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  • bread sauce

    Bread sauce

    Bread sauce is a staple when it comes to Christmas lunch, and making it is so easy thanks to our easy bread sauce recipe. This bread sauce is really quick to make, so you only need 5 mins to prep it and can have it ready in 35 minutes in total. The best part about this bread sauce is that it can be made in advance of Christmas Day. This bread sauce recipe is the perfect excuse to not buy ready-made bread sauce - it's quick and easy to make your own at home and it tastes so much better. This simple homemade bread sauce recipe will show how to make bread sauce in just four easy steps, so you don't have to spend much time in the kitchen. Our classic bread sauce is perfect drizzled over your Sunday roast or Christmas dinner, as delicious and indulgent to pour over a tasty roast. This thick, creamy bread sauce combines breadcrumbs, butter, cream and milk together to make one delightful side. The onion, cloves and bay leaf combo adds a delicious aroma to the sauce. This bread sauce recipe serves 6 to 8 people so it's enough to serve for your family if you're having everyone round to your home this Christmas. So why not try our simple bread sauce recipe for your Christmas lunch? Everyone will love it and we bet it'll be the talk of Christmas dinner!

    • 3
    (158 ratings)
  • Gordon Ramsay's honey glazed ham

    A ham recipe is a Christmas staple, and this honey glazed ham is a delicious, mouth-watering dish perfect for the festive season. Gordon Ramsay's honey glazed Christmas ham recipe will definitely be enjoyed by the whole family, who will love having it on their roast dinner plates. It's the perfect choice for a Christmas ham too! Gordon says: 'A lovely glazed ham is a great staple in my holiday menu, not least because it’s also delicious served cold – or rather at room temperature – with my pear and saffron chutney. Roast on the day if serving hot, or up to 2 days ahead if serving cold.' This delicious sticky sweet honey glazed ham recipe is sure to become a family favourite, whether it's the centre piece of your roast dinner as a Christmas ham recipe, served cold with a freshly prepared salad or sandwiched between two half buns with a dollop of chutney. This mouth-watering Christmas ham serves 8-10 people and is slow-cooked to perfection. We'd recommend making Gordon Ramsay's honey glazed ham recipe in advance so it has plenty of time to cook and rest. If you're making this as your Christmas ham recipe, remember to do it in advance too so you get the most flavour!

    • 4
    (355 ratings)
  • Gordon Ramsay Honey glazed carrots and parsnips

    Gordon Ramsay's honey-glazed carrots and parsnips

    Gordon Ramsay's honey-glazed carrots and parsnips recipe is one of our favourite ways to cook carrots and parsnips. Gordon Ramsay works his magic with this special side-dish: root vegetables roasted with honey, star anise, cinnamon and thyme. Serve them with your Christmas dinner or Sunday roast. This recipe serves around 8 people and will take 30 mins to make. The sweet and sticky glaze really bring out the flavour in these delicious roasted veggies. This recipe is so easy to follow - once you've mastered this recipe, you'll want to make them every Sunday afternoon. Gordon Ramsay's honey-glazed carrots and parsnips are bursting with flavour.

    • 3
    (221 ratings)
  • Fondant potatoes recipe

    The Hairy Bikers' fondant potatoes

    The Hairy Bikers’ fondant potatoes are really easy to make. Flavoured with garlic, thyme and butter, these delicious fondant potatoes are perfect served with your roast dinner.They’re ideal if you’re bored of the same old roast potatoes or boiled potatoes and want to upgrade the side with a special touch. The Hairy Bikers serve their fondant potatoes with pickled pears and roast partridge, but this easy fondant potato recipe will go well with any roast. You could serve them as a special treat for Christmas or Easter, but also just on a special Sunday with your roast dinner. We bet all your family and friends will love them and you'll end up making them every Sunday! To make this fondant potato recipe, you'll only need six ingredients, and you might even already have most of them in your cupboard - potatoes, garlic, thyme, butter, chicken stock and salt and pepper. These delicious fondant potatoes only take around 30 mins to cook, and you can easily do it while the rest of your roast dinner is cooking. They take little bit more effort than normal roasties, but it's so worth it for their tasty garlicky flavour. This recipe for fondant potatoes serves 4 people, but if you’re feeding more people just double up the ingredient quantities.

    • 4
    (104 ratings)
  • Gordon Ramsay's roast turkey with lemon, parsley and garlic

    Gordon Ramsay's roast turkey with lemon, parsley and garlic

    Gordon Ramsay's roast turkey recipe is a Christmas favourite. This delicious, easy to make turkey is flavoured with lemon, parsley and garlic. Gordon says: 'This is my favourite way to roast turkey – with a savoury butter under the skin to keep the breast meat moist and flavourful. To ensure both the turkey and pork stuffing are cooked properly, I bake the stuffing separately. Another of my secrets is to rest the turkey for a couple of hours or more. As it relaxes, the juices are re-absorbed, making the meat succulent, tender and easier to carve. It may seem like a long time, but the texture will be improved the longer you leave the turkey to rest. Piping hot gravy will restore the heat.' This recipe takes 3hrs to prepare and cook and serves between 8-10 people. Any leftovers would make a delicious curry the next day!

