5 Recipes for Comforting Sunday Suppers

Sunday suppers are the classic meal to share with family and friends. In today’s society it’s all too easy to fall into a rut of making the same meals, or even forget this great tradition altogether.

The following ideas include old-fashioned favorites and new ideas from other regions.


1. Casserole – the epitome of Sunday suppers, today’s casseroles are updated versions of your mom’s favorites. Easy to make ahead of time, these give you a chance to enjoy a relaxing afternoon with family and friends. Any variety of casseroles will work, try this favorite recipe below.


2. English Fish and Chips – simply a baked or fried delicate-flavored white fish, served with baked potato wedges (recipe below). This fun, family-friendly Sunday meal brings the best of English street food to your table. Don’t forget the malt vinegar!


3. Pаѕtа аі Quаttrо Fоrmаggі – a difficult to say, but easy to eat Italian specialty. A decadent meal, this pasta is made with mushrooms, garlic, and “Quattro Formaggi”- four different cheeses. This blend of Fontina, Pаrmеѕаn, Rоmаnо, and Chevre cheese, your family and friends will be begging for seconds.


4. Roast Lеmоn and Rosemary Chісkеn – for a change from an all-day roast, use chicken breasts and you’ll be done in just a few hours. Marinated in lemon juice, lemon zest, oil and rosemary this flavorful supper is sure to please. Golden roasted and aromatic, this meal might have the neighbors inviting themselves over too!


5. Breakfast for Dinner – not just a standby of time-crunched weekdays, breakfast for dinner is a fun family go-to that anyone will love. Make it extra special by including dishes you don’t normally have time for at a morning breakfast- quiche, cream-cheese stuffed French toast, or biscuits with sausage gravy all make filling, comforting meals perfect for a Sunday supper.



These Sunday suppers will help you reinvent a classic meal that has sometimes fallen out of favor. You’ll find that this special time brings together your family and friends over delicious dishes. Have fun testing out vintage meals and new cuisine, while spending a relaxing and rejuvenating day with loved ones. Sunday suppers are a tradition which deserves to be fully reinstated on our tables, enjoy bringing them back with these tasty ideas.


Not Your Mama’s Casserole

3 tablespoons butter
1 cup mushrooms, quartered
1 stalk celery, chopped
1 small yellow onion, chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
2 granny smith apples, peeled and chopped
2 cups of diced ham

4 red skinned potatoes, diced

1/2 cup bread crumbs

Preheat oven to 325 F. Melt the butter in a large pan over medium heat, add in the mushrooms, celery, onion and salt and pepper. Sauté until soft, and remove from heat. Mix the apples, ham, and potatoes into the mushroom mixture, stir until combined. Pour into a greased 9 x 13 casserole dish, top with breadcrumbs and bake until cooked through, approximately 50-60 minutes.


Oven Roasted Chips- Pоtаtо Wеdgеѕ

Preheat oven to 425 F. Mix Pаrmеѕаn cheese, оnіоn роwdеr, gаrlіс powder, рерреr and ѕаlt, together in a large bowl. Toss thick-sliced potatoes with oil, and then with the seasoning until coated. Spread thе роtаtоеѕ evenly in one layer on a bаkіng ѕhееt. Bаkе untіl thе роtаtоеѕ аrе soft inside and crispy and golden outside, 20-25 mіnutеѕ.