paskha

paskha

[pahs-khuh]
noun Russian Cookery.
an Easter dessert of pot cheese mixed with sugar, butter, cream, raisins, nuts, etc., and pressed into a pyramidal mold: usually served with kulich.

Origin:
< Russian páskha, special use of Páskha Easter < Greek páscha; see Pasch

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