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Try something new this year and serve up these colorful carrots glazed with a sweet and citrusy orange, lemon, and honey vinaigrette.
This green side dish has a kick of lemony flavor.
This classic British fare, filled with raisins and candied citrus, should always find a home on your Easter dinner table.
One bite of this orange glazed ham and your Easter guests won't know what hit 'em.
Sunflower seeds, flax seeds, and old-fashioned oats give this soda bread a rich texture.
Pair these two spring vegetables with a zesty almond topping, and you'll have the most delightful side dish.
The only thing that can make classic buttermilk biscuits taste even better are the fresh herbs featured in this recipe.
Your guests will be blown away by this combination of savory feta, sweet green beans, and peppery arugula.
Combine radishes with fresh herbs, hot chilies, and cool cucumbers for a punchy and spicy salad.
Your holiday planning will be stress-free when you choose a recipe with an easy-to-prep meat and a well-paired salad.
Though this dish requires a bit more time to prepare, you'll be so happy you made it after you see the smiles it brings to your family faces.
An aromatic brine of juniper, cardamom, and bay infues this lean cut with juicy flavor.
Spring peas and ricotta taste oh-so-good together, and make the perfect topping for itty bitty pieces of toast.
Spicy food lovers will go crazy for this lamb that packs in extra kick.
Polish for "grandmother," Babka is typically blessed at a church before being eaten on the Easter holiday.
This simple veggie dish can be made ahead of time, so that you have more time to focus on having fun with your friends and family on the holiday.
Add some extra punch to your deviled eggs this year with this updated recipe.
Even your little ones won't be able to resist a bite of tender asparagus when it's wrapped in this easy-to-make puff pastry.
Use a frozen puff pastry to save time when preparing this dish—no one will ever know you took a shortcut!
Use whole-grain mustard to add flavor and save on calories.
This easy, rustic version of classic mashed potatoes is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
This traditional braided Greek bread, which is served on Easter with scarlet red-dyed eggs, is a winning dish.