No Turkey? No Problem With These Recipes!

Pot Roast Dinner

We’ve heard all about different shortages for the last two years. Toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and now turkeys. Your family is probably expecting a holiday turkey for dinner this year, but it may be a little difficult to get your hands on one. Don’t worry! We have lots of delicious ideas that will add a fun little twist on your holiday this year!

Pot Roast Pork

This delicious pot roast pork recipe creates a rich sticky sauce that keeps your meat from drying out! Using lots of savory spices and flavorful ingredients, this pot roast will have everyone coming back for a second helping! Make sure your pork is boned, skinned, rolled, and tied then add garlic, pepper, thyme, butter, figs, and red onions to really spice things up. Cooking your pot roast pork this way keeps it perfectly soft and juicy – the best way to have it!

Jerk Ham

There is almost nothing better than a hearty glazed ham! Warning: this recipe is extremely addictive. You roast your ham with onion, black peppercorns, and bouquet garni. Then, you create your own glaze and jerk seasoning to get the perfect mixture of sweet and spicy. The leftovers make perfect cold cuts, but don’t count on having any left over. After your holiday guests have a taste of this ham, they will definitely not be able to get enough of it.

Spanish Roast Chicken

This brilliants recipe throws a spicy Spanish spin on roasted chicken! Cooked with potatoes, lemons, and sausage, then dashed with parsley, sea salt, black pepper, and garlic, this chicken recipe is sure to impress! This chicken is super easy to make and can be done in less than two hours. The best part is the potatoes and sausage are basically built-in side dishes so there is much less kitchen clean up when you’re done!

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Whole Roasted Cauliflower

This one is for those looking for a vegetarian option! It is a classic twist on your typical roast recipe. You will need garlic, paprika, thyme, olive oil, and lemon to smother your cauliflower head with! Add in plum tomatoes and flaked almonds to get that added sweet taste with a crunchy texture!

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