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Have you been left in charge of organising the Christmas menu this year and you’re panicking about time? Fear not, culinary experts at HelloFresh have put together some top tips that will help ensure your Christmas meal is foolproof and you can enjoy your day to its utmost.
Classic Christmas foods easy to prepare in advance of the big day include:
Don’t spend time peeling potatoes on Christmas morning, this delicious side can made up to a month in advance – so you can relax and enjoy the festive fun. Par-boil then freeze for crispy spuds nobody will guess weren’t made on the day.
Sweet, sugar and indulgence are what Christmas food is all about. From pavlova to mince pies and Christmas pudding to Christmas cake – make baking and dessert preparation a fun activity leading up to the day and get the whole family involved.
Tasty trimmings make all the difference with your Christmas lunch. Prepping your gravy and any other condiments, like cranberry sauce, can be done in advance and even frozen if required.
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