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Relish These Lip-Smacking Dishes And Make Most of This Auspicious Festival

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Eid is one of the most auspicious occasions for Muslims all around the world. It is the festival of breaking the fast (the literal meaning of Eid-ul-Fitr). As the holy day is around the corner, Muslims around the globe are gearing up to celebrate the festival with great enthusiasm. As going to the mosque and large gathering won’t be allowed this time due to coronavirus pandemic, people will be commemorating the end of the holy month of Ramadan through prayers and by making and serving traditional dishes. Also Read – Eid 2020 Date in Saudi Arabia: When is Chand Raat, Eid-ul-Fitr in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia?

Here we tell you about some lip-smacking recipes that you can try this Eid. Also Read – Salman Khan on Laxmmi Bomb vs Radhe: I Hope Akshay Kumar Gets His Biggest Hit on Eid 2020

Murgh Biryani

Murgh Biryani (Picture Courtesy: Instagram)

Ingredients

Chicken leg b/l: 300 gm
Green Chilli: 05 gm
Cardamom/ Elaichi (small): 1
Elaichi (big): 1
Cinnamon Sticks: 1
Mace: 1gm
Bay leaf: 1
Javitri: 1
Shahi Jeera: 3 gm
Desi Ghee: 50 ml
Ginger: 20 gm
Cloves: 1 gm
Basmati rice: 100 gm
Salt: according to taste
Garlic: 20 gm
Butter: 50 gm
Mint: 10 gm
Garam Masala: 10 gm
Red Chilly Powder: 30 gm
Saffron: 0.1 gm
0nion: 100 gm Also Read – Radhe: Remake of Korean Action-Thriller ‘The Outlaws’ For Salman Khan And Prabhudeva on Eid 2020?

How to prepare:

Step 1
Take a bowl and add garlic paste, ginger, garam masala, and curd. Mix well. Add chicken legs in it and keep aside to marinate.

Step 2
Take another bowl of water and soak rice in it for around 20 minutes.

Step 3
Heat a pan and add oil, onion, and all the spices. Cook well. Make sure the spices turn brown.

Step 4
Add marinated chicken in the pan and cook for another 5 minutes. On another flame, boil the rice with mint flavoured water. Add salt in it too

Step 5
Add chicken to the rice and let it cook well. Serve with raita.

Haleem

Haleem

Haleem (Picture Courtesy: Instagram)

Ingredients:

Lamb (boneless): Half tsp
Moong dal (washed): 150 gm
Wheat (broken): 100 gm
Desi ghee: 500ml
Cloves: 10
Bay leaves: 4
Saffron: 1 gm
Green chilli paste: 30 gm
Turmeric powder: 10 gm
Mace: 6 gm
Green cardamom: 10 gm
Ginger paste: 50 gm
Ginger (grated): 50 gm
Onion (fried): 150 gm
Lamb stock: 3-4 litre
Salt to taste

How to Prepare:

Step 1
Soak wheat and lentils together for around 2 hours.

Step 2
Heat a handi. Put desi ghee in it. Once the ghee is hot, add bay leaves, cloves, whole spices, and green cardamom. Also, add grated ginger and garlic paste.

Step 3
Once the spices turn brown, add lamb, saffron, powdered spices, green chilli paste and turmeric in it. One the lamb is half cooked, add fried onion it.

Step 4
Drain water from wheat and lentil mix and add it in the lamb mixture. Also, add salt. Once the lamb cooks well and becomes tender, remove the handi from the flame.

Step 5
Serve with bread.

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