Christmas cheese toastie recipe. Christmas turkey and ham pie recipe. Leftover turkey curry recipe. Turkey Sandwich Recipe For Boxing Day - olivemagazine. Christmas dinner sausage roll recipe. Christmas leftovers sandwich recipe - BBC Food. Traditional Roast Turkey with Pork, Sage and Onion Stuffing. Before you start, please bear in mind that it is important to take the turkey out of the fridge last thing on Christmas Eve to allow it to come to room temperature so that it heats up immediately you put it in the oven.
The same applies to the stuffing (you can make this on Christmas Eve, ahead of time), and you also need to remove the 3 oz (75 g) of butter to soften ready for the morning. To make the stuffing, combine the breadcrumbs with the onion and sage in a large mixing bowl, then stir in a little boiling water and mix thoroughly. Next work the sausagemeat or minced pork and egg, if using, into this mixture and season with salt and pepper. Leave the stuffing covered in a cool place – but not in the fridge, as it shouldn't be too cold when you come to stuff the turkey. On the morning of cooking, pre-heat the oven to gas mark 7, 425°F (220°C) then stuff the turkey.
Don't expect to get all the stuffing in this end – put the rest into the body cavity. Jamie: Keep Cooking at Christmas. Roast Turkey Breast Recipe with Stuffing - olivemagazine. Next level roast turkey recipe. Clementine, thyme and bay roast turkey recipe. Turkey crown recipes. Perfect Roast Potatoes. Needs must and all that, so I have always been an open anti-perfectionist, but in truth (and I’m sorry to repeat what I’ve said before) it is impossible to cook roast potatoes without needing them to be perfect, which to me means sweet and soft inside and a golden-brown carapace of crunch without.
And, strangely, no matter how many tricksy things you may succeed at in cooking, no matter what techniques you may master, nothing gives quite the contented glow of achievement that cooking a good tray of roast potatoes does. For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list. Best Ever Christmas Side Dish Recipes - olivemagazine. Sage and onion stuffing Make your own stuffing balls for Christmas Day, or serve them alongside a Sunday roast.
Add plenty of ground mace and sage for flavour. Jamie: Keep Cooking at Christmas. One-pan roast turkey cushion with trimmings recipe. Roast Goose with Pork, Sage and Pear Stuffing with a Confit of Pears. A confit is something that has been concentrated by slow cooking, and, in this recipe, the pear halves are very slowly simmered in the balsamic vinegar and cider, so that the liquid, sugar and vinegar evaporate into a lovely, sharp-sweet, sticky mass to serve with the roast goose.
To make the confit, all you do is place all the ingredients in a wide, shallow saucepan, stir well, then bring everything up to simmering point without a lid. Now turn the heat down to its lowest setting and let everything simmer gently, uncovered, until the pears and shallots are covered with a dark, sticky glaze. Be patient: this will take 11/4 hours, and you'll need to stir it from time to time.
This can be made well in advance and just warmed slightly before serving. Pre-heat the oven for the goose to gas mark 7, 425°F (220°C). Now make up the stuffing by mixing all the ingredients together thoroughly. Then pack the rest of the stuffing in the body cavity. Turnip gratin recipe. One Tray Christmas Dinner - olivemagazine. Mulled cider recipe - BBC Food. Crispy prosciutto cups with sausage and sage stuffing recipe.
Christmas Glazed Ham Recipe with Negroni. The perfect alternative Christmas menu for smaller celebrations. Fried Brussels Sprouts Recipe with Cheese. Nigel Slater’s recipes for festive main courses. A pie, or perhaps a large golden tart, brought proudly to the table in its dish, always feels like a celebration.
I find such recipes invaluable at this time of year, for meals that need something “festive-but-not-turkey”. So it’s straight down to business with a chicken and prune pie wrapped in crackling filo and a sweet potato and spinach tart that works as both a principal dish and on the side. Chicken, leek and prune pie I have used filo pastry for its crispness, but you could use puff pastry if you prefer.
