What are you serving for Easter?

It’s Easter time again. Have you finalized your Easter menus? If you don’t know what to prepare, check out some of our suggestions below.

Happy cooking – and – Happy Easter everyone!

Breakfast Suggestions:
Chorag, simit, lavash, Armenian string cheese, Easter eggs, olives and coffee.

Dinner Suggestions:
Appetizers: cheese or spinach boregs, hummus, mama ganoush, yalanchi
Entrée: Lamb roast or shish kebab– (no other meat will do!), fish plaki
Accompaniments: pilaf of your choice, Armenian potato salad
Vegetables/salad: Easter spinach salad, Armenian salad
Dessert: Paklava, boorma 
Beverages: Tahn, Rose Water Cooler, Armenian coffee

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3 Comments

  1. Ara April 21, 2011 at 3:09 pm

    In my family, two items are a must for Easter: the jajikh (similar to the Spinach salad you listed but made with green chard), and the peiaz, which is a dry salad made with diced hard-boiled eggs, spring (green) garlic, parsley, mint and of course salt and pepper.

    In addition, eojjah (little egg omelets with herbs fried in olive oil) and yogurt soup are traditional for the Easter Eve dinner (khetoom).

    I know that, in other parts of Armenia, it is traditional to serve rice with raisins.

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  2. Robyn April 21, 2011 at 3:33 pm

    How did I forget to include these?? Click on the recipe link in the right-hand column for our 'Armenian-style Easter Egg Salad', and 'Parsley, Onions, and Eggs'.
    Thanks for your comment Ara…always enlightening!

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