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Tuesday 18th December 2018

Enjoy Christmas with succulent Welsh Lamb!

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Nothing says Christmas indulgence more than succulent and delicious Welsh Lamb – but don’t worry, even if you’re committed to your turkey on the big day itself, we’ve thought of plenty of other ways you can enjoy it throughout the holidays. From main meals through to helpful batch cooking and party food, Welsh Lamb really is the gift that keeps on giving…


Christmas Carvery Leg of Welsh Lamb with Winter Spice and Pears: The rich and warming taste of Welsh Lamb, paired with festive flavours like cinnamon, fruit and mixed spice, makes this roast perfect for Christmas day if you’re looking for something a little bit different this year.

Christmas Welsh Lamb Wellington: When you add delicious buttery golden pastry, cranberries and port to Welsh Lamb, you’re onto something really special. This mouth-watering wellington would make a memorable dinner for friends and family – and there’s plenty of scope for you to get creative with decorative pastry holly leaves and stars too!

Fruity Welsh Lamb Curry with Christmas Spices and Mango: We’ve given one of the nation’s favourite dishes a seasonal twist. The longer you leave this Welsh Lamb curry after you make it, the deeper and richer the flavour gets – so make sure you cook plenty so you can enjoy it all over again as a quick and easy leftovers meal once you get tired of cooking and washing up!

Welsh Lamb Christmas Crackers and Boxing Day Platter: We love party food at Christmas, and these two fun little recipes are bound to make your spread stand out. Move quick, or they’ll all be gone by the time you get to the table!

Inspired to make more (Christmas) magic in the kitchen? Just visit our recipes page and filter recipes by ‘Christmas’ for even more of our festive favourites!

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