Eid Special !!! Top 5 must have foods on this festival

New clothes, loads of feasts lined up, kids waiting for their piggy bank to overflow, the delicious smell of vermicelli being cooked in the kitchen and the soothing fragrance of bukhoor enchanting the atmosphere. Yes, Eid is around the corner ❤

The festival of Eid -ul- fitr is celebrated widely across the globe and its a time for family feasts. A time where relatives and friends alike visit you and invite you for lavish feasts. Arabic food is the centre of this joyous Festival but most of us are unaware of the delicious Eid delicacies has to offer. In this article we are going to elaborate these dishes that you must must try.

Sheer Khurma | www.ruchiskitchen.com
Sheer Khurma | www.ruchiskitchen.com

1. Sheer khurma/ sev khurma
The ultimate essence of Eid, nothing can beat this extraordinary delicacy. Vermicelli cooked in an infusion of milk ghee and rich dry fruits. Sweet and mouth watering, sheer khurma will be the first answer you will get by any muslim when you ask them what is their favourite Eid delicacy. You can have sheer khurma at a muslim restaurant or try and make it yourself by watching its many recipes online.

Biryani | www.whatsuplife.com
Biryani | www.whatsuplife.com

2. Biryani 
The star of every auspicious occasion be it a birthday or a marriage or EID. Everything is incomplete without biryani, aromatic preparation of rice herbs and meat, biryani is a mouth watering treat enjoyed by all.

MalPua | www.Sailusfood.com
MalPua | www.Sailusfood.com

3. Maal pua
Fried pancakes smothered in sweet condensed milk and dry fruits, sometimes garnished with rose petals, maal puas are a sweet lovers dream come true.

Galouti Kababs
Galouti Kababs

4. Galauti kebabs
These are my most favourite form of kebabs, soft succulent kebabs made using a fine mince mutton paste. Galauti kebabs melt in our mouth leaving behind a rich aromatic flavour, a royal treat in itself. Galauti kebabs are a must try.

Falooda | www.sbs.com.au
Falooda | www.sbs.com.au

5. Falooda 
Aah every meal is incomplete without a falooda. A cool drink made in many many different flavours like rose and saffron, using a flavoured syrup, topped with sweetened milk and loads of sweet basil seeds and pieces of jelly finished with a dollop of icecream on top. Falooda is a royal finish to a Royal Eid feast.

There are many other dishes made by muslims throughout the globe to celebrate EID but these mentioned above are the 5 most common and famous ones. Do get your hands on them if you can, have a happy and blessed EID

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