2017-05-26

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Eid ul Adha The Special Recipes

Eid-ul-Adha is the "Salty Eid" because a larger variety of dishes than those served during Eid-ul-Fitr are savoury, including beef or mutton depending on the animal slaughtered in the house. Meat of these animals presents offered to friends, relatives, and the poor of the society. A BarBQue is a must on first day of Eid-ul-Adha. The fried liver of the animal is used as breakfast and different dishes include different varieties of kebabs (boneless meat that has been meshed and fried or roasted), haleem, Korma, and other varieties. Rice dishes, including different forms of Pulao and Biryani, are also very popular in South Asia.

Lamb Jalfrezi

Put the lamb and stir in it to well-coated the all pieces. Lower the the heat and covered the lid on the pan and leave to cook for half an hour on very low heat or wait until it's become soft and tender. ...

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Seekh Kabad Beef

Qeema machine main 2 se 3 bar nikal lain sath hi piyaz, hari mirch aur adrak bhi pees lain. Dahi, Lal mirch, Garam masala, sookha podina, Baisan aur anday daal kar achi tarha mix kar lein, aur 1 se 2 ghanto kay liye rakh dain....

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Dilpasand Mutton

Warmth the oil and fry the onions till they are light golden in colour. Remove with a slotted spoon and grind them together with the cardamoms, cloves, nutmeg and mace....

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Chapli Kabab Recipe

Take minced put coriander seed, cumin, pomegranate seeds, egg and all the ingredients except tomato. Mix it well and leave it in a fridge for half an hour. ...

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Kaleji Masala Fry

Cut the liver into small pieces and mix in the ginger, garlic, chilli powder, yoghurt, garam masala, kusoori mathi and salt. Heat the ghee, add the onions and saute till light golden brown......

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