Eid Ul Adha is a celebration of the miracle that embodies the true obedience of Almighty Allah. Along with this spiritual celebration, this event is also known to be big for food. With all the meat surrounding, it’s no surprise that bari Eid brings along several meaty delights. Hence, this Eid is bliss for foodies. The series of which is solely dedicated to meaty cuisines over the holidays.
At times it can be a war of meals as people tend to overdo recipes that are generally hard to create on regular days. If you already have a menu planned then that’s great, but in case if you’re out of ideas, here is our list of suggestions that might come handy.
The Ultimate Kalegy Recipe
Start by heating your wok on medium flame, add then add clean liver. Add garlic ginger paste and cook until water dries up, then add red chili powder and cumin powder followed by adding oil and stir continuously. Next, add the rest of the ingredients that include chopped green chilies, lemon juice, and salt. Stir slowly until cooked and serve.
Tantalizing Tikka Boti
Start your recipe by mixing chili flakes, chili powder, garam masala, food color, cumin powder, lemon juice, ginger-garlic paste, carom seeds, papaya, yogurt, salt, and pepper. Coat the meat in this mixture and marinate it overnight. The next day cook on charcoal slowly until the meat is tender, use chutney and salad to serve along.
As your first step, you need to beat the mutton chanps with the hammer. Then pick a bowl and add yogurt mixing in some cooking oil, onion, lemon juice, hot sauce (green chili is preferred), ginger and garlic paste, coriander powder, kasoori methi, cumin powder, papaya, ajwain, red chili powder and crushed, salt to taste and mix garam masala powder. Next is simple, coat chanps in the mix and refrigerate for one hour (or until needed to be cooked). Roast the chanps and enjoy it with delicious chutney.