This salad is a delicious addition to a roast chicken or any roast meat or fish during the festive season. It’s zesty and bright and will nicely accompany other salads at a big family spread if you need to ‘bring a dish’. The next day, try making a chicken roll with some fresh crunchy bread rolls, leftover chicken, a slice of cheese, this slaw and some gravy – it will help with your recovery.
The ham is arguably the most prized piece on a Christmas table during the festive season, so we’ve pulled out the big guns and asked the lovely Karen Martini to share one of her favourite ham recipes! Her Campari and Blood Orange Ham is decadent, impressive but couldn’t be simpler to make, so if it’s your turn to bring a ham this year, you better save this post!
A throw-together salad that requires minimal effort but looks like a dream on a festive tables-cape. It's the perfect combination of creaminess from the buratta, freshness from the tomato and sweetness from the peaches. A wonderful accompaniment to a roast chook or tender roast beef.
A fresh and vibrant salad to serve alongside your Roast Turkey or Porchetta, by the wonderful Vanessa Gordon! This simple salad features fresh peas as they're in their prime and they're complemented with creamy buffalo mozzarella and sugar snap peas. Mint and lemon accentuate the freshness of this side dish, perfect for serving alongside richer cuts of meat.
Swap out your cloves for a funky, spicy, tangy, sticky glaze for your Christmas Ham this year. Clementine Day of Somethings I Like To Cook loves using a chipotle based hot sauce in her glaze. It’s got a nice smokiness to it, but you can go with your favourite hot sauce and it will be just fine.
Beef roasts can seem a little daunting to cook, but get your hands on a quality piece of meat and a meat thermometer and you're bound to succeed! Our Organic Porterhouse Roast is an absolute family favourite with the Hagen's and we've been lucky enough for Oly to share his recipe. He serves it medium rare and pairs it with a chimichurri dressing and crunchy cos heart salad.
There are two certainties post-Thanksgiving or Christmas, you feel a bit dusty and you have plenty of leftover turkey in the fridge. The best way to tackle that festive hangover is with a Turkey Toastie. With very few ingredients and a tiny bit of time you’ll be well on your way to recovery.
We've enlisted the help of Pete Baxter from Hope St Radio to show us his favourite way of cooking the beautiful chickens of Milking Yard Farm! He's shared with us a guide, more than a recipe, wanting to accentuate the purity of this revered bird and found the best way to do it was with a treatment of salt and time. It resulted with the chicken having the most incredible & complex flavour, almost liked aged Parmesan - earthy and bright at the same time.