My Big Fat Greek Family Sunday Lunch with Iceland (Including Recipes)
I adore my Big Fat Greek Family-I don’t know where I’d be without them- we are one loving, (pretty) loud, food-loving family and hosting a Sunday lunch to celebrate them and treat them to a feast from Iceland was a joy.
Here’s the gang in all their glory!
Guests arrived for brunch and gobbled up the oven baked croissants and pain au chocolats from Iceland baked from frozen-the kids adore these and they are now a weekend breakfast staple for this family.
Despite having lots of relatives round the table, it felt like a stress-free Sunday lunch with delicious quality ingredients from Iceland.
Here are my recipes for Greek Roast Chicken and Greek Roast Lamb. I’ve shared these classic dishes on the blog before but never together along with the perfect accompaniments and side dishes as they are here.
P.S If you are thinking of having an epic lunch to celebrate Easter do not miss these amazing deals from Iceland-
This slow cooked leg of lamb has been reduced from £15 to £10 and is a delicious leg of New Zealand lamb marinated in rosemary and garlic.
Or are you more of a chicken-fanatic? We love this frozen boneless spatchcock chicken with garlic and herb melt- which is just £5!
And to end-this magnificent Luxury chocolate Easter Egg box makes for an epic dessert for after dinner. A dreamy chocolate mousse filled with layers of chocolate and almond crispy biscuit, chocolate sponge, meringue and dark chocolate cream, topped with chocolate eggs filled with Chantilly cream and caramel.
-There is also a super offer for Easter eggs where you can pick up 2 chocolate eggs for just £5.
Head to Iceland for Easter folks!
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