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5 Recipes to celebrate Easter

Happy Easter :  I have been invited by Elin of  Elinluv's Tidbits Corner to place a menu tagging game for the Easter party.  Rule of the game is to suggest 5 to 10 recipes and upload the photos with their respective links.  After that, I've to tag 10 bloggers to do the same.

Here's my Easter menu from my past recipes.  Click on the titles to go to the recipes.
















I would like to invite the following friends to join in the fun :-

  1. CG  of   Cooking Gallery
  2. Shaz  of  Test with Skewer
  3. Jess  of  J3ss Kitch3n
  4. Jasmine of  The Sweetylicious
  5. Jen  of  Tastes of Home
  6. Chris  of  Yummy Bakes
  7. Wen of  Wen's Delight
  8. Hanushi  of  Simply Hanushi
  9. Mary Abbot of  Sweet Success Baking
Happy Easter to all of you who are celebrating Easter!



Comments

  1. madam, great looking dishes, i like the fish fillets especially! happy easter to you!!

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  2. You have a good looking menu here. I wish I had some of the steamed fish and vermicelli today for my Easter meal. I was tagged and played along too, it was fun!

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  3. Thanks for tagging me dear! Oops I am a bit late, but I will try to join in anyway, better late than never eh ? :) Tasty menu.

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  4. Cheah, thank you so much. what a spread to celebrate Easter. I love all of them in particular the walnut streusel cake and pumpkin snow fungus dessert.

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  5. Lena
    Thanks. Your menu is also mouthwatering!

    Lyndsey
    I wanted to tag you but then you were already 'taken'. It's fun, right?

    Shaz
    Welcome, better late than never!

    Yummy Bakes
    I love the dessert too, more so when the weather is hot!

    Jen
    Very confident that you'll cook up a perfect menu!

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  6. Very oriental kind of meal for your Easter:D I like the fish best, because I don't get to eat fish alot:D

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  7. Everything looks yummy! Happy Easter!

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  8. Cheah, Having so much good food at the Easter party, I would like a bowl of your Pumpkin Snow Fungus dessert to cool me down ;DD

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  9. Jeannie
    Ya, something different from the norm.

    pigpigscorner
    Thank you! Happy belated Easter to you too!

    Anncoo
    Yup, so much food at the party. I like your avocado salad!

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  10. Cheah, thanks for bringing so much food for the Easter party. I love every dish you brought to the party :) Thanks !!!

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  11. What a feast here, Cheah. Too bad, we're not celebrating it. lol! I was invited too but still delaying the post. hehe... Besides, I was busy too. You have a lovely evening.
    Sweet dream, Kristy

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  12. nice picture you have been putting up but my outcome is never as nice as yours.

    Papacheong
    http://home-cook-dishes-for-family.blogspot.com/

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  13. You cook like a pro! O gosh...the mushrooms in the soup..so great!

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  14. Elin
    Thanks for the invite! So much goodies!

    Kristy
    Better late than never!

    Cheong
    Oh, practice makes perfect, you'll master your photography skills in due course, matter of time.

    Angie
    I'm still an amateur, lots of room for improvement!

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  15. Love the crispy bits of the cereal prawns and of course the prawns too! :)

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  16. Penny
    Thank you!

    Chopinandmysaucepan
    Oh yes, this is a truly delicious dish.

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