Dinnerly Australia Menu 2022✨

Dinnerly Australia Menu 2022 Meal kit delivery services cost a lot. Dinnerly isn’t. The meal kits use cheap ingredients as well as other cost-saving measures to ensure that the cost is $4.99 per portion or less. 

It’s less than other kits, however, you’ll get what you pay for. Dinnerly’s menu stays with familiar staples instead of enticing your taste buds with new menus. 

If you’re not a seasoned cook, you might be unable to follow, particularly because there aren’t any images to show you how food should be presented. 

Dinnerly Australia Menu 2022

Plant-based eating is super easy with Dinnerly!

Our weekly menu includes at least 1 vegan recipe and at least 4 vegetarian recipes, including special veg-friendly ingredients

Fable Mushroom “Meat”


Brisbane-based Fable Food Co. from Queensland has been the originator of this intriguing ingredient comprised of over 60% shiitakes! 

To give you an umami flavor and a meaty texture that’s very similar to slow-cooked, pulled meat, Fable’s Mushroom “Meat” is the centerpiece of several of our vegetarian and vegan recipes. 

Take a look at Mushroom “Meat” Stir-Fry, served with roasted peanuts and rice, and The loaded Mushroom “Meat” Potato Wedges and Pulled Mushroom “Meat” Tacos and Pickled Veg along with Chipotle Mayo.

Syndian Falafel

Syndian Falafel

The perfect vegetarian menu would not be complete without delicious falafel, herby! Filled with delicious vegetables and made to order to reduce cook time.

Our recipes include The Super Green Falafel which is produced by the Sydney-based brand Indian. Made from chickpeas and sesame seeds, garlic potatoes, fresh herbs, and spices, they’re completely free of any preservatives. 

Discover this delicious vegan treats in the Falafel Grain Bowl that includes Pistachios as well as Sumac dressing and Falafel as well as Quinoa Tabouleh, both with Yoghurt along with Crispy Pepitas.

Soy Co Tofu

Soy Co Tofu

In contrast to most plant-based proteins tofu is a full source of protein in the diet. This means that it has all the essential amino acids our bodies need. 

In addition, it’s an excellent source of calcium and iron two minerals to consider when you eat a plant-based diet.

It is adored by vegetarian and vegan chefs, tofu comes made in Sydney by Soy Co and is featured in recipes such as Low-Cal Chilli Tofu Stir-Fry made with Thai Basil and Brown Rice as well as Smoky Tofu and Sesame Rice with Tonkatsu Sauce and Slaw.

Vegan cheeses GreenVie Smoked ‘Gouda’ as well as Greek Style ‘Feta’

Vegan cheeses

A delicious, vegan cheese that can stand up against its dairy-based cousins? We’ve searched far and wide to find options that meet the bill.

We’ve got the amazing greenVie smokealong with GreenVie Greek Style in our recipes. These are a must-have for vegan recipes!

A rich, smoky flavor, you’ll soon be able to find GreenVie Smoked Gouda as a garnish in our baked goods or mixed into dishes to add a little oomph.

Like traditional feta, GreenVie Greek Style ‘Feta’ has a crumbly texture and the tangy flavor. 

We like it in vegan burgers, salads and pastas, and much more, such as in our low-cal Vegan Greek Salad with Feta and the white Beans along with Croutons.

Birds Eye Chicken-Style Strips made of Plant-Based

Birds Eye

Customers who eat dinner love chicken So we were thrilled when we came across Birds Eye Plant-Based Chicken Style Strips, which are high in protein, vegan friendly and delicious.

It’s a sure-fire hit for vegetarians and flexitarians alike. these flexible strips work well in stir-fries and curries. They’re extremely simple to cook – just fry them up in a skillet until golden.

They’re also free of no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives! 

Take a look at them in recipes such as our Teriyaki plant-based ‘Chicken’ Sushi Bowl with Red Cucumber and Cabbage, or our plant-based Chicken’ Banh Mi with Pickled Veggies and Sweet Chilli Sauce and our Indian Plant-Based Chicken’ Curry made with Green Beans and rice.



Get your protein up! Cooking with a wide variety of high-protein, fiber-rich plants is a sure method to ensure that foods are nutritious, and is a fantastic method to promote digestion and health.

For excellent sources of protein from plants which are low-fat, we use canned chickpeas, lentils cannellini beans as well as red kidney beans and black beans. 

Our chefs also make use of them to substitute refined grains in favour of legumes – an effective way to increase nutrition, flavor, and texture and keep calories low!

We have low-cal braised beans along with Capsicum along with Avocado as well as Coriander Yoghurt (image below);

Chipotle Pumpkin and Bean Quesadillas with Tomato and Corn Salsa as well as Masala Beans with grains, Coriander and Pickled Onion are just a few of our recipes that are plant-based and include the delicious legumes.



Our menu offers a range of wholegrains that are special, such as brown rice, red rice freekeh, quinoa, freekeh and burghul.

Also, we have our unique black pearl grain blend that is made using brown rice organic red quinoa, and black barley. 

Plus, these whole grains are packed with nutrients and give earthy, nutty flavors to your meals for more flavor! 

They are in dishes like the Hemp-Crusted Haloumi with Beetroot and Burghul Salad (image below) as well as the Butter Chickpea Curry with Quinoa and Green Beans.