    • 4
    (798 ratings)
  • Easy roast potatoes recipe

    If you're wondering how to make roast potatoes then you've come to the right place. Make easy roast potatoes every time with our classic recipe. They're perfectly crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside which is the best combination. Our method uses King Edward potatoes, shaking to fluff up the edges and roasting them in hot, sizzling oil. This recipe serves 6 people and will take around 55 mins to prepare and cook. These delicious roast potatoes are perfect for completing your roast dinner. They're really easy to make with a crisp, golden outside and a light, fluffy and warm insides. This recipe uses basic olive oil but if you want to use goose fat or drippings you could do. They go really well with roast chicken, beef, lamb or pork and are just as nice with a nice bit of grilled fish or even just veg if you don't eat meat. For an added treat, cover them in gravy when you dish them up - it's an irresistible combo! Watch our easy to follow, step-by-step video recipe to make sure you have perfect roasted potatoes every time.

    • 3
    (91 ratings)
  • Crispy roast potatoes

    Goose fat roast potatoes

    Goose fat roast potatoes are a roast dinner staple, a Christmas classic and an absolute must for anyone who loves a really crispy roast potato on the outside but a nice fluffy middle. You can guarantee to get your roast potatoes nice and crispy by using goose fat and the best this is, it’s really really easy! This simple recipe shows you how it's done so you can make your own perfectly crispy goose fat roast potatoes at home. Why not try it for your next Sunday lunch or family roast?

    • 4
    (13 ratings)
  • Sage and onion stuffing

    Sage and onion stuffing is a must have for your festive dinner table. This classic sage and onion stuffing recipe is really easy to make at home and tastes so much better than the packet version. The buttery breadcrumb base stays really moist and it's so easy to make with just a handful of ingredients. We think it's really worth the little bit of extra effort to make your own because it tastes so much better than anything you can buy in the shops. It's meat-free so suitable for vegetarians, but still so full of flavour. What's a roast dinner without stuffing?! Make sure you make extra for Christmas dinner - everyone will want seconds of this delicious sage and onion stuffing! This recipe takes around 55 mins, so you won't even need an hour to make it. You can also make it while you prep and make all the other dishes for your roast dinner. This sage and onion stuffing recipe serves around 6 people, so it's the ideal quantity to feed a family, but you can always double up the quantities if you need more. Any leftovers of this sage and onion stuffing can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Stuffing is best made on the day you want to serve it as it tastes better from fresh. You can also freeze stuffing which is ideal if you're making it in advance for Christmas.

    • 4
    (360 ratings)
  • Roast parnsips

    Hairy Bikers' roast parsnips

    The Hairy Bikers' roast parsnips are an essential part of roast dinner tradition and a real favourite side dish. Cooked in a sticky sweet honey glaze, the Hairy Bikers' roasted parsnips are one of the most delicious sides to add to your Sunday dinner. These honey glazed parsnips are also roasted in goose fat, which makes them extra crispy on the outside and soft in the inside – just like roast potatoes. The sweetness of the honey really brings out that sweet flavour we just love about roast parsnips. Parsnips roasted with honey and goose fat is one of the best ways to prepare them, as you get a really tasty side dish! The best part is that parsnips, being a root vegetable, are actually really good for you, so even though this roast parsnips recipe tastes incredible, it still counts towards your five-a-day – win win! Your roast dinner is going to be the best yet if you make this easy recipe from the Hairy Bikers - it's one of our most popular recipes, so you know they must be good! These roast parsnips are ready in an hour, but need only 5 mins to prepare – so they’re ideal if you have other things to prepare in the meantime, as they won’t keep you busy while they’re cooking.

    • 3
    (296 ratings)
  • Yorkshire puddings

    Hairy Bikers' Yorkshire pudding

    We've got Dave's mum's Yorkshire pudding recipe straight from The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain, to serve with black pudding sausages and their special beer and onion beef gravy. The Hairy Bikers' Yorkshire pudding recipe is a real classic. This traditional Yorkshire puddings recipe makes perfect Yorkshire puddings for your Sunday roast dinner every time. This easy Yorkshire pudding recipe serves 4 people and takes 2hrs and 55 mins to prepare and cook. These easy to make Yorkshire puds will be soft and doughy but with a crispy, golden finish - the perfect combination. Cook the Yorkshire pudding batter in oil or goose fat and serve straight away. We've got Dave's mam's Yorkshire puddings recipe straight from The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain, to serve with black pudding sausages and a beer and onion beef gravy.

    • 4
    (81 ratings)
  • greens

    Cider braised spring greens and chestnuts

    These cider braised spring greens and chestnuts make a beautiful side dish for a dinner party or Sunday roast. Meat tends to be the star of your roast dinner, but that doesn’t mean you have to settle for boring sides. These greens are transformed into a mouth watering side, whilst still being very nutritious. We all know we should be eating more green vegetables, and this tasty recipe is the perfect way to add more greens to your diet as they taste so good, you wouldn't even think they're good for you! Rich in vitamins C and K, spring greens are great for your immune system and bone strength, and chestnuts provide a good dose of vitamin B6 and potassium. Chestnuts are an ingredient that is often overlooked, but we think we should all be making more of these seemingly festive nuts. They are low in fat, high in fibre, and can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. These two ingredients complement each other to pack a real punch in terms of nutrition. The addition of cider transforms this dish from a plain vegetable side into something much more special. It pairs well with pork but could be served alongside any meat dish.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Slow cooked pork belly

    Slow cooked pork belly in cider gravy

    Making slow cooked pork belly is easier than you might think, but it is still bound to impress your family and friends. Slow cooking transfers pork belly, a relatively cheap cut of meat, into a succulent and juicy dish with a crisp, crackled top for that extra crunch. Don't be put off by the long cooking time, the work you have to do is minimal and then you just let your oven take care of the rest. We've taken the classic combination of pork and apples and paired our pork belly with a smashing cider gravy. To make your own gravy all you need to do is combine a few simple ingredients and the result will be far better than anything you could buy in the shops.

    • 5
    (2 ratings)

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