Eid-al-Adha 2021: 3 lip-smacking dishes to eat this Bakrid and their recipes… WATCH
Here are some utter mouth-watering delicacies to include in your menu to mark this day with memorable experiences.
New Delhi: One of the most auspicious festivals of the Islamic Faith, Eid-al Adha will be celebrated tomorrow. On the occassion, the Muslim community gathers in mosques in large numbers to offer prayers. Goats are sacrificed as a gesture of undying devotion and obedience to the god, which is why the festival is also known as Bakrid.
Bakrid will be celebrated on July 21. The day marks preparation of delicacies at home to be served to family and friends is a mandatory custom.
Here are some utter mouth-watering delicacies to include in your menu to mark this day with memorable experiences:
1) Mutton Biryani :
Biryani has become quite obvious in the Muslim festivities and gathering by now. Mutton Biryani, made with perfectly cooked mutton pieces, rice, ghee and aromatic blend of spieces, this dish is a makes very occasion extra special.
This easily prepared, slow-cooked creamy mutton stew is not just delicious, but looks classy on the dining table as well.
3) Nalli Bhuna:
This traditional slow-cooked mutton curry is all about its blend aromatic spicy taste. Served with rice or flatbread, Nalli Bhuna is an absolute paradise for curry lovers.