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10 Uncommon Easter Recipes

10 Uncommon Easter Recipes

April 12, 2019

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Before you start making plans, make sure you have the necessary tools to execute them. We recommend you get a useful hardwood cutting board before the day arrives! The recipes we’re suggesting contain meat, vegetables and other products that will need preparation and processing. Finally, don’t settle for anything less than wood. According to many independent researchers such as people from Huffington Post, wooden boards are always the safest bet.

Now that you know how to prepare yourself for cooking this Easter, here are 10 unique recipes that we suggest you try out. Our list consists of main dishes, side dishes, desserts and a couple of aperitifs.

Roast Lamb with potatoes

Hope you’re not hungry right now because this recipe will definitely have your stomach grumbling. Although it seems like a classic dish, roast lamb with potatoes on the side never gets old. Make sure to take your time and prepare the marinade according to your preferences because it makes all the difference.

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Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin with Grated Cheddar

This is the perfect opportunity to showcase your BBQ skills. Dishes like this one sound complicated but are overall quite simple to prepare. All you need to do is wrap the bacon around the pork tenderloin, use the indicated spices and BBQ the loin for about an hour. Serve with grated cheese on top and enjoy while it melts. Yummy!

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Mushroom Chicken Pasta

A touch of Italy never hurt anybody! However, you don’t need to be a famous Italian chef to prepare pasta. Mushrooms, chicken and pasta seem like a perfect combination for a light Easter dinner that will please the whole family.

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General Tso’s Chicken

This dish is a classic and Easter gatherings might be an excellent opportunity to showcase a new meal to your partners, relatives, and cousins. Try something out-of-the-box this year!

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Irish Lamb Stew

If you aren’t familiar with the Irish culture, you’re about to discover a whole new cuisine. Since the name of this dish is self-explanatory, we’re just going to say that you’re going to love it. 

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Pineapple Glazed Ham

One of the more traditional Easter dishes, this glazed ham is the perfect way to spend dinner with the family. Mix it up with different sides and a delicious dessert!

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Farro Salad

Bring some health to your Easter meal! This salad has a bunch of different ingredients, but they all go perfectly with one another.

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Pink Bunny Cocktail

How often do you see a pink bunny? Probably never, but you’ll love seeing it as an Easter dinner aperitif. However, don’t have too many of these since you might start seeing pink bunnies running through the room before the end of the night!

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The Island Bunny Cocktail

Six ounces of Bom Bom Nilli Vanilli, one egg white, and unsweetened cocoa powder to the top will spark up your Easter dinner with a lot of fun!

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Carrot Cake

Bunnies and carrots go well together, and Easter seems like the perfect time to reunite them. While this cake is moist and decadent, don’t be scared to pile on the icing as they pair perfectly together.

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