Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Christmas recipes updated

Last year I wrote a list of Christmas recipes that I wanted to try. I've made some of them and they were delicious (and subsequently got a blog post of their own). Below is an updated list of those I've yet to try, including lots of new recipes I've found this year:

Breakfasts:
Pomegranate and white chocolate pancakes

Savoury recipes:
Moroccan spiced pie
Carrot and cashew crisp with hot lentil salad
Cauliflower with nuts and cranberries
Pomegranate and pea samosas
Cranberry and beetroot relish
Canape crackers
Pine nut and carrot roast
Leek and cranberry caerphilly strudel

Salads:
Clementine, feta and leaf salad
Citrus and pomegranate salad with chilli-honey dressing
Feta and pomegranate salad
Beetroot and clementine salad
Festive salad
Winter fruit salad

Cakes and biscuits:
Stollen wreath
Gingerbread cupcakes with clementine buttercream
Gingerbread cookies

Snow-topped cupcakes
Minty chocolate cookies
Pumpkin, orange and pomegranate cake
Gingerbread house

Desserts:
Hidden orange Christmas pudding
Tropical Christmas pudding
Semifreddo
Lemon cheesecake mini tartlets
Lime and cranberry bread and butter pudding
Cranberry and citrus sorbet
Peppermint ice cream
Iced nougat and raspberry terrine
Chocolate and pomegranate torte
Meringue roulade
Pomegranate cheesecake with clementine gelato

Sweets and chocolates:
Candy cane truffles
Sparkling cranberries
Candied walnuts
Christmas pudding truffles

2 comments:

  1. Interesting to see Clementine, feta and leaf salad. I used to do something like that years ago. I love fruit in my salad - apple, sultanas, satsumas, grapes etc. If used sparingly I thibnk they are great addition but Jo prefers salad without.

    Sparkloing cranberries sound yummy! But then so do most of the recipe headings.

    ReplyDelete
  2. We both love fruit in salad too. In addition to the ones you mentioned, dried apricots and pear (soaked in lemon juice first) also work really well.

    ReplyDelete