Easter Sunday

Happy Easter! Part 2

Today, we take a look at our recipe ideas for Easter dinner.

Starter – Creamy Curried Carrot and Butter Bean Soup

Creamy curried carrot and butter bean soup

With the weather not exactly being Spring-like, this spicy soup is sure to warm up your guests. The recipe is perfect for feeding a crowd, or you could save the leftovers for Bank Holiday lunch.

Main Course – Garlic and Herb Roast Lamb on Boulangère Potatoes with Green Beans, Pine Nuts and Shallots

Garlic & Herb roast lamb on boulangere potatoes

Green beans with pine nuts & shallot butter

Lamb is the traditional meat to eat at Easter. This garlic and herb roast gives a flavoursome twist to the traditional Easter Sunday dinner and the boulangère potatoes soak up all those delectable juices. Sprucing up those crisp green beans makes for an excellent complementary side dish.

Dessert – Simnel Cakes

Simnel cakes

Another Easter tradition is the simnel cake. Packed full of delicious flavours including mixed spices, cinnamon and dried fruit.

Easter Eggs

So what are you waiting for? Celebrate Easter with an array of flavours that will leave your guest’s mouths watering!

Happy Easter!

Whether you’re entertaining the family or hosting a larger gathering this Easter weekend, there is an abundance of eggs-cellent (see what we did there?!) recipe ideas to wow your guests.

With March and April providing delicious seasonal ingredients, from lamb to leeks and new potatoes, your only challenge is choosing what to serve!

Today, we offer our choice of recipe ideas to help you narrow down the menu.

Breakfast – Hot Cross Buns

Hot Cross Buns

There’s no better way to start the day than with this Easter classic. This sticky version of the hot cross bun is much tastier than those you can buy in the shops. Why don’t you give it a go?

Lunch – Chicken, Spinach and Pesto Puff Pastry Tart

Chicken, pesto and spinach puff pastry

This great light choice provides a quick and easy lunch that can served with a salad or a selection of vegetables. You don’t have to stick to the toppings suggested in this recipe either. You can mix together any combination of ingredients depending on what tickles your tastebuds.

Check back later in the week for our Easter dinner ideas.

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