Not sure what to plan for this year? Would you like to explore new things? Do you want to try traditional dishes with a modern twist? You may put together your Christmas menus from a variety of our meals, so don’t worry.

Christmas is typically a flurry of activity, including setting up the tree, decorating the house, buying the ideal presents for loved ones, and creating all the recipes we’ve been meaning to try (let’s see if we can finally pull off the traditional Christmas cookie house this year). In addition to all the additional meetings that the month requires of us, there is also the apparent matter of creating the meals for Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve. Let us assist you in relieving some of your stress over the Christmas season. You’ll have enough with this delectable collection of traditional dishes for every Christmas lunch, supper, and dinner.

Have you already planned your Christmas dinner? We understand that planning (and preparing) the meals on this day are complex, therefore we have gathered these delectable and simple-to-follow recipes to aid you. Aim!
Will you surprise your visitors? You’ll succeed with a starting like the onion cockle bites.
Bring seafood to the table, but prepare it uniquely like salmon cake for example!

Here we have one charming Christmas dinner recipe we think you will love!


INGREDIENTS (4 people):
– 270 g of phyllo dough
– 750 g of salmon
– Chopped fresh parsley
– 2 sprigs of fresh tarragon
– 2 lemons
– 2 tablespoons of sliced ​​almonds
– Olive oil
– Salt
– Pepper
1. Set the oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Put a handful of parsley, tarragon, lemon zest, almonds, 3 tablespoons of olive oil, salt, and pepper in a blender; pulse to combine. If there are any salmon bones, remove them and dry the fish well with absorbent paper.
2. Roll out the phyllo dough sheets and lightly oil each one. Additionally, grease a baking dish. Cover completely with phyllo dough, leaving some extra on the sides so you may subsequently seal the cake. In the center, arrange the skinless salmon, then top it with the herb mixture. The phyllo sheets should be carefully packed to resemble a little gift. More olive oil should be applied to the entire surface.
3. Cook for 20 to 30 minutes, or until golden. To serve, take the dish out of the oven and garnish it with a few lemon slices.