With a little help from Chris Denoven, the Willy Wonka of Domino’s pizza, FHM creates the greatest leftover meal the world has ever seen, just in time for Christmas Day...


Preparation time: 15 minutes

Cooking time: 10 minutes

Pizza base:
300g strong flour
7g dried yeast
1.5 tsp salt
3 tbsp olive oil
175ml lukewarm water
3 turkey slices
4 roast potatoes
14-16 mini chipolatas
Chilled red wine gravy
6 Brussels sprouts
Chunk of brie
Cranberry jelly
Flat-leaf parsley
Stuffing balls

Serves 1-2


FHM Christmas Dinner Pizza

Make the base by combining all the dry ingredients and oil in a bowl. Create a well in the mix and add the water.

“This is the recipe I use at home,” says Chris, who’s using Domino’s dough. If you don’t fancy making your own, Sainsbury’s do a pizza base mix for 69p.

Sprinkle some flour on to a surface and stretch out the dough, making the edges thinner for rolling over in step two. “There’s no need for the whole Italian flair thing, that’s just for show,” Chris adds.

Preheat your oven to 220ºC.


FHM Christmas Dinner Pizza

Neatly lay the chipolatas around the edge of the dough and fold in tightly. If you’re feeling extreme, use pigs in blankets (chipolatas in bacon) instead.

Once folded, take the gravy from the fridge. It should be gelatinous, like really unappetising brown jelly. Spread it from the centre with a spoon, making sure it doesn’t touch the crust. “This keeps the pizza pretty, with no gravy staining the crust when it cooks and blows out,” Chris explains.


FHM Christmas Dinner Pizza

Start with strips of brie to cover the gravy, then throw chunks of turkey on top. Add small florets of broccoli, sliced carrots, halved sprouts and chunks of potatoes. Bung it in the oven for 10-12 minutes, drooling while watching.

Once the topping has gone golden, throw some cranberry jelly over the lot. Finish with a sprinkle of parsley. “I’d recommend garlic and herb sauce for the stuffing balls, so you can eat them like dough balls,” Chris says.

Slice into eight and serve.

FHM Christmas Dinner Pizza


Bloody incredible! The gravy cuts through the brie brilliantly, and the slightly singed broccoli is surprisingly delicious. We’re particularly proud of the stuffed crust, too. This beats leftover sandwiches into the new year.