Eid Ul Fitr 2020 : 8 Things To Eat During this beautiful festival

Eid Ul Fitr 2020 Mubarak! Eid is one of the festivals most celebrated among Muslims in India and abroad. By breaking their fast with delicious and indulgent dishes, they celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan. If you’re looking to host one at home, or you’re hoping to go out and try some traditional cuisines, we’ve compiled a list of 8 favorite festive dishes you just need to try this season! So here’s a list of those mouth-watering dishes you’ll have to try. Make sure that you feed all delicacies to your loved ones.

Eid UL Fitr 2020 : 8 delicacies to eat during this beautiful festival

Pulao

Pulao is an Indian dessert made especially during Eid and other festivals. It is a sweet rice recipe garnished with dry fruits, saffron and khoya. Try this simple and interesting recipe at home.

Biriyani

Oozing with vegetables, spices, mutton & aromatic herbs, Biryani is for any celebration a sure-shot show stopper and is a popular Eid meal in India!

karanji

Small pastry pockets filled with poppy seeds, coconut grated, cinnamon, almonds and cardamom. Crescent shaped like empanadas, karanji needs quite some time to cook. For that they are mostly reserved for special occasions such as Eid.

Gulab Jamun

The traditional pillowy gulab jamun suffices to fulfill our sweet cravings. Gulan jamun is one of the most famous and oldest Indian desserts we’ve enjoyed growing up. So try this sweet at home.

Seviyan

Seviyan is a traditional Indian recipe made particularly during festivals. Made from vermicelli, butter, rose water, and almonds, this dessert recipe is so divine that one and all love it. Use this Seviyan recipe to make them even more delicious on days like dinner and parties.

Phirni

Phirni is a very popular dessert made from ground rice and milk during festivals. It is an aromatic dish which has for centuries been part of Indian culture. In Phirni, broken or semi ground rice is cooked with milk in comparison to kheer where whole rice is used.

Haleem

This rich stew of moutons is a common staple of Iftar. Made with pounded meat, this is a tasty meal you wouldn’t want to skip.

Mutton Korma

This tasty mutton curry is full of spicy masalas, cashew nut paste, rose water and saffron. Also naan and roti match up very well with the succulent and spicy mutton pieces.

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