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Do you want to prepare good, fresh and beautiful Easter food? Here is a list of 10 classic Easter buffet recipes that are both delicious and beautiful to serve on the Easter table.

At the bottom of the article you will find more information about Easter food and even more tips for Easter serving recipes.

pickled eggs

One of my all-time favorites at the Easter table is pickled eggs. They are so unbelievably beautiful and they get a good taste from the beetroot.

I usually top with seasoned eggs with a mixture of mayonnaise and sour cream, thin slices of radish and chopped chives.

If you want color on the Easter table, pickled eggs are a must. So nice and easy!

french potato salad

French Potato Salad is a very simple and fresh salad that is perfect for an Easter meal. It is made with a fresh sauce of potatoes, parsley, dill, shallots, capers and Dijon mustard.

It is also a popular dish when it comes to Easter meals, great to eat with cooked salmon.

Easter meal

Skagen’s mess

Skagenröra is a classic that is eaten in spring and summer. It is delicious, fresh and also easy to make at home.

I always serve homemade skagen puree to my Easter table. Good to eat with freshly baked rose bread.

Skagen shines

Smoked salmon with chef’s sauce

Hovmästarsaat are a classic for serving at both the Christmas table and the Easter table. It is usually eaten cold smoked or with smoked salmon, which is a great combination.

In addition to being delicious, it is also very easy to make yourself!

Butler sauce

Easter pie

A big favorite at the Easter table is the Easter pie. Easter pie can be made in many different ways, but mine is made with asparagus, red onion, parmesan cheese and egg.

The pie is decorated with leaf spinach, asparagus, smoked salmon and half of eggs (preferably pickled eggs for a beautiful and Easter look).

Easter pie

poached salmon

Cooked salmon is a classic on the buffet table because it is great served cold. The salmon is cooked in a home cooker, and it only takes 1 hour and 15 minutes to cook it.

This is a nice and simple dish for an Easter lunch or Easter buffet.

poached salmon

herring cake

If you love herring, making a herring cake is a must. The base of the herring cake dough and the food are filled with herring leaves, red onion, sour cream, crème fraiche and gelatin.

The cake is seasoned with salt, pepper and herring hoe for added flavor, and topped with chopped chives and thin slices of red onion.

Easter meal

rose bread

Rosenbrod is a classic bread for the Easter table. Partly because they are beautiful, but also because they are awesome.

I like to split the buns and add a layer of salmon or skagen puree. yum!

rose bread

the salmon is frying

If you want to replace the skagen puree, you can try making salmon puree. It’s a similar mess made with smoked salmon, red onion, leek, crme frache, mayo, chives and dill.

Salt, pepper and freshly squeezed lemon juice also contribute to good taste.

Easter meal

old man fucked

Another herring classic on the Easter table is the old man’s mash. Elderly people’s mash is usually made from anchovies, but in my recipe I use diced edible anchovies.

In addition to the herring, I add chopped red onion, egg, crme fraiche, mayonnaise, dill, chives and salt.

A classic on the Easter table, adored by everyone who loves to eat jelly.

old man's mess

More about Easter dinner

Easter food is typical food served and eaten during the Easter weekend. In Sweden, there is usually an Easter buffet with different dishes.

Easter meals vary greatly depending on where you are in Sweden. In any case, classics that are also served on the Christmas table are Jenson’s tempting egg halves, meatballs, prince sausage, herring, salmon and butler sauce.

Other classic dishes on the Easter table include gabborra, scavenger, steamed salmon, herring cake, crackling bread and fried lamb.

As Easter food, we eat mandatory Easter drinks and various sweets, chocolate and marzipan.

More Easter dishes and accessories


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