Pork & cider stuffing | Jamie Oliver Christmas recipes
Baked in a bundt tin and topped with crispy sage leaves, this joyful stuffing will be the crowning glory of your Christmas feast (although any pudding tin will do the job). To make a veggie version, simply swap the sausage meat for roasted butternut squash.
Chocolate torte recipe | Jamie Oliver chocolate recipes
It wouldn’t be Christmas without an amazing chocolate dessert and this one – inspired by the River Café’s Chocolate Nemesis – is a complete game changer. It’s so rich and silky that you’ll only want a little slice, but your guests will go mad for it. Hands down delicious!
Stuffed roast squash | Jamie Oliver Christmas recipes
Celebrating beautiful seasonal veg, this stunning vegan main will make your guests feel really special when you bring it to the table. The fruity, nutty grain stuffing is seriously good with the sweet, roasted squash, while my fresh mint sauce makes it all sing. Next-level delicious.
Cranberry Christmas turkey | Jamie Oliver Christmas recipes
It’s turkey time and my epic cranberry-basted bird is no stress – quick to prep and turbo-charged with flavour. Get ahead by prepping the bird ready for roasting on Christmas Eve, then simply calculate your cooking times and let the oven do the hard work. Happy days.
Smoked salmon & beetroot | Jamie Oliver salmon recipe
Here’s a simple, elegant starter using just five flavours that pack a truly amazing punch. Think silky smoked salmon, tangy crunchy beets, retro cress and fresh horseradish – for me, the hotter the better. A perfect little plate that can all be prepped ahead. Get in!
Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipes for light and easy post-Christmas relief | Main course
The last thing you need right now is more dishes to add to the groaning Christmas table, so instead here are a few platefuls of sanctuary for the days ahead
Really, truly gorgeous dried fruit salad
A really, truly gorgeous dried fruit salad that I serve in the evenings to share with my mum and sisters over a good movie. Of course you don't have to use organic food or rainforest honey... but sometimes these little touches help I think. Add the pine nuts however much or little you like them, about 2 tablespoons is good for me.