(-Eastern European-)

milk, butter, eggs, sugar

It is an Easter bread eaten in Eastern European countries. Paska is made with milk, butter, eggs, flour, and sugar, except in Romania, where the recipe most commonly includes sweet cream, cottage cheese, and/or sour cream along with eggs, sugar, raisins, and rum. An egg and water mixture is used as a glaze.

Created Feb. 23, 2017 by: anika854

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Foods Eaten During Easter Around The World 6

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This is a list of dishes eaten during Easter from different countries around the world.