How to make Christmas food simple! Spend less time in the kitchen this Christmas with these 5 festive food hacks. Whilst keeping your hosting game on point, of course!
KEEP THE FESTIVE DRINKS FLOWING
Fill your home with the festive smell of mulled wine throughout the day. With a Slow Cooker, you can keep your mulled wine at the perfect drinking temperature without worrying about leaving it on the hob.
BRING ON THE BAKING
A Compact Food Processor should be your favourite kitchen companion when it comes to preparing any sweet treats. It will save you a lot of time (and arm ache) when making doughs, cake batters or even pastry with its high-performance blades. So that’s your gingerbread biscuits, mince pies and pudding covered!
SIMPLIFY YOUR STARTER
You can’t go wrong with a homemade soup to start your Christmas dinner. For a super smooth texture, use a Hand Blender to blend the ingredients together. The hand blender allows you to blend in the pan you’re already cooking in, so you don’t need to worry about transferring to a blending jug- simply plug in and blend (that’s less washing up too!). You can even prepare a soup in advance and simply warm it up on the day.
MAKE ROOM IN THE OVEN
When cooking the biggest meal of the year, there’s often a struggle for oven space. Save yourself the stress with the addition of a Multi Cooker to your kitchen this Christmas! With a large 4L cooking pot, you can use it for cooking additional meat and vegetables. It’s also handy to have around for cooking big family dinners pre and post-Christmas!
BEAT THE BOXING DAY BLUES
You’ve done the hard part and pulled off an incredible Christmas dinner, so make Boxing Day your day to put your feet up and join in the fun! Cook off a casserole or curry using your leftovers in a Slow Cooker and use the keep warm setting so everyone can help themselves!
With the James Martin by WAHL kitchen appliances, cooking up a Christmas feast for your guests can be quick and easy.