone!

  8. Nia from Hello Fresh says:

    This is great! We are so glad you enjoyed your box so much 🙂

  9. Cette boite est magique! ça donne des recettes très savoureuses et gourmandes !

  10. paula baylis says:

    I would like to make Jamie Olivers Curried Fish Pie but havn’t had the confidence yet, but i will do one dayl

  11. Sheila Hodgson says:

    Oh bliss meals without thinking or shopping!

  12. janet humphrey says:

    always wanted to try making a vegetarian curry. Love them when we go out for dinner, but my attempts have been unsuccessful so far..

  13. Roy Davis says:

    it looks different to me ,so would like to try

  14. Carolynn Woodland says:

    Beef Wellington

  15. Liam Bishop says:

    Turducken! 🙂

  16. laura stewart says:

    i think i would like to try sushi

  17. KYLIE GIBBARD says:

    I’d like to make a curry from scratch

  18. I’ve never actually cooked a goose, but I’d love to have a go at a Victorian style Christmas dinner 🙂

  19. Elizabeth (Liz) Briggs says:

    I would love to make a Cornish Pasty 🙂

    • Homemade pasties are yummy! I have a nice and easy recipe. I should try and publish it on the blog at some point.

  20. clair downham says:

    i would love to try a paella

  21. Claire Eadie says:

    I’m the worst at cooking, so soft boiling an egg and getting it right would be an achievement for me!

  22. Monica Gilbert says:

    I’d like to try a quiche. It strikes me as being something that’s difficult, but I’ve heard of it many times on TV.

    • It is really easy to make and so much nicer than shop-bought quiche! There is a recipe on the blog; you should check it out.

  23. Julie D says:

    a beef wellington, worried pastry would be overcooked or the meat undercooked!

  24. sarah rees says:

    id like to try something like sushi.

  25. Claire Hull says:

    I have never made a paella before

  26. John Knibb says:

    I would like to learn how to create more interesting vegetarian dishes. Had partial success with red onion and courgette quiche way better than bought quiche but fell for short of that produced by my very clever daughter and daughter-in-law :] Any suggestions?

  27. I would like to make Goulash like my mum does for us 🙂

  28. marion king says:

    ive never tried to make that meal that is a crown of lamb chops, it looks so fiddly but a great statement

  29. Frances Sunshine Hopkins says:

    Chilli

  30. karen cowley says:

    Never made a home made lasagne but would love to try x

  31. laura banks says:

    ive never made a roast dinner

  32. Michael Rattray says:

    I’ve never tried lasagne

  33. Amanda A says:

    I would to attempt a stroganoff!

  34. Sarah Pybus says:

    Paella 🙂

  35. Eva Vida says:

    Sushi 🙂

  36. Sandra Lane says:

    I would love to attempt Coq au Vin

  37. ashleigh allan says:

    I would love to try a homemade steak pie!

  38. lasagne!

  39. lynn heath says:

    I have never attempted a Souffles, they seem so difficult to get right that I would be scared I’d end up with scrambled eggs!!!

  40. Carol Phile says:

    I would like to try to cook proper barbecued pulled pork

  41. I would like to make gypsy Tart

  42. Debra Winfield says:

    Sushi…would love to make that!

  43. I’ve never tried making a terrine, I keep promising myself that I will.

  44. ah this looks great it would be particularly handy for my Christmas get-together housewarming session party on December 20th seeing as I will be utterly broke..hah. Have you tasted my Lamb, Stilton and Bramley apple pie with Mustard mash and chili gravy!

  45. Natalie Crossan says:

    Sushi – so delicious x

  46. Ruth Harwood says:

    Coq Au Vin x

  47. dawn foster says:

    I would quite like to try making Paella

  48. Maxine Owen says:

    I would like to make a chicken curry from scratch (I normally use the sauce in the jar kind)

  49. charlotte says:

    I tend to try most things, but I would say I would like to make a successful veggie lasagne. Many attempts – many ugly failures.

    • My best friend makes a seriously amazing one. I will ask her for the recipe!

      • charlotte says:

        oooh. yes please 🙂 Especially if she managed to make it where it isn’t super soggy, or where the pasta is still crispy! I can never get the balance right.

  50. jo liddement says:

    I would love to make my own home made pasta.My husband bourght me a pasta making machine but i haven’t gathered up the confidence to use it yet!

