Hello everyone.I'm Jones, a JEEPA certified English coach.
How are you doingToday in Melbourne it is cloudy and the current temperature is 17 degrees Celsius.
What is the climate of everyone in the Northern Hemisphere like?Anyway, it's finally Christmas today!At our household, we roasted turkey this year and took it to my husband's parents' house and we had a Christmas lunch with the whole family there.
Last night we prepared the stuffing ingredients for the turkey and put it in the oven this morning.
Usually we roast a duck every year, but this year it was our first time to roast turkey.
Christmas is the most important day of the year, so the responsibility was serious. So, I chose to show a video which is by Jamie Oliver, a famous British chef for this week's blog.
Do you know Jamie?https://www.jamieoliver.com/videos/fail-safe-roast-turkey-jamie-oliver/
It didn't have Japanese subtitles, but how was it?
It looks like the important thing about roasting meat is:
The weight of the meat and the time to roast,
Time to rest after roastingThere are many types of stuffing too.
At our home, we make stuffing with my mother-in-law's recipe every year.
She makes English-style stuffing.
(It's different from Jamie's recipe ...)Mother-in-law stuffing recipe (recipe for one chicken):
A loaf of bread with the crust removed
One onion, chopped
2 tablespoons of sage
2 tablespoons of time
Shredded cheese 1/2 cup
Appropriate amount of salt and pepper
1 tablespoon of melted butter
2 tablespoons of milkPut ↑ in a bowl, mix and stuff. The amount you put in depends on the size of the bird, but it is the same material for turkeys and ducks.
This year it's a turkey, so a little more than usual is needed.My mother-in-law made roast pork, steamed vegetables, cauliflower cheese, bread sauce, etc. in addition to the Christmas table setting.
The finished product looks like this.
We had them with gravy.
My brother-in-law was in charge of dessert and made trifle and brownies.
After exchanging gifts, we were able to finish the Christmas lunch safely. yay Well then,
I wish you have or had a very Merry Christmas