There’s no better way to celebrate the arrival of spring than with a festive one sunday roast. Invite family and friends, because with these recipes you will have more than enough to share!
We wrote about it before, a good one sunday roast is very tasty at times. Especially now that spring has started, we want nothing more than to celebrate with delicious food. We collected the five most delicious recipes for you. The common denominator? Roast it!
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Glazed ham with cauliflower mac ‘n’ cheese
Ham and cheese go together like salt and pepper or chips and mayonnaise. This time we do not combine them in a simple sandwich, but in a festive, complete meal that you can feed many mouths with. Both the leg ham and the mac’n’cheese can be made a day in advance. That way you have little work to do the next day. Let’s roast it!
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Vegetarian roast of beans and nuts with feta filling
A roast does not necessarily have to revolve around a large piece of meat. This roast with the rich flavors of pistachios, sun-dried tomatoes, feta and Middle Eastern spices is just as exciting! The roasted bimi with harissa complements the whole nicely.
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Roast chicken with spring vegetables
There is under roasts perhaps no greater classic than a whole roast chicken. Easy to prepare, always tasty and a real everyone’s friend. This version with tarragon, radishes, spring onion and lemon is packed with fresh flavors. The perfect roast for spring!
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Roasted cabbage with tomato lentils and pangrattato
If you roast cabbage in the oven, it will be crispy and nicely caramelized on the outside and nice and soft on the inside. This makes it a fantastic alternative to meat. The soft lentils, crispy potatoes and spicy pangrattato complete the party. Bet no one misses meat?
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Roasted loin roulade with gratin dauphinois
Roast the tender roulade with freshly ground pepper in the oven with young carrots and serve with watercress – spring on your plate! The creamy potato gratin is a classic from French cuisine and forms a nice contrast to the fresh salad.
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