  51. Beatrice says:

    I would like to make a successful souffle

  52. aaron broad says:

    I would love to try and make stew, don’t think I possess the paitence 🙁

  53. Stacey Tripconey says:

    Chicken and mushroom pie

  54. Andy Kadir-Buxton says:

    vindaloo.

  55. Zachary Ohmite Hudson says:

    Baked Alaska

  56. A proper Christmas roast, I’ve never done it on my own!

  57. I’ve never made anything by actually making my own pastry. I should do really!

  58. Vickie Jackson says:

    Duck in ginger

  59. Laura says:

    A curry from scratch

  60. Janet T says:

    I’ve never done goose for christmas.

  61. A really good pudding -I’m rubbish at pudding.

  62. A Madras Curry

  63. Boeuf bourgignon!

  64. emma speers says:

    Beef bourguignon – always wondered what it was like! I see a lady said beef wellington above and I would also like to try that but not sure I would make it. Also above I see a lady and yourself hasn’t made moussaka – I make it admittedly I use a sachet of the powdered moussake sauce and it tells you how on the back lol but it is delicious, one of my fav meals and packed with veg too! Aubergines tend not to be part of my every day cooking but are so good in this.

  65. claire griffiths says:

    a duck curry but never tried incase its too rich

  66. maxine m partridge says:

    beef wellington. im going to try work trough my cookbooks so hopefully ill come across it soon

  67. GEOFF WICKENS says:

    a lamb curry

  68. Lindsey Jones says:

    I would love to make a mushroom risotto

  69. kayleigh Bates says:

    mousakka

  70. beef wellington

  71. Would like to try making a casserole

  72. Spencer Broadley says:

    Prawn cocktail properly

  73. Maria P says:

    something with lamb… I have never tried it before

  74. Hekna says:

    Anything with shellfish. I love it but am not confident with cooking it.

  75. pete c says:

    never have but would like to make Enchiladas

  76. Jennifer Toal says:

    Strogonoff

  77. Macaroni Cheese

  78. Azra Dedic says:

    I’d love to make a spanich casserole with chroizo and chicken!

  79. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    I would love to make a dhansak

  80. samantha price says:

    beef wellington looks good to go at

  81. Kaci Soderstrom says:

    Sausage rolls, always heard they are difficult to make

  82. MichelleD says:

    Profiteroles!

  83. Michaela Hannah says:

    I would love to try Beef wellington, it looks amazing

  84. Angela Kelly says:

    I’d love to try making a risotto

  85. I’ve always wanted to try a souffle

  86. Kiran Parry says:

    I would like to attempt Beef Wellington

  87. Michelle orchard says:

    A chicken korma 🙂 happy Xmas ❄️⛄️❄️

  88. katie Kathurima says:

    beef wellington

  89. Dave Edwards says:

    A PROPER chicken kiev!

  90. Lorraine G says:

    Not sure but i’d like to try a pastry dish of some sort. Not done one before. 🙂

  91. Lorraine G says:

    A pastry dish of some kind

  92. I would love to try & make fresh ravioli, might be a few years off yet though 😉 x

  93. natalie moore says:

    beef wellington

  94. I’ve never tried making Kleftiko, love it when we have been to Cyprus but have never attempted to make it back home

  95. jodie W says:

    I would like to try making a curry from scratch, but am daunted by all the ingredients i would need

  96. debbie smith says:

    hello there fab review it all looks very tasty !
    ive tried most didshes with horrible outcomes lol but ive never tried making puff pastry pie im scared of the puffy pastry bit lol !
    🙂

  97. I’d really like to make a proper spanish paella

  98. I would love to make a proper steak and ale pie from scratch, I always cheat with the pastry.

  99. Anne Dalzell says:

    I love seafood but i’ve never cooked with crab, so worried about getting it wrong.

  100. Fay Eyles says:

    Toad in the Hole

  101. Amy Blickett says:

    I would love to make a beef wellington – the only thing putting me off is that I’ve never made pastry before! I need to get practising!

  102. I always like the look of risotto but have heard its quite difficult so always chicken out of making it lol! x

  103. lindsey bray says:

    lamb kleftiko

  104. Rachel Craig says:

    Baked Alaska.

  105. I would love to make a fish soup but never managed to try it!

  106. PAUL STANLEY says:

    I’ve never made a curry from scratch – maybe now’s the time!

  107. Michelle Banks says:

    paella x

  108. Kathrine B says:

    I’d love to attempt Moussaka- it tastes amazing but i’m always worried it might be too complicated for my cooking skills!

