If you're dreaming of a classic Christmas dinner, you'll need a traditional turkey, seasonal cranberry sauce and all the trimmings, plus an luxurious festive dessert like our eggnog trifle!
Traditional Christmas menu
Prepare for the big day with our traditional festive menu – turkey with all the trimmings and more.
A steaming hot bowl of freshly-made chestnut soup is the perfect way to start off a traditional Christmas dinner.
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Gordon Ramsay’s roast turkey is your favourite Christmas turkey recipe on goodtoknow. All you need to add is some lemon, parsley and garlic to bring out the flavours in your turkey.
Get the recipe: Gordon Ramsay’s roast turkey with lemon
This easy recipe shows you how to make perfect, crispy roast potatoes – with a secret ingredient or two…
Get the recipe: Roast potatoes video
You can’t get more traditional than a serving of sage and onion stuffing. With 310 4-star ratings, it’s a goodtoknow classic!
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You’ve got to have sprouts at Chrismas! If your family aren’t too keen, this chestnuts with Brussel sprouts recipe brings an extra flavour to the dish.
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It wouldn’t be Christmas without a few pigs in blankets. This recipe is really simple and can be prepped on Christmas eve to just pop in the oven before serving on the big day.
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Nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves add warming festive flavours to this fruity red cabbage dish.
Get the recipe: Red cabbage with apples and sultanas
It’s easy to make homemade cranberry sauce – a splash of port, orange and cinnamon is the key.
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Put roast meat fat to good use in this homemade gravy recipe, flavoured with onion, salt and garlic pepper.
Get the recipe: Turkey gravy