The most sunny Celebration at spring – Easter is coming soon! We put on various delicacies and dishes at the table on Easter. Take a look at what kind of Easter dishes are popular all over the world and get ideas for your Easter table!
Bread pudding – “Capirotada”
This Mexican bread pudding is made with nuts, fruits, figs, and mixed with cheese. It is served throughout Lent, particularly on Good Friday.
Gubana. Gubana hails from northern Venice, and is a dense, sweet brioche bread that is filled with chocolate, raisins and alcohol.
Leg of lamb. Traditional leg of lamb, this simple dish is made with just five ingredients: Garlic, salt, pepper, olive oil, and the leg itself. Sometimes, it can be spruced up by adding rosemary.
This is a traditional Easter beverage made from eggs, sugar, and brandy, similar to eggnog. The Dutch drink it as an apertif on Easter, and also use it as a topping for waffles.
“Mämmi”! Though it might look like Oreos in milk, Mämmi is actually a traditional Finnish easter dessert made from molasses, salt, and powdered orange zest.
When it comes to America and dishes then the first thought that comes to mind is ham! Americans put the Easter ham to their tables on Easter, which can be made sweet, salty and spicy!
This Polish white borscht is made with foods that Polish people have blessed at the church on Easter Sunday, including sausage, eggs, and butter.
Candy – Paçoca de Amendoim
Easter dishes in Brazil certainly will be sweet! One of the traditional dishes is candy made from ground peanuts, mint flour, sugar and salt, or as the Brazilian calls it – Paçoca de Amendoim.
Paraguayan Cip. This round cake is made with corn grains that give it a dense and chewy texture. It is eaten in Paraguay on Easter morning.
Hopefully, one of these food ideas inspired you and on your Easter table will be found exotic dishes! Ēst – est.lv team wish you a sunny, bright and delicious Easter!