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Thursday 8th March 2018
Magnificent Mother’s Day recipes
Mother’s Day is the perfect opportunity to show how much you care. And what better way than by lovingly creating a delicious home cooked meal? We’ve got a fantastic selection of recipes, certain to impress.
Mamma Mia that’s a tasty meal
With the Six Nations pitting Italy against Wales on Mother’s Day, the first set of recipes have an Italian influence. This Italian pan cooked Welsh Lamb leg steaks with olives, garlic and rosemary recipe is bound to get you in your Mum’s good books. If you are really keen to impress, our Llambassador, Francesco Mazzei has created a delicious Paccheri with Welsh Lamb Ragu full of Italian brilliance. Another recipe with an Italian twist, is this simple meaty tomato pasta with Welsh Beef, ready in under half an hour and scrumptious.
Classic Sunday Roast
As it’s a Mothering Sunday, it is a perfect time for a Sunday Roast. With a fantastic Welsh twist, this Boneless Leg of Welsh Lamb stuffed with Caerphilly cheese, garlic & herbs is full of flavour and bound to be a winner. Brilliant for this time of year, this Spring Welsh Beef topside is a bit different to your standard roast and is served with stuffed mushrooms, onions and chilli Yorkshire puddings. For a more classic roast, try this Spring Minted leg of Welsh Lamb, perfect with Spring
Slow cooked to perfection
If you’re heading out for a walk this Mother’s Day, these recipes are ideal to leave in the slow cooker and are bound to be tender. This Welsh Lamb Cornbread Cobbler from Llambassador Karen Burns-Booth, is full of flavour and can just be left to cook and then enjoyed when you get back. This easy Welsh Lamb slow cooker curry gets better the longer you cook it for and ideal if your Mum likes spicy food! The ultimate comfort food for a cold day, this succulent, Slow-cooked Welsh Beef Brisket is perfect to leave in the slow cooker and we even have a video to walk you through the recipe.
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