What can’t be missing from Christmas dinner?

Do you already know what to do for Christmas dinner? One of the most anticipated moments of the night is the release of the banquet. Everyone keeps an eye on the tasty dishes that make up the dinner table and is dying to try all the recipes that are indeed made with great care, making them even more delicious.

Christmas dinner

Because of this, some traditional dishes cannot be missing from the table that day, such as:

  • Chester;
  • Christmas turkey;
  • banana crumbs;
  • Tend to orange sauce;
  • roast shank;
  • Greek or oven-style rice;
  • Stuffed loin;
  • Christmas sausage;
  • colorful salad;
  • lasagna;
  • Assorted desserts.

All these delicious dishes cannot be missing from Christmas dinner. To not overload just one person to assemble the entire supper, you can divide the dishes among your guests, especially if you live alone. Thus, each family can take a recipe. Also, drinks can’t be missed on that date either.

That way, everyone can also take their drink of preference. Soft drinks, juice, water, and wine are the leading drinks that must be present on the day.

Christmas Dinner Guide

What are the simplest desserts to make for Christmas?

Pies, mousses, cakes, paves, cookies and other delicacies gain space at Christmas dinner to make a date even sweeter and more festive. After enjoying the delicious dishes, there is nothing better than a beautiful dessert to end the Christmas meal on a high note.

As eagerly awaited as savory foods, end-of-year sweets delight children and adults alike. Learn how to use some practical recipes.

Panetone pave with ice cream or the famous paved stone
  • One traditional or chocolate panettone;
  • One pot of ice cream of the flavor of your choice;
  • 1 bar (170 g) semisweet or milk chocolate;
  • One box of cream milk.
Method of preparation
  1. Melt the chocolate in pieces with the cream — it can be in a bain-marie or the microwave for 1 minute at maximum power — then remove and stir with a spoon.
  2. If using the microwave, retake it for another 1 minute, remove it, and stir—continue this process until the ingredients are all melted.
  3. Break up the panettone and place a layer in a bowl. Moisten with the chocolate syrup.
  4. Place a layer of ice cream and alternate between panettone, chocolate, and ice cream.
  5. Finish with a layer of ice cream drizzled with chocolate.
  6. Take to the freezer and leave for at least 2 hours before serving.

Christmas french toast

  • 400 ml of milk;
  • Two eggs;
  • frying oil;
  • Five stale French bread, very stiff;
  • sugar, cinnamon, grated coconut, etc, for sprinkling.
Method of preparation
  1. Cut the bread into large slices.
  2. Soak bread slices in milk in a large bowl.
  3. Heat enough oil in a large skillet.
  4. When the oil is hot, take the slices of bread one by one, let the excess milk drip off, dip each slice in beaten eggs, and place them in the oil to fry.
  5. Turn the slices occasionally so as not to burn the bread.
  6. When the slices are well browned, remove them from the oil with a slotted spoon and place them on a plate with absorbent paper to remove the excess.
  7. After drying the oil, arrange the slices in a bowl to serve.
  8. Mix sugar to taste with cinnamon powder or grated coconuts, and sprinkle over the slices.

delicious angel pudding

  • One can of condensed milk;
  • One can of cream milk;
  • One cup of hot water;
  • 1 American glass of milk;
  • One box of coconut marmalade;
  • grated coconut for sprinkling (optional)
Method of preparation
  1. Dissolve the marmalade in hot water.
  2. Beat the condensed milk, the cream, the milk, and the dissolved maria-mole in the blender.
  3. Please take it to freeze.
  4. Unmold the pudding after it has cooled down and sprinkle with grated coconut, if desired.
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