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TOP 10 CHRISTMAS DISHES


From fluffy roast potatoes to rich flavoursome gravy, we celebrate the tasiest festive foods 

Roast potatoes

There’s no dispute over the top spot; the much loved roastie is king of the Christmas table – a crunchy golden shell showered with sea salt and rosemary that encases the fluffiest of interiors.

The ultimate roast potato recipes 

Stuffing

Is it a Christmas dinner without stuffing? I think not. Whether you like yours meaty, full of herbs, slightly sweet or a tad crispy, here’s a handful of stuffing recipes that are sure to please.

View stuffing recipes

Gravy

There’s nothing quite like gravy to complete a traditional Christmas dinner. Pour lashes of rich gravy over each and every part of your plate. See our winning gravy recipe, full of flavours from your chosen bird or joint.

View classic gravy recipe

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Brussels sprouts

And here we have the humble Brussel sprout also known as a baby cabbage, splitting opinions across the globe. Why not experiment a little this  Christmas with our favourite Brussel sprout recipes?

View sprouts recipes

Pigs in blankets

There are umpteen ways to create miniature succulent sausages tucked tightly in a bacon blanket. Look no further for classic options, veggie and vegan too.



View pigs in blankets recipe

Goose

Wow your guests this Christmas with a rich and gamey flavoured goose. The natural fat for basting, makes goose a great choice for a succulent and moist main. Just don't forget to save the cooking fat for crispy roast potatoes


View roast goose recipe

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Bread sauce

Whip up a creamy bread sauce with festive flavours. The secret to a rich bread sauce is to allow plenty of time for the flavours to infuse into the milk. 

View bread sauce recipe

Cranberry sauce

This Christmas favourite works well with an injection of citrus or a few drops of port.

Cranberry sauce recipes

Red cabbage

No festive table is complete without a gorgeous plummy mound of sweet and sour cabbage. It’s best made the day before and left overnight for the fl avours to develop.

View maple-braised red cabbage recipe

Parsnips

Slender, caramelised parsnips spears are a simple and tasty side to your festive main.

View sticky caramelised parsnips recipe

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