My Creamed Leeks recipe shot infant of a fireplace with a glass of white wine

Creamed Leeks

In this recipe I will be teaching you how to make on of my favourite accompaniments for a Christmas dinner or a Sunday roast. Creamed leeks! they are simple yet complex in flavour with the mix of leeks, white wine, cream & wholegrain mustard. If you have not tried creamed leeks yet you are in for a treat.

The Ingredient

Leeks are part of the Allium family which is the same as onions, spring onion, garlic and chives. They have a mild onion like taste. The white and the lighter green parts are generally for general cooking. The darker green parts are normally discarded or used for stocks due to their tough texture. 

Health Benefits

  • Leeks are a good source of vitamins A, B-6, C and K. They contain approximately 33% of the recommended daily vitamin A in just 100 grams.
  • Additionally they are also a good source of iron and magnesium which are essential for good energy levels.

A top shot photo of my Creamed Leeks recipe

Sunday Roast & Christmas Dinner

Creamed leeks are just one of many accompaniments you will find with either a British Christmas dinner or Sunday roast. More common accompaniments include Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, sessional vegetables and gravy.

If you are looking for accompaniments for your Christmas dinner or Sunday roast try this braised cabbage recipe here.

These Creamed Leeks Are Suitable For…

  • Celiac (Gluten Free)
  • Keto Diet
  • Vegetarians 
My Creamed Leeks recipe shot infant of a fireplace with a glass of white wine
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Creamed Leeks

In this recipe I will be teaching you how to make on of my favourite accompaniments for a Christmas dinner or a Sunday roast. Creamed leeks! they are simple yet complex in flavour with the mix of leeks, white wine, cream & wholegrain mustard. If you have not tried creamed leeks yet you are in for a treat.
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time30 mins
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: British
Keyword: Christmas Dinner, Sunday Roast
Servings: 6 People
Calories: 193kcal

Equipment

  • Large Pot

Ingredients

  • 30 g Butter
  • 3 Leeks
  • 125 ml White wine
  • 300 ml Cream double or whipped
  • 2-3 tsp Wholegrain mustard
  • Chives optional
  • Sea Salt

Instructions

  • Slice off the dark coarse green part from the top of the leeks (you can keep these for stock or discard them).
    A picture of a Leek with the leaves trimmed off
  • Slice the leek in half lengthways. Wash under cold running water making sure to wash all the layers thoroughly.
    A picture of a leek cut in half
  • Once washed finely sliced the leek from the light green part down to the root (discard the root).
    A picture of leek sliced
  • In a large pot over medium-low heat add the butter. Once melted add the leeks and sweat for 15 minutes (until softened and the liquid has evaporated).
  • Turn up the heat to medium-high and add the white wine. Mix and continue to cook until the wine has evaporated, this will take a few minutes.
  • Add the cream and whilst stirring regularly simmer until the cream has thicken,this should take about 5 minutes.
  • Stir in the wholegrain mustard and serve fresh from the pot with a sprinkle of chives.

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