It’s a simple question: Which foods should you eat on Christmas Eve?
But which dishes should be avoided?
Here are our top 10 picks for the most nutritious, least spicy and most flavourful dishes on Christmas eve.
A spiced potato is a popular choice for those who prefer a milder flavour, while a sweet potato is more flavourful.
Read more The spiced potatoes are often referred to as “pancakes”, and are often dipped in a mixture of cinnamon, cardamom and cloves.
They are often served alongside a traditional turkey gravy, and the spice makes them a great way to spice up any dish.
The cinnamon-sweet potato gravy is a favourite of holidaymakers, and is often made with spices and other ingredients.
It is traditionally served with gingerbread cookies, and has been eaten on the occasion of Christmas since the 1700s.
The sweet potato also makes a lovely side dish with a good egg and ham scramble.
A spicy potato is typically served with a spiced turkey gravy.
Spicy peppers are another popular choice on Christmas, and they’re often used to flavour a range of dishes.
They can be added to dishes, or topped with an herb and garnished with a fried egg.
Some restaurants also serve these on Christmas.
If you prefer a less spicy option, try a sweet potatoes and a spicy pepper gravy.
It’s easy to make, and it tastes great!
The egg and sausage gravy is another favourite on Christmas and the turkey gravy is also a popular option.
The spicy potatoes and the sausage gravy both make a great side dish.
This is another dish you can make in a few minutes.
If a sausage gravy doesn’t appeal to you, you can always try a mild version, such as a turkey gravy or a sweet onion gravy.
This recipe makes enough gravy for two people to enjoy.
This dish can be made on Christmas with one pot, or you can cook a mixture into a smaller quantity and then freeze it for later.
You can also freeze leftover gravy to reheat in a pot over a stovetop, or serve it as a side dish on Christmas Day.
Some people prefer the turkey-sausage gravy on Christmas morning, but it’s best served with gravy, rather than a turkey.
You’ll also want to check the ingredients on the side to see which ones are best to avoid.
The turkey-egg and sausage are also a good way to prepare these dishes, but they aren’t always available on Christmas in the UK.
It may be easier to prepare the turkey sausage on Christmas day if you’ve got a large pot or you know someone who can cook it.
If not, try making this on Christmas night, or the next day if your cooking skills are limited.
Try serving these dishes with a sweet sauce on Christmas evening, and then adding some dried cranberries or dried cranberry sauce.
A Christmas tree cake is another option, but be careful to be careful with what you eat!
It’s best to eat it without sugar, and if it’s not a traditional Christmas meal, try serving it in a sweet dish, or with a cinnamon sauce.
Here’s what you can expect on Christmas: Vegetables: You’ll be surprised at the variety of vegetables you’ll find on Christmas dinner.
Some vegetables are more common than others, and some varieties are more traditional than others.
Some may even be more traditional on Christmas than on other days of the year.
Some will be eaten more than once, while others are eaten more once and less often than others!
The following vegetables are some of the more common varieties on Christmas afternoon: broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, caulking, celery, collard greens, kale, lettuce, onion, parsnips, spinach, turnips, turnip greens, zucchini, tomatoes, potatoes, watercress, zuchini and spinach.
Beans: Some beans will be prepared in a similar way to that of a salad.
Some beans are usually cooked on the stovetop rather than in a crockpot, and are usually made with water or broth.
Others are cooked in a slow cooker, and can be cooked over very low heat, such that they won’t overcook.
These are often the most popular beans on Christmas dinners.
If your beans aren’t ready to eat, they may still be good to enjoy on Christmas as a main meal.
Beans can also be served with some other traditional dishes, such a fried rice with a dash of curry powder or a stir-fry.
You may also want some roasted pumpkin, which can be boiled and used as a filling for baked potatoes, or used to make a soup.
Eggs: Eggs are often prepared on Christmas evenings and eaten with gravy.
You won’t be surprised to find a range from egg whites to yolks, so it’s easy for you to find the perfect egg for Christmas.
You should avoid using egg whites that have a thick consistency, as these may be too sticky to work well in your eggs.