Oct 23, 2018

[Answer] If one is to sit down and tuck into a traditional Sunday roast, which of these can they expect to find on their plate?

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...The humble Sunday roast consists of meat and potatoes, as well as several different vegetables, which may include, (though is not limited to), carrots, cauliflower, cabbage, parsnip, swede and peas. The dish usually includes a Yorkshire pudding, and is nearly always topped off with lashings and lashings of thick gravy. Though beef is the meat most commonly associated with the Sunday roast, chicken, lamb and pork can all be used instead, while there is also the nut roast on offer for vegetarians.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "If one is to sit down and tuck into a traditional Sunday roast, which of these can they expect to find on their plate?"



Meat, Yorkshire pudding, potatoes, gravy and several other vegetables such as carrots, cauliflower and peas:


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