Make the best of summer vegetables with this vegan Georgian Ajapsandali recipe from Hello Fresh. This is a really tasty traditional stew made with a lot of herbs and garlic and served here with some nutty bulgur wheat for extra texture.
While the aubergines are roasting in the oven, you can prepare the bulgur wheat and the rest of the vegetable stew on the stove. This Georgian Ajapsandali comes together with added walnuts, basil, parsley and coriander. Delicious and really healthy!
If you need to adapt the quantities or would like to see pictures of the step-by-step method please visit the recipe page on the Hello Fresh’s website.
Like many other dishes from Hello Fresh, this recipe is available from the Hello Fresh recipe bank, a collection of tried and tested HelloFresh recipes that anyone can access for free.
The ingredient list of each recipe designed around Hello Fresh pre-proportioned boxes but you can easily adapt the quantities.
I always enjoy Hello Fresh recipes. Most of the dishes are quite straightforward and can be prepared in 6 steps or less, like this vegetarian Lentil Vegetable Hotpot that I made last year.
There is so much inspiration in this Hello Fresh recipe hub and I was really impressed by the collection of world cuisine recipes available including a vegetarian and vegan section as well as a best-of selection of their more popular recipes. I have found some fantastic dinner ideas there that the whole family can enjoy together.
Disclaimer: this post is sponsored by Hello Fresh. The recipe was reproduced from their website. All thoughts and opinions are my own.