Easter dinner is of course on a Sunday night. Meaning, we don’t want to spend all night in the kitchen when we have to work the next day. Check out these easy and delicious Easter dinner ideas that you can put together in less than 30 minutes.
Honey Lemon Glazed Salmon with Spinach Sauté
A main and a side. Done! Just ask your Easter guests to bring another side and a dessert. This recipe from Mazola uses their corn oil which has a high smoke point and performs well sautéing and baking.See the recipe here.
Such an easy and hands-free way to cook beautiful spring asparagus. See the recipe here.
Italian Antipasti Platter
Whether it’s a holiday or just a regular dinner with your family, Anitpasti is all you need to keep a group happy! Here’s how to assemble the perfect Antipasto Platter with Prosciutto di Parma. See the recipe here.
Country Ham Fantastics
Edwards makes an awesome country ham that is tender and flavorful, perfect for Easter sandwiches. Don’t wait until you have leftovers to make these stacks, serve them for dinner! They a true crowd-pleaser. See the recipe here.
Pollo a La Brasa: Peruvian Roast Chicken
Ok, so technically this takes an hour from start to finish, but it’s only 30 minutes of hands-on time. And it’s so green and spring-y. See the recipe here.
Asparagus, Goat Cheese and Prosciutto di Parma Crostini
Perfect for spring, these Asparagus, Goat Cheese and Prosciutto di Parma Crostini are easy enough for a quick bite for the family or to serve a crowd. See the recipe here.
Tomato and Kale Pasta
A warm dish for a chilly spring evening, but with fresh flavors for the season. See the recipe here.
Easy Lemon-Asparagus Pasta
This super easy and flavorful Easy Lemon-Asparagus Pasta recipe is filled with lemony flavors and asparagus and is extremely light. See the recipe here.
15-Minute Salmon and Vegetable Bake with Yogurt Mustard Dill Sauce
Flaky, baked salmon and colorful vegetables with a yogurt mustard dill sauce makes for a perfect spring meal, in just 15 minutes. See the recipe here.
Vanilla Sugar Cookies
Add some pastel sprinkles, cut them out in egg shapes, or top with lemon zest. These cookies are super easy to adapt to make them feel spring-y. See the recipe here.
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