What are Easter eggs made of?

Kraszanki are also known as malowanki, byczki, or kroszonki. They are dyed eggs prepared for Easter. The name derives from “kraszenie,” which means dyeing. Traditional kraszanki have a solid color and do not have any patterns. The classical appropriate color is achieved by boiling the eggs in a broth with the addition of coloring plants, such as onion skins giving a dark red color, and cornflower petals dyeing the shells blue.




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