The goal of this type of business is to offer pre-made dinners specially prepared for this event.
By Marissa Sánchez
The climax of a Christmas Eve or a New Year’s gathering is precisely the moment when almost midnight arrives. Family members approach the table to enjoy a dinner specially prepared for the occasion.
Keeping the record of these events demands an impeccable table and unforgettable meal. But not everyone has enough time to spend several hours preparing dinner. Less after the epic journey of Christmas shopping and the many commitments associated with those dates.
Why not use this moment to do something? It also offers a ready-to-go dinner at home on Christmas Eve and New Year, where the rules of healthy distance due to the COVID-19 pandemic are used and adhered to.
Don’t forget to follow the hygiene rules due to the COVID-19 pandemic / Image: Depositphotos.com
The goal of this type of business is to offer pre-made dinners specially prepared for this event. Ideally, you have two options for your customers: take-away delivery and home delivery.
Although there is a wide variety of starters and side dishes to choose from, the main course is usually turkey, accompanied by its filling and some salads. Another classic preparation is cod. So spend most of your time preparing these dishes.
The history of the Christmas kitchen is extremely rich. Each region and ethnic group produces dishes with special characteristics and flavors. Use this to give the preparation of your dishes a regional touch.
It is important to think about drinks and desserts for dinner. In this case the stroke is classic. As in many dishes of foreign origin, Mexican cuisine has given this drink its own personality. A large amount of fruits of the time such as tejocotes, lime or guava is added to tea with raisins and rum.
Buñuelos are a traditional dish for dessert that also has local features. Perhaps don’t forget it as a gift with your home deliveries.