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  • Quick roast Christmas chicken & sticky veg

    Quick roast Christmas chicken & sticky veg

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    Enjoy an energy- and cost-efficient festive lunch – we’ve used a few tricks to cut down on the oven cooking time, but the result is still a succulent chicken

  • Air-fryer roast canned potatoes in a bowl

    Air-fryer roasted canned potatoes

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    Cook canned potatoes in an air fryer to make these alternative roasties. Though they're not the same as oven-cooked, they do turn golden and crisp

  • Microwave cauliflower cheese in a roasting dish

    Microwave cauliflower cheese

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    Cook the British classic, cauliflower cheese, easily by making it in the microwave. It can work as a main or side dish for a Sunday roast

  • Brussels sprout slaw served in a bowl

    Brussels sprout slaw

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    Use up any extra brussels sprouts in your veg box this winter by making this sprout slaw. It will go particularly well with cold cuts on Boxing Day

  • Stuffing pigs in blankets served on a plate

    Stuffing pigs in blankets

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    Transform stuffing into a new version of pigs in blankets to save oven space. You’ll also need to buy fewer sausages, as this makes good use of just a few

  • No-waste gravy in a gravy jug

    No-waste gravy

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    Make our no-waste gravy using overripe tomatoes, mushrooms, herb stalks, leek tops and celery leaves to give it added flavour

  • A dish serving charred Brussels sprouts with Marmite butter

    Charred Brussels sprouts with Marmite butter

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.9 ratings

    Marmite and sprouts may sound like an unusual combination, but trust us: it works. Try this recipe for your next Christmas feast or as a winter side dish

  • Chocolate robins‘ nests in a cake tray

    Chocolate robins' nests

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    Prep these festive chocolate robins' nests in less than 30 minutes. Made with cornflakes, they‘re ideal for getting younger children involved in the kitchen.

  • Crispy skin roasties on a plate

    Crispy skin roasties

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    Try skin-on roasties – not only do they dramatically cut down the prep time, but it makes them more filling and gives them a deeper baked potato flavour

  • Roasted roots

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.3 ratings

    Maximise your oven space by throwing everything into one dish and roasting with goose fat

  • Roasted veg and pigs-in-blankets in a traybake

    All-the-trimmings traybake

    A star rating of 4.7 out of 5.15 ratings

    Enjoy the best of Christmas in a traybake. A perfect Boxing Day feast for using up leftovers like potatoes, parsnips, carrots, sprouts and pigs-in-blankets

  • Brown butter bread & onion sauce in a bowl

    Brown butter bread & onion sauce

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    Make a flavourful bread sauce to accompany your Christmas dinner. The sauce is silky and thick thanks to butter and whole milk – no need to add cream

  • One Christmas chocolate & cranberry fridge cake

    Christmas chocolate & cranberry fridge cake

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    Feel free to add other bits to this Christmas pudding fridge cake, such as nuts or shop-bought chocolates. You could add a splash of your favourite tipple, too

  • Christmas rocky road served on a platter

    Christmas rocky road

    A star rating of 4.2 out of 5.10 ratings

    Adapt this festive rocky road however you like. It’s great for using up leftover Christmas sweets and biscuits, and you can get kids involved in making them, too

  • Last-minute Christmas loaf cake cut into slices and served with a cup of tea

    Last-minute Christmas loaf cake

    A star rating of 4.5 out of 5.8 ratings

    Unexpected guests and no Christmas cake to serve? This last-minute loaf tastes as if it had been made in November. Decorate with a snow shower of icing sugar

  • Christmas lunch loaf on a plate

    Christmas lunch loaf

    A star rating of 4 out of 5.3 ratings

    Looking for an alternative to turkey at Christmas? This festive lunch loaf is packed with flavour, plus it's cheaper and easier to prep and serve

  • Roast turkey breast served on a decorative plate

    Roast turkey breast

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.3 ratings

    Cooking for a smaller crowd this Christmas? Try this roast turkey breast as an easy alternative to cooking a whole turkey for your festive dinner

  • Two-tray Christmas dinner with chicken and vegetables

    Two-tray Christmas dinner

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    Make a fuss-free Christmas dinner with this two-tray method that includes stuffing, veg and the turkey. It's ideal if you have a small oven, and saves on the washing-up

  • Christmas crinkle cookies on a baking tray

    Christmas crinkle cookies

    A star rating of 4.9 out of 5.44 ratings

    Love crinkle cookies? Try our extra-festive version for Christmas, with orange zest, mixed spice and cinnamon – and not forgetting the classic fudgy centre

  • Christmas tree garlic bread

    A star rating of 4.2 out of 5.12 ratings

    Each piece of this pull-apart bread has a melted mozarella centre. Brushed with garlic butter and served with a tomato dipping sauce, this will be a hit at any Christmas party buffet table

  • Baked feta with sumac & grapes

    Baked feta with sumac & grapes

    A star rating of 4.6 out of 5.13 ratings

    A modern dinner party starter that’s great for a budget - salty feta, sweet grapes, tangy sumac and aniseed dill create contrasting yet complementary flavours

  • Freeze-ahead roasties

    Freeze-ahead roasties

    A star rating of 5 out of 5.16 ratings

    Save precious time when planning a group meal by prepping and freezing your potatoes in advance.

  • Sautéed salted red cabbage with cranberry in a large serving dish

    Sautéed salted red cabbage with cranberries

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    Salt the red cabbage overnight to soften – this way, it will only need cooking for a fraction of the time. It still retains all the flavour and texture

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