World's Smallest Christmas Dinner

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  • Makes: 15 - 20

Capture all the taste and excitement of Christmas in just one delicious bite with these show-stopping canapés.


  • 500 grams of potatoes
  • 1 packet of apple and chestnut stuffing
  • 6/8 slices of roast turkey
  • 20 small sage leaves
  • 20 individual semi dried cranberries
  • 400g of mini brussel sprouts
  • 1 pack of braised red cabbage
  • 1 packet of cocktail sticks


  1. Thickly slice the Rudolph potatoes and then cut with a rounded pastry cutter. Fry the cut out potato shapes in a little oil and butter until golden
  2. Use the smallest circular cutter available and fill with stuffing to form a small disc - then dry fry in a pan until golden and crisp on the outside.
  3. Drop the sage leaves into some hot oil and fry for 3-5 secs - then leave on some kitchen towel to drain.
  4. Cook the sprouts and red cabbage following pack instructions.
  5. To assemble the canapés first place the potato disc on the base of a tray, then the stuffing, top with some hot red cabbage, a small slice of turkey and a sage leaf then place a brussel sprout and some cranberry on a cocktail stick and secure all ingredients in place.
  6. Serve immediately and enjoy

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