Gordon Ramsay 3 Christmas Dishes to Prepare in Advance

Gordon Ramsay is a celebrity chef known for his delicious and inventive recipes. If you’re planning a Christmas dinner and want to get ahead of the game, here are three Christmas dishes from Gordon Ramsay that you can prepare in advance: ( also see Gordon Ramsay How To Master 5 Basic Cooking Skills)

We’ve raided the archives for 3 Ramsay festive delights – pork, apricot and pistachio stuffing, caramelized cranberry & apple sauce, and mint chocolate truffles.

Mulled Wine

Mulled wine is a classic Christmas drink perfect for warming up on a cold winter night. To prepare in advance, combine the wine, spices, and sugar in a large pot and simmer until the flavors have melded together. Allow the mixture to cool and store in the refrigerator until ready to serve. To serve, gently reheat the wine and serve with a cinnamon stick for garnish.

Red Cabbage

Red cabbage is a festive and colorful side dish that pairs well with roasted meats and poultry. To prepare in advance, sauté the cabbage with onions, apples, and spices until tender. Allow the mixture to cool and store in the refrigerator until ready to serve. To reheat, place the cabbage in a pot and gently warm over medium heat, stirring occasionally.

Cranberry Sauce

Cranberry sauce is a classic Christmas condiment that adds a pop of color and tangy sweetness to the meal. To prepare in advance, simply combine fresh cranberries, sugar, orange zest, and spices in a pot and simmer until the cranberries burst and the mixture thickens. Allow the sauce to cool and store in the refrigerator until ready to serve. To serve, gently reheat the sauce and transfer it to a serving dish.

Overall, by preparing these dishes in advance, you can save time and stress on Christmas day and enjoy a delicious and festive meal with your loved ones.

Last Updated on October 13, 2023 by John Siracusa

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  • John Siracusa

    Hi, I'm John. I've worked in the Food Service industry for over 25 years, working in my family's business. Cooking for me has always been an art infused with traditions. My career was inspired by Hell's Kitchen, the West Side of Manhattan, which has one of New York City's best independent restaurant communities. I also admire Gordon Ramsay's no-nonsense approach to always being your best.

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