Three Easter Recipes You Must Try
As one of the most seasonably responsible restaurants in Warwick, we know what makes Easter dining with loved ones special. Once you’ve had your fill of chocolate eggs, it’s time to turn your attention to some delicious Easter dishes.
Hot Cross Buns
The cross on top of these fruit buns is a symbol of the crucifixion – they are traditionally eaten on Good Friday. A firm favourite with all at Easter, many people look forward to Hot Cross Buns throughout the year and supermarkets see a surge in sales. There’s nothing better than making them yourself, so if you’re interested in a twist on the traditional recipe, you can try an apple based one here.
Simnel cake is a light fruit cake with two layers of almond paste or marzipan. This traditional cake’s origins are unclear, but its distinctive taste is synonymous with Easter. Made with a layer of marzipan in the middle and on top, it is often prepared with 11 marzipan balls to represent the apostles – with the exclusion of Judas. To try this recipe, you can follow it here.
Served at The Last Supper, bread is believed to represent the body of Christ and is revered in Christian ceremony. The perfect starter, side or dessert for any dish, bread is commonly made during Christian celebrations and during the Easter weekend festive treats such as eggs and chocolate can be added. Here are 52 Easter Bread recipes that you can try.
We can’t forget the fantastic flavours of a traditional Sunday lunch. On April 1st you can join us for fine dining – Warwickshire’s most special Easter Sunday Lunch will be served at Wroxall. Served 12pm- 3pm, you can enjoy free flowing bubbles, traditional roast beef and our homemade Yorkshire pudding – not forgetting all the trimmings, for only £28.95 per person.