A moist and flavourful stuffing for your roast turkey, which is really similar to the classic sage and onion, but with just a little more flavour thanks to the abundance of celery. Enjoy stuffed inside your turkey or simply bake in a baking dish on its own.
This is a great stuffing for those of us looking to cut down on our wheat intake. Chickpeas are a great substitute for bread in this recipe as they are filling, creamy and take on the flavours of the stock and vegetables, just like bread would do. You can use this recipe to stuff poultry, or cook it in its own dish.
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.
Got a bird that needs stuffing? Or perhaps you have a vegetarian feast that you are planning? Either way, this delicious vegetarian stuffing recipe is for you! This stuffing is light and tangy and ideal for stuffing a 6kg bird with some left over to bake on the side, alternatively the stuffing can be baked entirely by itself.
This is a great alternative roast for Sunday lunch or Christmas dinner. Ham is seasoned with dark brown soft sugar and cloves and baked in a slow oven.
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 very versatile recipe. You can try it with many different combinations of nuts, seeds and vegetables. For best results, it's worth blitzing the sunflower seeds into a coarse flour in a food processor.
Don't save this recipe for Christmas. This is a gluten free stuffing so delicious that you may just have to make it more than once a year!
Enjoyed by vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike, this tasty stuffing benefits from the addition of mashed potatoes to achieve a delightfully creamy and substantial result which can be used to stuff your Christmas turkey, or it can be cooked in it's own dish.
We discovered how delicious oyster stuffing can be when visiting our American relatives for Thanksgiving - now we use their recipe every year for Christmas and it is becoming a family tradition for us too!