Marcus Rashford and Tom Kerridge create £10 Christmas dinner that will feed SIX – as Manchester United star reveals his mum Melanie often used food banks for family’s festive meal
TV chef Kerridge, 48, demonstrated how to prepare a turkey Christmas Day feast for just £10 using Healthy Start vouchers in a TV cook-a-long on Sunday morning.
Rashford and Kerridge’s Full Time Meals project shared the recipe for the cut-price festive dish that includes a turkey roll with stuffing and tray bake veggies.
축구선수, who received an MBE for leading the fight against child poverty last year from 프린스 윌리엄 ...에서 윈저 성 11 월, said his own mother, Melanie had been forced to visit food banks over Christmas to feed her two sons.
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The Manchester United striker, 24, pictured in November with his mum Melanie Maynard, has teamed up with chef Tom Kerridge to create a £10 turkey roll and roast veggie Christmas dinner that will feed six people
Rashford told the Sun that his mum often relied on food banks to feed Marcus and his brother Sam for Christmas dinner when he was younger
Kerridge created the recipe for the two meals, which cost less than £10 if used with Rashford’s Healthy Start food vouchers
A Boxing Day recipe of potato and carrot hash with fried eggs uses leftovers. The two meals cost less than £10 if used with Rashford’s Healthy Start food vouchers – but only £12 to £13 if you haven’t got access to the voucher scheme.
Rashford told 태양: ‘Mum often relied on the food bank for Christmas dinner. She was working three jobs. She was doing her best.
HOW TO MAKE TOM KERRIDGE’S £10 CHRISTMAS DINNER FOR SIX
600 grams of turkey breast steaks
400 grams of sausage meat
1/2 packet of sage and onion stuffing
1 savoy cabbage
Salt and pepper
1). Lay the turkey breasts flat out on a layer of cling film and cover with another layer of film, bash the turkey with a saucepan to create an even layer
2). Mix the sausage meat and stuffing together
3). Remove the top layer of the cling film from the turkey and sprinkle on some gravy granules and the zest of half an orange
Chef Tom Kerridge took home cooks through how to make the £10 Christmas dinner on the Instagram page of Full Time Meals
The meal takes around an hour to make, with the turkey and the veg traybaked while the greens are fried
4). Lay the stuffing and sausage mix over the turkey and roll it up neatly in the cling film – like a large sausage. Rest in the fridge
5). Peel and cut all the veg and chop them up, add a sprinkling of salt and some vegetable oil and put them into the oven for ten minutes
6). Add the turkey roll – now unwrapped – to the top of the tray for 45 의사록
7). To make the gravy: Add two mugs of water into a saucepan and bring to the boil before adding 8 teaspoons of gravy granules
8). Baste the turkey with some of the gravy and return to the oven for 10 ...에 15 의사록
9). Prep the greens. Fry the sprouts in vegetable oil with a pinch of salt. Stir after 2 and a half minutes, then add the cabbage and fry for 8 의사록
10). Serve up your Christmas dinner
‘We didn’t have a lot but we had each other, and mum wanted to make sure we had a Christmas dinner on the table. We would go and pick it up on Christmas Eve.’
He said that there would be a ‘massive queue’ for the food but that it was ‘all prepped and ready to go’.
The footballer was recognised by the palace in November for his campaign last summer to ensure no child in need went hungry, which forced the Government into a U-turn over providing free school meal vouchers for 1.3million children during the summer holidays.
Leftovers from the cut-price Christmas dinner even includes a Boxing Day recipe of potato and carrot hash with egg (사진)
Footballer received MBE, 24, for leading the fight against child poverty last year from Prince William at Windsor Castle in November
Following the MBE service at Windsor Castle in November, 래쉬포드가 말했다: ‘I’m trying to give children the things I didn’t have when I was kid. If I did have, I would have been much better off and had many more options in my life.’
Speaking after the Windsor Castle investiture ceremony, the striker said he would be giving his MBE to his mother who raised him and his four brothers and sisters.
그는 말했다: ‘It seems like there’s a lot going on but for me to put it in the simplest way – I’m trying to give children the things I didn’t have when I was kid. If I did have, I would have been much better off and had many more options in my life.
‘I’m just giving them the opportunity and I think they deserve the opportunity what child doesn’t. 나를 위해, it’s a punishment for them not to be getting things like meals or supplies of books.
‘And if we can all come together to make these small change – they are small changes but they become big changes once you see the rewards of it – I see a generation that’s coming after me as a very special generation.’