Serves 4-6 olive oil 2 tbspchicken breasts 750gleeks 350gcurry powder 2 tspprunes 12curry leaves 10parsley a good handful, choppedblack peppercorns 8light stock or water 600mlmilk 500mlbutter 50gplain flour 50g butter 80g, meltedfilo pastry 300g You will also need a round 28cm baking tin Warm the oil in a deep-sided pan, add the chicken and let it lightly brown on both sides, turning it once or twice to ensure an even colour. Set the oven at 200C/gas mark 6. Treacle-roast ham with spiced rum glaze recipe.
Brussels sprouts with bacon & chestnuts recipe - BBC Good Food. The 20 best easy Christmas recipes. Whatever you are thinking of cooking, for however many, relax.
It doesn’t need to be difficult. The best roast potato recipe. Jamie Oliver. Jamie's easy turkey – 2 ways. Best-ever fluffy roasties recipe. Jerk Turkey Recipe with Stuffing and Gravy. Roasted parsnips. Turkey cushion for four recipe. Jamaican stuffing recipe - BBC Good Food. American Turkey Stuffing. Eighteenth-century Chestnut Stuffing. Giorgio Locatelli's perfect Christmas recipes. Our Christmas is a very different occasion each year, from my Italian family to my English one with my wife and the grandparents.
I’m very happy with whatever goes, and we’ve experimented with cooking different things at different times. I have great fondness for the Christmas lunches with Grandad and Grandma in Islington, where Grandad cooked a big piece of beef each year – it was fantastic when the kids were little. But when I think about the Christmases I had when I was young, there are many sweet memories. When I was younger, my Christmas was very eclectic. All my family worked in restaurants, including on Christmas Day, and I did as well from quite a young age, doing Christmas lunch.
Christmas is more than a lunch to me. It’s important to think about the amount of time and capacity you have to cook. So when I chose the dishes for this menu, I thought about that and took inspiration from all my different Christmases. Easy baked spinach and ricotta pasta shells. Ultimate Christmas leftover sandwich. Christmas cheese toastie. Pigs in blankets with mustard bubble and squeak. Christmas turkey and ham pie. Jamie's turkey, pork & cranberry pie. Jamie’s turkey, pork & cranberry pie Topped with crispy sage Jamie’s turkey, pork & cranberry pie “Christmas is the perfect excuse to invest some serious time and love in creating something truly spectacular, and this Boxing Day treat won’t let you down – with its crumbly pastry, flavour-packed filling and spicy cranberry topping, this twist on a festive classic is hard to beat.
Plus, there’ll be no leftovers in sight – double bonus! ” Serves 10 Cooks In6 hours 20 minutes plus setting DifficultyShowing off Jamie MagazineTurkeyAussie ChristmasChristmasThanksgivingLeftovers Nutrition per serving Calories 948 47% Fat 46.2g 66% Saturates 17.2g 86% Sugars 30.5g 34% Salt 1.6g 27% Protein 40.8g 82% Carbs 94.5g 36% Fibre 4.7g - Of an adult's reference intake.
Sprouts With Chestnuts and Bacon Recipe. Traditional Roast Turkey with Pork, Sage and Onion Stuffing. Christmas: Last-minute and Easy Recipes. Christmas brussel sprouts with bacon. Creamy brussels sprout gratin with walnuts. Perfect Roast Potatoes. Individual smoked salmon terrines for Christmas. Roast brussels sprouts with caramelised onions and baked eggs. Vegan Wellington Recipe. Jamie Oliver sprouts recipes. Best-ever Brussels sprouts Apple & sage Best-ever Brussels sprouts “Celebrate the humble sprout with this insanely delicious recipe.
Crisp cubes of apple provide beautiful sweetness, while sausage – and Worcestershire sauce (my secret ingredient) – gives a contrasting savoury kick. Serve straight from the pan or make ahead and crisp it all up in the oven on the big day – both ways work! Serves 6 as a side Cooks In30 minutes DifficultyNot too tricky VegetablesChristmasSunday lunchMains Nutrition per serving Calories 158 8% Fat 8.7g 12% Saturates 3.6g 18% Sugars 8.9g 10% Salt .4g 7% Protein 8.5g 17% Carbs 12g 5% Fibre 1g - Of an adult's reference intake.