3 hands-off dinners that practically cook themselves

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3 hands-off dinners that practically cook themselves

Don’t spend all your time in the kitchen making dinner. Let Hannah Lewry’s recipes – and your oven – do all the work.

1. Malaysian roast chicken

Roast chicken looks impressive, but is actually a great, hands-off meal. Take yours to the next level with a home-made spice paste – don’t be intimidated – the blender does all the work! Served with green beans and jasmine rice, it’s a fragrant and flavourful meal that the whole family will love.

Find the recipe for Malaysian roast chicken here.

2. Persian lamb shoulder

Transform Sunday lunch with this scrumptious roast. Everything is made in the roasting pan – even the lentils! Serve with toasted naan or pitas.

Find the recipe for Persian lamb shoulder here.

3. Whole roast duck

It takes just 10 minutes to prep this recipe and then you can go off and relax while it roasts. You can also do lots with the leftovers. Add shredded duck to noodles or a salad and, if you’re feeling experimental, try this incredible duck, chilli and ginger wonton broth.


Find the recipe for whole roast duck here.

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