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Home / Dinner Recipes / Fuss-free Holiday/Christmas Dinner recipe

Fuss-free Holiday/Christmas Dinner recipe


Steve cooks a fuss-free Christmas dinner that you can cook every year with ease!!!
Steve’s cooking will be back in January 2013 with more fantastic recipes 🙂 Happy holidays everybody
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Video by: stevescooking

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  1. You continue to amaze! I'm definitely trying this soon! I don't eat bacon though. Any suggestions for a reasonable replacement? Thanks Steve and hope you have merry holidays and a fantastic new year!

  2. Thank you…of course, chicken would be great 🙂 Happy Holidays 🙂

  3. Thank you very much…I hope you and your family have a great Holiday season too 🙂

  4. Your very welcome, thank you so much for your kind words, I really enjoy what I do 🙂 a Merry Christmas to you too 🙂

  5. Thank you and your welcome 🙂 Happy Holidays to you too 🙂

  6. Thank you, glad you liked it 🙂 Happy Holidays 🙂

  7. Thank you very much, Happy Holiday to you 🙂

  8. Thank you, turkey bacon would be a good replacement…Happy Holidays to you too 🙂

  9. Same to you steve, have a wonderful Christmas

  10. Beautiful place steve. Love the simplicity of your show. Watch out for mine next year

  11. ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh so yummmmmmmm

  12. You are the most welcome, hope you enjoy with your happy holiday2;) do your fantastic merry holiday in new year;)I wish everything will be the best for u,amin

  13. Fantastic dinner Steve , Im ready to tuck in ….LOL….Merry Christmas and Happy New Year……!!!

  14. lol…..Thanks Bow, And a merry Christmas and a Happy new year to you and yr family 🙂

  15. Wow! This video make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside! This meal is definitely Christmasy! =)

  16. Merry Christmas Steve. What an absolutely fantastic looking holiday dinner. After watching this I'll be shopping for chestnuts. See you in 2013.

  17. Thank you very much 🙂 sure, you can use walnuts….Happy holidays 🙂

  18. Yes, I love this time of year 🙂 thank you for watching..happy Christmas 🙂

  19. Merry Christmas to you too 🙂 thank you very much for watching 🙂

  20. beautiful, as always Steve! A very merry Christmas to you and yours!!!

  21. Thank you so much….you and your family have a great Christmas also 🙂

  22. Happy Christmas Steve and family

  23. The stuffing looked out-of-this-world delicious. Also, nice to see you using two under-appreciated vegetables, parsnips and turnips.

  24. Stunning. I love all the intro shots…so beautiful and festive! Happy holidays.

  25. Happy Christmas to you toooo 🙂 thank you 🙂

  26. Thank you….I love parsnips & turnip especially mashed or roasted 🙂

  27. Hey thank you….Happy holidays to you 🙂

  28. Another amazing dinner! Thank you, Steve.

  29. I've never sen such beautiful camera shots before O.O

  30. Very kind of you to say…thank you 🙂

  31. Thank you buddy..I appreciate it 🙂

  32. steve your movies, editing and cooking are in a whole other league here on you tube. You should be on TV. Love your work!

  33. Thank you Kelly, very nice comment, thank you so much 🙂

  34. Your welcome..thanks for watching 🙂

  35. lol.. I'm glad you found me too, keep watching for more recipes 🙂 thank you

  36. How many pounds was that turkey? Looks great.

  37. It was around 3…thanks 🙂

  38. Amazing dish. I could of just had the first dish alone as side dish after it was done wilting down the Spinach lol. But the entire dish just Amazing with technique and roasting the vegetables.

    One the things that appeals to me about your cooking was something that appealed to me a long time ago a bit back in the day. I think it was in the 80's and maybe some of the 90's too there used to be a TV Cooking Show that might have been on PBS called "Great Chefs of" and it be like a NY, Seattle, DC, London, etc. Great Chefs of the East or West, Americas, New Orleans etc. And i used to love watching it. It just showcased Great Chefs who cooked mind blowing dishes, food I had never seen at Fine Restaurants and Resorts around the world cooking amazing dishes. And it was all about the dish.

    I used to find it inspiring to really watch the PBS series "Great Chefs of…" and maybe learn something interesting that helped me in the kitchen as well. I even used to tape the show on VHS lol we had back then too because it was awesome. It went on Discovery Channel at one point i think and got more international. At some point the show went off the air. I think that was all before Food Network and all that too. Watching you cook fills a need to be inspired and learn how to cook simple things great, with elegance, great technique and understanding as well presentation. And just like the old Great Chefs of… show i used to love way back when, you remind me much of that too and why i enjoy watching you cook and in a more modern and updated way as well. Keep inspiring.

  39. I made the stuffing last Christmas and it was amazing

  40. Hi Steve. I love how you put together your videos. Thanks for sharing. Your videos are fast and visually pleasing. (The British accent helps, too!) But will you have sympathy on us busy American cooks and also include the number of cups for the items you are cooking? Unfortunately, a scale is not a standard piece of kitchen equipment in most American homes. Since I wanted to use the recipe before I could decide on which scale to buy, I converted the grams to pounds, etc.., measured everything by weight at the grocery store. Nevertheless, here is what happened.

    On the stuffing: I ended up throwing the whole thing out. Two things may have affected that issue; one, expectations for a traditional taste and two, difficulties trying to visually judge the percentage of bread to use from a 24 oz loaf. Consequently, if and when I try this again, I will get a scale and possibly not even choose to use the sour dough bread or the spinach. I figure, either it was these ingredients made it taste a bit off (sour) or there was not enough broth for the amount of bread I used. I am assuming it was the incorrectly measured amount of bread I used. Having never made stuffing from scratch before, it was hard to know how wet it should have been.

    For an ingredient like bread, the number of cups is just way easier if you don't have a scale. And with the turkey dish, what would be so wrong with telling us to buy one large or two medium parsnips? Even though I weighed mine, it just seemed weird to be feeding five-six people one parsnip.

    The bottom line is that, this dish may have tasted much more to my liking if I had been given American measurements on the bread.