With spring comes lots of delicious fresh produce – how about a slow-cooked shoulder of spring lamb with peas, broad beans and mint? Maybe a bit of garlic mash on the side? Not the most social but definitely the most yum. Perhaps a spring salad with grilled salmon maybe? Or a pasta dish packed with veggies and fragrant herbs? Read on…
SLOW COOKED LAMB WITH PEAS, BROAD BEANS AND MINT
This slow-cooked shoulder of spring lamb with peas, broad beans and mint is a great low-effort, maximum-results recipe from Noble Rot in Bloomsbury. It’ll go down a treat with our delicious stout from Yorkshire brewery Magic Rock and maybe a generous helping of garlic mash or a homemade Dauphinoise… RECIPE VIA OLIVE MAGAZINE.
GRILLED SALMON SALAD
We get it. Most salads really aren’t the friend you’d bring to the party. This one? With crispy shoestring potatoes, crumbled feta plus salmon with a mega marinade, this one is all-singing, all-dancing. And perfect with this month’s lighter beer. RECIPE VIA LIFE LOVE AND GOOD FOOD.
SPRING VEGETABLE PASTA
All your five-a-day plus creamy ricotta, and a twist of freshness with basil and zingy lemon. Add in a crunch of toasted pine nuts and this is an absolute winner. Make extra (as always!), it’s great served cold and perfect for packed lunches. Or even better picnics – ideally savoured with a chilled can of Dancing Bier! RECIPE VIA TASTE.