Spring Sunday lunch recipes are the perfect mix of comfort food, and fresh ingredients that make the most of the season. From lemony chicken and roast pork belly to goat's cheese tart and beef Wellington, we've got you covered for Spring Sunday lunch ideas!
Spring Sunday lunch recipes are the perfect mix of comfort food and light, fresh ingredients that really make the most of Spring. Cooking up one of these recipes is the best way to get friends and family together – there doesn’t need to be an occasion – simply enjoy each others company!
From Beef Wellington to a hearty chicken and leek pie, treat the whole family this spring to some family-sized feasts which are perfect for enjoying on a Sunday afternoon.
Sunday is the perfect time to gather all the family around the table for an impressive feast. We’re sure you’ll find the ideal recipe for your clan here. Whether you’re a vegetarian (or cooking for one), love fish, adore beef, pork or lamb, we’ve got something to tickle everyone’s fancy, and leave the whole family feeling satisfied!
Plus, we’ve got enough recipes to keep you going through the whole season
Click through to see all of our delicious spring Sunday lunches…
Now this sticky plum roast lamb is the ultimate Sunday roast treat! This is the perfect spring recipe that’s a really nice mix of sweet, sticky and so, so delicious!
Get the recipe: Sticky plum roast lamb
This salmon en croute is the perfect parcel surprise! It’s super easy to make too, so you won’t spend ages faffing over it, and the whole family will love the mix of pastry and perfectly cooked salmon.
Get the recipe: Salmon en croute
Enjoy this tart in the spring sunshine. Served with fresh salad, new potatoes or whatever else tickles your fancy, this tasty tomato and Dijon tart with a Parmesan and basil crust is a real Sunday treat.
Celebrity chef Rachel Allen shares a family favourite with her mum’s roast chicken recipe. The zesty stuffing with fresh parsley, thyme and sage is perfect for a spring Sunday lunch.
Get the recipe: Rachel Allen’s mum’s roast chicken
Follow this step-by-step recipe to make perfect, tender pork belly every time. This delicious cut of meat is infused with fennel, rosemary and garlic and is just perfect served with roasted potoates or mash and green beans.
The family will be impressed with this roast leg of lamb. Nothing beats a juicy joint, cooked in a herby butter with homemade gravy and served with your favourite veg.
Get the recipe: Roast leg of lamb with date and herb stuffing
This one-pot wonder is perfect if you’re feeding a lot of people in one go. Just pop all the ingredients into a dish and let the oven do all the hard work for you. Serve with roast potatoes and fresh greens.
Gordon Ramsay says: ‘Beef Wellington is an impressive dish and one that’s easier than it looks. This beef Wellington makes a great alternative to a Sunday roast.’Get the recipe: Beef Wellington
How about swapping your usual Sunday roast for something a little fancier like a risotto? This creamy risotto only takes 25 mins to make and brings two flavoursome ingredients, sundried tomatoes and goat’s cheese together to make one mouth-watering dish. Serve with crusty bread.
Whip up this deliciously warming gluten-free chicken and leek pie in no time. This pie is made with leeks which are in season during the spring months meaning they’re cheaper to buy and tastier than ever. Serve with new potatoes and fresh greens.
If time’s short, try this sweet honey-infused chicken. Make your own honey and lemon thyme rub for a lovely flavour – you’ll just need to baste the chicken during cooking.
Get the recipe: Honey and lemon thyme roast chicken
For a quick and easy roast idea, make this all-in-one salmon dish with baby corn, chickpeas, carrots and mangetout. Cooked in soy sauce, fresh orange and parsley, it’s full of flavour.
Get the recipe: Baked citrus salmon