– An Easter pavlova with orange curd is worth trying now. A simple Easter variant of the famous pavlova, explains food consultant Toril Gulbrandsen of the Fruit and Vegetable Information Office (FVO) in a press release.
– Garnish with orange fillets, chopped strawberries, blueberries and a few small eggs with almonds, and here is a magnificent cake in the purest Easter style, smiles Gulbrandsen.
You can also make mini pavlovas with delicious orange curds and berries for decoration, so that young and old can enjoy tasty Easter decorations to taste.
Make the Orange Chocolate Cake
Friday is cake day here as a sweet start to Easter and in the faith tradition, among other things, oranges belong. Make chocolate cupcakes in oranges. It’s guaranteed to be a hit this spring. Not only does it taste incredibly good, but it’s also a lot of fun to make for both little and big hands.
– It’s a perfect combination, says Toril Gulbrandsen and continues:
– Divide the oranges in two and take most of the entrails that you cut into pieces and arrange in the dough, the orange juice also. Pour the cake batter back into the orange peels. You can bake them on parchment paper or wrap them in aluminum foil and grill them over a fire or grill.
– They should preferably be a little tender in the middle and eaten with a spoon straight out of the shell while they are still a little warm, explains Toril Gulbrandsen.
You will find several good recipes on frukt.no and photos of mouth-watering cakes.
Easter Pavlova with orange curd, berries and almond eggs
An Easter variant of the famous pavlova
Make chocolate cupcakes in orange peel