Eid-ul-Adha 2024: Biriyani to Nihari; 7 dishes to make for GRAND feast

Celebrate Eid-ul-Adha by embracing savory culinary traditions worldwide. Dishes like biryani, nihari, and kebabs symbolize joy and cultural richness

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A fragrant rice dish cooked with marinated meat (chicken, mutton, or beef), spices, and herbs. Each region has its unique version, such as Hyderabadi or Kolkata Biryani

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A slow-cooked stew typically made with beef or lamb shanks, flavored with a blend of spices like garam masala, fennel, and cumin. It’s traditionally eaten for breakfast

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Skewered and grilled meat, often made from minced lamb, chicken, or beef, mixed with spices and herbs. Popular varieties include seekh kebabs, shami kebabs, chapli kebabs

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A rich, porridge-like dish made by slow-cooking meat (beef or mutton), lentils, and cracked wheat. It’s seasoned with a mix of spices and garnished with fried onions

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Mutton Korma

A luxurious curry made with tender mutton pieces cooked in a creamy sauce of yogurt, ground nuts, and aromatic spices. The dish is slow-cooked to perfection

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Chicken Karahi

A popular Pakistani dish cooked in a wok-like pan called a karahi. It features chicken pieces sautéed with tomatoes, green chilies, garlic, and ginger

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Dahi Bhalla

A refreshing side dish made of deep-fried lentil dumplings (bhallas) soaked in thick, whipped yogurt. It's garnished with tamarind chutney, mint chutney

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