Wednesday, 12 December 2018

What's On Your Christmas Menu?


Christmas is coming in a couple of weeks. Everywhere at the shopping malls and eateries I see Christmas trees, big and small. But no, I have not been invited to any Christmas parties yet. Bah!

Nah, it is alright because I am admittedly not a party person. I'm pretty boring actually, preferring to stay at home instead of having a night out. 

So for those of you hosting a Christmas party, what are you cooking and/or baking? (Or are you outsourcing hah..hah...)

With that in mind, I have decided to write a post that takes very little effort. I shall suggest to you what to cook/bake/roast, OK?

Easy stuff, I promise.

Roast Chicken #1


24 comments:

  1. Impressive menu! Blessed Christmas

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  2. Yeah, I'll have a Christmas gathering with my siblings and still thinking what to cook or what to tapao, LOL

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    1. Still got time. I always choose the easy ones hah..hah...

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  3. Not going to hold any party this year. Used to do it twice, I cooked for both occasion.

    This year, hubby said to have Christmas meal outside. We shall see.

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    1. So much more convenient to eat put. No need to sweat in the kitchen.

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  4. Ah, delicious food you have listed here in this post. Why don't you host a Christmas party for your family with these dishes. I am sure that they would love it.

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    1. Oh no. So tiring lah LOL! I am gearing up for Chinese New Year. Gotta conserve my strength for that. LOL!

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  5. Oh dear!!! I have not given it a thought! Maybe we will go for some Christmas dinner outside, we'll see.

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  6. Ah, your suggestions make a complete meal...got main, got salad, got potatoes, got dessert. ^_~ I agree, when hosting parties at home, roast chicken is definitely the fail-safe main as it is a very 'forgiving' protein to cook...you can't overcook it like steak! Yup...easy stuff...until the last one...a whole cake? O_o Nowadays when I hear the words 'cook for Christmas parties'...I cringe! >_< P/S: That must be one of the saddest aka poorest decorated trees I've had seen! :D

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    1. I know.... It can be very stressful cooking for a party. That tree was at Bookxcess@Starling hee..hee...

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  7. i have no christmas parties to attend either! will just be going out for a few family dinners and friendly reunion lunches at several eateries in kl, and it looks like there'll be roast turkey on the menus - i hope the turkeys will be as tasty as your roast chicken recipes! :)

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    1. A small dinner with family and friend is the best bet. I prefer a more intimate setting rather than a big bash. Strangely, I have yet to eat turkey!

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  8. We're hosting a neighborhood gathering on Saturday, yikes! I'm making a beef tenderloin and a couple desserts. To make it easy, everyone is bringing a heavy appetizer. Love all your suggestions---there are a couple salads that caught my eye, and we love those smashed potatoes!

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    1. Beef tenderloin and desserts sound fantastic! A potluck is the best way to go :)

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  9. impressive and colorful! im drooling here....

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  10. Such beautiful & yummy inspiration, dear! xoxo

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  11. WalauEh!! Your menu made me lau nuar! Please invite me to your Christmas dinner and I will come as Santa Claus!

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    1. LOL! I am not into parties so poor Santa Claus got to go to other people's house hah..hah...

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  12. Wah! I love your delicious Christmas menu. Haven't thought of Christmas dinner yet. Wait and see first. Lol!

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    1. Best to eat out I think. All the washing up I feel so tired LOL!

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