Take the stress and strain out of this year’s Christmas day meal. Even if you are having loads of extra guests you’ll find it a breeze with this selection.
So whether you’re all about a traditional Christmas meal or you’re looking for something a little different why not take a look at our favourite picks from Iceland below.
We love this Roast From Frozen Perfect Turkey Crown and at 1.6kg there’s plenty to go round. Moist and tender, this joint can be cooked from frozen in around 2.25 hours.
Many people are now vegetarian and this Parsnip and Chestnut Roast with Mulled Wine would make a welcome alternative to Turkey.
We love these Salmon Florentine Stacks, which are part of Iceland’s Luxury range. Served with potatoes and veg these salmon stacks would make a delicious meal for those not keen on turkey.
A must have accompaniment to turkey has to be stuffing. These Iceland Luxury 12 Stuffing Balls add a little luxury and come in both traditional Chestnut & Cranberry and Apricot and Pecan.
Roast potatoes make a perfect accompaniment to turkey and they’re a must on Christmas day. These Luxury Goose Fat Roast Potatoes taste delicious and will help make Christmas dinner so much easier – no more peeling, par boiling and roasting, simply pop into a pre heated oven for 40 – 45 mins and you’re done.
Show off your cooking skills with this Iceland Luxury Croquembouche Patisserie Kit. The profiteroles come filled with cream, all you have to do is put your croquembouche together using the sachets of chocolate and caramel sauce with gold and white star decorations. It’s really much easier than you would expect and adds a definite wow moment to your meal.
If you’ve not got time to make up a croquembouche then simply defrost this Luxury Chocolate Orange Choux Garland, which has a whipped cream and orange flavour chocolate fudge filling. Simply pop on the gold bow that’s in the box and it is ready for the table.
Make your Christmas Day easier with this selection from Iceland.
Frozen or fresh? Get in touch and tell us which is your favourite for Christmas Day dinner?