Eid-ul-Azha, also known as the “Festival of Sacrifice,” is one of the most important religious celebrations for Muslims around the world. It commemorates the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son, Ismail (Ishmael), as an act of obedience to God. Just as Ibrahim was about to carry out the sacrifice, God replaced Ismail with a ram, symbolizing His mercy and compassion.
Here is a list of 5 yummy dishes for Eid celebration which can make for a complete meal for you. All you have to do is begin cooking:
A very renowned biryani from Lucknow, it has the perfect mix of spices that makes it more flavourful. The biryani is layered with rice and yummy mutton pieces. It’s then topped with soaked saffron in milk which just adds the additional punch to Awadhi biryani.
This royal biryani is usually enjoyed on special occasions like Eid. The preparation of the biryani does take time but it’s worth the wait.
All-time favourite mutton korma is something without which no Eid celebration could ever be complete. Sure, this slow-cooked delicacy takes time, but the results are off the juicy flavourful meat chunks that are great to eat with roti, rice or biryani.
What better to start the celebrations than these easy and flavourful kebabs? Made in a shorter span of time, all they require is minced mutton, raw papaya, masalas like jeera, coriander, black pepper powder and ghee for brushing at the end.
There’s nothing that will beat a sweet sheer khurma after the heavenly meal that you devoured. Eid isn’t complete without this creamy dessert and therefore the better part is that it’s quite easy to try.
Another popular kebab dish, shami kebab, is soft, spicy and melts in your mouth in no time. The recipe for mutton shami kebab is fuss-free and it can be cooked easily at home.
We hope your Eid celebrations are elevated with these recipes. Eid, Mubarak!