Looking for Easter lamb recipes? Want the best leg of lamb or shoulder? See our easy roast lamb recipes, sure to impress the whole family.
Easter lamb recipes
Check out this succulent slow-roasted lamb dish with crispy garlic potatoes. Our easy recipe is perfect for an impressive Sunday lunch centrepiece.
Roll this great-value cut of lamb up with mustard and herbs, then bake until soft and tender so it falls apart into the white wine onion gravy.
A punchy rub takes this roast joint to the next level, and yields a deliciously buttery sauce. Serve this on Easter Sunday with all the trimmings.
Impress the family at your Easter dinner with this succulent and comforting slow-roasted lamb recipe with wild oregano.
This spring lamb recipe is one of our favourite showstoppers. The richness of the boulangère potatoes works wonders with the anchovy buttered lamb. Perfect for an easy weekend slow cook.
This recipe for leg of lamb cooked with potatoes is a really easy way to feed a crowd for Sunday lunch. The potatoes are cooked with the lamb, meaning there’s a lot less time spent in the kitchen prepping.
Give classic roast lamb a clever makeover. The sweetness of the roasted onions is offset by a good splash of balsamic vinegar, and pomegranate molasses is used with a touch of harissa as a glaze for the lamb.
Just the ticket for a special Sunday dinner with the family, roast shoulder of lamb is served with baked Jerusalem artichokes and parsnips. Making your own onion gravy is really worth the extra effort.
You can forage wild garlic for this recipe, but be sure of what you are picking, where you are picking it and only take young leaves so it will regrow the following year. Alternatively, you can buy it in farmer’s markets and delis.
The best roast lamb to share with the family. Spring veg goes so well with new season lamb. Peas and broad beans are harvested from April onwards, weather depending. Frozen will work just as well though. Make your own mint sauce, too – if you have some mint to hand, it’s quick and easy, as well as being the best accompaniment to the lamb.