With Easter just a few days away, I felt the need to re-post this timely reminder on coloring eggs – Armenian style, that is.
Links to a few of our must-have Easter recipes are also included.
We wish you and your families a Blessed Easter!
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.)
Special Note: You must start gathering onion skins now – gather as many as you can because the more you have, the more intense the color will be.
How to color Easter eggs Armenian style:
It’s very easy; start with white-shelled eggs. Hard cook eggs as you normally do, but add the onion skins to the water before you start the cooking process. Onion skins make a great natural Easter egg dye!
Need help with hard-cooking eggs? Just follow these simple steps:
Shepherds of long ago created meals of wild greens and herbs as they sought nourishment…