A succulent ham is the satisfying centerpiece most of us crave on Easter Sunday–but it doesn’t have to be!
Choose from several seasonal recipes we love, along with select starters and sides on your special day with loved ones. Happy holidays everyone! 😉
Thin slices of tangerine join sticks of pure cinnamon to garnish this Tangerine-Glazed Easter Ham with baby carrots. It’s a popular entry from Chef Tyler Florence of Food 911.
All you need is one hour for an awesome alternative to ham. This rustic Rack of Lamb from my friends at Cline Cellars in Sonoma, CA comes rubbed with a mouthwatering Whole-Grain Mustard and Apricot Glaze, and feeds four hungry people…
Chicken is always a good choice! Combine this Dewberry Hills Chicken with roasted eggplant topped with caponata sauce, and garnish with a basil puree and mint leaves:
This Torta Pasqualina is baked to perfection and filled with yummy egg, gooey cheese and field greens (a mix of chard, spinach and others).
Chef Kevin Bryant scores major points with his Orange Scented Glazed Heirloom Carrots — heirloom carrots topped, cleaned & peeled and blanched in delicious brown sugar:
Break out the fancy silverware for this Roasted Butternut Squash that’s stuffed with caramelized apples, topped off in a braised kale ragout. Plus, freshly grated Pecorino cheese for the win!
You’ll want to savor every last one of these paper-thin Zucchini slices, marinated and plated atop Tonnato sauce with blistered grape tomatoes.
Fall for these golden brown Easter Bunny Rolls — the cutest way to jazz up any freshly baked rolls. The original recipe calls for a pastry dough instead of a bread dough.