Traditionally a non-meat eating day where fish steals the show, here is a recipe to turn your Good Friday into a great one:
Seafood, Pumpkin & Chickpea Braise with Pearl Couscous
This hearty hot-pot is the perfect meal to start Easter with.
Chocolate Chip Hot Cross Buns
Make your own Hot Cross Buns spiked with chocolate for the perfect Easter breakfast treat.
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Easter Saturday offers the much-needed respite between Good Friday and Easter Sunday, both from cooking and eating large quantities of delicious food.
Summer should be all about quick and easy meals that leave you with plenty of time to enjoy the outdoors.
This delicious brunch can be found here.
Here are some great recipes for when all the family comes together to celebrate:
Slow Roasted Lamb with Lemon & Olive Cous Cous
Cooked slow and low, this lamb is melt-in-your-mouth and makes even better sandwiches and salads the next day.
This mouthwatering roast can be found here.
Shaved Asparagus Salad with Shallot Vinaigrette
A salad full of seasonal vegetables- perfect for the dinner table this easter season.
You can find this recipe here.
Roasted Parsnip & Crispy Potato Skins with Coriander & Currants
Complete your easter Sunday feast with delightfully crispy vegetables.
Find the recipe here.
Easter Simnel Cake
Traditionally served at Easter, simnel cake is a moist, heavy fruitcake divided and topped with almond icing.
Find this beautiful cake here.
This recipe for Bread and Butter Pudding Cake uses brioche, but substitute with Hot Cross Buns for a great way to use leftovers. When doing so, remember to reduce the quantity of raisins as the buns will have some in them of course.
Bread and Butter Pudding Cake
Celebrate Easter Monday with this delicious, traditional cake.
This recipe can be found here.