Whether you take a religious or secular approach to the holiday, no Easter celebration is complete without a tableful of delicious, spring-inspired dishes. Upgrade some of your old favorites with these foods to make for Easter.
• Baked Orzo with Mushrooms, Peas, and Cheese: Casseroles are an Easter staple. Bake up something different with this creamy dish starring orzo pasta and Romano cheese. This dish is so delicious and easy to make that it’s likely to become a year-round favorite.
• Lemon Gnocchi with Peas and Spinach: Soft potato gnocchi is the perfect pasta for any spring holiday. The creamy, citrusy sauce combined with sweet peas and baby spinach makes for a hearty, flavorful side dish.
• Rack of Lamb with Pesto: Tender, oven-roasted racks of lamb taste absolutely scrupulous when paired with pesto sauce. This Easter recipe suggests opening a can of pesto, but you can also make your own from scratch if you prefer.
• Hot Cross Buns: Make these little rolls a new part of your Easter tradition. This recipe dresses up traditional hot cross buns with plumped currants and a lemon zest glaze.
• Roasted Potatoes and Artichokes: This side dish is ready to take center stage on your Easter dinner table. Red potatoes take on a life of their own when served alongside tangy, marinated artichoke hearts. Is your mouth watering yet?
• Red Cabbage Slaw with Black Garlic Dressing: This isn’t your ordinary coleslaw. It consists of shredded red cabbage and carrot, green onion, and Black Garlic hummus dressing. A cilantro and roasted peanut topping lends a hearty, earthy taste to this Easter dinner side dish.
• Are you hosting an Easter brunch or cocktail party? These elegant little appetizers will make your guests smile. They’re fast and easy to make in mini muffin tins that effortlessly shape each bite-size nest.
• Mediterranean Deviled Eggs: Once you’ve colored all those hardboiled eggs, you need a delicious way to eat them. This recipe puts a spin on an old Easter classic by adding Mediterranean-themed toppings, such as roasted garlic, balsamic glaze, marinated artichokes, and green olives.
• Spicy Zucchini Noodles with Strawberries: This tangy, low-carb addition to your Easter brunch is a breeze to make. Simply make zucchini noodles using a spiralizer and top with avocado hummus, strawberries, pecans, and hemp hearts. You’ll get a healthy dose of fresh produce without resorting to a boring veggie tray.
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