Tea-scented pashka

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Appears in
A Simple Table

By Michele Cranston

Published 2016

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This is a glorious old-fashioned dessert that was traditionally served as part of Russian Easter celebrations. It’s definitely one for a crowd as it’s very rich and not worth doing in smaller quantities, so keep it for special occasions or a long Easter Sunday lunch.

You can make it in any bowl or mould, but for visual impact it really is worthwhile finding and investing in a beautiful old-style jelly mould.