March 26, 2018

Southern Easter Dinner Recipes

My Southern Easter Menu with Coca-Cola Glazed Ham and 10 Side Dish Recipes


Southern Easter Dinner Recipes with Coca-Cola Glazed Ham and TEN side dish recipes!

We always ALWAYS have ham at Easter. And just as sure as we’re having ham, there are a few side dishes that you can also guarantee on seeing come Easter Sunday. Here’s my family’s Easter dinner menu!



Cola-Cola Glazed Ham



Ambrosia Fruit Salad



Southern-Style Green Beans

OR

Supreme Green Bean Casserole



Deviled Eggs



Southern-Style Potato Salad



Southern-Style Macaroni & Cheese – Classic Baked

OR

Southern-Style Macaroni & Cheese – Crock Pot



Greasy Rice



Sweet Potato Praline Casserole



Mama’s Yeast Rolls


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4 comments:

  1. I've made the pecan cornmeal dessert twice, but each time, I CANNOT get it to be "bready" at all My husband eats it anyway over ice cream, but this is driving me crazy. In the first step with the batter, am I missing something? Am I supposed to bake the cornmeal portion first for a time. Thank you. I love your recipes.

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    1. Hmmm... well, I don't know how much actual cornbread is left once it cooks. I have a ring around the skillet of dry cornbread then the rest is a combo of the pecan syrup and cornbread so it's wet like a bread pudding. Is that how yours is?

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  2. Hi Mandy- I love your books! Because I am usually stingy with my favorite recipes I rarely share. However, you have shared all of yours so I'll share my favorite ham recipe. It has 3 ingredients: Bone-in shank ham, not presliced, Hot pepper jelly (I use a maryland brand, but it must be mild to medium hot), and whole grain mustard. The amounts of the jelly and mustard is 2/3 jelly and 1/3 mustard, but tinker with those amounts to suit your family's taste. Heat up the jelly and mustard until the jelly is more liquid. I fully reheat/bake the ham before applying the glaze. That's it. I hope you enjoy it. Almost forgot- the jelly must be red, not green. That's because combining the two things produces a really yucky color. The red is nicer to look at! If you bake the ham in a bag, remove the bag when you start adding glaze so it will stay sticky.

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    1. That sounds delicious! Thank you for sharing it with me!

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Hi there! While I’m not able to respond to every comment, I try hard to answer any questions that haven’t been addressed in the post, recipe or in other comments.

I can tell you now 1) I have no idea if you can substitute Minute Rice or brown rice in my recipes because I’ve never used them and 2) If I know how to convert a recipe to a Crock Pot version, I will make a note about it (otherwise, I don’t know).

And though I may not respond to them all, I do read each and every comment and I LOVE to hear from you guys! Thanks, y’all! - Mandy