Armenia: Choreg (Easter Bread)
Choreg is Armenian Easter bread; a sweet roll traditionally served as a part of dessert at most Armenian holiday celebrations. It’s also perfect for breakfast or snack any day of the week.
Brazil: Quick Baked Cod in Cheese Sauce
This Brazilian classic is a must for both Christmas and Easter. It is quick and easy to make and the cod comes smoother in creamy cheese sauce. So delicious!
Great Britain: Simnel Cake (British Easter Fruit Cake)
Surprisingly easy to make, loaded with dried fruits and almond paste, this absolutely mouthwatering Simnel Cake will become a beautiful addition to your Easter table. This is a decadent treat for any occasion!
Greece: Koulourakia (Easter Cookies)
Koulourakia are traditionally shaped by hand into gorgeous twists, braids, rings, and lots of other designs. This post shows you how to make 16 different designs! Your kids will love getting involved with these designs, too.
Greece: Slow Cooker Lamb
Cooking a large joint of lamb for Easter can sometimes be a daunting task. However, this slow cooker lamb shoulder recipe comes together easily. It virtually guarantees to produce meat which is tender, juicy and full of flavour!
Guatemala: Bacalao a la Vizcaina
Bacalao a la Vizcaina is a delicious Basque dish that’s popular in Mexico and Guatemala at Easter. It features bacalao seco (dry salt cod fish) dipped in batter and bathed in tomato sauce with potatoes and olives. Delicious!
Italy: Easter Bread Rings
These traditional Italian Easter rings are a delight for children and adults alike. They double as a lovely table decor, too!
Italy: Colomba Pasquale (Easter Dove Bread)
Easter Dove Bread [Colomba Pasqua] is the most well-known of the many traditional breads prepared in celebration of the Easter holiday in Italy and around the world.
Italy: Torta Pasqualina (Spinach and Ricotta Easter Pie)
Torta Pasqualina is a traditional Italian savory Easter pie, stuffed with spinach, ricotta, and whole eggs.
Jamaica: Spiced Easter Bun
Traditionally eaten on Easter morning in Jamaica, the bun part of Bun and Cheese features a delicious spiced sweet bread infused with wine and Guinness. The mix of sweet and salty when had with the cheese is an explosion of flavors!
This brioche-like sweet Easter bread features a simple sugar icing or melted white chocolate. It is always the biggest hit at holiday brunches!
Traditional Russian Easter paskha, a festive dish made of cottage cheese (tvorog), butter, dried fruits and vanilla. This paskha recipe is healthy and incredibly delicious. Serve it as a spread for sweet Easter bread (kulich) or as a dessert.
Slovenia: Nut Roll
Nana’s Potica recipe – a Slovenian nut roll traditionally served at Easter and Christmas.
South African Inspired: Hot Cross Buns with Mango and Coconut
You will love this easy Hot Cross Buns Recipe studded with mangoes and shredded coconut which adds a touch of the exotic to these buns. Whilst traditionally served at Easter, many enjoy these glazed Hot Cross Buns at any time of the year.
Ukraine: Paska (Easter Bread)
This delicious Easter bread is so popular in Ukraine and Russia. Stuffed with raising and full of flavor, this Paska is sure to become a beautiful addition to your brunch menu.
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Christina's Cucina says
Fabulous collection of international Easter recipes! Thank you for including my Easter bread recipe!
The Foreign Fork says
Thank you Christina! I’m so glad that you like it!