With Easter right around the corner, I’ve got baking on my mind as I am in charge of all of the baked goods for our family’s annual Easter supper. One of my favorite things to make is Paska bread, a deliciously dense loaf that is slightly sweet and dotted with raisins. I’m excited to share this family recipe with you!
My mother-in-law, Suzanne, passed this recipe on to me when I married her son and I have baked it every Easter for the past ten years. The recipe is Slovakian in origin and was passed down to Suzanne from her aunt’s mother, Mrs. Resavi. It is a family tradition that I treasure and am proud to be able to continue and now share with you.
I demonstrate the recipe in this video and provide my personal tips and tricks:
Let me know if you decide to try out this recipe. Please feel free to send pictures via Twitter or Facebook if you do! I’d love to hear what some of your family traditions are when it comes to homemade food and what you’re planning on making for Easter this year if you celebrate.
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