Morrisons M Signature Christmas Jewelled Mushroom Bake is a combination of roasted butternut squash, cranberries, pumpkin seeds and goat’s cheese in a flavourful rice and barley risotto. A lovely idea and perfect for warming winter meals, but I'm not sure it works that well with the usual Christmas dinner trimmings. But if you are going for a completely different style of meal on Christmas Day, this would be perfect.
We also loved the frozen Morrisons Nut Roast with Sage & Onion Sauce and Sprouts with Chestnuts and Thyme Butter. Their Spiced Red Cabbage is lovely too, just the right combination of flavours, and with the nice addition of cranberries. The M Signature Carrots & Parsnips with an Apricot Glaze are sweet and sticky, and a great contrast to the salty flavours on your Christmas lunch plate.
Thank Goodness Luxury Nut Roast, Ocado
Pumpkin, Pecan and Cranberry Loaf, Asda
Asda's Extra Special range offers lots of delicious accompaniments and side dishes,
including this delicious and gorgeous looking Chioggia beetroot side dish:
Wine match: finest* Carménère Colchagua
Festive Brie, Cranberry & Chestnut Wellington, Tesco (frozen)
Wine match: finest* Piwen Chardonnay
Try this delicious Soupologie Butternut, Chestnut & Brandy Soup to start, Ocado
Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Celeriac Dauphinoise is great if no-one else really likes celeriac (i.e. in our house!) This side dish combines finely sliced celeriac and Vivaldi potatoes in a double cream, garlic and Gruyere sauce. Very indulgent, but delicious.
The Taste the Difference Rainbow Glazed Carrots is a selection of vibrantly coloured orange, purple and yellow carrots with a rich, sticky cranberry and orange glaze to enhance the natural sweetness of the vegetables. Looks amazing on the plate!
There is also a rich and luxurious By Sainsbury’s Braised Red Cabbage Kit which gives an almost do it yourself dish, the perfect combination of red cabbage, red onion and apple.
Whatever you're having for your Christmas dinner, classic relishes such as cranberry sauce and horseradish are always a welcome addition to the table. We love The English Provender ones, and don't forget you can turn your leftover cranberry sauce into these delicious muffins.
Will you be catering for veggies this year?
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