Eat, drink and be merry (minus the meltdown) with these festive menu time-savers!
If cooking your average Sunday roast leaves your kitchen in complete disarray, a full Christmas dinner might be a tad daunting. Especially if you have relatives/friends/toddlers (delete or add as appropriate) to cater for.
But don’t stress. Some minor adjustments can save you time, energy and going into full meltdown mode. And no, we don’t mean Christmas dinner in a can (it does exist…).
Get sorted for the 25th with these tweaks and still produce a meal Jamie O would be proud of.
If you really want to ace Christmas dinner, but standing in busy supermarket queues feels you with dread, then a recipe box may be the answer!
For those hankering after a classic dinner, Gousto has launched a Turkey Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings that takes just one hour to finesse – and only uses two pans!
If you're feeling more adventourous you can even choose a Christmas Venison & Camembert Burger or a Christmas Vegan Burger (which we can confirm, is delicious!)
You can add this recipe to your Gousto box for an additional surcharge of £3.75 per portion
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