Easter traditions come in all shapes and sizes. From fun family events like decorating eggs and hunting Easter eggs to the more religious custom of attending Mass, let’s face it: What we love most about the holidays Easter is delicious food and sweets!
From the Americas to Europe, Asia and beyond, Easter cuisine leaves people in awe. From the delicious roast lamb eaten in parts of Europe and America to the sweet sensation of the sweet Rosca enjoyed in Argentina and Spain, all dishes celebrate the end. of Lent and symbolizes the rebirth of spring. Check out eDreams’ Easter food route around Europe, and read below to check out some of our favorites.
Gotu kola soup
In Germany, Holy Thursday, also known as Gründonnerstag or Green Thursday, is celebrated by eating something green. There are many variations – from scrambled eggs for brunch, to the Chervil soup of choice. The herb, Chervil, is what creates the delightful green color, commemorating the occasion.
Kulich Easter Cake
Easter bread is a delicacy and Kulich is no exception. Traditionally eaten in countries like Russia, Georgia and Ukraine, this Easter cake is made to resemble brioche bread, with eggs, butter, dried fruit, rum, and spices like cardamom, vanilla, saffron and nutmeg. It is usually prepared several days in advance, as it is often included at Easter Mass for blessing. The cakes are baked in tall tins and decorated.
Italian Easter Knot Cookies
Perfect little candies flavored with vanilla, anise or almond, combined in a perfect knot. These traditional Italian cookies may seem simple, but they’re packed with flavor and delightful appeal, as they’re usually refrigerated.
Argentine Easter “Rosca”
“Rosca de Pascua” is another bread served this season. Served in Spain and Argentina, this creamy custard brioche with cream, lemon and orange is the sweetest charm. It is traditionally served with hard-boiled eggs to symbolize the end of Lent. Today, it is decorated with candied fruit or chocolate eggs.
Advocaat is similar to Christmas-style egg nog. It is a delicious blend of liqueur, eggs, sugar and condensed milk and is very rich; It is usually eaten with a spoon. Did we mention how delicious it is?
Anyone craving one of these delicious treats? We hope our food guide has inspired you to embark on a great culinary journey this season. Don’t forget, Easter falls on Sunday, April 5. Enjoy it and from all of us, Happy Easter!