Christmas comes early this year! In the spirit of Christmas gifting, we will be giving away free copies of our upcoming Special Edition Christmas eCookbook!
GRAB OUR HERITAGE HAWKER DELIGHTS COOKBOOK + EBOOK BUNDLED DEAL FOR JUST $44.85 (U.P. $54.80)
Includes 8 of our favourite Christmas recipes including Rosemary Lamb Cutlet in Mint Sauce, Roast Crackling Pork Belly with Baked Apples, No-Bake Strawberry Trifle, Fluffy Potato and Squid Salad, Moist and Chewy Gingerbread and more!
For a limited time only!
Here are some Christmas Recipes you can try:
My family loves creamy mushroom soup – it is the perfect comfort food for lazy and rainy days. I have tried out many creamy mushroom souprecipes, but I must say this recipe is by far THE BEST Creamy Mushroom Soup recipe I have ever tried!
Warm Squid and Potato salad is a Spanish-style ‘warm salad’. This beautiful combination of juicy succulent squid cooked to ‘just-done’ perfection and crispy fluffy potatoes bursting with flavours of the French Basque Country will surely whet your appetite and delight your palate.
Cold Crab Salad in Citrus Vinaigrette was inspired by the original Canele Salad. The combination of citrus, crab, avocado, hard boiled egg and pine nuts is decadent, refreshing and so good! Not a skinny salad, but as healthy as decadence gets!
No time to roast a whole leg of lamb? With Christmas just round the corner, why not try this quick and easy alternative Christmas recipe for your lamb fix! Pan-fried lamb cutlets don’t need seasoning and take only 6 minutes to pan fry!
Everyone loves to eat crispy roast chicken but did you know that it is really easy to roast chicken to perfection with that oh-so-crispy skin on the outside and tender juicy meat on the inside. For Christmas, we made this crispy roast chicken with a festive twist with colour meditarranean vegetables to complete this Christmas recipe.
This is a very easy finger food to prepare for a small gathering. I learnt this Christmas recipe from my sister-in-law years ago when my family was invited to her house for a Christmas party. Ever since, almost every Christmas gathering, this toasted bread cup salad is served as a starter. See also our video Egg Mayo in Toasted Bread Cup for another variation of this recipe!
After countless rounds of experimentation, we finally perfected this recipe for the softest, chewiest and crumbliest gingerbread you’ve ever tasted! One of our favourite Christmas recipes that we actually make all year round!
I learnt this dessert from a friend when I was in the UK looking after my 2 young children while my husband was studying there. At that time I would often invite my husband’s classmates home for a meal. This is the easiest way to whip up a dessert which everyone enjoyed so much. The festive colours make this the perfect Christmas recipe for a dessert to round up a lovely Christmas meal.