More to explore:

Cheese Ball

Visit site
  • melanie sakowski

    Hrudka (Slovak Easter Egg Cheese) 1 dozen eggs 1 quart milk (dairy-free for us, I used soy) 1 teaspoon salt

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Allyn Milojevich

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

Related Pins

Mmmmmm, yummy fresh cheese! I'd spread this on crostini, top it with kalamata olives, fresh mint, a drizzle of fruity olive oil & cracked Malabar pepper. Delish!

Marinated Feta. Yum. ty Sweet Paul. via David Lebovitz

Uovo di cioccolato hello kitty-Chocolate egg hello kitty

Easy Microwave Edible Cheese Bowls. Always a WOW! I made them smaller with 1/4 cup fresh grated parm and only cooked for 1 minute in microwave. Best tip is to be ready to IMMEDIATELY turn in onto bowl and nest with other bowl. Very easy though. Recipe at TheYummyLife.com

Homemade Mascarpone >> Awesome! Mascarpone is so pricey, cannot wait to try this.

50 Deviled Egg Recipes. To use up those Easter morning eggs! (die the egg whites to add some color to your Easter dinner spread!)

Fresh Made Pasta - The Basics... MUCH easier than you think. This is a recipe for basic egg pasta . I use this for artisan raviolis and linguine. YOU CAN DO THIS

Little Chicks. I wish I'd seen them before I used up all my egg-shaped frosted cookies!