Mother’s Day Recipes to Make 2021

Left ordering a Mother’s day gift a bit too late this year? Or perhaps you want to treat the mum figure in your life to a lovely meal today? Either way, we’ve got you covered with this collection of recipes that you can quickly whip up in the kitchen and if you’re a complete novice at cooking, these are the the type of recipes that look complicated but are incredibly easy to put together! From the classic scones to the noodle soups to leg of lambs, you’re bound to find something to please any mum out there!

1. Scones

Credit: BBC Good Food

Scones are a classic treat and always go down well with any recipient so skip the supermarket version and try your hand in making them – they are one of the easiest bakes to conquer! Just be sure serve it up with some clotted cream, jam and a lemon curd.

Find the recipe here.

2. Cilbir – Turkish Eggs

Cilbir, aka Turkish eggs, consists of a garlic yoghurt topped with poached eggs and served with a chilli butter. It may seem and look complicated but it is one of the easiest breakfast dishes to put together plus requires minimal clean up. The beauty of cilbir is that you can eat it for any meal of the day and the chilli butter is a real game changer.

Find the recipe here.

3. Pavlova

Make the most of this temporary sunshine and put together this pavlova with fresh berries and cream. Once you’ve nailed the meringue base, it can be used for practically any dessert you want to make – Eton mess, layered pavlova cake, trifle etc.

Find the recipe here.

4. Juicy Roast Chicken

Want to really knock the socks off mum? This juicy roast chicken is the answer. It require a short brine in the fridge and most of the ingredients you can find in your pantry – a quick drive by the supermarket may be required. Serve it with some roast potatoes and vegetables for a great Sunday roast.

Find the recipe here.

5. Leg of Lamb

Credit: Recipe Tin Eats

Did you order a leg of lamb but aren’t sure how to cook it? Keep it simple and use this recipe from Recipe Tin Eats to make a classic roast leg of lamb. You’ll need to marinate the lamb and then cook it low and slow in the oven for 4.5 hours to ensure it is fall-off-the-bone worthy. Better get cracking!

Find the recipe here

6. Ras Malai Milk Cake

You’ve probably seen your instagram feed filled with milk cakes over the last year but there’s a good reason why, they are simply delicious and so easy to put together you won’t need to buy them from anywhere else once you make it. We love @CookWithAnisa Ras Malai Tres Leche cake and we think mum would love it too.

Find the recipe here.

7. Maple Pecan Sticky Buns

Want a treat for mum and want a recipe that is more hands on? Have a go at these absolutely indulgent, rich maple pecan cinnamon sticky buns. You’ll be kneading, rolling, proving, rolling some more and baking for a couple of hours in the kitchen but they will be worth it and ready in time for tea! If mum rather have something savoury, try these garlic cheese rolls instead.

Find the recipe here.

8. Mongolian Beef

Another easy-but-looks-complicated recipe, this Mongolian beef takes no time at all to put together and everyone in the house will love it. It’s sweet, sticky and oh so delicious. Serve it up with some fried rice or noodles.

Find the recipe here.

9. Salmon in Garlic and Sundried Tomato Sauce

If you’re trying to cut back on your red meat consumption, this creamy garlicky salmon with sun-dried tomatoes goes down a treat. If you aren’t too keen on salmon, feel free to sub in any fish or prawns and you can even use chicken too.

Find the recipe here.

10. Thai Red Curry Noodle Soup

Although the sun may be out, it is still cosy jumper weather so warm mum up with this Thai red curry noodle soup. Another recipe that is incredibly easy to put together, takes less than 30 minutes to make and is an absolute crowd pleaser. You can sub out chicken for prawns, tofu or even more vegetables.

Find the recipe here.

And there you have it, 10 easy Mother’s Day recipes that are quick to put together and taste good!

Good luck and for all you mums out there – Happy Mother’s Day!

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