A simple recipe for a meal at your next holiday party will take just 15 minutes to prepare.
But don’t be fooled by the simplicity of the idea, as you’re going to need to use a range of different ingredients to create a dish that will impress your guests and impress the whole family.
Here’s everything you need to know about cooking at a Christmas dinner, from the basics to the more complex and exotic dishes that will appeal to everyone.
What is a Christmas Dinner?
Christmas dinners are normally held at a festive time of year, but you can also organise them at any time of the year.
You can get the best of both worlds, with the whole idea of a festive dinner in a home-cooked setting.
You’ll need to ensure that the decorations are suitable for the season and there are plenty of festive touches to make the evening as festive as possible.
The menu should include traditional Christmas favourites such as turkey, pudding, Christmas trees and even Santa himself, so don’t forget to add a dash of gingerbread, cranberry sauce and Christmas cookies.
How to Make a Christmas Christmas Dinner at Home?
If you’re a big fan of traditional Christmas dinners, this is a great way to have one with your family for the whole Christmas season.
All you need is some kind of dish and a couple of guests.
You’ll need: Christmas cake, butter and eggs 4-inch piece of butter