Easter Sunday Lunch · With an Indian Twist ·

Easter Sunday lamb


Easter Sunday Menu

We are all for simplicity and deliciousness here at Spice Pots, so being able to be relaxed and stress free is just as important as the food you are serving.  Nobody wants a stressed host!

So, when it's a special occasion, my number one priority is simplicity and doing as much beforehand as I can, so that I can enjoy watching the kids find hidden Easter Eggs rather than stressing in the kitchen.

So, how about deviating from the traditional roast lamb and going for an exciting array of Indian inspired sharing dishes instead?  Our marinated roast leg of lamb, served with salads and rice is a winner combination of delicious (family friendly) flavours as well as being entirely practical in that most of the work happens the day before.   Don't worry, there is no real heat from the spices in the following recipes, just delicious Indian flavours.  

Just whizz up onions, ginger and garlic with our bhuna or tandoori masala spices, with a little water to combine, then smother all over the lamb and leave to marinate in the fridge the night before.  Also on the day before, make our super simple and delicious Mint and Coriander Raita and Lentil and Tomato Salad or try our delicious carrot salad.

If it's a sunny Easter Sunday, you could also make this al fresco friendly - add in some pitta or flat breads so that your household can make their own very special Easter Sunday picnic in the (hopefully) sunny garden.

So, here is our Spice Pots Easter Sunday Menu (click through on the links for the full recipes):

Spice Pots Easter Roast Lamb

Mint and Coriander Raita

Tomato and Lentil Salad

Carrot Salad

Flat Breads

You could also try another of our warm salads (if the sun is not playing ball):

Lentil, Roast Carrot and Feta Warm Salad

Have a very happy Easter Sunday from the Spice Pots team!

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1 comment

  • Lesley macphail

    Could you do something similar with beef?

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