It’s no secret that cooking is better is a better kitchen, that’s why Tinello is leading the way this Christmas with their beautiful appliances and well-designed kitchens.
With food one of the most important parts of the festive season, we’re giving you three recipes for the big day and those that come after it.
Honey roasted parsnips
Simple and exactly what it says in the title.
All you need to do is preheat the oven to 200C/400F/Gas 6 (which takes no time at all with Tinello), then place the parsnips into a baking tray. Cover them with some honey and a dash of sherry, before roasting them for 10 minutes – turning them – and then roasting them for 10 minutes once more.
When they’re golden brown they are ready, so season with salt and black pepper and put them on the table.
2. Pigs in blankets
Preheat that oven again to 200°C/fan180°C/ gas 6 then, using the back of a knife, stretch rashers of bacon to double their length before cutting them in half. Aside from the bacon, season each sausage with rosemary and a brushing of oil before wrapping the bacon around it.
Place in a roasting tin and cook for 10 minutes, then drizzle with that same honey and turn to coat it well. A further 10 minutes until sticky and golden brown and you’ve got yourself a treat for the meat eaters around your Christmas table.
3. The Boxing Day sandwich
A favourite for those who gather around the TV the day after Christmas to watch all the football, this is the Boxing Day essential. All you need is your leftover turkey, veg, some gravy and some bread.
Get that oven on whilst you butter the bread, then, dunking each piece in just a little gravy on it’s way, place the turkey on top of each slice. Next, get some stuffing involved as well as the vegetables you desire, chopping each new item finely enough to it into this masterpiece. Cook the whole lot in the oven wrapped in foil for about 6-8 minutes, before unwrapping, reopening and garnishing with cranberry sauce.
Now get in front of the TV and eat this down whilst watching the football. Cleaning your Tinello kitchen can wait…