Mashed potatoes on the side are as important as your Christmas roast. This recipe shows you how to make the creamiest mashed potatoes. Served along with some beetroot crisps to match the holiday theme – this one satisfies all the essentials of a good side dish.
Florets of broccoli stir fried with garlic, mixed with white sauce and cheese, topped with grated potatoes and more cheese – packed into a casserole and baked! If you want to feed your kid’s broccoli during the festive season this is the most full proof way to ensure that they gobble it up gladly!
They say the simplest things are often the best and this recipe justifies it completely. Baby potatoes and cherry tomatoes rubbed with generous amounts of sea salt, fresh herbs and aromatic spices roasted till soft and mushy with that beautiful rustic charred taste!
This delicious salad is one of the best ways we can think of to break the meat monotony at the table during Christmas! These balsamic glazed grilled Brussels and vegetable salad is simple to make and in taste so it tastes great with just about any main!
Blanched green beans and crunchy walnuts tossed in a delicious mix of honey, chilli, sesame seeds and pickled jalapenos. Festive in every way – this chilli bean and caramelized walnuts salad spikes up anything that it is served with!
Have a fun food filled Christmas!
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