It’s never too early to start planning for Easter –
arranging baskets of treats for the children,
baking plenty of chorag, your favorite lavash, making paklava, and most important, coloring hard-cooked eggs with onion skins, the Armenian way!
(Did you know Armenians have a traditional way of cracking Easter eggs? Click here to find out more.)
|Egg shells colored by onion skins! Photo by Marash Girl|
gather as many as you can because the more you have, the more intense the color
what to do to color Easter eggs Armenian style – it’s very easy:
Hard cook eggs as you normally do, but add the onion skins
to the water before you start the cooking process.
onion skins now if you’re coloring eggs for Easter.)
immediately in a bowl of cold water. (This stops any further cooking, makes
eggs easier to peel, and helps prevent a greenish ring from forming around the