Panforte is a stunning, luxurious gift, and this ginger, apricot and macadamia version is as special as they come. It always tops the list for my most-requested Christmas baking.
You’ll never stuff a bird again once you discover pan-baked stuffing. Cooked in a combi steam or conventional oven, it’s crispy-topped and so good I could skip the turkey altogether.
Steaming and then roasting a turkey using your combi steam oven is the best way to get perfect, juicy turkey with golden skin, and it cuts down the usual cooking time by about a third.
This very Christmassy steam oven salad recipe has been on high rotation at our place through December. Made with steamed brown rice and studded with pistachios, cranberries, herbs and feta cheese, it’s equally at home as a side dish to barbecued meats as it is a stand-alone lunch.
Announcing the launch of my first digital cookbook, Combi Steam Cooking at Christmas: Festive Recipes Using Your Combination Steam Oven. The book is available for purchase and instant download right now via the Steam and Bake website.
The simplest last-minute addition to your Christmas table in the form of bright green beans, deeply toasted almonds and a sharp vinegar dressing.
Crispy-skinned, fatty and glorious, this is the bird I want on my Christmas table (also, bonus detail about roasting your potatoes!).
My new favourite cauliflower recipe, and the dish I’ll be taking to every Christmas party this year.