In comparison to refined alternatives, Wholegrains are more nutritious than refined grains. They’re rich in dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals. 

They typically have a lower Glycaemic Index, which means the energy release is slower. This means that you are fuller for longer!

Did you even know?

Our chefs mix multiple plant-based proteins in the same dish – for example, making tofu using black beans or mushroom “meat” with chickpeas, this means that the recipe will provide an additional protein. 

This is a set of proteins that contains all the necessary amino acids we require in our bodies!

Are you looking to boost the vegetables in your meals? Look through our latest vegetarian and vegan recipes on our Dinnerly menu.

Favorite Dinnerly Meals
1. Fettuccini Alfredo with Chili-Garlic Broccoli
$5/serving | Prep & cook time: 30 minutes | 869 calories | 29.1 grams protein

2. Parmesan Chicken-Potato Roast with Carrot & Lemon Dressing

$5/serving | Prep & cook time: 30 minutes | 607 calories | 33.2 grams protein

3. Chipotle Burger with Pickles and Sweet Potato Wedges 

$5/serving | Prep & cook time: 30 minutes | 936 calories | 33 grams protein

Prices for dinner and plans

Dinnerly is the cheapest meal kit delivery we’ve used close to EveryPlate. Dinner is priced Between $4.29 between $4.29 and $4.99 per portion, while EveryPlate will always cost $4.99 per portion. 

When you order Dinnerly, the larger portions you purchase the less expensive the cost. It is possible to get three to six meals a week and each meal could comprise up to four or two portions.

The smallest package is three meals every week for two persons costing $4.99 per portion. Add on $8.99 to cover shipping costs, and you’ll end up with an average price of $38.93 per week, with taxes not included.

The most expensive kit includes six meals each week for four persons priced at $4.29 to serve. In addition to the $8.99 cost for shipping, the cost is $111.95 per week.

When you sign-up to sign up, you’re granting permission for Dinnerly to provide you with meals throughout the week, and therefore debit or charge your credit card each week. 

Any time, you can cancel a week, or place your account in the hold. This is a common practice for meal kit providers.

Dinnerly is able to keep its prices down by using a variety of ways. First, the meals are made with cheap ingredients, such as pasta, Roma tomatoes, nonorganic meats, and so on. 

The second reason is that it does not include recipes. The recipe must be opened online to view it. The recipes don’t provide step-by-step photos

(keeping the budget for photo shoots at a minimum, which is likely) This is something other sites usually offer.

Also, Dinner may not always accurately measure ingredients. You could find a head of garlic when a recipe requires three cloves or a whole container of beans when what you require is half. 

Dinnerly doesn’t organize ingredients by recipe, either. Other kits pack everything needed for a recipe in a paper or plastic bag and then label the bag. Dinnerly’s method of putting everything in the box could result in confusion.

That’s described in greater detail when you read the article on food and cooking.

When most meal kits ask for salt pepper, salt, and olive oil Dinnerly will likely require that you keep eggs in your kitchen or another essential ingredient. 

This specific cost-saving measure could cause frustration if you don’t study the recipe thoroughly prior to making it.

What is the cost of other Meal-Kit Service Costs?

Most meal-kit subscriptions cost between $9.99 to $12.99 per portion. Dinnerly is the most affordable service I’ve found. 

While you could be charged $4.29 for a serving this is only the case if you purchase many servings in one order. 

An order that is smaller will result in a bill of $4.99 per serving that’s the same price cost that EveryPlate charges.

Some services cost a little higher, but there are significant distinctions. 1.) Quality of food is much better. 2.) Recipe cards are provided with directions. 3.) Ingredients are usually calculated to make each dish. 4.) All ingredients needed for a recipe are packed in one bag.

Blue Apron costs $7.49 between $7.49 and $9.99 per serving and shipping is included for all other orders. 

The Menu

Dinnerly is a basic food menu that is meat and potatoes. 

Every week’s menu is geared toward pasta with sauce, chicken, and vegetables or chips and burgers tacos, enchiladas, or tacos–meals that are similar to what you would find at an American family-style restaurant. 

You won’t find the ancient grains, Apricot Glazes caper sauces, or anything similar to that. 

When you, along with your dinner buddies are fans of ravioli or chicken with mashed potatoes Dinnerly is likely to be a favorite for those who like it.

A few typical meals are: Tex-Mex stuffed cheeseburger with oven fries, BBQ chicken and broccoli with cheesy macaroni in one pot, chicken enchiladas in a skillet made with cheese, scallions, and cheddar. 

Asian-inspired dishes are popular as well. It is possible to see the steak cooked in rice, topped with green beans, scallions, and so on for instance or sweet soy-glazed chicken served with vegetable rice fried.

Green Chef is ideal for vegans, and vegetarians might want to consider Purple Carrot, which is 100% vegan, as is Hungryroot which offers an option that is completely vegan.

Dinner is often desserts available as an alternative to an entire meal. It is also possible to select protein packs. These are small portions of fish or meat instead of a full meal. 

If you look through menus on the Dinnerly menu, the menu tags inform you if the food includes fish, meat, or is vegetarian, in addition to whether it’s suitable for children, low-calorie and a one-pot dish, and so on. 

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