Easter Recipes

Easter is right around the corner! Many families have recipes they repeat year after year, which we love to do also. We’re all about family traditions with the Sigona’s and Franzellas! However, if you’re looking for something different or something to use to start traditions of your own, check out a few of our easy go-tos for your Easter meal.

Find all these ingredients and more at Sigona’s in Redwood City or in the Stanford Shopping Center. We also deliver via Instacart!

If you’re looking for a salad everyone will love for Easter, look no further. This is a simple, healthy and delicious fruit salad with a fantastic honey dressing; a combination worthy of resting upon its very own bed of lettuce. These will look elegant on salad plates at your Easter tablescape.

These blackberry-ginger balsamic roasted rainbow carrots are not only delicious but incredibly festive for Easter!

Shaved Asparagus and Herbed Cheese Flatbread with Wild Patagonian shrimp serves as a nice, seasonal appetizer. It’s also easy to make suitable for vegetarians by simply leaving off the shrimp.

This French-style salad is typically served after dinner. The lettuce is very lightly dressed in oil and balsamic – just enough so there is a hint of flavor. You’ll love the butter lettuce hearts; they’re soft and light and delicately delicious

*We get our olive oils seasonally, and not all oils are available each season. In 2023, we recommend the Oliana from Portugal.

If you’re looking to spruce up your go-to asparagus side dish, give this recipe a try. Adding fresh herbs, a little lemon juice and almonds will definitely add the flare you’re after.

Looking for a little bubbly that’s different than a mimosa? Try our strawberry champagne muddle! It’s great for spring gatherings such as brunch, Easter or even Mother’s Day!

These cook all in the same skillet. There is no need for parboiling or blanching before they’re sautéed with the balsamic. Serve these alongside our recipe for One Skillet Chicken with a Satsuma-Vanilla & Marmalade Glaze to make it a complete meal!

This is a deliciously herbaceous and addictive dip for crudités or slices of toasted baguette.

Grandma Pauline's Stuffed Artichokes
Grandma Pauline’s Stuffed Artichokes

Crab-Stuffed Artichokes
Crab-Stuffed Artichokes

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