is one of the most important religious festival celebrated by Muslims all around the globe. It is celebrated to mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan and is also known as the festival of breaking fast.
Here are the 8 most delicious dishes that the world cooks on Eid-ul-Fitr
India, Pakistan and Bangladesh- Sheer Khurma
India, Pakistan and Bangladesh are countries that like to indulge in a creamy and milky delicious sweet dish named “Sheer Khurma”. This dish is basically made with toasted vermicelli commonly known as ‘Seviyan’ topped with some dry fruits like- dates and almonds. It is considered to be one of the most auspicious and famous Eid dishes.
Laasida is a dish that is served for breakfast in Morocco. It is made of butter, couscous and honey. This is yet another sweet dish after Sheer Khurma.
In Afghanistan Eid is considered to be a very child-oriented celebration as it involves a lot of festivities specially made for the younger ones.
Bolani is amongst the famous and popular dishes made during ‘Eid. It is flatbread served with green leafy veggies like spinach, lentils, pumpkins and also potatoes.
Palestine, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq and Syria- Butter cookies
This dish has different names in all the above mentioned countries. In Palestine, they are known as ‘Graybeh’ while in Lebanon and Syria they are called ‘Mamoul’. In Iraq it is termed as ‘Klaicha’ and lastly in Egypt ‘Kahk’. All these countries have their own style and touch in making these yummy butter cookies.
Indonesia- Lapis Legit
This dish is one of the most difficult and time consuming dishes to make. It is a layered spice cake that is made from poured and broiled batter.
United Kingdom- Biryani
Biryani is a dish that every Muslim and non-Muslim knows. It is a highly flavorful dish that consists of rice with meat and some heavily spiced masalas.
Rendang is also known as spicy coconut curry. It is made out of beef and is the most popular Malaysian dish that is also enjoyed in other countries like Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei etc.
This Russian dish is basically stuffed beef or lamb dumplings commonly known as ‘Momos’ in India. However, the recipe of this dish varies from region to region.
Therefore, these are the 8 most delicious dishes made on Eid-ul-Fitr
from around the world. So, if you happen to be in any of the above mentioned countries during Eid, you know what to try!