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5 delicious Easter dishes you need to make for dinner

Easter dinner

Traditional dinner dishes served on Easter typically include items such as spiral honey-glazed ham, pot roast, lamb dishes, carrots, and a variety of soups and breads. Easter traditions in America have been heavily influenced by European immigrants and the customs they brought with them for the holiday. The customary European Easter dinner featured a glazed ham centerpiece. Why? Hogs were traditionally slaughtered at the beginning of winter and all meat that was not immediately consumed was salted and cured. The curing process typically took the entire winter and the hams were usually ready to eat right around Easter time. Pigs are also symbols of good luck and prosperity and consuming them for Easter celebrations was said to help the coming planting and harvesting season become more prosperous.

Here are some ideas that mix traditional dishes and themes with classics from international celebrations.

1.) Spiral Ham

Spiral HamHam is such a classic Easter staple that it is hard NOT to make it to celebrate. Here is a delicious recipe for spiral ham.

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2.) CrockPot Pot Roast

CrockPot Pot RoastAnother Easter-holiday favorite! This slow-cooked in the CrockPot beef simply falls apart.

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3.) Honey-Glazed Carrots

Honey Glazed CarrotsMuch like bunnies, carrots are also readily found at Easter. These carrots are both sweet and savory and make a great side dish.

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4.) Potatoes Au Gratin

Potatoes Au GratinCheesy potatoes are always a welcome addition to a meal. Au Gratin style are so creamy and wonderful and also incredibly easy to make.

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5.) Mushroom Risotto

Mushroom RisottoMaybe potatoes aren’t what your meal calls for… maybe rice filled with onions, mushrooms, and parmesan would work better?

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Happy Easter everyone!

Have you made any of these delicious recipes? What are your favorite Easter foods?

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