Christmas food is part of the big days. People are excited on gifts under the Christmas tree but they are also very excited on the foods as well. Ther...
Christmas food is part of the big days. People are excited on gifts under the Christmas tree but they are also very excited on the foods as well. There are many stories how good food join the family and how good foods during Christmas safe so many people. There are also people who serve traditional menus, modern foods, and people who hold party commonly serve finger menus as well. Which one you will serve depends on how you plan your Christmas and your cooking ability as well.
Now, let us take a look on those groups of Christmas menus.
During this holiday, much big, and especially traditional family, cook traditional Christmas foods. A dinner will be considered as elegant and rich as well when the family serve this menu.
Several popular dishes are included on it. They are roasted goose or turkey, Christmas cake that commonly goes with icing and marzipan, Satsuma’s, nuts, chestnuts, sweets, mulled wine, and also Christmas pudding. Of course, there is a long history of the tradition. However, many modern families also serve modern dishes for more stylish look. Your choice is up to you. You still have alternatives tough for the menu.
We also know about finger foods. We find it most on parties. If you hold a Christmas dinner, you can serve Christmas finger foods before the dinner begins. Truffles, mini quiches, antipasto, granny’s sugar cookie, sausage balls, pecan pie cupcakes or muffins, hello dollies, dinner rolls, ginger bread, and several other choices are great and too teasing to be missed by your guests.
You may want to restock the ingredients before the Christmas season or you will need to make bigger effort to get them. Now plan your dinner, and serve your guest with the most delicious and your own choice of Christmas food.