For my subscribed bloggers – disclaimer: it’s not Korean food. Instead, I found a short, get-to-the-point review on Plated.
Plated is one of the many subscription food services that’s available out there. Everything looks so delicious in this 3 day meal review (minus the vermicelli noodle recipe, per the reviewer’s 2 out of 5 score).
Leave the rice recipes to me! I’ll be back in a few weeks to share with you all a delicious Korean recipe. Stay tuned!
Lately, on multiple occasions, I’ve entered the grocery store with the plan to buy some ingredients to make dinner. Each time I walk out confused and only have purchased milk, eggs, and peanut butter. I needed a plan; enter food delivery services. I’m on a mission to try Plated, Blue Apron, HelloFresh, handpick and whatever other services I can find a coupon code for. Enjoy the ride.
First up, Plated. Check out the full experience here.
Cuban Chicken Empanadas with Crispy Plantains
Fun/easy to make. Looks impressive. Tasty.
5 out of 5 plates. (let’s roll with that)
Vermicelli Noodles with Pork, Scallions, and Spinach
Lots of ingredients. Impressive packaging. Too much stirring. Not so tasty, left a lot to be desired for.
2 out of 5 plates
Patty Melts with Baked Sweet Potato Fries
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