7 Delicious Recipes To Celebrate Eid

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As the holy month of Ramadan comes to an end, it is customary to celebrate with a delicious feast on Eid-ul-Fitr. Here's a list of some special Eid dishes and delicacies.

1. Sheer Khurma

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While ‘sheer' is Persian for milk, 'khurma' stands for dates. This traditional vermicelli pudding is made differently in every household. 

2. Shahi Tukda

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Perhaps one of the easiest but extremely delicious, Shahi Tukda is made with bread, milk, khoya and nuts. It is an indulgent dessert truly fit for royalty.

What's an Eid feast without mutton? Mutton korma - a standard part of the Eid dinner menu - is made with aromatic spices, cashewnut paste, rose water and saffron.

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3. Mutton Korma

4. Biryani

 A must-have Eid delicacy, Biryani never goes out of style. Rice, paired with pieces of your favourite meat, biryani is one classic and timeless dish.

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Traditionally a breakfast dish, nihari is made with several soothing spices and kewda water. It is also enjoyed during dinners with friends and family. 

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5. Nihari

6. Haleem

A popular sehri and iftar staple, haleem also forms part of Eid festivities. It's made with coarsely pounded meat and is a flavoursome treats you don't want to miss.

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Could there be a better starter than seekh kebab? It is made with minced lamb marinated in a variety of spices, grilled on a tandoor and served with green chutney. 

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7.  Seekh Kebab

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