  109. emma falvi says:

    Beef Wellington

  110. Angela Morgan says:

    Lemon merangue

  111. lewis james says:

    never tried a tarte tatin, love to give it a go

  112. Clifford Sherwood says:

    Beef Wellington

  113. Cheryl says:

    Beef Wellington – it’s tasty but looks very difficult

  114. kylie goldsmith says:

    i’d love to make a curry from scratch

  115. clair brown says:

    I would love to try making beef wellington

  116. i love japanese food but never attempt it. maybe sushi

  117. Mandi Davison says:

    Macaroons..they look so yummy but I have heard they are difficult to do so not had the courage to attempt yet!

  118. Fiona K says:

    I would like to learn to make a chocolate torte

  119. Isabelle Smith says:

    beard would be a challenge

  120. vegetable lasagne

  121. Edward Guerreiro says:

    I would love to try making Beef Wellington. I haven’t tried it yet due to lack of courage. As, because the beef is so expensive, I would actually be upset if it went wrong.

    • Edward Guerreiro says:

      I just checked the other comments, and it seems i’m not alone in choosing beef wellington. Perhaps you should try it for us, so we could learn from your mistakes 😉

      • Oh no, please do not throw things like this my way… I really struggle to ignore a challenge, but there are too many things that could go wrong with a beef wellington (overcooked / soggy pastry / undercooked meat)!

    • Same here!

  122. Louise A says:

    I’d like to try a vegetable lasagne as we now have some veggies in the family

  123. Rena Plumridge says:

    Never made beef Wellington before that would be a challenge

  124. Bouillabaisse. I’ve always wanted to make it.

  125. Alexandra Smith says:

    I would like to make a pizza with a cauliflower base as we don’t eat wheat.

  126. Louise Smith says:

    Peking Duck

  127. Sarah Tilley says:

    thai green curry

  128. sushi!

  129. Bex Allum says:

    A turkey – hubby always does it

  130. i’ve never tried beef wellington

  131. Beef wellington !

  132. Julie Booth says:

    I have never made anything with Polenta but would love to give it a try.

  133. sue hodges says:

    I’ve never made a souffle before – always think it will be difficult

  134. Siobhan Davis says:

    Would love to make a vegetable fish pie, and then save some for my 6 month old and puree it up now he’s started weaning. Would love to be considered Many Thanks and have a fantastic Christmas and new year x

  135. Rachael G says:

    Fajitas

  136. alicia roberts says:

    a lasagne!

  137. beef wellington

  138. I would like to make a beef stroganoff, as I love it but have never tried to make it

  139. Penny H says:

    I’d like to try duck a l’orange. These boxes do look very good, thanks for the review, I am very tempted now.

    • We were seriously blown away by the boxes. Fab service, best quality ingredients and tasty recipes with minimal fuss. What more would anyone want?

  140. emmav6 says:

    i would love to be able to cook a pasanda from scratch

  141. Jo welsh says:

    I’d like to make a moussaka

  142. Reg Vandra says:

    Any crab dish

  143. Karen R says:

    I’d love to try a Beef Wellington 🙂

  144. Suzanne says:

    A successful cheese soufflé.

  145. Lesley Bain says:

    I would really love to give making my own fresh pasta a try 🙂

  146. Stephanie Whitehouse says:

    Beef Wellington – I love to eat it

  147. Tim Woolfenden says:

    Never made a fish dish. I have a phobia about the scaly little critters

  148. Mark Palmer says:

    Marshmallows

  149. Greig spencer says:

    beef wellington

  150. tara barnett says:

    Beef wellington yum!

  151. Kristina Bates says:

    I’ve never made Beef Wellington. I know it’s a classic and I’m always told its easy to do but for some reason every time I think about it I panic!

  152. donna clinton says:

    i would love to try and make a lasagne,I’m not a good cook and everything i make always seems to go wrong thats why my fiancé always cooks!

  153. Sarah Heath says:

    I would love to try a home made lasagne, my Mum used to make them.

  154. Cara bemrose-williams says:

    Paella

  155. There are so many, possibly a baked alaska

  156. chocolate eclairs

  157. Sinead ORourke says:

    Chili con carne

  158. Kay Broomfield says:

    Vegetable samosas

  159. Michelle Ferguson says:

    I’d like to try making homemade pizza

  160. christine shelley says:

    Id love to make a real curry but Im not really confident to try

  161. Sandra Omara says:

    Would like to attempt a cheese souffle!

