Serving vegetarian sides at Christmas lunch is a great way to cater to the non-meat eaters in your life without depriving the meat lovers of a tasty Christmas roast.
Try this delicious butternut dish for your special family meals and every other day too.
Cut butternut into halves, lengthways and remove pips and scoop out the flesh. Place the halves, cut sides facing upwards, and flesh into an ovenproof dish. Season with salt and black pepper and cook in the oven until soft.
Cook Fry’s Schnitzels in oil until golden brown (can be baked in an oven) or by following instructions on pack. Allow schnitzels to cool down and then cut into strips and set aside. Prepare mixed vegetables (can be fried or boiled as per preference) and season with rosemary and salt.
In a large bowl mix schnitzels, mixed vegetables, margarine and almonds. When the butternut is ready, allow it to cool down and brush the hollows with agave and cinnamon and add in the stuffing. Add a layer of cheese over the stuffing and garnish with coriander.
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Recipe courtesy of Fry Family Foods and Kyle Buckingham