The holy day of Easter or Resurrection is just around the corner. For those who are not aware, Easter is celebrated 2 days after 'Good Friday' as the day of resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Whether a Christian or not, who would want to leave a chance of meeting friends for Sunday supper.
Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new life
So, what are you waiting for? It is Easter Sunday and we advise you to call your long-lost friends for a quick bite and catch-up. Now you would wonder what to prepare for the "Easter Sunday" buffet?
In order to spice up your Easter Sunday, here is a list of 5 dishes to complete your buffet:
How can Easter be complete without decorated Easter eggs? So, start decorating a dozen of shelled eggs for creating the feel. You can also include boiled eggs to your supper as sides to your dishes.
Easy-to-make and loved by all, baked/mashed potatoes is the perfect dish to offer your guests this Easter. It is not hard to make mashed potatoes and can be used as a dip, frosting or side-dish.
The main attraction of your supper must be a well-roasted, juicy lamb. If you think preparing roasted lamb will consume half of your Sunday then ordering it is also not a bad option. Some roasted lamb, red vodka and old-friends are all you need this Easter.
What about the drinks? For you and your friends, ‘Bloody Mary’ will be the perfect drink to spice up the Easter supper. Bloody Mary can be easily made at-home using some vodka and tomatoes.
Okay! Now you’re friends ate and are drunk, what else is left? In order to conclude this Easter Sunday perfectly, you must include a dessert. And there is no dessert like the all-time favorite Apple pie.
Now, the only thing left to do is to make a list of your friends, call them and start preparing the Easter buffet. Have a happy and prosperous Easter Sunday and stay tuned for more lifestyle related updates