Everyone has their favourite Christmas dinner side dishes whether you're a traditionalist going for those classic flavours or an experimentalist looking to mix things up year on year.
Take your pick from the usual favourites like brussel sprouts, mashed or roasted potatoes and add in some variety with saffron cauliflower or a traditional Christmas salad.
Turkey is a mild meat and adapts well to any number of flavours that can compliment the delicate meat. So whatever your choice you'lll find a Christmas dinner side dish in our list below to suit you, your family and your turkey this Christmas.
Kick up your usual boiled brussels with this tasty recipe that calls for white balsamic cream and delicious sweet chestnuts. Even the most ardent of brussel sprout doubters will find it hard to refuse.
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