Recipes should try on Easter Sunday at Mumbai Square in London

Few things give such a picnic feeling as tasty, well-filled wraps. You can go for different variations. Consider, for example, the traditional combination of mozzarella, pesto and tomato, or top up a luxurious wrap with salmon, cucumber and cream cheese. Cut into rolls, put a stick in it, and everyone can take what he or she likes! I remember that last time in 2017, when i was in Morocco, i tried Moroccan Chicken Tajine Recipe. It was really an amazing recipe, and you may visit https://moroccanzest.com/moroccan-chicken-tajine-recipe/ to learn more about amazing chicken recipe. I found it very tasty and if you have a plan to visit Morocco, than don’t forget to try it there.

1. Sweet banana bread

Of course, the sweet treats at the Easter brunch cannot be missed. However, you are not stuck with the sugary treats from the supermarket. Homemade banana bread, for example, is perfect to serve as a substitute for an extremely sweet cake.

With our basic recipe for banana bread you can vary endlessly. For example, add forest fruits to the festive occasion, or garnish the bread with chopped nuts and dark chocolate.

2. Yogurt pancakes

The batter for these yogurt pancakes is very easy to make. Mix 100 grams of flour with 150 ml of (vegetable) milk, 150 ml of Greek yoghurt and 2 eggs. Add a pinch of salt and baking powder, and bake small pancakes from this thick batter. For example, you can garnish the pancakes with red fruit, with some extra yogurt and fresh lemon zest.

3. Crumble of fresh fruit

Dessert with the Easter brunch? How about a healthy crumble? For the filling you can use your favorite fruit – for example apple, forest fruits or pear.

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For the crumble itself, mix 50 grams of oatmeal or almond flour with 50 grams of oatmeal, 2 tbsp butter and some honey to taste. Mix into a crumbly dough and cover the fruit. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes at 200 degrees and serve with fresh yoghurt, for example.

4. Healthy Easter toll

If you really want to unpack, you can also make the Easter roll in a healthy version! For that you first make the food. In a blender, mix 75 grams of almond flour with 75 grams of dried fruit, for example dates or apricots. Add a splash of almond milk if the mixture does not form a sticky ball.

Then mix 2 eggs with 250 grams of yogurt in another bowl. Add 100 grams of almond flour, 100 grams whole meal flour, 100 grams of raisins, half a lemon juice and 1 tbsp baking powder. Season with a pinch of salt and some cinnamon.

Spoon a third of the batter into a cake tin and spread the food over it in a long strip. Add the rest of the batter and garnish with nuts. Bake for half an hour at 180 degrees and done!

5. Water with a taste

With many people, fruit juices are brought to the table during the Easter brunch. If you try to stop drinking it, then [water with a taste] can be a tasty alternative! If necessary, smoothies are also a good choice. If you put different options on the table, everyone has something nice to drink.

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