No allelic combination is described as being heterozygous recessive. Why do you think this is the case?
By the very definition of heterozygous, there is no way for an allelic combination to be both heterozygous and recessive, because the word heterozygous refers to an allelic combination that has both one dominant and one recessive allele. In contrast, homozygous recessive allelic combinations are comprised of only recessive alleles, and are thus not able to be heterozygous. (TL;DR: hetero means different, different means dominant and recessive, not just one of them)