So I been having Huel Hot and savoury for over a year now for my lunch.
I was quite exited when I saw the new Mac & cheeze. But the disappointment was big…
A froze dried vegan Mac and Cheeze with a Z… Shouldn’t be a surprise.
But then came the jewel…
Mixing the Mac and cheeze with Madras or Mexican chili delivers a very nice meal. So Thats what I have been doing now for the last months.
It rounds the flavours, and creates a kind of cheesy creamy curry… Well recomended.
nice tip. something I’ll def try
Yeah, I agree the disappointment was great with me as well, it is more like an instant congealed soup than real food.
The H&S is still in development I suppose.
It would be better if Huel focused on their firm food branch as well in improving texture and authenticity to the real dish.
Nutritionally complete food is still in its infancy, I suppose, so it will be mostly slushes and overpriced bars
Oh, Interpolo, you must be making the Huel team blush with all your compliments
I love the Mac and cheeze- I think it tastes like quavers! I did try mixing with Cajun pasta and wasn’t keen, might try the Mexican combo next delivery tho!
I LOVE Mac & cheese with Thai curry, such a good combo! I feel like Mac & cheese is such a good base. good with Madras as well!
I am not keen on the mac n cheese so looking for additions. Has anyone tried the other meals? I would never have chose the mac n cheese but it came with the bundle. Its not horrible but not flavourful either. Do you think huel can change the bundle to a mix and match that would be wayy better I tried the mix and match but it seamed more expensive.
I think the best seller bundle contents changes from time to time to whatever the best sellers are at that point. With the pastas, I always add some black pepper and a bit of parmesan half way through the standing time and mix it in - really helps the flavour IMHO.
Thanks I will keep an eye on it.
Chikn and mushroom is really tasty.
I do like sweet and sour too.
My son love cajun pasta and I find it too much heat for me
I just tried mixing madras and korma, I really like it
I like the korma with added onions. The sweet and sour is not bad but missing something. Not a mushroom fan so avoided that dish.
I find they all are a little nicer with some seasoning. Salt, pepper, chilli sauce… people here have been adding msg
How do you do this? Cook them before or just chop and add them raw?
Cook them before with a bit of oil and salt. It gives it texture and a bit more flavour
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