Easter Eggs: Traditions and Recipes
Part 2: Easter Eggs Recipes
After the long and severe 40-days fasting, people have Easter breakfast or Easter dinner. This is the time when all kinds of food are permitted - meat and milk, cheese and butter... and eggs! All festive tables are bright with multicolored hard-boiled eggs. This is a beautiful ancient Easter tradition, but the question arises: "What to do with all these eggs???"
Of course, you can just eat them. But how many eggs can you eat without getting sick and tired of them till the next Easter? I bet not many, and certainly far less than you prepare for the Easter feast. Instead, you can make the most of the egg-time and please your family and friends by making, for example, the egg-fruit salad:
Egg - Fruit Salad
5 hard-boiled eggs
1 can of pineapples
3-4 tbsp. mayonnaise
3-4 tbsp. cream
Make the salad sauce: blend mayonnaise, cream and some pineapple juice. Roughly chop the eggs, slice pineapples and bananas, cut the unpeeled apples into little cubes, and mix with the sauce. Serve cooled.