No festival is complete without some good food. It doesn't matter if you are a fitness freak and follow a strict diet, you must indulge during the festivities. Well, consider it as a cheat day. After all, each festival has some signature dishes that you don't generally make otherwise. For Christmas, it is the rich plum cake and marzipans, while during Diwali, besan laddoos are something you must gorge on. This Sunday, it is Easter, and here are some of the food items you must have on your table.
You may not make this for breakfast but deviled eggs should be on the menu for Easter. It is very easy to prepare as all you have to do is mash the yolk, add toppings like cheese and capers and then fill them in the egg whites.
Simnel cake is a two-layer fruit cake and is a popular Easter dessert in the UK. To make this, all you need is flour, sugar, butter, eggs, cinnamon, dried fruits, zest and candied peel.
Well, this one is a given. Easter eggs are made in almost every Catholic household. They are similar to marzipan and are made in different shapes.
Hash brown casserole
Hash brown casserole was one of the most searched recipes last year. This calorie bomb has hash browns, cheese, cream, and chicken soup. You can add bacon and ham if you want.
Since a lot of people go off meat during Lent, Easter is meant to be a meat feast. So don't forget to cook some scrumptious honey barbecue pork ribs. The dish goes best with cornbread and mashed potato.