Cookbook:Roast Dinner

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Roast Dinner
Sunday roast - roast beef 1.jpg
Category Main course recipes
Servings 6 servings
Time 1 hour 40 minutes

A roast dinner is a traditional and classic meal across Britain, the Commonwealth, and Ireland, with the focus on some form of roasted meat, vegetables, gravy, and Yorkshire puddings. Roast dinners are traditionally served on Sunday, but can also be eaten throughout the week. The precise recipe of a roast dinner will vary considerably from person to person, so below is a broad overview of common elements that can be adapted and made your own. As a roast dinner is a combination of a number of elements, below links to already established recipes to be combined into the roast dinner itself. Enjoy!

Menu recipe[edit | edit source]

Mains[edit | edit source]

Sides[edit | edit source]

Condiments[edit | edit source]

  • Gravy
  • Mint sauce (lamb)
  • Bread sauce

Procedure[edit | edit source]

Notes, tips and variations[edit | edit source]