Pashka form “Flowers” (No. 5-6. P.I.)

Pashka form “Flowers” (No. 5-6. P.I.)


Pashka is a pyramid-shaped sweet holiday dish prepared for Easter in Orthodox countries.
The classic pasha is made in a very unique wooden mold with carved decorations.
The Church Slavonic initials “XB” mean “Hristos voskrese!” are cut into the sides of the product. (‘Christ is risen!’), which transfer to the sides of the food when the mold is opened.
The floral motif on the pasha uniform represents the beginning of spring and new life.
This form is made of solid birch.
Holds 800 g and is 17 cm high.

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100 g of soft butter

1 dl of sugar

500 g of room temperature curd

1-2 tablespoons of lemon juice

1 egg if desired

1 teaspoon of high-quality vanilla extract

0.5 dl chopped pistachios

100 g of dried cranberries

2 dl 35% heavy cream


Beat soft butter with sugar until creamy. Add room temperature and previously mixed curd, egg and seasonings. Gently fold in the whipped cream.

Transfer the mixture to a cheesecloth-lined baking dish to drain, if desired, apply pressure. Keep cool.

The next day, invert the pasha onto a platter, remove the cheesecloth and decorate, for example, with physalis and crushed pistachios.