This Lentil Vegetable Hotpot recipe from Hello Fresh is another classic meat dish that has gone meat-free. This hearty vegetarian meal was a big hit with my kids and it re-heated brilliantly the next day. It has an indulgent cheesy potato topping and makes a truly delicious family meal that is also ideal whenever you are entertaining.
This is an easy dish to prepare. To cut the potato evenly, I used the thicker setting of a mandoline slicer. Always keen to minimise washing up, I prepared this Lentil Vegetable Hotpot in a hob to oven cast iron shallow casserole.
The traditional Lancashire Hotpot (lamb stew topped with sliced potatoes) is traditional British fare. It’s comfort food at its best.
In this vegetarian version from Hello Fresh, meat has been replaced with a satisfying mix of lentils and vegetables, cooked in a light vegetable stock with a kick of wholegrain mustard. This recipe makes four generous portions. 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.
Hello Fresh delivers recipe boxes right to your doorstep. Customers can choose their favourite recipes every week. To minimise waste, Hello Fresh only sends the exact portions of fresh ingredients needed to cook the recipes. Boxes can be customised to suit the number of people and meals you want to cook for.
The Classic Box from Hello Fresh has a vegetarian option, which is great for anyone wanting to follow a meat-free diet whatever his or her cooking skills. Every week, you can choose from 18 delicious British and World cuisine recipes. Then you can kick back and enjoy! No more hassle from shopping or not knowing what to cook. Each recipe is designed to take just 20 – 50 minutes to cook which is ideal for anyone who is short of time but still wants to eat homemade healthy food.
Disclaimer: this post is sponsored by Hello Fresh. The recipe was reproduced from their website. All thoughts and opinions are my own.