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Brussel sprouts

Brussel sprouts

These Christmas essentials are at their best over the Christmas months, in season from October lasting until March. Brussel sprouts gained their name from where they thought to have originated, in Brussels, Belgium.

Did you know?
Sprouts with long central stalks still attached, will keep the vegetable fresh for longer.

Our recipe tip:  Christmas brined turkey crown

Cranberries

Cranberries

During the Christmas period, this is the perfect time to incorporate cranberries into your recipes. The sour fruits can be used as juices, sauces or jelly and contain a good source of vitamin C, dietary fibre and manganese.

Our recipe tip: Tuscan style turkey

Horseradish

Horseradish

Growing from the same family as broccoli and cabbage, horseradish can be made into a sauce which is as a popular condiment within the UK. The spicy sauce is often served as part of a traditional Sunday roast, although it is also used in sandwiches and salads.

Did you know?
The leaves of the plant are not commonly eaten, but are edible and referred to as ‘horseradish greens’.

Our recipe tip: Beef horseradish burger

Chestnut

Chestnut

Unlike other nuts, chestnuts have a high starch and water content but low protein and fat levels. They've never been as popular in British kitchens as in Continental ones, but they're a versatile and flavourful storecupboard ingredient. Chestnuts are available fresh, ground, dried, puréed or vacuum-packed. 

 

Our recipe tip: Turkey, stuffing and chestnut pie

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