The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the entire world but it has not been able to break the spirit of unity and brotherhood among us. In the midst of all this, we are just a short while away from celebrating Eid-Al-Adha. This festival is also known as Bakrid and is all about sharing food and of course, happiness. Apart from the other pakwaans made during this time, the string of platters that are never missed is the delicious desserts.
People around the world prepare amazing recipes during Eid and distribute them among their loved ones and other acquaintances. While there is no denying that the celebrations this year won’t be in a full swing like that of the previous years, this should not stop us from doing what we love – sharing and caring. Check out some of the famous recipes that you can prepare on Eid-Al-Adha and send them to your loved ones.
1. Sheer Khurma
The very name of this celebratory dessert leaves us drooling. It’s an amazing vermicelli pudding which is specially prepared on the occasion of Eid every year. Apart from that, it includes various other ingredients that mostly include dates and dry fruits.
This is one of the most popular desserts that is prepared during Eid and many other festivals across the country. These irresistible noodles are roasted in ghee and cooked with milk to conclude what we call is perfection! Click here for the recipe
Simple but elegant – that is what I love to term kheer. It won’t be wrong to call it one of the most common desserts of every Indian household. Made with rice, milk, sugar, and lots of love, kheer never fails to impress us with its sweetness. Click here for the recipe.
4. Gajar Ka Halwa
Speak of a dessert that is best served hot, the first name that strikes our minds is definitely Gajar ka Halwa. Made from grated carrots, milk, sugar, and of course, dry fruits, this is the perfect dessert to prepare for Eid-Ul-Fitr. Click here for the recipe.
5. Shahi Tukda
The name shahi speaks for itself and yes, you will get to embrace your inner royalty with this amazing dessert. Made from ghee, bread, sugar, milk, and nuts, this is another classic and festive dessert that you can’t miss this Eid. Click here for the recipe.
There is no better way to beat the scorching heat this summer than with kulfis. This frozen dairy dessert is easy to prepare and is sure to bring a smile to everyone’s faces. So, what are you waiting for? Go on and prepare some kulfis. Click here for the recipe.
7. Meetha Dahi Wada
Well, this may sound a little weird but yes, you can surprise your loved ones with some scrumptious dahi wadas this Eid. But remember, do not make them extra spicy this time!
8. Mango Faluda with Rabdi
No matter what occasion it is, we can never say no to Faludas. With the mango season at its peak, why not prepare some Aam Ka Faluda with Rabdi!
9. Gulab Jamun with Rabdi
Bring a twist to your usual Gulab Jamuns and add some rabdi with them to make a special dessert. Be rest assured that everyone in your household is sure to like them.
10. Gulab Jamun Cheesecake
Another way that you can create an impression is by giving a contemporary twist to the gulab jamuns. Why not make a cheesecake out of them and surprise everyone this Eid, right?
Check more recipes at Bigbasket cookbook
Article by Swetlana Neog