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By Leigh Felesky, CBCNews.ca

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One of the year's major feasts is just around the corner. Here's compilation of some Easter recipe ideas in time for Sunday. If you have some favourites of your own, share them below.

Sides
Mash potatoes with cream cheese and chives
Saucy mixed mushroom and sweet potato casserole
Apple and onion stuffing


Main
Herb and feta stuffed leg of lamb
Baked glazed ham on the bone
Pineapple mustard glazed ham
Armenian roast leg of lamb
Filipino roast leg of lamb with sarsa
More international ways to prepare lamb


Treats
Easter cheesecake
Canadian Living: Hot cross buns
Sugar cookie bunnies (yummy and cute)
Chocolate eggs (why not!)
Chocolate cake with crepe paper flowers and phyllo Nest (if you have some time on your hands)


Do you have some favourite decorating and recipe ideas of your own? Share them below.

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Juliette Hunter

I usually make sweet rolls for Easter, similar to cinnamon buns. To make it special after spreading the melted butter and cinnamon sugar, roll up the dough as usual and join the two ends making a circle, slice almost thru the dough at 1 inch intervals, spread apart so that it looks like a flower. After it done baking, drizzle with glaze and place colored easter eggs in the centre. very festive and delicious. Thanks

Posted April 11, 2009 10:47 PM

Bolsa de Trabajo

Mexico

nice recipes. I like chicken bites with sour sauce.

Posted April 12, 2009 01:14 AM

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