Sunday roasts are the most comforting meal in the world.
And, in this weather, they’re pretty much all I want to eat, all day, every day.
Unfortunately, this plan is not quite compatible with health recommendations, eating your 5-a-day and all that.
Unless of course, you take the best bits of a Sunday roast and mix them into a salad… which is exactly how that tray roast salad was born.
This recipe is a winner for a number of reasons:
1. It’s quick, easy and requires minimal input on your side.
2. You can make it for as many or as few as you like – great for solo dinners and hoard-feeding situations alike!
3. It’s gluten free (as long as your sausages are too!) and can easily be made vegetarian/vegan.
4. It includes all the best bits of a roast dinner (hellooooo there, roasties and sausages!), balanced out by a lot of green leaves, all tied together with the most delicious Dijon & balsamic dressing.
Comfort food made healthy, so you don’t have to choose…
Isn’t that what greedy foodie dreams are made of?
More easy dinner recipes
Italian-style sausage casserole (GF, V option)
Indian-spiced lentil soup (VE)
Spicy Xi’an style noodles (VE)
Tomato-coconut pasta (VE)