Festivals without delicacies are not festivals, and on the occasion of Eid, it’s time to fulfill your food cravings. Well for many of us Festivals are all about good food, delicacies, colorful outfit, and accessories. In all of this, good food certainly comes on top of the list.
In India, not even a single festival is complete without delicious dishes, extra yummy sweets, so here we’ve got a sweet treat for you. With some mouthwatering Eid sweet dishes, celebrate the festival with something extra that will make you go crazy.
Here are a few quick and delicious recipes that will make your Eid a little more special.
1. Nawabi Katori
- Bread rolls
- Full cream milk
- Nutmeg powder
- Ghee for frying
- Sugar syrup
1. Firstly scoop out a piece of bread from centre but try to do it gently and avoid it from breaking.
2. Heat ghee in a pan and fry all bread shells.
3. Put all bread shells on absorbent paper.
4. Arrange it on a tray and then roll it in sugar syrup.
5. Now, boil the milk, add sugar and little nutmeg powder.
6. When milk gets warm then grate khoya.
7. Add rose water into the milk.
8. Pour the milk into the bread shells.
9. You can garnish it with tutti-frutti and enjoy it chilled.
2. Chicken Breadcrumbs Fingers
Ingredients of Chicken Breadcrumbs Fingers
1. 2 boneless chicken breast
2. 8 oz double cream (1 cup)
3. 4 cloves of crushed garlic (1 teaspoon)
4. 2 chopped green chilies
5. Salt to taste
6. Bread crumbs (2 cups)
7. Oil for frying.
1.Cut the chicken breast into small strips, take a bowl and mix double cream, garlic, chopped green chilies and salt then fold chicken strips into that mixture. Set aside for about 10-15 minutes.
2. Take out the chicken strips from the marinade and coat thoroughly with the breadcrumbs.
3. Heat some oil in a pan and fry.
4. Serve it with the cream.
Ingredients Of Sewai –
- Cashew nuts
- Green cardamom cloves
1. Heat butter in a pan and fry sewai.
2. Add cashew nuts, raisins and almonds then fry them together. Keep it aside.
3. In a different pan, boil milk, add sugar and green cardamoms.
4. Add the fried sewai into the milk pan. Mix it well and add saffron.
5. You can add extra milk to loosen the sweet dish.
6. Serve it hot with a garnishing of cashew nuts and almonds.