Turkey has been the traditional meat to be served on Christmas Day for many years – even Henry VIII enjoyed a turkey dinner in the 16th century! 87% of people in the UK will have turkey for Christmas, meaning around 10 million turkeys are eaten in the UK every year!

However, if you fancy a change this Christmas, here are a few suggestions of other food you can cook over the festive period.

Gammon or Duck

If you want the Christmas trimmings but without turkey, why not try these tasty Duck or Gammon Recipes!

Vegetarian Options

For those who are vegetarian (or just don’t fancy meat this Christmas!) here are a couple of options for you to enjoy alongside all the scrummy Christmas veg! A tasty Parsnip Tartin with Winter Pesto, Goats Cheese and Cranberry Parcels, or a Vegan Christmas Wreath.




Salmon

Add some spice to your Salmon and make this a turkey alternative to remember! See the recipe here!

Beef Wellington

Beef Wellington makes an awesome centre piece of food for your guests! Click here to get the recipe.