Christmas: 5 unconventional foods for the holiday

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Anna Potatoes

Because not everytime Jollof rice and swallow.

People who have to work on Christmas Eve or Christmas day can be spared the conventional Jollof rice cooking and opt for these menus.

These alternative Christmas menus are a bit special and easy enough to make in less time.

1. Seafood Christmas Dinner

 

In many parts of the world, it's traditional to serve seafood at Christmas. Why not try it too? Heat up some seafood speciality for your loved ones and they would never forget the experience.

Try frying or baking shrimps, crabs, fish e.t.c and be blown away.

2. Anna Potatoes

 

Anna potato is a classic French dish of sliced, layered potatoes cooked in a very large amount of melted butter.

The recipe calls for firm-fleshed potatoes and butter only. Potatoes are peeled and sliced very thin then baked so they're creamy inside with a crisp exterior.

3. Burgers

 

You would be surprised by how many people just want to eat a burger on Christma day.

Get your patties out and roast away as you prepare fresh yummy burgers for guest with a side of chips.

4. Roast Beef With Slow-Cooked Tomatoes and Garlic

 

You only need four main ingredients, and your oven does all the work.

All four ingredient, the beef, grape tomatoes, garlic cloves, and thyme roast together in one pan for about an hour for medium-rare meat, and you’re done. When the beef is cooked to your liking, let it rest for 10 minutes before slicing so it stays nice and juicy.

5.  Pasta

 

Century old pasta should do the work on Christmas day. Spaghetti or Macaroni? Doesn't really matter. Spice it up with everything edible you can lay hands on.

Have a splendid holiday!