  162. gemagems1982 says:

    Would love to have a go at making beef wellington from scratch

  163. Laura Vitty says:

    I’d like to try ratatouille

  164. Kim Styles says:

    I have never made a souffle but would love to -everyone tells me it is difficult but it still looks delicious!!

  165. Keith H says:

    beef wellington

  166. Beef Wellington

  167. Julie Ward says:

    Never tried to make a curry will do one day

  168. Val Swift says:

    I would like to have a go at Paella

  169. Barbara Bunning says:

    I would love to attempt a souffle but I know timing is everything with it so it always puts me off

  170. Caroline S says:

    One of these days I’ll have a go and making a proper curry from scratch instead of using ready made paste!

  171. Paula Phillips says:

    I’d like to try and make a fish pie.

  172. thedrummergirl says:

    Would love to try an upside pineapple cake!

  173. Jackie chapman says:

    I think it would be a twice baked souffle. I love to cook and there isnt much I havent tried but I’ve always been a bit scared of attempting that.

  174. Colin Gault says:

    Anything as i cant cook lol

  175. Jane Middleton says:

    a homemade chicken pie

  176. Mark Johnson says:

    a tangine

  177. Andrea Johnson says:

    I’d love to try beef wellington. Gordon ramsay makes it look so easy

  178. Katie Walden Hall says:

    A pie!

  179. katrina walsh says:

    Id like to try irish stew. My mum always used to make it but ive only ever got as far as beef casserole

  180. Janet Rawstron says:

    Beef Wellington. I absolutely love it but have never attempted it myself to preserve the illusion.

  181. Karen B says:

    Ashamed t say I’ve never tried to make a lasagne from scratch – would love to give it a go

  182. Claire Nelson says:

    Paella

  183. Penny Crumpton says:

    croquembouche, looks amazing but so difficult!

  184. Fran H says:

    I have never made a fish pie. LOVE fish pie, but never made one of my own!!

  185. Rob Griffiths says:

    I’ve never made bread – would love to give it a bash

  186. I’d like to try and make steak tartare

  187. Anything that has duck as the main ingredient. Although i love the taste, i have yet to attempt to cook one myself.

  188. emma thackery says:

    home made pasta

  189. Gwyn Sharps says:

    I’d like to attempt a vegetarian Moussaka like the one I had in Greece, but haven’t given it a go yet x

  190. Charlotte Hood says:

    I want to make a fish pie 🙂

  191. John Naylor says:

    Key Lime Pie. I love it but I have never tried to make it.

  192. Janet Ashenden says:

    Believe it or not I have never made a chilli con carne (mainly because I don’t like the beans) – but in 2015 I’m going to do it.

  193. Kristy Leanne Brown says:

    Butternut and carrot soup! I’ve heard it’s delicious

  194. katherine b says:

    I’ve never cooked venison before, any easy recipes welcome

  195. Veronica Lopez-Smith says:

    I have never made Beef Wellington and it is something I really enjoy eating when going to a restaurant

  196. Mousakka

  197. Sarah B says:

    Beef Wellington

  198. Amanda Norwood says:

    Would like to try making stroganoff from scratch

  199. Jackie ONeill says:

    Beef Wellington, always afraid to try x

  200. stevemiles2014 says:

    Beef wellington

  201. Paula Barker says:

    Salmon Wellington, looks delicious but worried the pastry would be soggy

  202. Eleanor Powell says:

    A baked Alaska

  203. Joanna Sawka says:

    I’d try the Fettuccine With Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

  204. sarah dawn pope says:

    Paella

  205. karen Howden says:

    Carrot cake

  206. sarah davison says:

    spicy parsnip soup

  207. Louise Kat Whittaker says:

    Fresh Pasta

  208. gemma brown says:

    not a dish as such, but really want to try a fondant potato. keep seeing them on masterchef and they look so yummy

  209. Patricia Avery says:

    A fish pie I think. It’s something I have never got round to making in over 45 years of marriage!

  210. jenette ogborn says:

    would love to make a mushroom stroganoff

  211. Nicola Walton says:

    Would love to try and make a sushi dish

  212. Hannah Lawrence says:

    A vegan version of mac and cheese!

  213. Sue Dorking says:

    spicy vegetable pasty with homemade pastry

  214. Any thai curry

  215. Allan Wilson says:

    Because I don’t eat fish, I would love to try to cook a fishy dish for the rest of the family.

