Top 7 Easter Treats from Around the World
Its Easter time and it’s all about chocolate eggs after all, really? Well this year in the season of chocolate, flowers and bunnies, we will discuss some choicest sweet treats for you to try from across the world.
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It is generally prepared in United Kingdom. According to the legends, this delicious dish is the result of a couple fighting who were not agreeing over what to do with their left-over plum pudding and unleavened dough, and reaching a compromise. Details about how the name came about are not found but it’s quite easy isn’t it?
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This is particularly prepared in Germany and especially for Nutella fans out there. You will not be disappointed at all by the way this light cake tastes. The torte is made on its simplicity and is a must try for those who like to avoid too much butter or oil and are health conscious. The ‘Hazelnut Torte’ is prepared with the regional & local twists in the places such as Italy also.
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This is usually made in Armenia & is made with special Armenian flavoured bread. It is famous for its distinct taste and is called by many other names like ‘Tsoureki’ and ‘Cozonac’ in Western and Central parts of Asia and Europe. To those living in the Middle East, the flavors’ remind of home and of the local bread and spice souks.
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This is usually prepared in Brazil & for those who prefer nut-based preparations especially when it comes to sweets. For these people, this South-American dish is a must. The name of the dish implies crumbling which comes from its brittle & powdery consistency and tendency to crumble. Its taste is worth which is what makes this dish all the more interesting along with the quality of not requiring baking or cooking.
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Prepared in Spain, torrijas are staple part of Easter meals since centuries in Iberian Peninsula. Spain has its share of sweet dishes also apart from the sour and tangy recipes.
Colomba di Pasqua
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This is an Italian cake and lively to put on the table. It’s the shape of a dove which is a symbol of peace and renewal. This is more of bread which leaves a sweet taste and made on the cultural center of celebration for Easter.
Rosca De Pascua
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This is also a bread based dish. It’s unique in itself and made especially in Argentina. It is as much treat to make as it is to eat.