Marcus Rashford and Tom Kerridge create £10 Christmas dinner

Marcus Rashford and Tom Kerridge have joined forces to create a £10 Christmas dinner

Manchester United star Marcus Rashford has joined forces with Tom Kerridge to create a Christmas dinner that will feed six people - with a leftover Boxing Day dish - for just £10. 

The footballer, who received an MBE for leading the fight against child poverty last year, said his own mother, Melanie, had been forced to visit food banks over Christmas to feed her two sons when they were younger. 

The two-meal menu is a turkey roll with stuffing and a potato and carrot hash.

The meals have been designed to cost less than £10 for families using the government's Healthy Start vouchers, though Kerridge said in an instructional post on Instagram that anyone not using the vouchers would still only pay about £13 for the ingredients.

Marcus Rashford

The Christmas dinner, which also includes a tray bake of vegetables, will feed up to six people, with any leftovers being used for the hash on Boxing Day.

Chef Tom Kerridge

The menu is part of an ongoing campaign the pair have been involved with for food redistribution charity FareShare.

A charity spokesperson said it was aimed at ending food poverty and equipping children with "vital life and cookery skills to support seamless navigation into adult life".