Easter is one of the most important celebrations in Christianity. It doesn’t matter if you’re following the Catholic, Orthodox or any other teachings of the Christian religion, we all celebrate Easter, although in a slightly different manner.
These are Easy American Traditional Easter Recipes that many of you might be familiar with, if you live in United States.
No matter the size or style of your Easter feast, these party-ready recipes will please everyone at your table.
However, these recipes might be popular for Easter but many of them can be made all year round when you entertain.
Classic Glazed Ham– Ham is popular because it is accessible and easy to cook. It is used traditionally for most holiday meals and it is usually already cooked.
I have here few recipes of ham that you will like. all of them are easy to put together and delicious.
Lamb– Lamb is not as popular in America as you might think, but plenty of people enjoy having it once in a while. Most of the lamb meat comes from Australia or New Zeeland, therefore it is more expensive and less available.
Scalloped Potatoes: Comforting and delicious, the scalloped potatoes are a wonderful side dish that everyone loves.
Mashed Potatoes: Who doesn’t love those? With bacon or without, with garlic or cheese, mashed potatoes are loved and desired on every table.
Cheesy potatoes: Cheesy potatoes, cheesy hash browns or funeral potatoes are shredded, or cubed potatoes baked with cheese and creamy ingredients. More popular in the Midwest because of the colder climate, this dish is always present for gatherings.
Deviled Eggs: extremely popular and loved. There are millions of versions of these deviled eggs, so here you have some options to choose from.
Green beans: Because we need some vegetables on the table, something that is not a potato.
Hot Cross Buns and other sweet breads- These types of bread are traditional Easter breads all over the world. In my house, there is no Easter unless we have some form of sweet bread on the table.
Dessert: What kind of Easter meal would this be without a dessert?
And there is more. Here you can find another collection of recipes that might interest you for this Easter.