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Eid-ul-Azha speacial Recipe

Make different items not to get bored

Published : Saturday, 15 June, 2024 at 12:00 AM  Count : 437

Make different items not to get bored

Make different items not to get bored

Eid Ul Azha is indeed a festive occasion that brings families together for the joyous practice of sacrifice and sharing. 

The feast that follows is filled with an array of delicious meat dishes that are prepared with love and care. Afroza Naznin Shumi, with her extensive experience and passion for culinary arts, offers valuable insights into creating a varied and exciting Eid menu.

By following Afroza Naznin Shumis guidance, you can create a memorable and sumptuous Eid Ul Azha feast that will delight your family and friends. Enjoy the celebrations with a spread of traditional and innovative dishes that highlight the essence of this special occasion.

Eid Day Menu
Morning:
*    Jorda - A sweet, saffron-colored rice dessert.
*    Semai - Sweet vermicelli, often made with milk and sugar.
*    Payesh - A type of rice pudding.
*    Roshmalai - Soft cheese balls soaked in creamy, sweetened milk.
*    Parata - A flaky, layered flatbread.
*    Ruti - Simple, homemade flatbreads.
*    Chicken Vuna - Spicy and flavorful dry chicken curry.
*    Labra or Mixed Vegetables - A mixed vegetable curry.
*    Tea or Coffee - As per personal preference.

Lunch:
*    Plain Polao - Aromatic rice cooked with mild spices.
*    Kata Moshlai Beef - Beef cooked with whole spices.
*    Mutton Rezala - A creamy, yogurt-based mutton curry.
*    Chicken Roast - Spiced and roasted chicken.
*    Egg Potato Chops - Deep-fried potato and egg croquettes.
*    Beef Kofta - Spicy beef meatballs.
*    Chicken Salad - A fresh salad with grilled chicken pieces.
*    Borhani - A spiced yogurt drink.

Dinner:
*    Mutton Biriyani - Aromatic rice layered with spicy mutton.
*    Beef Vuna - Dry beef curry.
*    Kolija Bhuna - Spiced liver curry.
*    Beef Tikia - Beef patties.
*    Chinese Vegetables or Stir Fry Vegetables - A mix of stir-fried vegetables.
*    Beef Chili Onion - Beef stir-fried with chilies and onions.
*    Mutton Kosha - A thick and spicy mutton curry.
*    Garden Fresh Salad - A mix of fresh greens.
*    Doi - Yogurt, often served plain or sweetened.

Next Day of Eid Menu
Morning:
*    Parata - Flaky, layered flatbread.
*    Luchi - Deep-fried flatbread.
*    Chaler Atar Ruti - Rice flour flatbread.
*    Beef Vuna - Dry beef curry.
*    Keema Parata - Parata stuffed with spiced minced meat.
*    Dudh Semai - Vermicelli cooked in milk.
*    Firni - A creamy rice dessert.
*    Sujir Halua - Semolina pudding.
*    Mixed Vegetables - A mix of seasonal vegetables.
*    Buter Dal Diye Khashir Mangsho - Mutton cooked with split peas.
*    Tea or Coffee - As per personal preference.

Lunch:
*    Beef Tehari - Spiced rice cooked with beef.
*    Biriyani - Aromatic rice layered with spiced meat.
*    Chinese Vegetables - Stir-fried mixed vegetables.
*    Kolija Vuna - Spiced liver curry.
*    Tikia - Meat patties.
*    Mejbani Beef - A traditional beef curry from Chittagong.
*    Mutton Rogan Josh - A flavorful, spiced mutton curry.
*    Mutton Korma - A creamy, yogurt-based mutton curry.
*    Borhani - A spiced yogurt drink.
*    Beef Salad - A fresh salad with grilled beef pieces.
*    Doi - Yogurt, often served plain or sweetened.

Dinner:
*    Plain white rice.
*    Mixed Vegetables - A mix of seasonal vegetables.
*    Mohoj Bhuna - Spiced mixed meat curry.
*    Fish Fry - Crispy fried fish.
*    Murgi Alu Jhol - Chicken and potato curry.
*    Beef Vuna - Dry beef curry.
*    Ghono Dal - Thick lentil soup.
*    Salad - A fresh mix of greens and vegetables.

These detailed meal plans offer a variety of flavors and dishes to keep the Eid celebration vibrant and enjoyable, ensuring theres something delicious for everyone at every meal.







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