Perfect mince pies to serve at Christmas or to include in a Christmas hamper! Use best-quality shop bought mince, or plan ahead and make your own with this recipe.
Boozy chocolate coated cheesecake balls with no need to bake, they only take 15 minutes or so (if you don't include the chilling between each section).
A basic beef stew with vegetables that cooks to perfection every time. You'll find yourself going to this recipe time and again. Feel free to add a splash of red wine, or replace some of the water with a good strong ale.
This spectacular pastry Christmas tree is easier to make than you might think, just follow this step by step recipe with photos! Indulgent Nutella® chocolate hazelnut spread is sandwiched between two layers of puff pasty, scored in all the right places then twisted to form tree branches. Ideal for Christmas parties and delicious washed down with some festive mulled wine.
So easy to follow, so yummy on the taste buds. Fun for the kiddies to help you with. Definitely my family favourite. I have said this makes 12, but this depends on how big your cutter is.
These trendy roast potatoes originated in a restaurant in Stockholm. They involve slicing into the potato to create slits, but making sure not to cut right through the potato. They are well worth the effort! A sprinkling of Pecorino cheese and breadcrumbs makes them extra crispy.
Looking for something new? Try this sweet and sour apple and cabbage side dish.
Parsnips are tossed with olive oil, garlic and honey, then roasted until crispy on the outside, but sweet and mellow on the inside. They are then tossed with fresh mint and sage. Serve as a side dish.