Can you guess the name of the first traditional Easter food? While some give dyed hard boiled eggs the desired status, you cannot ignore other Easter food like Pretzels, Hot Cross Buns, roasted lambs, ham to name a few. Hard boiled eggs are usually served at breakfast on Easter. Roasted lamb, a popular dish at Jewish Passover, is the main course on Easter. For tea, there can be no better option other than the Simnel cake. Easter biscuits also referred to as cakes are eaten on Easter Sunday. The chief ingredients used for preparing them are currants, spices as well as grated lemon rind.
Easter food gifts comprises of anything and everything starting from chocolate candies to cookie gift baskets and chocolate gift baskets. The Easter baskets are generally decorated with goodies and assortments. You may add chocolate treat biscuits as well as cookies including dry fruits such as cashews, almonds and nuts. You may also come up with food gifts like pâtés, Belgian chocolates, nuts, Fruit juices, sauces, pasta, English fruitcake, wines, whisky, vintage port, and champagnes.
Why not gather your friends and family members for a great Easter repast! Choose your favorite Easter recipes like lamb and ham with some new classics and favorites that gets along well with your time, budget and mood.
Come up with great Easter food recipes and give your family a gala treat!
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