I’ve never heard of Sekanice. Could I gently suggest that when you ask questions like these, you give a bit more info? Perhaps what area of the world it’s from, or what, more common, dish it resembles.
I did a google search, and got a whole page of recipes for Sekanice. https://www.google.com/search?source...m6wJwfj2iaQ%3D
I don’t know which if any appeal to you, but if you find a good one, please let us know. Happy Easter!