Make any of these Christmas dinner recipes the star of the show, from tasty ways with turkey to some really spectacular veggie ideas, too. As ever, we aim to bring you dishes with a few healthier twists, but that still taste amazing so you definitely don’t have to miss out. Check out our top 10 picks and let us know if you make any of them!
If Christmas day simply wouldn’t be the same without turkey, then check out our failsafe recipe. It’s stuffed with a wonderful homemade herby stuffing and we’ve included lots of tips and tricks too, to avoid any blunders on Christmas day.
We’ve used Linda McCartney sausages in this knockout nut roast for their meaty texture and flavour. It’s then combined with plenty of nuts, wholemeal breadcrumbs and veggies to create a textured vegetarian main, before serving with a sweet port sauce.
Our savoury strudel is crammed with vegetables, cheese, sun-dried tomatoes and fresh basil for the tastiest veggie main around.
Now for the meaty version…Our fruity strudel uses pork fillet, a leaner cut that will save you some calories. Wrapped in pastry and served on a bed of roasted winter veg, it makes a really easy but impressive dinner dish.
This recipe sees turkey breasts stuffed with a fantastic quinoa and apple stuffing and served with lashings of gravy. Finish off the meal with some roast potatoes and steamed greens for a really wonderful feed-a-crowd dinner.
These individual crumble pots are perfect if you’ve got a couple of vegetarians at the table. Plus, they freeze well so you can save any spare for another day!
If you’re catering for vegans, there’s no way that this show-stopping centrepiece will disappoint.
A turkey roulade is a slightly different way of serving up this festive classic. Stuff with the cranberry, quinoa and pumpkin seed stuffing and serve with our cranberry orange sauce.
This show-stopping turkey recipe is steeped in a sticky cider glaze and then baked until golden and glistening.
Don’t feel like you have to stick to a traditional turkey on the big day. If you prefer the flavour of chicken then, we say, have it! Our golden roast chicken is a showstopper in itself and served with autumn roast vegetables to finish off the dish.