We always have a debate in our house on a Sunday about dinner. I love, love, love a roast but they don’t always agree with me so I was wondering - what’s your favourite Sunday dinner?

Lets see how many Sunday dinner pictures we can get - post your dinner pictures below!

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Debbie Gorman
4 months

Sunday lunch in my partners house here in Italy is generally pasta with ragu and roast chicken or guinea fowl or home reared rabbit sauteed in the pan the method is called morto arrosto , roasted dead. Not roasted but it keeps the meat tender and moist with no sauce or liquid. Just the reduced soffrito clinging to it.
When we are at home it is pretty much anything. Last night was tagliata ( steak cooked then sliced) with rosemary, garlic and olive oil dressing, sauteed potatoes and mushrooms sliced , sauteed with garlic and parsley. Not our usual fayre at all but we are both a bit jaded on the food front.

Amanda Hughes
4 months

Used t hate roast dinners as a kid, bloody love them now tho!

andrewsherman
4 months

Oh, forgot to add, Nariyal Chicken later today 👍

dcmorris27
4 months

p.s made Keema Pie last night and loved it🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

dcmorris27
4 months

I am from Belgium originally and there's not really a traditional sunday diner.. but on saying that we often had roast beef, pork, chicken or veal (which is not an unborn calf, but is a cow before it reaches maturity and has not gone to pasture therefore the meat is a lot paler and tender) and occasionally lamb as on the continent it's the most expensive meat. We would only one veg and potatoes (no roasters! nor mash!) and no gravy but the juice of the meat which will have roasted in butter. I did not encounter 'roast diners' till i visited England in the mis 70's. Fell in love with my new found family and moved to England in 1980 and stayed till 2013. Now living in sunny France (well...not so sunny at the moment😉). After all that roast chicken in my favourite meat! Happy Sunday everyone x

Peter
4 months

We would miss the Sunday roast, but every week is too much so we mix it up a little. Sometimes a curry, sometimes a pie or lasagne, but always try to make time for a good sit down, special meal and family chat.

Ildikó Szücs
4 months

being Hungarian, but having lived in India for a while, I would also eat curry every day of the week.

andrewsherman
4 months

A roast will always win over anything. But I often cook for a curry Sunday 👍

Jean Johnson
4 months

Chicken 😍My favourite roast,any day of the week

Gabi
4 months

In Spain dinners are a lot lighter than in the UK. So you could have roast chicken in case it's a special ocassion or if you have friends coming over, but normally dinners are something light.

Sam Wood
4 months

I could eat curry every day of the week. my hubby loves a roast. I would eat a roast if ot had some spice and heat to it 🙈

Elisabeth Johl
4 months

I am living in Italy so its obligation Doing Pasta for first (but i am from Swiss so not always care about.)
Wiuld be great a Roast even not only Chicken.

Steve Ramsden
4 months

Curry for Friday or Saturday when I have time to properly prepare.

John Connolly
4 months

I'm Irish, but I would eat Curry every day of the week.

Angelene Vance
4 months

what's wrong with that roasted chicken, looks yummy😊😁