7 Recipes For Eid Ul Adha 

7 Recipes For Eid Ul Adha 

Whether you like it or not, eating is a big part of Eid al Adha. The overeating and barbecuing season officially starts with it. On one hand, the sacrifice brings tears to our eyes, and on the other, the food brings drool to our lips. This year, Eid al Adha is anticipated to fall on July 10. This Eid is a holiday unlike any other, and food plays a significant role in our celebrations. 

We have created a list of meals that you MUST prepare for Eid al Adha in 2022: 

Chops Masala 

These succulent mutton chops have a flavorful marinade of traditional spices and are served in a creamy sauce. Your family will eagerly anticipate the main meal after eating this wonderful appetizer. The wonderful aspect of Eid al Adha is that you may make this dish multiple times because there is an abundance of meat available in all shapes and sizes. 


This classic Yemeni morning dish is made out of marinated and cooked mutton liver with a variety of herbs and spices. Kebda can be eaten with rice or naan as a side dish or as the main entrée. It will undoubtedly satisfy Pakistanis’ spice-dependent palates quite well. Make this delectable dish for Eid and serve it to your guests as a dish from a different culture. 

Galawat Ka Qeema 

Galawat ka Qeema is an amazing dish that is marinated in roasted spices and cooked at a high flame. It is ideal for those who enjoy subtle flavour and spices. This year’s Eid dawat, prepare this mouthwatering qeema for your visitors and serve them with naan or kulchas to amp up the flavour. 

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Italian Spaghetti 

Even after giving a third of the meat to charity and the other half to your family and friends, you will probably still have too much meat after the Eid sacrifice. Making Spaghetti Bolognese, which is made with beef mince, for your family meal is a traditional Italian innovation that you may attempt now that you have access to so much meat. 

Qeema Bihaari 

The Bihari minority in Pakistan is renowned for its delectable cuisine, and one of their creations, the Bihari Qeema, differs differently from the traditional qeema. Here, spice-marinated beef mince is stir-fried while being smoked over coals. It is typically served for dinner and pairs well with naan. 

Make this for Eid and win over your guests’ hearts; they will all be delighted. 

Beef Nihari

We all anticipated this! 

One of the most well-known dishes of Pakistani cuisine is beef nihari. Everyone loves it, and it is also one of the “Eid specialities” that is served piping hot with Tandoori naan. We won’t pretend it’s simple to prepare because it’s not; it takes work, but the results are incredible if the instructions are followed perfectly. Here is a step-by-step tutorial to help you prepare Nihari for Eid. 

Beef Biryani

Have you been waiting for this one? 

Whether it is Eid or not, Karachi residents enjoy eating biryani at any time of the day. 

This makes it essential for your upcoming Eid dawat.

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