  216. kirsty says:

    angel food cake

  217. Deb Hambleton says:

    Would love to attempt a Christmas Cake!

  218. olivia280177 says:

    Beef Wellington – often see it on Come Dine With Me but I think it could well be an expensive mistake!

  219. Jayne T says:

    I keep meaning to try making paella, but just haven’t got round to it yet.

  220. Sarah Archibald says:

    I’d love to try Lamb Kleftiko

  221. Lyndsey Beckford says:

    I would love to make a good old fashioned steak pie My mum makes it but I’ve never attempted one.

  222. Petra Hora says:

    Lamb Mousakka!

  223. I’d love to make a chicken and leek pie with proper pastry, rather than the pre-packaged stuff

  224. gilla01 says:

    I’ve never cooked a goose, and keep thinking that I should.

  225. Susan Freeman says:

    I have always wanted to make my own pasta/ravioli – I have now been given a pasta maker so will be trying it out in the next couple of days

  226. Id like to try making a moussaka

  227. Tina Young says:

    Tai curry made with fresh produce!

  228. Lyn Bosomworth says:

    love to make beef wellington

  229. Debbie Preston says:

    I’d love to make my other half a curry – but not out of a jar!

  230. Brenda Jarvie says:

    I always busy and having h everything I need in one box will make cooking a nice meal so much easier

    • It really makes things easier, and gives you the confidence to try something different. I could not recommend Hello Fresh highly enough. What dish would you fancy trying?

  231. Jeanette Chalmers says:

    I have always wanted to make a biryani but have never got round to it.

  232. Amanda Deacon says:

    A decent Risotto, and baked Alaska

  233. clare d says:

    id love to make my own pasta from scratch and maybe a proper carbonara not out the jar!! ha! x

  234. Crab souffles

  235. EJ Dunn says:

    An authentic curry

  236. Charlotte says:

    moussaka

  237. Lara Latchem says:

    Beef and coconut curry. never attempted a curry from stratch xx

  238. NICOLA TERRY says:

    Ive never attempted a sunday roast. Always fancied it but seems so complicated

  239. Karen Scott says:

    I would like to have a go at Chicken curry, simple I know but I’m not too good in the kitchen and we all have to start somewhere 🙂 x

  240. I have been thinking about trying Hello Fresh for ages! looks soo good and I like the range of foods they use – allows you to discover new flavours

  241. jen morgan says:

    would love to try moussaka

  242. carlie bryan says:

    i would like to try and make a prawn and chorizo in a very spicy sauce, very cajun style , lots of spices x

  243. Allan Fullarton says:

    Green Thai Curry.

  244. Lasagne

  245. Elizabeth Smith says:

    Bouillabaisse – after all the meat and rich food of the festive season fish seems even more attractive. I think I might be able to use the slow cooker too.

  246. I would like to try a Beef Wellington. I’ve never even eaten it, I’ve never seen it on a menu anywhere I’ve been. I’m scared I would muck it up-beef fillet is not cheap!

  247. michelle pierce says:

    cheese souffle

  248. Victoria Morrison says:

    I would love to make a Goan curry =]

  249. Paul T says:

    Beef Wellington

  250. amanda davis says:

    steak and mushroom pie

  251. katie w says:

    a risotto, dont think i would be able to get it right would end up burning it as I always do with anything i cook.

  252. Maria Jane Knight says:

    I have never attempted to make any kind of soup from scratch ( how terrible is that?! ) I would love to give a nice hearty veggie one a whirl!

  253. I have never made soup, my husband is a chef though and so hopefully he will teach me soon!

  254. jen lloyd says:

    would like to try making mousakka

  255. chirag P says:

    Sushi

  256. elaine kerr says:

    never made a crème brulle(see – cant even spell it!)

  257. louise ryves says:

    I would love to attempt a risotto

  258. Barbara Handley says:

    I love pies but have never tried to bake one myself. I would like to start with a meat and vegetable one as I like how filling and warming they are especially on a winter’s day.

  259. katie skeoch says:

    I’d love to make a chocolate soufflé

  260. catriona nation says:

    Would love to try a beef Wellington never had one but look delicious

  261. I have never made any sort of souffle

  262. Caroline H says:

    It’s a silly simple one but I’ve never made kedgeree. I keep meaning to do it and just never get round to it.

