I know that Easter is gone but still I really wanted for you to see how I prepared my eggs and cake for Easter celebration. I really enjoy preparing eggs and coloring them with natural ingredients. Oh, and how fun it is to wait and later on see how they turn out!
First thing to start with is to find a cloth or some fabric where the eggs will be rolled in and tied up.
The next step is to prepare all the necessary ingredients that you are going to use.
For the whole process I used: kettle and spoon. For the egg coloring I used: white rice, onion peel, salt, adhesive tape, parsley, coffee, thick thread and conifer branch.
1) Take the cloth, take your egg and start to put all the ingedients under, near or on the egg.
2) When you have put all the wanted ingredients near the egg then you need to wrap the cloth around it and tie it with the thick thread.
3) Take kettle and put in it all the onion peels.
4) When you have tied it quick thick you have to put it in the kettle.
5) Then put the kettle to boil. When you see that the water is boiling put the timer on to 10-15min.
6) When the eggs are ready pour cold water all over them, wait for 10min and let them cool down.
7) Wrap them out of the fabric and see the result!
For the whole process I used: pan, two spoons, containers for the strawberry mix and whipped cream mass. For the cake I used: 4 packages of biscuits (in one pack 180g), 250ml of blackcurrant jam,4 packages of cottage cheese (in one package 210g), suger (4 tablespoons), 0,5l of whipped cream and 500g of blended strawberries.
1)Take your plate, pan or something where you will prepare the cake.
2)Put the first layer with biscuits.
3)Then on top of the biscuits put whipped cream which is mixed together with cottage cheese.
4)After you have done that put the jam that you are using (for one cake I used blackcurrant jam and for the other strawberry mix).
5)And then it starts all again with the biscuit layer, then the whipped cream mass and jam.
6) Do this till your tray is full.
7) Last layer should always be the biscuits.
HAVE A GREAT COOKING!
What kind of things you prepare for your Easter celebration?