Eid falls on 15th June 2018. Marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan
Eid al-Fitr means -the feast of breaking the fast
Signature dish associated with the festival is meethi sevaiyan or sweet
'Tis the season of festivities again. Eid ul-Fitr is just around the corner. Muslims in India are celebrating Eid today, 16th June 2018. Marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan, Eid is the first day of the month Shawwal. Eid is one of the most widely celebrated festivals across the world. According to the Islamic calendar, Eid is celebrated twice a year as Eid al-Adha, and Eid ul-Fitr. Eid ul-Fitr means "the feast of breaking the fast." Eid ul-Fitr is also known as Meethi Eid, since the signature dish associated with the festival is meethi sevaiyan or sweet vermicelli. But that in no way means that Eid ul-Fitr is any short of savoury goodness. A quintessential Eid ul-Fitr spread is as much about the rich, spicy and meaty indulgences as it is about the sugary and delectable desserts. We have picked some of our best Eid special snacks for you.
This festive gathering, don the chef cap and impress your family and friends with these amazing Eid special snacks.
The legend goes that the Nawab had lost most of his dentures due to old age, but his penchant for kebabs was far from dying. So for their toothless Nawab, his seasoned khansamas came up with kebabs that didn't require so much of chewing, and this paved way for galouti kebabs. The melt-in-mouth kebabs made with minced mutton and a melange of heart-warming spices are a treat you won't want to miss. (Also Read: Eid 2018: Top 8 Delectable Chicken Recipes To Prepare For Eid ul-Fitr)
Melt-in-mouth kebabs made with minced mutton and a melange of heart-warming spices
The kebabs get their name from their city of origin-Kakori. Made with minced lamb, chillies and host of eclectic spices, these kebabs are a treasure trove of flavours. Team them with mint chutney and sliced onions for best experience. (Also Read: Eid 2018: How To Make Double Ka Meetha For Your Eid Gathering)
Kakori Kebabs are made with minced lamb, chillies and host of eclectic spices,
The Lebanese wrap of pita bread or Khubz, stuffed with generous filling of well-grilled meat, cucumber and tomatoes, traditionally served with mayonnaise and sometimes fries, makes for one filling snack. This chicken-filled wrap is sure to be one of the star dishes at your Eid party. (Also Read: 5 Best Shawarma Places In Delhi)
The Lebanese wrap of pita bread or Khubz, stuffed with generous filling of well-grilled meat
CommentsLet's admit it. Cutlets have always been one of your best tea time companions. Make them right for this festive gathering with this delicious recipe. Pair them with ketchup, chutney or just have them as is. These crispy cutlets are sure to impress.
Cutlets have always been one of your best tea time companions