Egg-celent recipes for Easter

With Spring having now sprung and Easter just around the corner, many of you will be looking to tuck into a delicious Welsh Lamb Roast for Easter Sunday. We’ve picked out some our favourite roast lamb and beef recipes bound to delight the palate.

Wonderful Welsh Lamb

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If you’re looking for a classic Sunday roast recipe, perfect for Spring it’s hard to look beyond this Spring Minted leg of Welsh Lamb dish. The classic combination of lamb and mint works ideally with seasonal veg and roast potatoes.

If time is no object and you want to try something a bit different this Easter, why not try a slow cooked curried shoulder of Welsh Lamb? Served with Pilau rice and Indian flatbreads, this spicy dish is a nice alternative to your Sunday Roast.

Stuffed with olives, tomatoes, garlic and rosemary this leg of lamb recipe combines some powerful flavours perfectly. Served with roast new potatoes or your standard roasties, this is an ideal Easter weekend treat.

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Brilliant Welsh Beef alternatives

Despite the association of Lamb with Spring, the ideal time to buy local Welsh Lamb is actually between July and November when it is in abundance. If you want to enjoy more seasonal produce, we’ve got three amazing Welsh Beef recipes to tantalise this Easter.

For something a bit different to try, how about a beautiful Welsh Beef brisket? Slow cooked in cola, this quirky recipe is great served with warm new potato salad with chopped red chillies stirred through and extra salad leaves.

A perfect seasonal recipe is our Spring Welsh Beef topside. Served with stuffed mushrooms and onions and chilli Yorkshires, this twist on a classic roast dinner is bound to be a winner.

Ideal for after a Sunday walk, this Mediterranean style slow cooked Welsh Beef is incredibly tender and great served with crusty bread.

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