By NAN Lifestyle Editor
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Feb. 10, 2023: The fourth most commonly attempted recipes are from the Caribbean a new study has found.
Conducted by OnePoll for HelloFresh, the survey shows that still, nearly a third of Americans think home-cooked meals are higher in quality than restaurant-cooked (30%) because they’re made fresh (19%), are better for their overall health (19%) and contain better ingredients (17%).
Caribbean food came in at 20%. The most attempted recipes are American (53%) followed by Italian (43%) and German cuisine (34%).
On average, people claimed to know 15 recipes like the back of their hand, even if they no longer cook the dish.
“Preparing and cooking quality meals at home really presents an opportunity for self-proclaimed ‘foodies’ to experiment in the kitchen and get creative (or adventurous!) with the recipes that they create,” says Kristin Bryan, Director of Culinary Innovation at HelloFresh, in a statement. “It’s fascinating to see that more than half of people asked are sourcing that inspiration from social media, with the majority trying those trends first-hand.”
Three in four Americans who have traveled in the last five years also claim that more than anything else, they went for the food (74%), according to new research.