Are you hosting an Easter Dinner party or brunch this weekend? Need to make your guests slobber over traditional Easter recipes? Don’t rush to a restaurant, who does not love the homemade recipes. Tasty foods do not mean you have to break your budget. You can surprise your guests with homemade starters to desserts.
If you are clueless about the best choices for the Easter, check out these recipes that your guest will love and won’t stop licking their fingers.
- Classic Glazed Ham
Celebrating Easter without ham is incomplete. It is a traditional Easter recipe in many houses. The look and the baking smell of the ham are amazing.
- 10 pound cooked ham
- 2 tbsp of clove powder
- 5-6 cloves
- 1 cup glaze
Steps to follow to make Classic Glazed Ham:-
- Preheat the oven to 320 degrees Fahrenheit
- Cut off the leftover skin of the ham
- Make diagonal ⅓ deep slits in the ham with a sharp knife to give a diamond pattern
- Insert some clove in those deep cuts
- Add some water in an ovenproof dish. Take another smaller baking dish. Place the ham in it. Place it in the water bath.
- Insert the dish in the oven for 30 minutes.
- After 30 mins, spread the glaze over the ham and put again to bake
- After 10 mins spread the remaining glaze and again roast for 45 mins.
Serve the ham with salad.
2. Grandmother’s Orange Salad
This is one of the oldest Easter recipes of a house. People of all ages love this traditional sweet, tangy dessert.
- 11 ounces oranges
- 8 ounces crushed pineapple
- 6 ounces orange gelatin
- 1-pint orange squash
Steps to follow to make Orange Salad:-
- In a pan add 2 cups of orange and pineapple chunks and gelatin with water.
- Stir the mixture in the pan, until the gelatin dissolves.
- Add the orange squash in the mixture.
- Grease 6 molds. Transfer this mixture in the oiled cups.
- Freeze for 2-3 hours until it completely sets.
Try out these traditional yet easy recipes this Easter. I hope these will help you liven up your Easter brunch and win the hearts.