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Cost: $59.94/week (3 meals per week which each serve two people).
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Blue Apron is a weekly meal subscription service. They’ll provide you with all the ingredients that you need to make a delicious meal in exactly the right proportions. They offer a 2-person plan which includes 3 meals per week for $59.94/week or a Family Plan which serves four people and includes two recipes ($69.92/week) or 4 recipes ($139.84/week) per week. I received the 2-person plan which included two servings of three different recipes.
All Blue Apron deliveries arrive in a refrigerated box which keeps the food fresh so you don’t even need to be home to accept delivery. It drives my husband crazy, but I like to let the boxes sit outside even when I am home to really check how fresh they stay. I left this one outside until about 7pm (I think it was delivered at 2pm) and everything was perfectly chilled. The ice packs in it were still frozen solid actually. The packaging (which is A LOT) is recyclable, but I do wish they would figure out a way to reuse it all.
Each week Blue Apron allows subscribers to choose three of their featured six recipes for the week (for Family Plans you have four recipes for the week) to choose from. Here is what we selected for the week of April 25th:
~Seared Salmon & “Green” Potato Salad: As you can see all of the meals include beautiful recipe cards with a little bit about the recipe, deals on ingredients, cooking time, prep-time, etc. Recipes are easy to follow and generally all ingredients are included – with the exception of salt & pepper, water, etc. We loved this meal. The “green” potato salad (it has sautéed spinach, crisp celery and delicate scallion) was probably some of the best potato salad I have ever had. B did say he thought it could have used a little more sour cream, but really, what couldn’t? One note: The mustard seeds which are used as a topping on the salmon cook like popcorn. At least ours did. They were flying everywhere and B and I were cracking up.
~Korean Bao Sliders with Gochujang Mayo & Sweet Potato Tempura: These were SO good! bao are steamed buns and are almost like a thick pita. But softer. I can’t believe I am saying this because I am not generally a fan of spicy things, but I thought this needed more gochujang mayo. It was more flavorful than spicy in my opinion and was fabulous. Once we find a place locally that sells these buns we will be making this again.
~Za’atar Chicken & Pearl Couscous with Asparagus & Pink Lemon Compote: I thought the Korean sliders were my favorite meal of the bunch until we had this one. It was so flavorful and looked like something you’d find in a restaurant. We both LOVED this and we will for sure be making it again.
We loved this week’s Blue Apron! We save all of the recipe cards from our meal subscription boxes and when we don’t know what to make, we reference all of the cards we have on hand.