As Holy Week approaches, my daughters start to dream about the delicious Rosca de Pascua (Easter bread ring) we make at home. Everyone participates - one of them organizes the work area and ingredients, another one mixes, beats and kneads, while the other one is in charge of garnish, and I supervise them. But the best part of it is to enjoy it with a delicious cup of creamy café con leche.
The Rosca de Pascua originated in Spain, and is called rosca for its ring shape. It’s a version of pan dulce for this very special season. There’s an endless variety of recipes for Rosca de Pascua and different methods of garnishing and filling it.
Any way you make it, it’s just irresistible!