Eid-ul-Adha Recipes are very special because of its traditional and delicious taste, these recipes are very common & most favorite of all the people in Pakistan and the rest of the countries. Eid ul azha is a special religious day of all Muslims because of qurbani and also known as “Bakra Eid 2017“; there are so many recipes that cooked on these days. Eid’s First day, the first recipe is bakray ki Kaleji & gai kaleji, this recipe is made by using very simple ingredients and very quick to make in just 20 to 30 minutes at home. At night, most of us invite family members and friends for enjoying bar b q (seekh Kabab, beef boti) recipes on the roof of the house and then some of try these recipes as well biryani, korma, chapli kebab in next days of Eid.
Must-Try Recipes During Eid Al-Adha 2017
With Eid Al Adha 2017, the “Sacrifice feast”, approaching in less than a month, sinking your teeth into some insanely delicious Eid recipes much be top on the agenda! Also popularly referred to as “Bakr Eid”, Eid Al Adha is a dream come true for foodies, especially meat lovers, with a tantalising spread of aromatic, rich, flavoursome delicacies! Here is list of some mouth-watering recipes for you to indulge in, this Eid Al-Adha 2017.
Eid Al-Adha 2017 feast!
There’s no way you can celebrate Eid Al-Adha 2017 and not indulge yourself in some salacious roast lamb! Lamb being the traditional Eid Al Adha food, every inch of this recipe screams Eid Mubarak! For this heavenly recipe to become a reality, the meat is coated with spices, herbs, and butter, before being slow roasted to savoury tenderness, in an oven
Nothing beats annihilating a heap of aromatic, spicy, princely mutton biryani, cooked the royal style! A popular rice dish from South Asia, Biryani’s make it to almost every holiday celebration, especially those which need an entire crew to be fed. Oozing with vegetables, meat, spices, and aromatic herbs, Biryani is a sure-shot show stopper for any celebration!
Mouth-watering delicacies for Eid Al Adha 2017
With its roots in India (Delhi or Lucknow), this insanely delectable, melt-in-the-mouth Eid speciality first found its place in the kitchens of the Moghul royalty. Slowly garnering fame across the world, Nalli Nihari is a slow-cooked meat gravy (mainly lamb or beef, along with bone marrow) garnished with flavoursome spices, fresh vegetables, and coriander leaves.
The holy grail of all Eid desserts across Central Asia, Sheer Khurma nails the festive occasion with its rich, subtle flavours and crunchy dry fruits. Sheer Khurma is essentially a Mughlai dessert prepared using vermicelli, milk, sugar, dates, and dried fruits. Roasted vermicelli is cooked in milk till it softens and the mixture thickens, later topped with a reasonable handful of fried dry fruits.