These are the nation’s favourite Christmas foods ranked - do you agree?

When it comes to Christmas food, everyone has their favourites, whether it be turkey over beef or roast potatoes over mash.

Monday, 30th November 2020, 3:29 pm
Do you agree with the tiers?

But new recipe data and search trends analysis from City Pantry has revealed the nation’s favourite Christmas foods, ranking them by popularity. Do you agree with the tiers?

Turkey came out as both the main meat and Christmas dinner staple, being the only item to make it into the top tier (Photo: Shutterstock)
The nation’s beloved gravy followed closely behind turkey, ranking in the second tier of Christmas dinner favourites (Photo: Shutterstock)

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Although this may be surprising for some, the love-or-hate-it sprout also made the second tier (Photo: Shutterstock)
Some choose to dollop this on the side of their Christmas lunches, whereas some give it as miss, but the classic cranberry sauce ranks in the third tier of festive favourites (Photo: Shutterstock)
The wafting smell of hot roast chestnuts comes round every festive season, with chestnuts also ranking in the third tier (Photo: Shutterstock)
Although some people love sweet potato and others really don’t like it, it gains a respectable place in the third tier (Photo: Shutterstock)
The humble pea has ranked in the bottom tier, proving an unpopular addition to the Christmas dinner plate (Photo: Shutterstock)
Carrots also rank in the bottom tier for festive favourites (Photo: Shutterstock)
This may be the most shocking ranking of the entire list, as the roast potato ranks in the bottom tier when it comes to popularity at Christmas (Photo: Shutterstock)
The classic cabbage also fairs unfavourably, ranking in the bottom tier (Photo: Shutterstock)