Eid is one of the most celebrated festival in the islamic calendar. After a long, LONG month of fasting from sunrise to sunset Muslims all over the world celebrate the end of Ramadan by breaking their fast with delicious, mouth watering spread! Here is a list of such tempting dishes you must try.
This Shahi Biryani is enriched with more flavours from Nawabi kind of peoples. Perfect way to break your fast is by savouring this delicious biryani
Seviyan is weet dish that is made from vermicelli and milk. It is cooked on the special occasion of Eid ul Fitr, but also taken as a dessert after a normal, everyday meal.
Fragrant toasted spices, olives and preserved lemons make Tamasin Day-Lewis's Moroccan-style chicken a dish to be savoured
Haleem is made of wheat, meat (usually beef or mutton, but sometimes chicken or minced meat), lentils and spices. This dish is slow cooked for seven to eight hours which results in a paste like consistency, with the taste of spices and meat blending with wheat.
Moroccan Saffron Lamb simonlong/Moment/Getty Images This Moroccan recipe uses mild seasoning to allow the natural flavors of lamb and fragrant saffron to dominate the dish. Although muslim families is most likely to prepare Lamb with Saffron in the days following Eid Al-Adha, this dish can be served any time of the year.
Mutton leg roast is a delicious mouth watering dish that no one can resist which makes it one of the most popular eid dishes!
The stew is a traditional lamb tagine called Mrouzia, prepared throughout North Africa , especially in Ramadan. as people try to eat something very rich in calories to be able to fast comfortably during the day.
The name says it all!
Tender mutton mince kabab’s made to an authentic recipe.
This delicious dish is traditionally from Pakistan and is loved by many people.