Eidul Azha is just two days away. There are different sacrificial animals everywhere and the best part about this Eid is FOOD! From yummy recipes at home to barbecue parties, this is truly a delight for foodies.
Here are 10 deliciously meaty recipes that you can make this Eid:
1. Mutton Chilli Fry
If you love spicy food then this dish will definitely satisfy your taste buds. Your bakra would be proud to be this flavourful dish. Find the recipe here
2. Bihari Beef Steak
Why have regular steaks when you can have masalaydaar and deliciously desi-fied juicy steaks! This hearty serving of beef is a perfect blend of contemporary and traditional cuisine. Find the recipe here.
3. Lamb Chops
This is one of the most tender and delicious meat-cut ever! Nothing beats perfectly cooked lamb chops served with rice or eaten on their own. Once you eat one, there is no turning back. Find the recipe here.
4. Tawa Kaleji
Kalegi is a classic dish that is mostly prepared on the first day of Eid or on the day your animal has been sacrificed. It’s packed with the flavour of fresh herbs and spices. It’s quick to make and complements the natural flavour of the kaleji perfectly. Find the link here.
5. Kashmiri Rogan Josh
This is again for all those who absolutely love spicy food. This dish is known for its heat. The beautifully cut lamb shoulder is drenched in the spicy red sauce and garnished with fresh herbs on top. This is a must try recipe. Find the recipe here
6. Dum Gosht
For this recipe you don’t need an elaborate barbecue set-up and it still has the same mouthwatering aroma and taste as any other barbecue dish would have. The meat is marinated in spices and slow-cooked to perfection. You cannot resist having more of this even when you are really full. Find the recipe here.
7. Nalli Nihari
This is not just any nihari, this is nalli nihari. Pair this with tandoori naan and I assure you, you will be on cloud 9. The bone marrow adds a lot of flavour to the dish. While it takes a little bit of effort to make this dish, it is totally worth it! Find the recipe here.
8. Beef Biryani
The most popular biryani seems to be chicken, but once you have beef biryani, you will find your ordinary chicken biryani bland and boring in comparison. The speciality of a beef biryani is the fact that it has the additional flavour from the meat juices; when these juices soak into the rice… mmm… oh gosh. You know what I mean. Don’t take my word for it – try it out yourself. Find the recipe here.
9. Badami Korma
Korma is a dish of the Mughals and what better day to make a royal dish than ‘Bari Eid’. The aroma of the korma is enough to leave you salivating. This dish is rich in spices and will make you say ‘wah’ at every bite. Find the recipe here and here.
10. Seekh Kabab
Last but not least, the ultimate seekh kababs. There is no Eid meal complete without these lip-smacking meaty logs of deliciousness. Find the recipe here.
So, what all will you be making this Eid? Did we miss out on any great recipes? Let us know and we’ll add them to our list!