Bakra Eid 2017 is almost here and the celebrations are about to begin. Eid-ul-Adha, Bakra Eid or the feast of sacrifice is also known as “Bari eid” in Urdu as it is considered more holy than Eid-ul-Fitr. It is celebrated with great zeal and zest Muslims wear new clothes and sacrifice animals in the memory of Prophet Ibrahim as he submitted to God’s command to sacrifice his son Ismail. The meat from the sacrifice is used in many tasty recipes and here are such five Eid-ul-Adha recipes that will make your Eid more enjoyable.
1 - Special Nargisi Kofta
Koftas are basically the desi doppelgangers of the western meatballs but our variant is arguably way more tasty and flavorsome. The Nargisi Kofta recipe is a kofta in which a half cut boiled egg is covered with the mince and spice coating, and then cooked in a curry.
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2 - Mutton Champ
Champ or Ribs are meat cuts that have served for hundreds of years as a popular street food on roadside eateries in Pakistan. this delicacy can be prepared in a number of ways which include grilling, shallow frying on a Tawa, deep frying, smoking or roasting. They can be prepared with veal, mutton, beef, and mutton.
3 - Afghani Namkeen Tikka Boti
This recipe is something that a tikka lover cannot miss at any cost. The Afghani Namkeen Tikka boti recipe is a bbq lover's dream as this recipe consists of small bite sized chunks of chicken which is marinated with garlic paste, lemon juice, and coriander powder. The namkeen tikka boti can be baked, grilled or skewed over a fire source.
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4 - Chicken Manchurian
The chicken Manchurian recipe is something that you won’t usually find on a Bakra Eid blog. But for all the folks who get sick of all the mutton and beef around them, chicken Manchurian provides a corner of relief. This delectable dish can be served with fried rice or you can eat it with naan or roti.
5 - Russian Salad
For the folks who don’t like too much meat on their plates, a light and refreshing serving of Russian Salad might help. This salad is also known as Olivier Salad and contains a healthy amount of fruits and vegetables like diced apples, pineapple, cabbage, carrots, boiled eggs, and boiled potatoes. It is eaten in many parts of the world like America, Europe and many parts of Asia and the Middle East.