I made some paska bread this week as it’s Easter Weekend. As per usual it was delicious. Growing up we ate Paska for the week before and after Easter every year. We’d slather it with paska spread and it was like eating dessert for breakfast. It’s a delicious filling Ukranian bread which here in BC is mostly eaten by Mennonites.
In the interest of getting more people onto the paska bandwagon here’s my mom’s recipe.
Traditionally this Russian Easter Bread was baked in round cans, and thus when the bread rose above the top, it formed a round dome reminding one of the domed Orthodox churches.