Traditional Easter Foods In 5 Countries
Jun 22nd 2017
Easter is celebrated by the Christians. It is not only just worshiping, and gathering with family, but also enjoying special traditional food. In some countries, there are traditional foods that are specially made to celebrate Easter. Take a look at what people around the world are serving as part of their Easter celebrations.
Pashka means "Easter" in Russian. Pashka is pyramid-shape dessert made from cheese and often decorated with religious symbols.
Mona de Pascua, Spain
This traditional cake is quite popular in Spain. Mona de Pascua are served during holy week. Traditionally, the shape resembles a large doughnut topped with boiled eggs.
Hot cross buns, Britain
No British Easter would be complete without a hot cross bun. For hundreds of years, this sweet bun are very popular.
Tsoureki is a sweet bread with wild berry essence. This traditional bread is often decorated with red hard-boiled eggs in the middle.
Pinca, Eastern Europe
Pinca is a sweet bread marked with cross sign. It is commonly eaten to celebrate the lent in Slovenia and Croatia. It is also enjoyed in some areas of Italy.
Danisa Butter Cookies, Special Food For Your Holiday
In addition to the various foods above, Danisa Butter Cookies can be the best choice to serve during Easter and to be a gift for your closest relatives. Danisa Butter Cookies is a brand butter cookies from Denmark that has been marketed in 60 countries, including the United States, Russia, Britain, and others. Each cookie is inspired by the original Danish butter cookies as the chosen treats among European nobles.
In its own production process, Danisa Butter Cookies always selects high-quality ingredients such as the selection of the best butter and milk. Yes, there are a lot of brand that also produce Danish butter cookies nowadays, but only Danisa Butter Cookies has the commitment to always consistently used traditional Danish recipe and pleases the customers who seek the pleasure of Danish butter cookies.
Danisa Butter Cookies itself has many variants of butter cookies and filled cookies. Butter cookies consists of three variants namely Traditional Butter Cookies, Choco Cashew Butter Cookies, and Currant Butter Cookies. While Filled Cookies have two variants of Choco Filled Butter Cookies and Pineapple Filled Butter Cookies