Take a look at Sainsbury's Christmas food range for 2019

Take a look at Sainsbury's Christmas food range for 2019

Posted 15th Nov 2019

Sainsbury's has revealed its Christmas food menu, and it looks delicious…


Is it even Christmas if you don't consume your body weight in Christmas food?

We've filled our summers with fresh salads, zesty bakes and fruity smoothies, but now it's time to get the Christmas jumpers out and serve up something a bit more indulgent and comforting!

Mince pies and Brussels sprouts are just the tip of the festive iceberg as far as we're concerned, because it's all about the main event: Christmas dinner!

But even the thought of serving up a full Christmas dinner from scratch can strike fear into a cook's heart. From getting the turkey right to having your roast potatoes perfectly fluffy, there's a lot of pressure on the Christmas cook. But there doesn't need to be, as, thankfully, we can all lean on the expert chefs and foodies at our beloved supermarkets! 

This year, Sainsbury's has released another all-out Christmas dinner feast for its customers to get their hands on and serve up on the big day. 

Gone are your worries of brining a turkey all through the night and getting the starters out on time, because with Sainsbury's ready-made Christmas food all you need to do is order, collect and cook the pre-prepared food.

Take a look below and see some of our top picks from the Sainsbury's Christmas Food 2019 menu.



Coquilles St Jacques, £9 per pack of four


For a starter that's sure to impress your guests, opt for four of these Coquilles St Jacques!

Featuring a Patagonian scallop covered in a white wine and Parmigiano-Reggiano sauce, surrounded by a buttery mashed potato and topped with a Cheddar and sourdough crumb, all served in a scallop shell, it will definitely give your meal the wow-factor.



Taste the Difference British free-range game hung turkey, £52-£77.87


A Christmas dinner isn't complete without a show-stopping turkey.

When it comes to welfare, this bird is free-range and slow-growing, meaning you'll get a great flavour. Plus, the dry-pluck and game hanging processes will ensure the skin is perfectly crisp.  

Serving between 8 and 12 people, it's great if you've got a crowd coming over, or if you just love those turkey leftovers!



Taste the Difference vegan jewelled root vegetable wreath with mixed berry sauce, £7.50


With a wreath as delicious as this, no veggie or vegan will feel left out!

Made from tasty seasoned root vegetables, including butternut squash, sweet potato, and chestnut, it's the best alternative to your standard nut roast.

To top it all off, this edible wreath is sprinkled with sweet cranberries, pomegranate seeds and crunchy pumpkin seeds, and then drizzled with a sweet berry glaze.



Melting Belgian chocolate billionaires dome


Sure, a Christmas pudding is traditional, but it's not everyone's cup of tea.

If you're looking for a dessert that will please everyone, look no further than this melting Belgian chocolate billionaires dome!

Adding a spot of theatre to the end of your meal, all you need to do is heat the pot of sea-salted caramel sauce and pour it over the chocolate dome, to reveal brownie pieces, rich Belgian chocolate mousse, salted caramel custard and a biscuit base!


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