Eid-ul-Adha is approaching in a few days and we shall loosen our belts to devour the meat for the whole of next month. From the first day of eid to the next few weeks, we are hardly going to get anything else than meat. Does the thought of eating it every day make you feel dizzy? Don’t worry. We have a solution for you. What harm would meat do to your taste buds if you eat something new every day? For the upcoming Adha, we need to try tasty and unique desi Eid-ul-Adha recipes to not hate meat.
It is also really confusing to decide what to make for the never-ending series of feasts. As the people of Pakistan are hospitable and try to give the best to guests, having a unique menu is a must for them. Also, we are desi with rich food culture, so it is an offence to not try out desi recipes. Therefore, let’s take a look at what Eid-ul-Adha recipes you can try at home.
Bari Eid and no Paaye is a big NO. If you are a desi, then until you do not have the stickiness of Paaye sticking to your fingers, what enjoyment have you got? All the desi people could not complete their Eid without having Paaye. So, get ready to have feastful dining with this favourite desi dish.
Haleem served with chopped mint and coriander leaves, fried onion, ginger and a splash of lemon juice tastes heavenly. The perfect blend of pulses and wheat with spices and meat takes the tastebuds to another level of joy. Whether enjoy it with naan or enjoy it with a spoon, Haleem is the best option you can try on Eid.
Nihari is one of Pakistan’s famous dishes that people love from all around the world. It is made in the form of gravy which is filled with spices. We top it with chopped green chillies and ginger and enjoy it hot with the sizzle of fried onions. A sizzling hot Nihari on festive like Eid is what we Pakistanis adore.
Eid-ul-Adha is an occasion when we can have finger-licking Beef biryani with an overflowing taste of the beef meat. Who does not love Biryani? And Eid without a Biryani is not an Eid. So, satisfy your tastebuds with Beef biryani.
Probably, Pulao is the most underrated dish that we have in Pakistan that is because of a lack of spices. However, Pulao deserves all the praise if cooked right. The aroma of beef stock and other various spices makes it a healthy and mouth-watering dish. We can enjoy it with Shami kababs to overfill the taste.