Search results for 'christmas dinner British'

10 recipes

Filter

Ingredients

Dish type

christmas dinner x
British x
 
1 review
 
2hr40min

Cath's danish slipper joint ham. Just three ingredients. Leftovers made excellent sandwiches, with a side salad.

Recipe by: catherined

 
No reviews
 
2hr15min

I bake gammon with a sticky fig jam glaze for Christmas dinner every year and it never fails to be enjoyed with the turkey. Personally, I enjoy it even more in sandwiches on Boxing day!

Recipe by: margaret_fullington

 
No reviews
 
1hr5min

Here, ‘huffed’ or ‘houghed’ means wrapped, and in this 18th-century recipe iron-rich pheasant breasts are cooked in attractive pastry parcels.

Recipe by: Chrissie Lloyd

 
No reviews
 
1hr5min

Partridge, seen by many as the king of game birds, has sweet, succulent meat that is also low in cholesterol.

Recipe by: Chrissie Lloyd

 
6 reviews
 
11hr30min

Ham soaked overnight in cider is slowly boiled and then baked with sugar and mustard. Delicious served with cauliflower cheese and roast potatoes.

Recipe by: REDFIORO

 
2 reviews
 
1hr30min

The Elizabethans made lavish use of spices and fruits in their cooking. This turkey dish combines some typical flavours of the time in a rich, sweet stuffing that complements lean, low-fat turkey breast meat. You could add the stuffing under the skin of a turkey breast crown.

Recipe by: Chrissie Lloyd

 
No reviews
 
1hr20min

The season for pheasant is from the end of September to the end of January, but it is available frozen all year. Pheasant is high in protein, low in fat and cholesterol, and ideal for juicy pot-roasting.

Recipe by: Chrissie Lloyd

 
No reviews
 
2hr50min

Traditionally served to celebrate Michaelmas, on September 29, goose is naturally high in fat, but cooking it on a rack allows much of the fat to drain off.

Recipe by: Chrissie Lloyd

 
5 reviews
 
3hr30min

I've made this roast goose several times and it is fantastic. A perfect Christmas dinner!

Recipe by: Christine Lipo

 
7 reviews
 
1hr

Beef Wellington should always be served with the centre slightly pink. Enjoy!

Recipe by: Marla

1 / 1

Halloween fun

  • Pumpkin recipes Pumpkin recipes
  • Halloween cakes Halloween cakes
  • Toffee apples Toffee apples
  • All Halloween recipes All Halloween recipes