The festive season of the year is here. The Muslim community worldwide celebrates Eid Milad-Un-Nabi or Mawlid as the anniversary of the birth of Prophet Muhammad, the spiritual and political figure who established the Islamic faith. The meal is made at home, and family and friends enjoy the cuisine together.
Here are a few classic recipes you must include in the Eid feast as we get ready to celebrate Eid Milad-Un-Nabi this year.
Seekh Kebabs: Carrot, green peas, chicken, ginger-garlic paste, gramme flour, chaat masala, lemon, and salt are combined to make this delectable meal. The mixture is then divided and encircled with satay sticks. Very little oil is heated in a non-stick tawa before the kebabs are seared until they are golden brown. The kebabs are then served together with a green chutney and salad.
Shahi Korma: Chicken is marinated in a bowl with salt, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, ginger-garlic paste, and lemon juice to make Shahi Korma. Following the cooking of the spices in a skillet, the chicken is combined with yoghurt, onion paste, and cashew paste. The chicken is cooked in all the spices that give the meal additional taste when using garam masala.
Baklava: Turkey is said to be the country of origin for this classic sweet delicacy. The ingredients for the dough for baklava include flour, egg yolk, salt, olive oil, and water. Pistachios, butter, and a simple sugar syrup are then added to it.
Kheer: For all the right reasons, this is a highly popular dessert for every Indian holiday. We must soak rice and set it aside before cooking kheer at home. After that, bring the milk to a boil before adding the rice and continuing to stir and simmer until the milk has thickened and halved. Then, for extra flavour, dried fruits, sugar, and ghee are added.