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Eid is an Arabic word meaning “Festivity”. It is all about happiness and Eid celebration. Friends and families go visit each other. And people enjoy wearing new dresses. Making good food is always the first thing in a celebration. Kids are excited for gifts. I along with my entire family totally look forward to the BBQ. Do you enjoy BBQ Eid celebration?
Today I am sharing some famous recipesto make dessert. And side dishes recipes. These will go well with your Eid BBQ recipes.
Let’s get started with the Eid dessert recipes.
A few of my all time favorite Eid recipes:
Dates and Cream
A traditional Eid Recipe. All I can say about it is that it’s temptation is hard to resist.
Link is broken. Here’s what you do. Soak the dried dates overnight in water or milk to make it soft or use soft dates pitted. Now add khawa or mawa with almonds to it.
A fun food especially for kids. Check out the recipe you will love it!
BBQ Chicken Kebab Skewers
Traditionally a mince recipe. Replaced with chicken by many people as a more healthier diet option.
One of my ever favorite recipe. I will never grow tried of eating these sandwiches.
Not to mention French Fried and coleslaw on the side are Must Haves.
To make the ones I love the most. You need to boil the chicken and mix it with mayo to make a spread. Now grill the sandwich slice and spread mayo on it. Spread the chicken mixture and put some cucumbers on it. Put another slice of grilled bread over it. Spread mayo and put a thin slice of fried egg. Add tomatoes and lettuce on top. Now cover it with another slice of grilled bread. Place a toothpick it in to keep it in place. Cut into slices and serve.
Mouthwatering Eid snacks and meals
Usually cooked in Ramadan more than on Eid. But I wanted to share this recipe because it’s awesome.
You can also use the same recipe for making Pakoras. Just replace chicken with potatoes, cottage cheese, jalapenos or onions.
Super simple to make. Marinate boneless chicken in salt and pepper or any spice you like.
Now cut small pieces. Prepare a mixture of basin with salt, black pepper, red pepper and chaat masala. Now dip the chicken and fry it in the oil on low flame so the chicken cooks. Serve it with sprinkle of chaat masala.