Eid Recipes From Around The World

Eid-ul-Fitr, the holy Islamic festival marking the end of the month long fast observed during Ramadan, is just around the corner and every devout Muslim household around the world would be gearing up for the Eid dishesfestivities. To help you with preparations here is a list of the top 10 Eid recipes that will make your guests take a ride to heaven.

Sheer Khurma or Sevai Ki Kheer

Eid celebrations cannot be imagined without some sweet dishes and this milk, dried dates and vermicelli based dish tops the list. In fact, in South-East Asian countries the Eid Dawat is considered incomplete without this delicacy.

Lassida

Also known as Laasida, this is a couscous-based porridge that is traditionally prepared in Morocco for the Eid breakfast.

6 Lucky New Year’s Eve Foods

Many of the foods people around the world traditionally eat for luck to ring in the New Year are also good for you. Here are 6 lucky foods worth including at your gathering for a year of prosperity and good health!

Greens
Supposedly greens are eaten on New Year’s Eve because they resemble money. They are also teeming with vitamins and minerals so eat up!
Beans
Beans, like greens, resemble money. More specifically, they symbolize coins.

Candy Cane Punch Recipe for Christmas

Candy Cane Punch Recipe for Christmas

This looks soo yummy and attractive. If you are throwing a holiday party or having family and friends over, or celebrating Christmas check out this scrumptious Candy Cane Punch recipe. The best part? It only calls for 3 ingredients! It has wonderful reviews too.
Peppermint ice cream makes this beverage taste—and look—more like a dessert than a punch!
It’s a great way to start a gathering.” For a fun garnish, you can hang mini candy canes around the punch bowl and cups.

Orange Chocolate Swirl Cheesecake for Christmas

“A majestic orange flavored cheesecake swirled with chocolate goodness. Orange liqueur may be substituted for the orange juice in equal amounts. These cheesecake not only looks fabulous, but the flavor will send you to cheesecake heaven”.
Ingredients
CRUST:

1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
1/4 cup white sugar

Burfi: Keeping the Tradition Alive

It’s name derived from the Persian word ‘barf’ meaning snow, the original form of burfi resembled cubes of ice, due to its white colour, shape and crumbly texture.

In recent times, the burfi has evolved from a ‘simple to an extraordinary’ sweet. The transition changed it’s appearance, taste and colour. The use of essence for smell; addition of dry and fresh fruits for taste and topped with a silver edible leaf ‘varq’ for decoration on celebratory occasions.

The assorted varieties available include…..