There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.
Visit Site
  • Rachel Kollar

    so yummy! (Slovak Easter Egg Cheese)

  • Allyn Milojevich

    Eastern European Easter cheese (milk, eggs, and sugar, yum!)

  • Michele Gill

    The Food Files: HRUTKA (Egg Cheese Ball)

  • Karen McGill

    Cirek (also called Hrudka) is a Slovak (and Polish) Easter food made from milk (soy milk works) and eggs. Slice it, and eat it cold or warmed. It's sometimes called Easter Cheese, but it isn't a cheese at all. Recipe is here.

  • Holly K. Dunn

    Sirecz- Slovak Easter cheese eggs and milk, can be sweetened, too.

  • Nicci Boersma

    The Slovak traditions for Christmas and Easter have imprinted certain taste memories that I can't avoid craving every year. One of the things I wonder why I desire is hrudka. Hrudka is also called cirek, sirets, sirok, sirecz, as well as just Easter egg cheese (by those who have trouble trilling their Rs) and it is basically a ball of scrambled eggs served at Easter. Some people put a slice of it on sandwiches but I always ate it plain

Related Pins

Modern Girls & Old Fashioned Men

Three recipes for a simpler, smaller Easter dinner menu

50 easter recipes. everything on this list that doesn't have meat looks absolutely amazing.

A creamy, sweet ricotta tart brushed with honey and decorated with flagrant fresh figs. Recipe from roxanashomebaking...

Baked Cheesy Omelet from chef-in-training.com ...The easiest and quickest way to make an omelet! So delicious too!

ham with brown sugar & mustard glaze

Pork Tenderloin with Raspberry-Cranberry Sauce. That sounds amazing!