  263. Paella. I’m always a little wary of cooking seafood.

  264. Jade Brookes says:

    i’ve never eaten or made a curry! would love to one day

  265. Vikki Douel says:

    I would love to do a beef wellington

  266. Laura Coe says:

    Some kind of African soup but not sure which

  267. Doreen Mccarthy says:

    I would love to find the recipe for a meal we used to get in a restaurant years ago, Chicken Pad Ped it was called. Absolutely gorgeous, Thai I think it was, with a real kick, love hot and spicy food x

  268. Joanne Hover says:

    A tangine

  269. ive always wondered about making a corned beef and onion pie as me mum used to make these when i was a child not sure how it will turn out though

  270. Elspeth McMillan says:

    Always fancied trying a roulade

  271. Jill Fairbank says:

    Turkey curry as I have so much left and could use a good recipe

  272. Katy Spence says:

    Beef Wellington

  273. Elaine Hollis says:

    chilli con carne

  274. liz ferguson says:

    Goulash would be something I’d like to try cooking!

  275. Hannah Smith says:

    oh god, too many to list. lots of Spanish dishes the OH would love.

  276. Ellie P says:

    I’ve always wanted to make lasagne – my sister makes an awesome one and I want to be able to make one too! 🙂

  277. LEE HARDY says:

    BAKED ALASKA

  278. Mark Witherington says:

    I would love to try and make fish pie

  279. Mr James Holyland says:

    Chicken curry

  280. Glynis Chapman says:

    Never cooked muscles so would like to try that for my hubby!

  281. Kelly Hooper says:

    I would like to attempt a goulash after trying it on holiday but am a bit nervous that it taste nothing like the one we had

  282. Donna Gilligan says:

    I’ve never made a biriyani from scratch, i’m not so great with rice dishes.

  283. Emma Nixon says:

    Risotto

  284. jessica newman says:

    I would love to try salmon en croute

  285. oldfashionedvaluesblog says:

    green Thai curry x

  286. Heather Simpson says:

    I’ve always fancied making kedegree and plan to make it soon.

  287. I’ve never attempted a curry from scratch. I’d really like to make a Thai curry,

  288. Samantha Wesley says:

    Pulled Pork 🙂

  289. Kerry Lethbridge says:

    I’ve always wanted to cook venison with a red berry sauce but never been brave enough

  290. Tracy Ashwin says:

    I’d love to make Coq au vin as my Sister makes this and it tastes really good.

  291. Cheryl says:

    lasagne

  292. My grans pea and ham soup, never been able to get it right

  293. spicers1976 says:

    I would love to make a stroganoff. Eaten it plenty of times but never cooked it

  294. David Price says:

    I would like to try Lobster Thermidor

  295. denise s says:

    salt baked sea bass or anything salt baked

  296. Beef Wellington

  297. Nancy Bradford says:

    A complicated curry (I’ve never attempted any Indian food but would love the challenge.

  298. eloise mccarthy says:

    I’d like to make a nice korma or pasanda from scratch

  299. Amanda Milton says:

    I’d love to attempt a Souffle,I say attempt cos they look quite tricky

  300. sairz eastham says:

    Risotto, i love it but never tried to make it!

  301. Damien Broom says:

    Any type of curry would be good!

  302. Megan Davies says:

    I would love to try and make sushi

  303. lyn burgess says:

    I’d love to be able to make a really smooth pate.

  304. stacey kavanah says:

    i would love to make a nice steak pie from scratch

  305. Jane Evans says:

    I’d like to make won ton soup

  306. Lauren Chaplin says:

    Id love to make a proper beef wellington.

  307. lovely would love this!

  308. sarah parker says:

    Beef Wellington

  309. I really would love to try a risotto but to be honest its so easy to get wrong it terrifies me!

  310. Kim Lam says:

    Osso Bucco

  311. Claire Davies says:

    A scotch egg from scratch – always fancied doing one!

  312. Tracey Dowell says:

    A lasagne.. making the proper bechamel sauce etc would be interesting

  313. caroline tokes says:

    cauliflower soup but might give it a go with soup being good winter food

  314. leanne weir says:

    I would love to make beef wellington

  315. sally wills says:

    I’ve never made any sort of stew, so I think that would be a good one.

  316. Diane Webb says:

    baked alaska

  317. Kathryn Casbolt says:

    A Moroccan tagine.

