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Christmas Day Vegetarian centrepiece

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Grammar Sat 23-Nov-19 09:17:34

Preferably no mushrooms or Squash, a really nice quiche? Or particularly tasty main dish? Need something really good for 2 family vegetarians as well as the bird.

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AtleastitsnotMonday Sat 23-Nov-19 13:22:33

Not quiche if you intend to serve your regular roast dinner sides, quiche and gravy would be grim. Maybe a veggie wellington or savoury tarte tatin, there is a lovely Waitrose recipe for a beetroot and red onion one.

Grammar Sat 23-Nov-19 13:39:20

Do you think it would be grim? Culinary wise, it would be...I think gravy goes with everything.
Sorry, being flippant.
Thanks, I'll look into the Waitrose recipe.

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Ricekrispie22 Sat 23-Nov-19 14:48:47

Parsnip rosti annajones.co.uk/recipe/christmas-eve-parsnip-rosti-supper
Cauliflower cheese pithivier realfood.tesco.com/recipes/cauliflower-cheese-pithivier.html
Sweet potato and cranberry wreath www.waitrose.com/home/recipes/recipe_directory/t/the-happy-pear-svegansweetpotatoandcranberrywreath.html
Nut roast pie realfood.tesco.com/recipes/nut-roast-pie.html
Stuffed celeriac realfood.tesco.com/recipes/stuffed-celeriac-with-parsnip-cream.html
Cauliflower sformato www.olivemagazine.com/recipes/vegetarian/cauliflower-sformato-with-crispy-kale-and-caramelised-pine-nuts/ - you’ll need to replace the Parmesan with a veggie alternative
Beetroot and red onion tart www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/beetroot-red-onion-tarte-tatin

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Sun 24-Nov-19 00:18:09

Quiche and gravy would be truly revolting.

I've bought a nut roast from Waitrose and stuck it in the freezer. If I was cooking, I'd either make a nut roast or some sort of pie. To be honest though, I'm happy with all the trimmings including lots of stuffing, and don't really need a meat alternative.

Grammar Sun 24-Nov-19 10:10:27

Thank you RiceKrispie and everyone.
RiceKrispie, that was an awesome list. I thank you so much for that effort.

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