Easter brunch can be a wonderful reason for a family get together. It's easy to put one together and satisfy all tastes. Brunch is traditionally a combination of breakfast and lunch, so the brunch menu has elements of both. Easter brunch is a good meal for after church services when everyone can relax and celebrate the holiday and each other.
To make this Easter brunch, you'll need:
- A spiral sliced honey maple ham
- Hash brown potatoes
- Steamed broccoli with garlic and lemon pepper seasoning
- Pasta salad with sliced black olives and onions,
- Deviled eggs
- Pinot Noir
- Coffee or Tea
- Lamb cake with white icing
- Easter brunch ham can be heated in a slow cooker or roasted in the oven. Keep pan covered and baste maple mixture frequently.
- Put some oil in frying pan and add hash brown potatoes, turn over when underside is browned and crispy.
- Steam broccoli and sprinkle garlic powder and lemon pepper seasoning over the vegetable. It should be tender but a little crisp.
- Using your colored Easter eggs, peel them and cut them in half length wise. Take out the yolks and mash them in a bowl. Add a little mayo and mustard. Put the mixture back into the egg whites and add paprika on top with a dash of salt.
- Pour your guests some Pinot Noir or another favorite wine with the Easter brunch.
- Serve a traditional lamb cake with an offering of tea or coffee for dessert.
If ham is not sweet enough add some brown sugar with some water and baste. The ham that heats in the liquid at the bottom will be fork tender and delicious, so you may want to slice the ham early and rotate the pieces at the bottom.