Put together a feel-good feast for your Easter lunch. Try our delicious and nutritious recipes including Easter lamb, roast potatoes, flavour-packed vegetables and spiced rice pudding.
For many, Easter is about spending time with family and friends and sharing delicious food, and while we all enjoy indulging in a few treats, there are lots of nutritious dishes that are also truly delicious. We've put together this complete menu for an extra-special roast dinner, complete with a centrepiece leg of lamb, crispy roast potatoes and a sweet treat to finish.
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Try this lovely, lighter version of a classic roast leg of lamb, served on a bed of spring veg tossed with lemon and herbs.
No roast dinner would be complete without golden, roast spuds. We've flavoured ours with garlic and thyme and coated them in olive oil to give a perfect crisp finish, with a fluffy centre.
Lightly toasted almonds add a delicious crunchy texture to this healthy side dish of shredded cabbage, garlic and rosemary.
Bay leaves and lemon zest spruce up this simple roast cauliflower dish – you'll love how the flavours intensify as it roasts.
Round off your meal with our easy rice pudding recipe, infused with spices inspired by the flavours of a hot cross bun, and topped with segments of juicy fresh orange.
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