With a little advance work, you can have brunch ready in less than 20 minutes on Easter morning.
This menu is truly a celebration of the season, starring silky cured salmon, fresh eggs, and spring vegetables, fruits, and herbs. When we say make-ahead, we’re not kidding. The gravlax needs at least three days to cure in the refrigerator. Then, with a little advance work the day before, you can have brunch ready in less than 20 minutes on Easter morning.
For hundreds more recipes and menus perfect for Easter, visit our Guide to Easter Dinner, or create your own Easter menu using the easy Easter Menu Maker app. Choose a main dish like ham, lamb, or fish, then choose your starters, sides, and desserts to round it out. The Menu Maker generates a custom shopping list and cooking schedule based on your picks.