Eid 2019: 5 dishes without which every Eid is incomplete

With an array of dishes to choose from, Eid is almost incomplete without these 5 traditional dishes. Find out more.
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Eid means dressing up, festivities and most importantly - food. Each Eid we put on our best chef hats on and get rolling for the best of the year’s festivities. Eid is incomplete without food and to all the non-vegetarians around the world, Eid marks as a day of eating the most exquisite delicacies. With an array of dishes to choose from, Eid is almost incomplete without these 5 traditional dishes.



Haleem is a slow cooked lentil and meat soup which serves as a pure comfort to non-vegetarians.  A rich mutton stew is made with a blend of various spices and is served with roti or rice marks as a perfect delicacy to start the festival.


Seekh Kebab

This is yet another starter prepared during the auspicious day of Eid. The seekh kebab is a flavorful appetizer and spicy lovers will just fall in love with it. It is prepared with minced chicken and spices. Then these kebabs are cooked to perfection and served with delicious mint chutney.



Eid is literally incomplete without layers of mouth-watering biryani. It is one of the most important dishes which is prepared with an aromatic blend of rice and mutton or chicken. It is considered as the king of all the dishes making it a staple on this auspicious occasion.



Made from milk and vermicelli, this dessert is a must for Eid. Sevaiyan can even be flavoured with nutmeg which gives it a thick layer and amazing taste.


Sheer Korma

We did keep the best for the last! Sheer korma is one of the most important dishes to have on Eid. it takes relatively more cooking time than Sevaiyan, but honestly, it is worth the while. Sheer Korma is a mandatory sweet dish which needs to be prepared in every Muslim household and it is a perfect way to start the day.


Just talking about it has made our mouths water and we cannot wait to have all these Muslim delicasies on Eid.


Which Eid dish is your favourite? Let us know in the comments section below.

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It's been covered in Haleem and seekh kabab.

how cutly u missed cow meat

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