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 is a delicious alternative to traditional Christmas pudding but still is a serious and fruity dessert for the big day.
Just a family favourite.
Serve this stuffed "tofu-turkey" to the vegetarians at Christmas or Easter or any special occasion. You may have trouble keeping the meat eaters away!
This is a neat Christmas chocolate treat for all ages and makes wonderful decoration for a cake. You need a cone shaped mould which can be made at home by stapling cardboard together in a cone shape or even using a kid’s party hat, and lining it with plastic wrap. Once made, this can store up to 6 weeks in the fridge.
This recipe was given to me by my mother. When made it doesn't last long. My hubby loves it and it is delicious.
Believe it or not this loaf cake recipe comes from Iceland, where it is served at Christmas. You'll want to make it more often than that!
This is a simple fruit cake especially for people (like me) who are not very organised. It is quick and easy but tastes delicious.
This Christmas pudding is fabulous served with custard, whipped cream or ice cream. This is quicker than a classic pudding.
This is a lovely cake with cherries and raisins added for those of you who don't want to go to the trouble of making fruit cakes. It’s best if you can wait several days before eating to allow the flavours to develop. This cake also freezes well.
A chance to use up leftover fresh prawns for christmas.