Roast Turkey Recipes
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Turkey chilaquiles with watermelon basil margaritas
Turkey chilaquiles with watermelon basil margaritas | Chilaquiles are a breakfast staple across Mexico. It makes use of leftover tortillas, which are fried till crisp, then simmered in a spicy tomato salsa. It's what we know as nachos, but taste this Mexican version and Nacho Night will never be the same again. We've made use of leftover Christmas Day roast turkey but you can easily replace with ground beef or pork.
Caramel sandwich biscuits (alfajores)
Caramel sandwich biscuits (alfajores) | Chile’s Christmas Eve dinner is a late-night affair, taking place after midnight mass. Following a roast turkey, seafood and vegetables is a pan de pasqua (a Christmas fruit bread like Italy’s panettone), which is often served with alfajores, shortbread sandwiched with rich dulce de leche (Spanish caramel). There are many regional variations of these biscuits, but at Christmas it’s all about traditional alfajores and those with a crisp meringue coating. Th
Orange-glazed turkey with Scarborough Fair stuffing
Orange-glazed turkey with Scarborough Fair stuffing | For me, the centrepiece of any Christmas feast has to be a roast turkey and this is the one I make every year because my mum loves it. The stuffing takes its name from the well-known song, but it’s not just because the lyrics are nice, the parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme work fantastically well together too! For me, the stuffing in poultry is like a cultural exchange, the flavour of the bird goes into the stuffing, and the flavour of the st
Perfect roast turkey and stuffing
Perfect roast turkey and stuffing | I love roasting turkey with the stuffing inside the cavity of the bird - after all, that’s why it’s called stuffing! It absorbs all the lovely turkey juices, creating a flavourful accompaniment to the Christmas roast. Trust me, you'll never go back to making stuffing in a separate tin again! Oven temperatures vary, so be sure to check your turkey is cooked through.For this recipe, you will need a piece of muslin cloth large enough to cover the turkey.