Masterchef winner Kenny Tutt won the famous BBC food programme in 2018. He now runs Tutt’s Street Food and Ox Block in Brighton.
“Deglaze the pan with a generous splash of white wine.
“Cook for two minutes making sure to scrape off any caramelised bits and then pass the liquid into a large saucepan.
“Add a spoonful of good gravy powder and red currant jelly with a splash of water and reduce for five to 10 minutes to your desired thickness while stirring regularly for a perfect gravy.
“For a little extra luxury, stir in a knob of butter.”
What roast is complete without a Yorkshire pudding?
Although it is traditionally served with beef, the side is a part of many people’s Christmas dinner.
Chefs at British YouTube cooking channel SORTEDfood discussed how to make the best Yorkshire’s, serving up the ultimate Yokrshire pudding recipe tips.
Head chef Ben Ebbrell gave Express.co.uk his top tips.
This included the “perfect” ratio of ingredients.