Dine Out at Home: Easter
Of course, Easter is all about chocolate eggs, but let’s not forget about the main event: Easter Sunday lunch. For traditionalists, there will be no debate – it has to be lamb. Reared in the West Country to the highest of welfare standards, ours promises a particularly flavoursome roast – especially in the hands of our Executive Head Chef, Andy Ward. Here, he shares his failsafe recipe for apricot-glazed rack of lamb. Serve with a few sumptuous sides from Food to Order and follow with some truly egg-ceptional desserts, and you’re in for a show-stopping feast.
Apricot-Glazed Rack of Lamb
Sticky, succulent and surprisingly easy to make, this rack of lamb dish is the perfect celebration of spring.
Serves 2–3 as a main
Rack of lamb
4 garlic cloves, sliced
1.5 tsp thyme, finely chopped
10 sprigs rosemary
75ml olive oil
2 tbsp apricot jam
1 tbsp wholegrain mustard
½ tbsp honey
Thinly sliced potatoes enveloped in rich, creamy sauce.
Shredded Savoy cabbage with petit pois cooked in creamy herb butter.
Glistening veal-stock gravy enriched with red wine and port.
Easter Chocolate Fudge Cake
Prepare for a Bruce Bogtrotter moment; with layers of devilishly dense chocolate sponge and dark chocolate ganache, all topped with crunchy cookies-and-cream chocolate eggs, this irresistible fudge delight begs to be devoured in one sitting.
We guarantee you won’t hear a peep from the children (for a minute at least) while they devour their Popcorn Chick: milk chocolate mousse with popcorn-infused salted caramel, chocolate crunch and milk chocolate sponge.
Harrods Grand Cru Chocolate Easter Egg
Your hunt for the most luxurious chocolate egg of 2021 stops here. Handmade by our master chocolatiers, these limited-edition treats, inspired by malachite crystal, are available in 41% milk or 67% dark chocolate. Nestled inside are dark chocolate salted caramel truffles, because why not?