When it comes to Christmas dinner we've all got our favourites, and according to a recent survey conducted by ASDA, some foods are much more preferred than others.
Christmas is the perfect time to pile your roast dinner plate high with all your favourite festive treats, from Yorkshire puds to pigs in blankets, and roast potatoes to Brussel sprouts, but some choices are much more popular than others.
A recent survey of 2,000 Brits conducted by ASDA revealed that the classic roast potato takes the top spot over a traditional roast turkey, stuffing and even Christmas pudding.
Most popular Christmas foods
The classic, crispy roast potatoes came in 1st place on the list of most popular foods! But are you really surprised? Loved by all, this vegetarian side dish couldn't be easier to make as the perfect side to your main Christmas dish. Try our recipe for the perfect potatoes every time!
Get the recipe: Roast potatoes
Coming in at number 2 of the most popular Christmas foods: carrots! Crunchy, colourful and fresh, your Christmas dinner wouldn't be complete without carrots! This Hairy Biker's recipe for Glazed carrots will quickly become your go to recipe as it is such an easy and delicious dish.
Get the recipe: Glazed Carrots
At number 3 on the list of most popular Christmas foods it's the one, the only, the Turkey! It may have been beaten by potatoes and carrots but the main feature of any Christmas feast couldn't be any further on the list. Our guide on how to cook a turkey will help you wow your friends and family.
Get the recipe: Perfect Turkey
Number 4 on the list is the reason your Christmas dinner isn't dry and plain - it's gravy! Smooth and flavourful, whether you like a drizzle or downpour your Christmas dinner is complete without this classic sauce.
Get the recipe: Gravy
Classic stuffing came in 5th on the list of most popular Christmas foods! What would your dinner be without it? This sage and onion recipe proves that sometimes the simplest of dishes really is the best.
Get the recipe: Sage and onion stuffing