Christmas Masterclass 2020

Not sure what's on the festive menu this Christmas? Be inspired by our delicious recipes, learn how to cook the perfectly roasted Heritage Turkey, impress your guests with delicious black and white donuts that you could sprinkle edible gold on top for a luxurious flourish, or a good old guacamole that will serve as a good festive dip (or healthy gravy alternative!).

Above 60 mins

Baked Ham with Maple Mustard Glaze

The quintessential Christmas dish, a deliciously glazed maple mustard glaze ham is just what you need this Christmas.

Cheesy Potato Gratin

It's the perfect Christmas dish to serve at potlucks and dinners, easy, cheesy and so creamy. Layered perfectly with soft slices of Yukon Gold potato blanketed with gooey gruyere cheese.

Claire's Fast-Break Classic Sandwich

You can make this in an easy one skillet breakfast classic sandwich, with gooey melty cheese & a sweet savoury honey sauce.


This easy and refreshing recipe is perfect for a hearty healthy breakfast with toast, served as a dip or eaten on its own. It's versatile, delicious and oh so healthy.

Black and White Donuts

Easy, sweet and delectable black and white donuts with delicious vanilla and chocolate glaze that's so perfect for Christmas dessert. Pro tip: decorate them with flakes or colorful sprinkles for a magically whimsical treat!

Gingerbread Cookies

Make deliciously chewy gingerbread cookies, sweet from molasses and brown sugar and positively too cute to eat.

Herb Roasted Heritage Turkey

The classic Christmas roast, now deliciously basted and stuffed to perfect. A juicy bird that makes all roasts better.

Penne with Tomatoes and Basil

Easy, healthy and rich penne with tomatoes and basil. It's a favourite to make and an authentic italian dish you don't want to miss.
Above 60 mins

Pleasingly Easy Pulled Pork

Pulled pork, in its simplest and fastest of slow-cooked methods, begins with boneless pork shoulder. The top of a pork shoulder is referred to as a "butt" or "Boston butt" BUT it is shoulder meat, nonetheless. It was shipped in barrels at one time, and it was buttressed up the sides of the barrels, as the fable goes. The higher the cut the fattier the meat; if you want to remove fat from pulled pork, make it a day ahead to cool it and skim.

Pork Tenderloin Stir Fry with Teriyaki Sauce

Teriyaki sauce is a common condiment and easily purchased in bottles but making your own requires only pantry and refrigerator ingredients. And this way, you can control the fine-tuning of the flavors and texture. This teriyaki sauce is great with meaty, flaky fish and asparagus, mushrooms and/or tofu with leeks, chicken with leeks or scallions, beef and broccoli—on and on. The sauce keeps for weeks in the fridge and is easy to make in large batches if stir-fry is a popular or frequent dinner request.

Shakshuka Pizza

Delicious saucy, eggy shakshuka pizza with pull-apart soft dough for a luxuriously crafted Christmas meal. Pleasing to the eyes and to the stomach.

Skillet Roasted Lemon Chicken

Make juicy, tender skillet roasted lemon chicken that takes just one skillet and minimal effort. Easily recreated at home & a classic Christmas roast.

Ultimate Cheese Platter

Up your charcuterie boards with our ultimate cheese platter, bursting with sweetness and a delicious blend of salty creamy cheeses.

Slow Roasted Salmon with Potatoes and Lemon Herb Vinaigrette

Perfectly roasted potatoes drizzled with a delicious herby lemon vinaigrette with melt-in-your-mouth salmon, it's the best recipe for a classy Christmas lunch or dinner.

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