Easter is a lovely time to catch up with friends and family while indulging in good food and great wine but what do you eat on Easter Sunday? This year lots of us will be videoing our loved ones, but to ensure your Easter lunch is a memorable one, the wonderful delicious. magazine have created an Easter menu that’s sure to impress. Plus, we’ve included some styling tips and edible gifts for the little ones to hunt for or grown-ups to indulge in.
For an easy-to-make starter that your immediate family will love, serve them these crisp rösti-style potato pancakes topped with smoked salmon and fresh horseradish cream.
The Not-So-Traditional Spring Easter Lamb
Spice up your traditional Easter lamb and impress with a slow-cooked lamb shoulder with chilli jam. The meat is cooked for four hours, meaning you’ll get a meltingly tender piece of lamb.
All The Trimmings
The lamb wouldn’t be complete without perfectly roasted potatoes. A perfect accompaniment to eat on Easter Sunday. For a special touch, these are sprinkled with herby sea-salt.
The Vegetarian Option
We love this option to eat on Easter Sunday for vegetarians. The sweet caramelised onion and cauliflower tart has a golden crisp pastry and is perfect for veggies. For a light, spring accompaniment serve it with a green bean and pea salad.
End the meal on a high with a slice of show-stopping Mini Egg ice cream chocolate cake. You can make the cake earlier on in the day and there will be plenty left over for the next day.
The Added Touch
The Easter Hunt Treat
Forget chocolate eggs and bake delicious. magazine's spiced Easter biscuits for the kids to hunt down or for your family to nibble at later on.
We hope you have a wonderful Easter and make it special in your own kind of way. Let us know what you cook and what you get up to.