Recipe Card Printable Christmas Themed
You can make a Christmas recipe card with anything. But, it will add value if you cut and draw it by hand. It is also a money saver that if you buy the template from stationery stores. Get ready with your ruler, excess Christmas-themed wrapping paper, glue, 4 x 6 inches paper, coloring equipment, and drawing pen. You need the ruler to cut the edges and measure the arrangements of the content. Using leftover Christmas wrapping is the most money and time saver option. The ideal size of a recipe card is 4 x 6 inches, but you can add the size as you want. Be careful when you cut the paper.
Gingerbread cookies are one of the popular Christmas recipes you can write on the recipe card. You are free to decorate and shape the cookies. Typically, it has a gingerbread man, Christmas tree, and snow figures. It should be crispy and warm from the spices. You will need flour, usually all-purpose flour, spices of ground cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg, baking soda, salt, egg, and vanilla essence, brown sugar, butter, and orange zest for more scent. For the types of equipment, there are cookie cutters, rolling pin, mixer, both stand or hand mixer are found, and piping bag for the decorations. Let's get baking! First, mix all of the dry ingredients, then beat the dough with a mixer and rest the dough in the fridge for 2 hours or overnight. After the long wait, roll and cut the dough and put them on the baking sheet. You have to bake it at 350 F for about 8 to 10 minutes, depending on your oven capacity. Last but not least, decorate the cookies with icing sugar. Enjoy your cookies!
Meat is usually eaten as the main course. There are a lot of options for what kind of meat to cook for Christmas dinner. Most people in the states cook a turkey, ham, goose, and many more. Some cook beef tenderloin, duck, lamb, pork roast, prime rib roast, venison, and fish. You can either, grill, fry, slow cook, add some stuffings, or stir fry all of them. Don't forget to add the vegetables or make it as beef Wellington. Chefs sometimes glaze it with additional condiments. You can turn the meat into pie fillings, as the pie is also part of the Christmas dish. For more aroma, add some spices like ginger, cumin, and so on. Those spices can help to enhance the chewiness of the meat.