Eid-ul-Adha begins on Tuesday night, with millions of Muslims across the globe ready to celebrate for the four-day Festival of Sacrifice.
The festival is celebrated globally with a lot of delicious and mouth-watering food around. So, if you too are conscious about the luscious recipes for this Eid, here we bring some of the best recipes for you.
Lauki Ghost Curry
Try a delicious combination of Lauki and Mutton and add a lot of spices and aromas to add flavour to the dish.
Give a different taste and flavour to everyday snack, Samosa. Instead of stuffing spiced potatoes and peas, try stuffing bone-less mutton. Serve the dish hot with tangy tamarind chutney.
Well, you must have tried patties a lot of time, so why not try something different this time. Serve Boneless mutton patties hot with coriander & chilly green chutney and make everyone licking the fingers.
Nihari is a slow-cooked mutton curry. Boil lamb and remove the unwanted parts. Take a hot pan and pour some ghee, whole garam masala and ginger-garlic paste. Stir till cooked brown. Add spices as needed and pour the boiled lamb. Sauté properly and let it cook for some time. Now add nicely whisked curd and diluted gram flour to the gravy. Serve hot.
Tawa Tadka Keema
Basically, this is a traditional south Asian recipe, an uncomplicated dish of chicken mince cooked with ginger-garlic paste, onions, tomatoes, whole garam masala, and spices (as needed). A mildly spiced dish is a perfect option for Eid dinner party.