Eid-ul-Adha, also known as Bakra Eid is the second of the two Eids celebrated by Muslims of the world every year. The word “Eid-ul-Adha” translates to the “feast of the sacrifice” as it commemorates and tributes the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his beloved son as in act of submission to Allah’s command.  Every year, Muslims from all around the world visit Mecca, perform Hajj and sacrifice animals in the name of Allah and to carry prophet Ibrahim's legacy by following his Sunnah. The meat is divided into three main parts, family, relatives and neighbors and the last one is for the needy and poor. Like Eid-ul-Fitr, Eid ul Adha is also a time of great festivity as there are a lot of gatherings and parties like BBQs and dinners. In this article, we have compiled a list of top six beef recipes you need to try this Eid ul Adha 2017.

  1. Beef Nihari

beef-nihariBeef Nihari recipe is one of the beloved breakfasts of Muslims, especially in India and Pakistan. Nihari is a stew comprising of slow cooked meat, mostly mutton and beef along with the bone marrow. This tasty dish was first prepared in the 18th century, during the last throes of the Mughal Empire. Nihari was a personal favorite of the Nawab of that time and was prepared regularly in the royal kitchens of Awadh, which is modern day Lucknow, India. Since then, it has been a sweetheart dish of the foodies of the Indian subcontinent. Find the complete Beef Nihari recipe here.
  1. Beef Stroganoff

Beef StroganoffFrom the snowy peaks of the red army’s homeland, comes a beef recipe that has made its mark in the kitchens all over the world. Say hello to the beef stroganoff recipe. This Russian recipe consists of strips of sautéed beef served in a sauce with sour cream. Sometimes it is served with boiled rice too. It is said to date back to the 19th century and was the name is derived from a member of the Stroganoff family. This beef recipe has gained fame all over the world but there have been considerable variations from the original recipe. Download the complete recipe here.
  1. Badami Seekh Kabab

Badami Seekh kababIf it does not smell like a bbq then it’s not Eid-ul-Adha. Tikkas and Kebab are the desi counterpart of the American beef steak and are enjoyed all over the country. this kabab recipe infuses almonds in the seekh kabab which gives them a crunchy and crumbly twist. You can find the complete recipe here.
  1. Bihari Boti

Bihari BotiBihari cuisine is known for its great taste and beautiful aroma. Bihari cooking is a mixture of Bhojpuri and Maghai cuisine and is mostly vegetarian but it also has some great meat dishes like mutton biryani and Bihari Kabab. Another delectable Bihari recipe is the Bihari boti which was first eaten in India, Bangladesh and Nepal but now it has gained popularity all over southern Africa, Pakistan, Nepal, and Mauritius. The complete recipe can be found here.
  1. Beef Pasanday

Beef PasandayAnother Royal dish has made its way on our list and it is known as Beef Pasanday. The word Pasanday means “favorite” which refers to a prime cut style of meat traditionally used within. This recipe was served at the royal banquet of the Mughal Emperors and was originally made out of leg meat of a lamb which was flattened and cut into strips. In the modern days, it is also made out of chicken and prawns but the cooking process is generally the same. You can find the complete recipe of Beef Pasanday here.

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