Any festival is left incomplete without sumptuous food,
aromatic delicacies and mouthwatering dishes. Here we are talking about the
biggest festival of the Christians and if we don’t talk about feast here it
would be a great injustice.
People gather in large numbers at their homes or at some
friend’s place to celebrate the Christmas. In the evening after the prayers
have been offered it’s time to party. People organize special feasts and
Christmas dinners on this occasion. Some of these dinners and feasts take long
planning and great perseverance efforts of the hosts.
While pudding, mince pies and fruit cakes are regular stuff
included in the Christmas feast people add Chocolates and chestnut beverages to
add up the sweets in the desserts. Here we give you a few basic delicacies
which you can prepare for your Christmas feast.
Dry Aged Standing Rib Roast with Sage Jus: To make a
picture perfect Christmas feast you need to have this delicacy on your platter.
Made using standing rib toast, canola oil, kosher salt and pepper this hot and
steamy dish will be the thing you and your guests will surely savor.
Bacon Potatoes Au Gratin: For preparing this
dish all you need is bacon, cloves, garlic, sliced and peeled potatoes and
thyme leaves. These perfectly meld cream and potatoes will be relished by one
and all equally.
Caramelized onion tarts with Apples: This sweet and
savory combination of onions and apples topped with puff pastry and creme
franchise will melt in your mouth as soon
as you have just a single bite of it. A must have on the Christmas menu.
Creamed Spinach:Prepared with basic ingredients
such as extra virgin olive oil, unsalted butter, minced onions, minced garlic
and cloves, baby spinach, heavy cream, grated nutmeg, sea salt and ground black
pepper this dish can be prepared easily at home by the ones who don’t even have
any basic cooking experience.
Roasted squash with Brown Sugar and cinnamon: This
warm spiced side dish when enriched with milk and cream works as ravioli
filling or soup. The crackly sweet surface created on the butternut squash is