Religious Holidays offer a great chance to cook a wide range of recipes that only come around once a year. So whether it is Christmas, Easter, Hanukkah or Passove you with find the traditional recipe needed here.
This Christmas cake keeps very well and stays moist. You can use sherry instead of brandy if you prefer, it changes the taste a little.
Ideally, make this cake in November to let the flavours mellow before Christmas. It is very good with a marzipan icing.
This crispy no-cook slice is great to make with kids. A few pieces wrapped in cellophane can make a great Christmas pressie for them to give-that's if the adults haven't eaten them all first.
This Christmas bread called hoska takes some time to make but is well worth the effort. Eat with jam or just icing sugar.
This is a delicious alternative to traditional Christmas pudding but still is a serious and fruity dessert for the big day.