Top 6 Sweet Dishes To Say Eid Mubarak!

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Eid Mubarak! Let delicious sweet dishes cheer your taste buds this Eid. Make The Eid-ul-Fitr 2018 more special with these 6 delicious sweet dishes.

The month of Ramadan is now almost going to over & Eid-ul-Fitar 2018 is just around the corner. So what about your preparation for Eid this year? Are you trying some new sweet dish recipes for Eid now? Eid-Ul-Fitar is popularly known as Meethi Eid. So, today I am going to give you a detail description about some of all favorite traditional sweet dishes which you would definitely love to try this Eid. Have a look at here & try to design menu plan for this Eid your way.

Badam Phirni:

There would be no one who would not like Almond phirni which is popular among us as ‘Badam Phirni’. A delicious dessert made with milk & hand full of almonds. Phirni or rice pudding is rich creamy & too sweet to miss. Phirni is considered very healthy sweet dish that is famous for various festivals across India like Eid, Diwali, Holi, Karwa Chauth etc. Phirni is served in small red coloured round shaped clay bowls, which keep phirni cool and tasty. Phirni is very popular in Amritsar-a holy place of Punjab.

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Sheer Khurma:

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On Eid morning, this sweet dish Sheer Khurma is traditionally served as breakfast to guests and family members. This sweet dish is extremely famous among various Arab countries as well as in Pakistan and India. However, it is also very popular in Indian cities like Hyderabad. This two cities has its own special versions of Sheer Khurma which will leave a long lasting taste on your taste buds. Sheer Khurma is generally made of vermicelli, milk, handful of dry fruits, saffron & rose water. And you even add different ingredients to it as per your own choice.

Falooda:

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Super tasty Falooda is a dessert that is everyone’s favorite during Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr. This colourful, attractive & delicious dish has enough reasons to make you fall in love with on Eid. Falooda is made with vermicelli/sewaiyan, milk, soaked basil seeds and ice cream. Falooda appearance is quite similar to sundae with some twist. Put Healthy ingredients, ice creams, fruits, dry fruits in a glass and decorate with jellies, rose petals & chocolaty syrup. It will definitely make worth watching delight for your eyes and you will just want to grab it to calm your taste buds.

Sufi Malpua:

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Sweet dishes are the star attraction on the day of Eid and the Sufi Malpua is a must make dish on your Eid menu. Sufi Malpua is made with khoya, flour and fresh cheese. It includes more rich ingredients, which add different flavors to this dish. You will often eat Sufi Malpuas made with rava/semolina/suji, saffron/kesar, condensed milk and slices of dry fruits. This delicacy is famous among Muslims as well in all religions in India and there is no doubt that with its fragrance has a capability to automatically fill your mouth with water.

Sevaiyan:

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Eid festival is incomplete without ‘Sewaiyan’ and it is a must try sweet dish on the day of Eid. This sweet dish is made from vermicelli and milk. It takes not much time to cook as compared to other sweet dishes. You can also add nutmeg flavor to sewaiyan to give it a thick layer and delicious taste. You can serve Sevaiyan with Sheer Korma to add more taste to your Eid treat.

Mutanjan:

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The last but not the least on our list is the toothsome Mutanjan. Mutanjan is traditional rice dessert recipe of South Asia. Sometimes it is confused with Zarda which is a dish very similar to it yet only yellow or orange in color. Mutanjan is said to be as old as the history Mughal Empire and was known to be a personal favorite of Emperor Shahjahan as he frequently ordered it to be served at his banquets.

In India, we celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr as a festival to thank God for giving us unbound blessings and happiness. And you can make Eid’s grand feast more special with the company of your family and friends with these sweet delicacies this year.

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