How do you make Jamie Oliver Christmas stuffing?

How do you make Jamie Oliver Christmas stuffing?


  1. 2 large onions.
  2. 50 g stale bread.
  3. 200 g vac-packed chestnuts.
  4. 1 kg higher-welfare shoulder of pork , trimmed, diced.
  5. 1 bunch of fresh sage , (30g)
  6. 3 rashers of higher-welfare smoked streaky bacon.
  7. 1 whole fresh nutmeg , for grating.
  8. 1 lemon.

How do you cook packet stuffing?

Empty the sachet into a bowl, adding 215ml of boiling water, mixing well. Add a large knob of butter if desired. 3. Leave to stand for 5 minutes then place the stuffing into either an ovenproof dish or alternatively form into stuffing balls on a greased baking sheet and bake for 25-30 minutes.

What is Christmas stuffing made of?

At its simplest, stuffing is a seasoned bread cube mixture of onion and herbs. Traditionally, it’s stuffed inside the bird, but we prefer to bake ours in a separate baking dish.

Can you make stuffing with just water?

Pour boiling water to just above the stuffing mix level. The same amount you’d use if you were stuffing meat, or using a traditional oven-baked method. If in doubt, just add it slowly, you’ll see the packet plumping up into stuffing. Microwave the stuffing for 1 minute or so.

What can you serve stuffing with?

Mashed potatoes are another important part of Thanksgiving, the perfect side dish to your turkey and stuffing. These potato cakes make use of your leftover mashed potatoes, turning them into a crispy, fried side dish. For extra flavor, add in some meat or cheese! Serve with sour cream or ketchup.

What does Tom Kerridge Cook on Cooks Christmas?

Tom Kerridge makes a tasty stuffing mix cooked in bacon for a turkey Christmas dinner on Tom Kerridge Cooks Christmas.

How do you make the perfect Christmas stuffing?

1 Melt the butter in a saucepan, then add the diced onions. Cook until soft, but don’t colour them. Stir in the chopped herbs, remove from the heat and transfer the mix into a large bowl, then leave to cool. 2 When cool, add the rest of the stuffing ingredients and stir until well mixed. The more you mix it, the firmer the mix will be.

Who is Tom Kerridge and what is he famous for?

Celebrity chef Tom Kerridge talks us through his festive menu choices and gives advice on pulling off your meal with professional flair… As part of our 25th birthday celebrations in 2014, we worked closely with top chef Tom Kerridge. Alongside a series of exclusive recipes created just for BBC Good Food, he has been sharing his chef know-how.

What do chefs cook for Christmas?

Festive fare on a packed Christmas table: a festive slow-roast honey goose, perfect roast potatoes, kale with toasted brazil nuts and bacon, a walnut and apricot stuffing loaf, and whole shallots with red wine. Photograph: Dan Jones/Guardian If you’ve ever wondered what chefs cook for Christmas, this is it!