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Macey78 Wed 11-Nov-15 20:59:52

We have decided to exclude meat from our Christmas dinner. Any suggestions of meat free alternative to the meat. I have tried anything roast not sure where the recipe was from but it didn't taste very nice and had to drown it in gravy.

Mummyoftwo91 Thu 12-Nov-15 09:28:03

What about some type of vegetarian Wellington like this could make it the night before too and just bake on the day

IHaveBrilloHair Thu 12-Nov-15 09:32:26

mushroom and chestnut pudding
I have made them and they are gorgeous

iamEarthymama Thu 12-Nov-15 09:35:48

Rose Elliot's Christmas book is really good, we have been having her Festive Nut Wellington for 18 years!
Other family members usually have a Quorn, mushroom and chestnut pie
We also cook a Quorn roast as we like that in sandwiches.
You need to browse for recipes, there are loads of suggestions out there.
Farmer's market and food fayres at Christmas time often have vegetarian dishes on offer.
Practice over the next few meals when you are having a roast dinner with gravy and you will find your ideal meal.

Macey78 Thu 12-Nov-15 09:56:10

Thanks everyone for your suggestions.

LeotardoDaVinci Thu 12-Nov-15 09:59:40

This looks impressive and is not difficult.

Tuiles Thu 12-Nov-15 10:09:10

M&S do a lovely seasonal nut and cranberry roast but I couldn't find it last year - fingers crossed they stock it this year!

lastqueenofscotland Thu 12-Nov-15 12:16:05

What's really nice if you caramelise some shallots, bake some butternut squash and. Blend together with a lot of mature cheddar and wendslydale (spelling disaster there) wrap in puff pastry and bake.

Macey78 Fri 13-Nov-15 15:47:05

Hmm yum some really delicious suggestions here. Thanks everyone.

Cookingongas Fri 13-Nov-15 18:48:39

I'm making this for vegetarian Christmas dinner this year.

Drladybird Tue 17-Nov-15 21:36:38

I've made this a few times for my vegetarian and non-veggie family. It tends to go down well (and is also wheat free which can be unusual for nut roasts...)

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