Here are some delicious Easter-inspired recipes to enjoy over the long weekend!
It’s taken a while but it looks like Spring is finally here! Easter is on 31st March for 2024.
For Easter we’ve rounded up some potato recipes with a Spring in their step ideal for the frivolities over the long weekend from Good Friday to Easter Monday. All of these meals are bright, fresh and full of tasty flavours which are destined to wow the company you host over the weekend.
This is a wonderful potato recipe full of delicious textures and inspiring flavours. After the spuds are simmered in a creamy sauce the softened potatoes and veg are placed in the oven until a crunchy golden layer forms on the top. Perfect for a main, side dish or as part of a buffet full of grub.
This is a fantastically inventive dish ideal for gatherings with friends and family over the long weekend. With this recipe you can learn how to make tortilla chips from rooster potatoes which are the perfect partner to the beef tacos. The tacos in this recipe makes use of lettuce instead of the traditional corn-based tacos which creates a fresh spin on the classic Mexican dish.
Take a scroll through our Spring recipes here.
Easter is a great time of year for the range of friends and family you get to see over the long weekend, but equally as great due to the amount of leftovers we’re gifted from roast dinners and the amount of food we dine on. There are tonnes of inventive ways you can use these to create brand new dishes! Here are some below:
Make the most of your leftover in this scrumptious brunch recipe. Turn your leftover meats, potatoes and seasoning into a tasty patty and top it with a fried egg to chomp down at breakfast or brunch on Easter Monday.
Easter Monday is all about putting your feet up and relaxing! After a few days of eating chocolate eggs and cooking you deserve a little bit of a time to unwind. Luckily this leftover lamb hotpot is relatively low maintenance – you should already have all your ingredients to hand (providing you didn’t eat up every scrap of the Sunday roast) and can mostly be left to cook on its own in a slow-cooker. The patient cooking time allows the lamb to mingle with the beef stock, spuds and veg which surrounds it. A scrumptious home comfort!
If you’re looking for perfection in your roast dinner dish then you should take a scroll through the Love Potatoes hints & tips section where you can learn how to make make roast potatoes, boiled potatoes and chips.