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Michelin Chefs Cook Christmas in Many Ways

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Michelin Chefs Cook Christmas in Many Ways

With Christmas closing in we’ve decided to use our Michelin Chefs Cook series to focus in on the festive dinner table with some great recipes and resources from some of the world’s best chefs.

Normally with the series we focus on specific ingredients: eggs, chocolate, wine, potato and bacon. However, this time we decided to focus in on the theme of Christmas with a collection of some really useful videos from some really great chefs.

First up if series favourite Heston Blumenthal’s perfect Roast Potatoes - Christmas dinner really isn’t Christmas dinner at all without some perfectly roast spuds and this recipe is sure to impress your guests.

Turkey still seems to be the go to meat of choice when it comes to Christmas dinner and here’s Gordon Ramsay to make sure your turkey doesn’t come out dry.

He also explains how to make a gravy - so all bases are covered.

Those going for chicken, here’s Thomas Keller with his famous roast chicken.

For ham - you can’t miss this bacon recipe from Tom Kerridge, trust us - we’ve tried it.

Here’s a top liver pâté recipe from Raymond Blanc.

Now for some vegetable action. Here’s Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall with a really interesting recipe for onions.

Because we thick veg deserves just as much attention as the meat, here’s wonderful recipe for Cumin and Tarragon Roasted Chantenay Carrots by chef Mark Poynton.

Wine - you’re going to need to consider it and here’s a great video with Michel Roux Jr as he offers up some Christmas wine tips.

Finally, here’s Raymond Blanc again - this time explaining how to make brandy butter and flambé your Christmas pudding.

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