No one in my family is missing the meat in this vegetarian chestnut roast with a delicious mushroom stuffing. Try adding thyme and grated cheese for a flavour boost.
A well-flavoured ham joint that's easy to make. Pre-cooked ham is baked with a maple syrup and red wine vinegar glaze. Enjoy for Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner.
This is a recipe specifically for wild goose, which is quite different than a farm-raised goose. Instead of the fruit listed, you can use almost any dried fruit you wish.
This perfect Christmas ham recipe will delight the whole family on Christmas day. Tried and tested many times over the years this is my family's foolproof recipe for a stunning Christmas ham. This ham is also fabulous for days afterwards for cold lunch leftovers and sandwiches.
Turn roast Brussels sprouts into something spectacular with this recipe. The sprouts are roasted then tossed with a maple syrup, bacon and rosemary sauce, along with toasted hazelnuts and dried cranberries.
The perfect higher welfare gammon recipe. Published as part of the RSPCA’s Think Pig Christmas Recipes. The RSPCA are are encouraging everyone to ‘Think Pig’ by buying higher welfare pork. Serve the gammon hot with red cabbage and roast potatoes or cold with a selection of cheese and pickles.
When you don't want to commit to a whole turkey, a turkey crown is a fantastic option. Here, a turkey crown is roasted with a simple variety of herbs for a delicious alternative to a typical Sunday roast. This also works a treat for a smaller Christmas centrepiece.
A roast turkey crown recipe that is perfect for special occasions, when you don't want to roast a whole turkey!
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!
I like to slowly cook a fresh whole salmon or salmon trout in a foil packet with some white wine, butter and parsley. It's so moist and flavourful, all you need to serve with this are new potatoes and butter.