A day of friends, family and beloved pets coming together for faith, easter egg hunts, fresh hot crossed buns and a grand Easter feast. After a month of abstinence, it’s finally time to sink your teeth into all the Easter favourites and catch up with your friends and family.
“But what about social distancing?”
If Easter mass can be virtual, why not an Easter brunch? It’s time to connect with family across streets, borders and seas to celebrate new beginnings with new virtual traditions.
Limited supply in the market has limited our choices for a spread. So, we’ve put together a few recipes you can try, with just 10 eggs and the chicken that laid them, to make your Easter special.
As the German folklore goes, the night before Easter, the Easter Bunny lays colourful eggs filled with candy, chocolates and other delightful treats. Unfortunately, because of the lockdown, the bunny can’t make it this year. So let’s continue the tradition and make a delightful breakfast favourite with the eggs you have at home.
A simple appetizer, but a big hit at brunches. With just a few ingredients required, deviled eggs are a great addition to your Easter menu. We’re still unsure of what came first – the chicken or the egg, but we are sure that the deviled eggs are the first to go.
Garlic Roast Chicken
Since time immemorial, a grand feast has always had a well-roasted chicken on the table that brought families and friends together. It’s time to maintain that tradition and roast a nice meaty chicken (cut of your choice) for the family, with just 6 ingredients!
Easter Eggs In A Nest
It’s a common practice in the west to make nests for the Easter Bunny to lay its eggs. So let’s get started on those nests and end the meal with an Easter egg hunt!