Found 21st Oct 2017Edited by:"john808"
The ultimate Sunday roast
What is a Sunday Roast?
The Sunday roast is a traditional British main meal that is typically served on Sunday, consisting of roasted meat, roast potato, and accompaniments such as Yorkshire pudding, stuffing, vegetables and gravy.
What time should I serve it?
A midday or rather main meal on a Sunday, is sometimes called 'Sunday dinner' (never 'Sunday lunch') and is more likely to occur later in the afternoon, anywhere from noon to 4pm.
Why should I make it?
Maybe you are trying to impress that special someone in your life or perhaps you are just wanting to treat your loved ones? It’s also a great way to beat the Monday blues, or be the talk of the town.
Is it good for you?
Yes, all you need is the high quality produce below.
How do I serve?
What ingredients do I need to buy to feed a family of four?
You will need to drive to a local supermarket today to avoid disappointment!
ASDA Beef in Gravy £1 210g x 3 = £3
ASDA Smart Price 15 Yorkshire Puddings 50p
ASDA Smart Price Sliced Carrots in Water 20p x 2 = 40p
ASDA Smart Price Garden Peas in Water 21p x 2 = 42p
ASDA Roast Potatoes
ASDA Sage & Onion Stuffing Mix 19p
Total price: £5.46
ASDA Horseradish Sauce 52p
Please note, picture is there as a guide only.
If enjoyed, please check out my full English breakfast and/or Christmas dinner below....