Unique Christmas Dinner Ideas

T’is the season to cook great food that warms the heart, and we have just the menu for you! This Spanish take on a traditional festive meal contains a hidden ingredient; cannabis. Enjoy the holiday season this year with our seasonal cannabis menu, perfect for amazing your friends and family, making for a night that you’ll never forget. If you’re looking for unique christmas dinner ideas, look no more – all of these recipes contain cannabis!

Make the most out of the season by enjoying a delicious meal full of psychoactive effects. Here at Growbarato.net, we’re constantly reminding consumers to keep in mind that when you cook using cannabis, you’re essentially extracting pure THC and adding it to your meal. This is why we don’t recommend using large dosages; your body processes THC differently when infested, allowing you to absorb much more than when smoked although taking longer for the high to start. Make sure to wait plenty of time after ingesting for the effect to begin.

Our seasonal cannabis menu has three dishes, beginning with a prawn cocktail with cannabis leaves, followed by a meat dish with a delicious chimichurri cannabis sauce. Lastly, for desert, we have a delicious lemon sorbet with cannabis leaves.

Unique Christmas Dinner Ideas – Starter: Prawn Cocktail with Cannabis Leaves

unique christmas dinner ideas

Ingredients (feeds 4):

  • 150g mayonnaise
  • 150g whipped cream
  • 200g skinned, pre-boiled shrimp
  • 3 spoonfuls of chili sauce
  • 1 spoonful of cognac
  • 1 spoonful of sherry
  • 2g toasted cannabis flowers (check out the prep details in our Cooking with Cannabis article)

Prep:

Step 1: Begin the process by mixing your mayonnaise, chili sauce and cannabis flowers in a large bowl. Mix softly until the mixture is smooth in texture.

Step 2: Next, add in your cognac and sherry – mix thoroughly again until it’s smooth and the same color all around. Try and get any lumps out of the mixture. Once it’s mixed, give it a try and add ingredients to taste. Place in the fridge when finished.

Step 3: Now is when you’ll need to place your pre-boiled and skinned shrimp on a tray or around a cocktail glass, depending on your presentation preference. Use a large spoon to cover the shrimp in the sauce you’ve made and your dish is ready to serve! We recommend storing this dish in the fridge until it’s time to serve.

Unique Christmas Dinner Ideas – Main course: Meat Dish with Cannabis Chimichurri Sauce

This main course is sure to astound your friends; prepare this delicious cannabis dish with whatever kind of meat that you want; this Argentinian sauce is perfect for any kind of meat or fish, so go with whatever suits you.

Ingredients:unique christmas dinner ideas

  • Parsley
  • Around 40ml of cannabis oil
  • 4-5 diced cloves of garlic
  • ½ glass of red wine vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon of ground red pepper
  • 2 laurel leaves
  • Basil
  • Black pepper
  • Salt

Prep:

Step 1: You’ll need a mortar and pestle handy. Put your parsley, garlic, laurel leaves and spices (pepper, red pepper, and basil) into the mortar and use the pestle to make a thick paste out of the ingredients.

Step 2: Next, add in the vinegar and cannabis oil that you made previously. Mix until the oil and vinegar have been mixed in perfectly.

Step 3: Add salt to taste and place your chimichurri cannabis sauce in the fridge until you need it.

Step 4: The last step is to cook your preferred meat using your preferred method with a hint of olive oil. Once your meat is done, marinate it in your delicious chimichurri sauce making for quite a special meal.

Unique Christmas Dinner Ideas – What’s for dessert? Mint and Cannabis Ice-Cream

Ingredients (feeds 6):unique christmas dinner ideas

  • 300ml whole milk
  • 300ml whipping cream
  • 4 egg yolks
  • 80g sugar
  • Vanilla extract
  • 5g cannabis flowers or 20g leaves

Prep:

Last but not least, let’s prepare our dessert. This delicious, refreshing dessert has a quirky character to it thanks to the cannabis.

Step 1: You’ll need to start but turning your whole milk into cannabis milk. The first step is to boil some water – turn the heat down once it reaches boiling point. Wait for a few minutes and place your cannabis in the water to clean out any impurities. It’s incredibly important to make sure it doesn’t go over 170º as your THC will begin to evaporate. THC doesn’t attach to water, so you’ll be able to get rid of impurities while leaving the cannabinoids in your weed intact.

Step 2: Next, grab a small pot and pour in your milk, setting it on low heat, and adding in your now-clean cannabis. Cannabis must be mixed with something fatty or lactose in order to release its properties. Mix for a good 10 minutes, not allowing it to boil, and then using a sieve filter out any vegetal materials from your milk and place it in a new pot, alongside the egg, sugar and vanilla. Mix until it’s smooth and lump-free and the sugar is fully dissolved. If you want more of a vanilla flavor you’ll need to wait around 15-20 minutes until it reaches room temperature.

Step 3: Next, add in 300ml of whipping cream. Mix it together until smooth and then place your final mixture in the freezer. If you have an ice-cream maker, simply fill it with your mixture and wait.

Note

If you don’t have an ice cream maker you’ll need to take it out after 45 minutes in order to avoid it getting too hard. Leave it sit at room temperature for a few minutes and mix it after removing any extra ice on the top. This process should be repeated every half hour during 4 hours.

Step 4: Once this process is done, it should be perfectly frozen and have the right ice-cream consistency. Now, all you have to do is plate it and serve it! Decorate it Enjoy your cannabis meal and desert in the company of friends and family.
 
 
You’re sure to impress a few friends this year! Just remember to consume responsibly and inform everyone involved that the meal contains cannabis! Also, don’t forget to keep any christmas dinner food made using cannabis away and out of sight of children!
 

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