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Easter 2024: Traditional recipes from around the world

Updated On Mar 29, 2024 11:31 AM IST
  • From sweet treats to savoury delights, here are a few recipes of Easter that reflect the diverse cultural flavours and culinary customs of this festive season.
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Easter, a time of celebration and feasting in many cultures, brings forth a variety of traditional recipes that reflect the rich culinary heritage of different regions. Here are six delightful Easter recipes from around the world that add a flavorful touch to this festive season. (Unsplash (Representative Photo)) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 29, 2024 11:31 AM IST

Easter, a time of celebration and feasting in many cultures, brings forth a variety of traditional recipes that reflect the rich culinary heritage of different regions. Here are six delightful Easter recipes from around the world that add a flavorful touch to this festive season. (Unsplash (Representative Photo))

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Hot Cross Buns (United Kingdom): A quintessential Easter treat in the UK, these spiced sweet buns are marked with a cross on top, symbolizing the crucifixion. They are traditionally enjoyed on Good Friday but are popular throughout the Easter period.(Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 29, 2024 11:31 AM IST

Hot Cross Buns (United Kingdom): A quintessential Easter treat in the UK, these spiced sweet buns are marked with a cross on top, symbolizing the crucifixion. They are traditionally enjoyed on Good Friday but are popular throughout the Easter period.(Unsplash)

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Pashka (Russia): A rich and creamy dessert made with cottage cheese, butter, eggs, and dried fruits, Pashka is a traditional Easter dish in Russia. It is often moulded into a pyramid shape and decorated with symbols like the letters XB, representing "Christ is Risen." (Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 29, 2024 11:31 AM IST

Pashka (Russia): A rich and creamy dessert made with cottage cheese, butter, eggs, and dried fruits, Pashka is a traditional Easter dish in Russia. It is often moulded into a pyramid shape and decorated with symbols like the letters XB, representing "Christ is Risen." (Pinterest)

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Capirotada (Mexico): A unique Mexican Easter dessert, Capirotada is a bread pudding made with ingredients like bread, cheese, nuts, and dried fruits, soaked in a syrup flavoured with cinnamon and cloves. It symbolizes the suffering of Christ on the cross. (Pinterest) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 29, 2024 11:31 AM IST

Capirotada (Mexico): A unique Mexican Easter dessert, Capirotada is a bread pudding made with ingredients like bread, cheese, nuts, and dried fruits, soaked in a syrup flavoured with cinnamon and cloves. It symbolizes the suffering of Christ on the cross. (Pinterest)

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Torrijas (Spain): A popular Spanish Easter dessert, Torrijas are similar to French toast, made by soaking bread in milk, egg, and sugar, then frying it until golden brown. They are often flavoured with cinnamon and served as a delicious Easter treat. (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Torrijas (Spain): A popular Spanish Easter dessert, Torrijas are similar to French toast, made by soaking bread in milk, egg, and sugar, then frying it until golden brown. They are often flavoured with cinnamon and served as a delicious Easter treat. (Unsplash)

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Kulich (Russia): A tall, cylindrical Easter bread with a sweet, light crumb, Kulich is a staple in Russian Easter celebrations. It is often topped with a sugary glaze and decorated with colourful sprinkles or edible flowers, symbolizing the joy of Easter. (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 29, 2024 11:31 AM IST

Kulich (Russia): A tall, cylindrical Easter bread with a sweet, light crumb, Kulich is a staple in Russian Easter celebrations. It is often topped with a sugary glaze and decorated with colourful sprinkles or edible flowers, symbolizing the joy of Easter. (Unsplash)

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Folar de Páscoa (Portugal): A traditional Portuguese Easter bread, Folar de Páscoa is a sweet bread enriched with eggs and sometimes filled with ham, chorizo, or other savoury ingredients. It is often gifted to loved ones during the Easter season. (Unsplash) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Mar 29, 2024 11:31 AM IST

Folar de Páscoa (Portugal): A traditional Portuguese Easter bread, Folar de Páscoa is a sweet bread enriched with eggs and sometimes filled with ham, chorizo, or other savoury ingredients. It is often gifted to loved ones during the Easter season. (Unsplash)

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