Make cooking Christmas dinner easier with Panasonic

After buying a house and moving out from my parent’s home back in June, I’ve developed a love for baking and cooking. One thing that I’ve realised I love cooking is a roast dinner. But, when I do a roast, I do it properly and I go big, even it’s just me and Liam that I’m cooking for. I’m talking crispy roast potatoes, loads of stuffing, yorkshire puddings, honey roasted vegetables, normal vegetables and meat. Oh, and a dessert of course. Now, I don’t think that a roast is a difficult meal to cook. Once you’ve mastered the timings, you’re good to go. However, one thing that I do find hard is fitting it all in. With our kitchen being on the smaller side we can only fit in a double oven which is what has inspired me to look at the combination microwave oven by Panasonic.

Although we’re not hosting Christmas day here, we do have family over to celebrate the start of the festive activities on Christmas Eve and how I’ll fit everything in the oven at once has been stressing me out a little bit as I’m planning on doing a roast/Christmas dinner. Because, can you ever really have too many Christmas dinners? Nope. I’d heard of a combination microwave oven before but hadn’t ever really given them much thought. Mainly because I’ve never needed to before now and overnight I’ve turned into an adult who actually enjoys looking at things like this. Anyway, back to the point, the combination microwave oven can cook pretty much anything from roast pork to roast potatoes which takes the stress out of living with a single oven and cooking for a whole bunch of people.

Not only can the combination microwave oven by Panasonic cook a Christmas dinner but it also retains vitamins in the food whilst doing so and therefore keeping meals healthier. That’s definitely an excuse to pig out on loads of desserts…right? Oh, and if you’re looking to make a dessert with in the combination microwave oven too, you can and there’s a whole selection of recipes for this here. Not that I’m trying to encourage you to eat your body weight in food this Christmas or anything like that (I totally am).

Panasonic Roast Potatoes

*This post has been sponsored by Panasonic. All images have been taken from The Ideas Kitchen.