  318. Alison clark says:

    I’d love to do 2 dishes – I haven’t cooked them for 2 different reasons – steak en croute – I’m fearfull of over cooking the fillet and wrecking it – the other is goose for the fear it will smell my gouse out – however i bought a goose breast yesterday so I’m going to try that.

  319. lorraine evemy says:

    I need to learn how to make some really tasty low fat meals to help me lose weight.

  320. Anita Roberts says:

    steak and kidney pudding

  321. Deryth says:

    A proper stroganoff… never made one before, would love to try!

  322. Rachel B says:

    Paella

  323. Michelle Wild says:

    Beef stroganoff

  324. lucy higgins says:

    i have never made a pie using hot water crust pastry, i wanted to try it on boxing day using the leftovers but was worried it would all go wrong!

  325. Emily Hutchinson says:

    I’d like to cook a massaman curry

  326. Felicity Kelly says:

    I have never cooked a beef Wellington but would like to 9 high street it looks delicious x

  327. I’ve never made a curry with chorizo in it. I don’t know if it would work but I’m willing to give it a try!

  328. Alisa Moore says:

    A strudel

  329. dorothy cavender says:

    lamb tagine

  330. I would love to make chicken curry flavoured with coconut from scratch

  331. I’d love to make a Baked Alaska (but GBBO has put me off a bit!)

  332. Tracey F says:

    A macaroni cheese

  333. katrina adams says:

    I would love to try making a soufflé. I bake a lot and love being in the kitchen to cook but that is something I have never had the courage to try.

  334. I’ve always fancied making a crab bisque but have never gotten round to it!

  335. trevor linvell says:

    A vegetarian shepherds pie

  336. Homemade pasta, would love to make pasta from scratch

  337. Hayley Todd says:

    I am a vegetarian and am always quite daunted by cooking things from scratch. I would love to make a Black Bean chilli

  338. Christopher Johnson says:

    I’d love to make a curry from scratch

  339. Heather Tinkler says:

    A home made chicken, bacon and leek pie

  340. Helen Craigs says:

    I would love to try chicken and leek pie with a filo pastry topping – something that looks and also tastes impressive, but not had the courage to try it in case I waste a lot of money in the process!

  341. Victoria Sponge – I always hear how difficult they are.

  342. Ellie says:

    I have never made an apple pie. It is one of my favourite desserts that I have always wanted to make from scratch but I’ve just never got round to making it. I bake every week but never pies. Worried about a soggy bottom. Maybe a news years resolution to bake up some pies 🙂

  343. carrie-ann pierce says:

    I would like to give paella a try.

  344. I would like to try and cook paella

  345. victoria thurgood says:

    would love to make a Beef wellington

  346. Keeley Shaw says:

    I have never made Lasagne but would like to attempt it.

  347. Kim W says:

    I’d love to try/brave a souffle, but my husband was a chef for years so he’s just better at cooking, so I let him. I’m usually left with the washing up 🙁

  348. esther james says:

    I would love to make a souffle

  349. I’ve never made paella, would love to try

  350. Jackie Rushton says:

    Souffle

  351. Beef Wellington… Bit nervous re the beef being cooked x

  352. Katherine L says:

    I’ve never made a beef wellington, would like to try sometime!

  353. Julie Whittaker says:

    Trout or Sea Bass – my boyfriend’s a fisherman 🙂

  354. Clare Joslin says:

    I’d really like to learn to make some Thai dishes – they always seem so fresh and delicious (Hello Fresh!!), yet I’ve never got around to giving them a go.

  355. DAWN TOTTON says:

    I would like to try making paella.

  356. Chicken Curry

  357. Always avoided whole fish like sea bass but would love to be able to cook more than fillets

  358. Lyn Slatter says:

    Lamb Tagine

  359. Homemade ravioli. I have a pasta machine but haven’ used it properly yet.

  360. Chris Fletcher says:

    I’d love to make an old school steak and kidney pudding! I saw a fantastic recipe by Jamie, which looked divine but never got round to having a crack at it…

  361. cherie shaw says:

    I would love to try making a beef & potato pie 🙂

  362. Natalie Gillham says:

    I would love to try making a moussaka 🙂 x

  363. marina says:

    I would love to make. A decent souffle x

  364. Janet Bennett says:

    A Pork Pie, always worried the pastry will turn out awful and the meat underdone

  365. Stacey Beatrice says:

    I’ve always liked the look of beef goulash but have never got round to making it xx

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