Easter holidays are one of the best times to gather with your friends and family. It’s a moment that symbolizes rebirth and prosperity.
And what better way to celebrate the occasion than to invite them for a hearty meal at your house.
There are many food selections to choose from to celebrate Easter.
Aside from the symbolic Easter eggs that symbolize the essence of Easter, there aren’t any specific foods that are directly associated with Easter.
Different cultures will have a slightly different take on what should constitute a proper culinary menu for Easter.
Here are some Easter culinary recipes from around the world to get you started.
Stuffed Grape Leaves with Meat and Rice
A favorite dish in Greece that is usually served with Greek salad, or served as a side dish.
They are traditionally called Dolmathakia me kima, meaning little stuffed wraps.
However, you can opt to use larger grape leaves to create a larger meat and rice package more suitable for a wholesome meal.
The primary ingredients for this Greek dish involve short grain rice (or optional long grain for more fiber), minced Sirloin beef, grape leaves, lemon juice and a variety of seasoning to add flavor.
Are you planning to cook this delicious Greek meal? Puri Pangan Utama has got your recipes covered.
We’ll provide a fresh Sirloin Steak in 200 grams slices to help you prep for this meal.
Mexican Bread Pudding (Capirotada)
In essence Capirotada, is Mexican bread pudding that is made with cinnamon, cloves, raisins, dried fruits and cheese.
It’s a unique combination that a favorite dish to eat during the Lent that precedes Easter.
The recipes chosen for this dish also carry a symbolic meaning to Mexican and Mexican-American families to remember the suffering of Christ on the cross.
This dish is a great option to supplement your main dish, and can also be served as an appetizer or even as a standalone dish.
The unique taste and combination of ingredients are sure to leave a lasting impression for your guests during Easter gatherings.
If you’re looking to try this dish yourself, Puri Pangan would gladly provide you with some of the ingredients.
They can also be saved for later use as a healthy snacking option. (link to dried apricots blog or dried fruits blog).
For an appetizing main-course meal one of the best is by serving freshly cooked Glazed Salmon.
Salmon is relatively easy to prepare and can be coupled with a variety of side dishes to compliment the dinner.
Depending on the size, you can have the salmon cut and served in fillets where your guests can help themselves.
The main ingredients for the perfect Glazed Salmon recipe are shallots, coarse salt and pepper, extra virgin olive oil, lemon and a fresh cut of Salmon.
You can opt to keep the skin or remove it based on personal preference.
If you want to serve it in fillets, we recommend you remove the skin to make it easier for your guests to help themselves for a fillet.
Here at Puri Pangan Utama we offer Fresh Salmon Fillet for you to prepare for your Easter holiday dinner.
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