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'Christmas' - 92 Recipe Result(s)

  • Rich Christmas Cake

    Here's the recipe of the traditional Christmas cake, loaded with dry fruits, wine, rum and all things nice.

  • Speedy Christmas Pudding

    A wholesome christmas pudding made with sultanas, dates, raisins, apricots and brandy. Served with brandy butter, rum sauce or homemade custard.

  • Christmas Fudge

    No Christmas is complete without the annual Christmas fudge. Enjoy this nutty delight fused with the richness of chocolate.

  • Christmas Cake with Royal Icing

    Christmas cake is a type of fruit cake loaded with dry fruits, caramel and brandy. In this recipe, it is topped with an almond paste and royal icing.

  • Christmas Dry Fruit Cake

    Bursting with the flavour of dry fruits, soaked in brandy, christmas cake takes a bit of effort but each delicious bite makes it worth your while.

  • Cupmantryam

    This Christmas cup cake is a fruity delight and super easy to make.

  • Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Dates

    Popularly known as 'Devils on horseback', these are traditional snacks prepared during the Christmas feast. Dates stuffed with cream, chives, wrapped in bacon and baked to perfection.

  • Christmas Biscuits

    Buttery flour rolled in cinnamon and ginger powder, baked crisp.

  • Plum Pudding with Brandy Sauce

    This Christmas make a moist plum pudding with brandy & rum soaked dry fruits. A sweet and thick brandy sauce with custard powder to accompany it.

  • Ek Bar Mulled Wine

    This drink is simple to make and tastes like Christmas in a glass. It's a lovely celebration of those traditional festive spices like cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. If you've got your own favorite spices, then ...

'Christmas' - 100 Article Result(s)

  • 'Tis the Season: 15 Christmas Dinner Recipes You'll Love

    It's Christmas! Tis' the season to be jolly and indulge. Here's the ultimate menu for your Christmas dinner with recipes from our best chefs.

  • How to eat: Christmas dinner

    Ditch the turkey, the cranberry sauce and the Christmas pudding ... has Tony Naylor taken leave of his senses? This is his take on the perfect Christmas dinner - how do you eat yours?Deck the ...

  • Christmas Day stress drives many of us to take our first drink by 11am

    British Heart Foundation urges people to find other ways to relaxMore than half of us have had our first Christmas Day drink by lunchtime in order to cope with the stress of the day, a ...

  • Nigel Slater's Christmas seafood recipes

    It may be the season of feasting, but nothing stands out more than a decadent seafood dish. From crab-stuffed squid to trout tartare, here's how to make waves...On my table this Christmas will be ...

  • 10 things you didn't know about Christmas

    It's Christmas! The aroma is rummy and the taste is plummy - it's the holy time for puddings, loads of baking, family time and pretty decorations. With all things Christmassy in air, did you know ...

  • How to Survive Christmas if You're a Vegetarian

    Being vegetarian or vegan doesn't mean going hungry this Christmas. Heres Larissa Dubeckis guide to a delicious non-meat Christmas .

  • 10 Quick Christmas Desserts

    We bring you our quickest and easiest desserts for Christmas that will give you more time to indulge in merry moments.

  • Christmas Leftovers: Christmas Pudding Trifle Recipe

    A trifle made with leftover Christmas pudding - what dessert could possibly be more festive?Christmas isn't Christmas without a ­trifle, but with all that plum ­pudding and yule log to get through, this ­magnificent dish ...

  • 10 Dishes of Christmas

    If you've ever wondered what chefs cook for Christmas, this is it! Here Tom presents 10 mouthwatering festive recipes, from a festive goose and a baked camembert pithivier, to perfect stuffing and mace meringue. They ...

  • Christmas Treat: The Story of Gingerbread

    Long before there were Christmas lights, cards, trees or even Santa Claus, and before there were Christmas cookies, richly frosted Yule logs or candy canes there was gingerbread.