Mother's Day or Mothering Sunday is celebrated in the UK on 19th March 2023.
The origins of Mother's Day or Mothering Sunday can be traced as far back as the 16th century. Here in the UK, we celebrate this special day which is different from some other countries around the world.
We have put together a selection of recipes that are not too difficult to prepare and cook. If you want further suggestions or inspirations, then take a look at the extensive list of recipes on our website.
Frozen peas are such a great product and perfect for making a quick and satisfying soup. Pea and mint is a top soup anyway in our opinion, but this crispy ham garnish turns it into something really special. And it’s so quick to make! You can follow our recipe from this link - Pea, Mint and Ham Soup
Saag aloo is usually made with regular potatoes but we like our sweet potato version. The great thing about these little beauties is they are richer in nutrients – particularly vitamin C – than white potatoes and lower in starch. You can follow our recipe from this link - Sweet Potato Saag Aloo
A spectacular centrepiece for any party, this is great served hot or cold. It's surprisingly straightforward to make – nothing difficult about it all. You can follow our recipe from this link - Salmon Coulibiac
Rhubarb and custard go together perfectly – like us! You can make these in ramekins or little cups but they look prettiest in glasses so you can see the layers. You can follow our recipe from this link - Rhubard and Custard Pots
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