Sunday lunch can mean the most important meal in some households and there can be a lot of pressure to get it right.
If you want to rise to the occasion think about tried and tested Sunday lunch recipes like succulent roast meats that take a minimum of effort and can almost be forgotten about once popped in the oven. Serve up with a gravy or jus and all the trimmings to a hungry crowd that are sure to be satisfied.
If you don’t want to go down the traditional route, put a twist on things. Go for Middle Eastern or Indian spicing and alternative side dishes along with a winning vegetarian option. Think about plating and smaller portions if you are looking to go fine dining on Sunday.
We have a selection of 8 Sunday lunch recipes that are suitable for all levels of home cook, from the simple capon and vegetables cooked together in one pan to the chef inspired sous vide lamb served on a bed of puree.
We’ve got vegetarians covered too with a stunning roasted cauliflower head and baked potatoes and chanterelles.
We hope you’re inspired by these mouth-watering recipes on a Sunday.
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