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Christmas side dishes

Homemade stuffing
This is easy to make from everyday ingredients and makes Christmas dinner that much more special.
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Traditional gravy
No roast dinner is complete without proper gravy.
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Bread sauce
A traditional Christmas sauce to serve with your supper.
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Sausage stuffing balls
These sausage stuffing balls nearly steal the show at the Christmas table, they are so delicious.
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Seasonal spiced cabbage
Make it easy at Christmas with this spiced side which can be made in advance.
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Roast citrus carrots
This versatile dish is simple to make and goes beautifully with your Christmas dinner.
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Fried courgettes
These light rosemary infused fried courgettes make a lovely side dish.
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New potatoes with rosemary
Crisp new potatoes with a hit of rosemary are a classic option for Christmastime.
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Sprouts with bacon gratin
This recipe nails serving these lovely vegetables to the sprout hater in the family and delivers on flavour ridiculously well.
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Buttery green beans with shallots and toasted almonds
Make this year’s green beans with a bit of flair and ease.
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Salted herby roast parsnips
These delicious roast parsnips with salt add a light side to the table and go well with any main dish.
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Buttered sprouts with chestnuts and crispy bacon
A classic Christmas combination and a must make.
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Cranberry with juniper red cabbage
The sweet-sharp fruit flavours add a bit of excitement to the platter and go amazingly well with turkey, duck or pork.
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Root vegetable bake
This winter root vegetable bake with a crispy herb topping, which can be made ahead of time.
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