Jamie Oliver's Christmas Menu

Re-claim your Christmas dinner with Jamie Oliver. His recipes will keep you calm and organized and your guests awe-inspired.
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Roquefort Salad with Warm Croutons and Lardons

This salad really shows off the Roquefort cheese, a deliciously pungent addition to your holiday table. Use extra-large, hand-cut bacon lardons for this indulgent salad.

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Superb Squash Soup with the Best Parmesan Croutons

Warm up Christmas guests with a soup made with all different kinds of squash, such as butternut or onion squash. Season the soup to bring out the nutty, sweet flavor of the squash. Personalize this starter by adding pearl barley, dried pasta or some chopped bacon. Short on time? This soup can be made in a pressure cooker.

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Jamie's Christmas Turkey

Don't be afraid to put turkey at the center of your Christmas meal. Jaime's recipe is nice and simple and will give you a winning main course.

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Roast Vegetable Mega Mix

A mix of deliciously roasted vegetables are the perfect side dish for any Christmas main. You can prepare the vegetables a day ahead of time; just keep the roasting pan in a cold place to keep the veggies from discoloring.

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Creamy Mushrooms

Whether you serve this recipe as a snack or starter, it's a great way to showcase your favorite mushrooms. The mushroom juices that naturally cook out of the mushrooms are mixed with the butter and a little cream, perfect for bread dipping.

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Balsamic-Baked Onions and Potatoes With Roast Pork

Instead of pearl onions, try this version that uses balsamic vinegar to make the red onions and potatoes crispy and a little bit sweet.

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Killer Chocolate Mousse

Make this mousse a few days before and then pep it up on Christmas day. Right before you're ready to serve your guests, dust some cocoa powder over the mousse.

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The World-Famous Tarte Tatin

Go for it with Jamie's basic tarte that you can stretch with pears, quinces, peaches, apricots or a mixture of all kinds of fruits. The combo of airy puff pastry, moist fruit and caramel will have your guests licking their plates.

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Christmas Spirit Cocktail

All you need is tequila and a pomegranate for this festive shot. Be sure to crunch the seeds before you swallow to really get their full flavor.

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Festive Strudel

Leftovers don't just come in savory packages. This strudel makes use of extra Christmas pudding and wraps it in pastry dough.

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