Hello everybody. I’ve been using huel since 1 month and I feel good with it. Just one question… what about a salty flavour? Yeah ok it’s a vegan and healty product but all flavours are sweets…
Agreed! There might be some ideas here on how to turn the unflavoured version into savoury meals
If it’s salty flavour it may be a good thing for me to encourage me to drink more water!
For savoury flavours your only choice is feed.co but it is nutritionnaly (much ?) less interesting than huel
I put nutritional yeast in my lunch U/U Huel today. I feel mixed about it. It was a nice flavour but it wasn’t the right sensation in my mouth as it was cold. I want to keep playing with it though. Some of the recipes look interesting. Maybe slightly warmer would be better for savoury.
@Catty has the right idea with making warm savoury recipes.
I mix the UU Huel in a blender with minimal cold water (100-200mls) to retain nutrients, then mix the savoury flavours in hot water, then combine the two. The result is warm Huel but without any degradation of nutrients (which would happen if you added boiling water or if you cooked it).
I’ve had success with
-Golden milk (plant milk plus turmeric and chai spices)
-Spiced butternut squash soup
Have you tried adding warm salted water to the UU mix?
Nice joke… Actually, I don’t think it helps hahahaha
I don’t want to offend vegan people, but if Huel made a flavoured powder or a flavour boost like… for exemple… chicken or bacon lol I’d try it.
Salty is not the word you wanted to use
C’est une mauvais traduction du français
What you ment is savoury
You have also Vitaline (both french), but with less options. I would also say that their savoury flavour is not for everybody, it is very soup like.
I think Kuik has other savoury flavours boosts, too.
I’m not french… Anyway I’m not looking for other brands. I just wanted to say that I’ve been using huel since a month and the only thing sometimes I miss is a nice pasta dish or a juicy hamburger. I stop huel once a week but it’s not enough hahahaha
Where are you from?
OK. Here are some options.
Easiest- Huel Soups.
General idea is to make a soup and add Huel to it. Soups are usually very nutritious but low in calories, so the idea is to use Huel to add up the extra calories and nutritents.
- Spicy Tomato & Beetroot Soup – by Huel
- Leek and Potato soup – by Huel
- Mullygatawny Soup Hack –by Huel
- Carrot and Ginger Soup –by Huel
- Already made soup of your choice (carrot&coriander, lentil soup, tomato soup).
- 100g of U&U Huel.
- Warm the soup to medium temperature.
- Add Huel and stirr well (perhaps you will have to use a hand blender for better mixing).
Curries- Always a British favourite:
Carrot Curry Huel
- 100g of Huel U&U.
- 200 ml fresh carrot juice (or boil carrots with water and blend them).
- 2-3 tbs of sweet curry.
- 300 ml water.
Method : Add all together and shake. You can use a hand blender to make it bubbly. You can have it warm or cold.
Spicy Peanut Butter Curry Huel – by u/julian
250ml of water (boiling). 150ml of water (cold). Half vegetable stock cube. 1 spoon of peanut butter. A tiny bit of tabasco. 1 tbs of curry powder. 100g of U&U Huel.
Mix 250ml of boiling water with the vegetable stock and swirl to dissolve it. Add the peanut butter, tabasco and curry powder. Add the cold water to cool the mix. Add the Huel and mix it thoroughly.
- Half vegetable stock cube.
- 300ml of boiling water.
- 1tbs of korma sauce.
- Vegetables of choice (peas, spinach, diced carrot).
- 100g U&U Huel.
- Blend the half vegetable stock cube with the boiling water.
- Add the Korma sauce and the vegetables (which can be steamed or boiled before).
- Heat the mix gently in a pan (wok).
- Let it cool down a bit and add the Huel. Mix well.
You can use the korma with rice, potatoes or chickpeas.
Red Lentil Falafels – by Huel
Use Huel for pancakes and similar:
Simple Huel Pancakes
- 2 eggs.
- 2 tbs U&U Huel.
- Cinnamon (optional).
- Milk (normal or other).
- A pinch of salt (optional).
- Mix the eggs with Huel (you could use the vanilla for sweet pancakes) and add milk until getting a fairly liquid consistency.
- Heat up the pan of choice with a little of oil (or frying spry).
- Add the pancake mix to the pan and flip the pancake when golden in the bottom (about 1′-1’30”).
This pancakes can be made sweet (if using a sweet Huel base or a flavour boost) or savoury (as shown in the recipe).
Huel Tortillas – by Huel
Warm to Drink - not dished:
Blueberry & Carrot Huel – by u/danlking
- 500ml water
- 2 scoops of U&U Huel.
- 50g frozen blueberries.
- 1 carrot finely chopped.
- 1tbs of nutmeg (optional).
Method : Blend the mix and adjust the water to your liking. You can boil the carrots in advance so they are softer. Calories with 2 scoops of Huel, 350kcal.
Coconut Curry – by Huel
Chai Spice Huel – by Huel
Kimchi with Huel – by u/HuelBSari
- 3 scoops of Huel (U&U or Vanilla).
- 1-2 scoops cabbage kimchi, the hotter the better.
Method : Mix everything in a bowl, add water slowly to get a batter like consistency. Use a hand blender for better results. Put it in the fridge for one hour, and you will have your drink ready!
Miso – by itsKarishmaS
- Easy miso soup packets.
- 2 scoops of Huel unflavoured.
Method : Make the miso soup as instructed. Let it cool before adding the Huel (400ml of soup with 2 scoops).
You can also bake for Huel bread:
Sweet Potato Cornbread Huel Edition – credit to Huel
Huel Bread – by u/paganino
- Huel U&U: 20%.
- Flour: 30%.
- First clear flour or Stoneground wholemeal 95% extraction rate: 50%.
- Water: 55% on the total weight of flours.
- Dry instant yeast: 2% max.
- A pinch of salt (optional).
- Knead for 8 to 10 minutes with a semi-professional mixer or 15minutes by hand.
- Cover the base and let it rest in a warm place for one hour. The base will raise.
- Shape it and let it stay for another hour.
- Preheat the oven at 445F (220C) and bake them for 40-45 minutes.
- Leave it to cool in a whired rack.
Quick Huel Bread – By Huel
Huel Banana Bread with Pecan – by u/DvdVgt
- 2 bananas.
- 1 egg.
- 75 g Huel U&U (2 scoops).
- 1 teaspoon baking soda.
- Handful of cut pecans.
- Chop the bananas and mash them with a fork.
- Add the rest of the ingredients and make the base.
- Put it in the oven at 340F (170C) for 35 minutes.
- Let it rest before consuming.
Some of this have already been mentioned, and others are not fully “salty” or perhaps not what you are looking for. But I hope it helps as guidance.
I choose Huel because I work the entire day and I don’t have neither the time nor a kitchen to do all that. My question was if someone else would like a “SAVOURY” flavour like me. Nothing else.
No, I wouldn’t want a flavour as salty as you.
Watch it, you!
I had a KFC tonight if that counts, that was salty…
It counts if you blended it up with some huel…
As of April I work close to the KFC and there is the “Bucket Tuesday” which is some
hotwings and crispy strips, a large chicken popcorn, 2 medium fries and 2 medium drinks.
On Tuesday, €10,- instead of €20,- .
Still haven’t went, might do so soon enough
It’s a dangerous thing, I guess.
Ha-ha-ha-ha. You’re not helping.