Top Easter Recipes to Try!
Easter is around the corner and it’s time for celebrations well again! However, before we move on to the various aspects of celebrating Easter with some style and tradition, the significance of this day should be well known (even if in brief)! Easter Day is something that most of the people around the globe connect only to gifting Easter eggs, however, there is a lot more to it than just this. This day is the one when the resurrection of Jesus Christ took place. It is the day of culmination after a 40 day period of fasting. This very day is known for its moveable feasting and this is the reason why people plan a lavish and extravagant meal on the Easter day.
Now with this simple history you are aware about the importance of cooking and the dinner menu associated with Easter. The biggest challenge is to arrange for a proper dinner meal not only for family but also for the closed ones who have been invited for dinner. There is no doubt that there are specific recipes that are completely dedicated to Easter day and is significantly cooked for this celebration. Remember the importance of cooking turkey on Thanksgiving Day? Just the exact way, we give you some Easter recipes that you can definitely try to make your meals more attractive, mouth-watering and scrumptious.
The food guide below is an effective and a brilliant idea to adhere this Easter’s! It has some of the top recipes from some people amongst us who would want to share the success of their dishes with others. This is just a small gift from their end. Check it out!
The Food Guide Follows:
1. Glazing Honey Ham
You must have definitely tried your hands on honey baked ham and this one recipe is an affordable version of the same that you can try out this Easter. Pre-sliced ham can be used for the purpose that is easily accessible even during this festive season. Check the recipe and try some of your own before the ‘D’ day!
Serves: 15 people
Ready to Eat Ham: 1 (around 5 pound)
Dark Corn Syrup: ¼ cup
Whole Cloves: ¼ cup
Butter: 2/3 cup
Honey: 2 cups (preferably organic)
Method to Prepare:
Preheat the oven at 325 degree F which is about 165 degree C. This should be done about the time when you have at least 15 minutes before baking anything in the oven.
The next is to score the ham and stud it with the cloves that you have in hand. This should be placed in a pan that is lined with a foil.
Take a double boiler and on the top half of this utensil put in the corn syrup, butter as well as honey. The glaze should be warm when you are baking the ham.
Now take a brush and use the glaze over the ham in a generous and even way. This should be baked in the oven for at least one hour which has been already preheated.
The ham should be brushed with the glaze every 10-15 minutes. In the last few minutes of the baking of ham, the broiler should be turned on to caramelize the glaze on the ham.
This should be removed from the oven and give it about 5 minutes to set well before you serve it. This is undoubtedly one of the best Easter recipes with which you can flatter your guests and impress them for years to come!
2. Breakfast Casserole for Easter
For those who are looking for some great recipes for breakfast during Easter, then there is nothing better than preparing an easy and tasty breakfast casserole. It is bound to add some stars to the celebrations without much effort. Check out the preparation and start trying out the recipe today for a perfect one on the main Easter day.
Bacon: 1 pound
Diced Onions: ¼ cup
Cheddar Cheese: shredded, 3 cups
Green Bell Pepper: diced, ¼ cup
Milk: 2 cups
Hash Brown Potatoes: Frozen, 1 (16 ounce), Thawed
Method to Prepare:
First things first, preheat the oven at 350 degree F (around 165 degree C). Separately, grease a casserole pan which is about 7×11 inches in size.
Take a large and deep skillet and fry the bacon in it over medium heat. This should be done for the next 10 minutes until it is completely browned. This should be put on a towel lined utensil to drain out the excess oil from it. Now crumble and keep aside.
In a bowl separately, beat in the milk and the eggs. To this mix in the shredded cheese onions, bacon and even the green bell peppers. Now stir in the hash thawed brown potatoes in it.
This should be poured well in the casserole pan that has been greased and kept aside for use.
Cover it well with an aluminium foil and then put it on bake in the preheated oven for the next 45 minutes. After about 45 minutes uncover the casserole and then bake it for the next 30 minutes on until the eggs are set well.
Take it out from the oven and cool it a little before you plan to serve it to the family or to your guests. It is bound to leave an impression you will love!
3. Classic Carrot Cake
This is one classic carrot cake with a twist of pecan to it, so if you want to bring a nice and sweet taste to the Easter meal, then this cake is the perfect one to make. Check how:
Serves: 1 Cake of 9×13 inch
White Sugar: 2 cups
Vegetable Oil: 1 ¼ cups
All Purpose Flour: 2 cups
Vanilla Extract: 3 teaspoons
Baking Soda: 2 teaspoons
Baking Powder: 2 teaspoons
Ground Cinnamon: 2 teaspoons
Salt: ½ teaspoon
Pecans: chopped, 2 cup
Grated Carrots: 3 cups
Softened Butter: ½ cup
Cream Cheese: softened, 8 ounces
Confectioner’s Sugar: 4 cups
Method to Prepare:
Along with preheating the oven at 350 degree F (175 degree C) also grease a 9×13 cake inch pan for baking and keep aside.
Take a large bowl separately and in this beat the eggs, oil 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract and the white sugar. To this mix in the flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and mentioned about of salt. Now is the time to stir in the carrots as well as the chopped pecans. This should be mixed well and then poured in the greased pan.
This cake should be baked in the preheated oven for about 50 minutes or till the time the toothpick comes out clean from the centre of the cake. This should be taken out from the oven and cooled for the next 10 minutes or so. Turn it out on a wire rack and cool it completely.
For the Frosting:
Take a medium bowl and in that mix in the cream cheese, butter, a teaspoon of vanilla extract and confectioner’s sugar. This should be beaten well until the mixture turns light and creamy in nature. The leftover pecans should be added to this and then this frosting should be used over the carrot cake in a generous manner.
Tip: You can easily remove the pecans from the recipe if you do not get a hand on them or you do not like the taste of the nut.
4. Cake Balls Lollipops
For a simple treat to kids as well as to adults, there is nothing better to serve on the Easter Day than this recipe of colourful, attractive and delicious Cake Ball Lollipops. To know more about how to make them, keep reading!
Serves: 3 dozen ball lollipops
Chocolate Cake Mix: 1 pack (18.25 ounce)
Chocolate Frosting: 1 (16 ounce)
Bar Chocolate Confectioner’s Coating: 1 (3 ounce)
Method to Prepare:
The cake mix should be prepared as the directions mentioned on the pack. This should be crumbled warm in a large bowl. To this stir in the frosting and blend it well.
Not melt the chocolate coating in the microwave in a glass bowl over a pan of water than is simmering already. Make sure you stir in the chocolate occasionally to prevent it from sticking to the bottom.
Use a melon scooper to scoop out small balls from the chocolate mixture and dip them in the warm chocolate using a stick or a toothpick. This should be placed on this can be coated with chocolate bits as well or any other coloured candy bits to make it more attractive for kids.
This is no doubt one of the best things to try as a serving just when the guests enter the house.
These 4 recipes for Easter are all worth trying this time around and trust me, you are not going to regret making even one of them! Try your hands today and see how well you make this Easter a memorable one. It is bound to spread happiness.
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