12 Mouth-watering ideas for your festive lunch or dinner

If you've ever wondered what to cook for Christmas - look. no. further!

by: Chanté Felix | 14 Dec 2016
 
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Christmas is just more than a week away and by now you're probably starting to finalise your Christmas menu, but before you really decide what you'd like to cook allow us present some more drool-worthy options to you.

ALSO READ: How to modernise your Christmas lunch in 10 easy steps

Starters

Mussels with leeks and bacon
- A small serving of this tantalising starter will have your guests floating on cloud nine.


Bacon chilli poppers - these tasty bites, once again, prove that bacon makes everything better! Serve as appetizers.


Side dishes

Christmas lunch would never be complete without some veggies, up your side dish game with this fiesta of flavour and textures- roast veggies with tahini yoghurt drizzle.



Strawberry, feta pecan nut and spinach salad - light, fruity and summerish with the added bonus of getting to make full use of one of this season's most bountiful berries

Biltong and Caprese salad - with lashings of Mozzarella and pesto.



Mains

Maple and mustard glazed gammon - what's Christmas without gammon?

Christmas, lunch, dinner, roast,side dishes, salad

Lamb racks in an apricot herb crust - with a fruity twist...


Paella -a sumptuous treat for seafood lovers.


Desserts

End off your feast with this luxuriously, voluptuous baked blackberry chocolate fondant tart.


Take your fridge tart to another level with this yoghurt orange tart.


This is one for all the last-minute bakers who have not yet made their traditional Christmas cake - No-bake Christmas fruit cake


WATCH: How to make a quick and delicious Christmas breakfast - gingerbread French toast


Let us know what your Christmas menu looks like!

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