During Eid ul Adha -The most important festival in the Islamic calendar which is also known as the “Feast of Sacrifice” – Muslims exchange gifts, dress in their finest outfits and, of course, eat delicious food.
Traditions vary from family to family, but one thing they all have in common is that a delicious feast will be enjoyed.
Most Muslims would consume red meat after an animal is sacrificed (Udhiyah) – usually a lamb, a goat or a cow. The Udhiyah will be divided into three parts, with one part given to the poor, one shared out amongst relatives and the final third cooked for the family.
The meat is often roasted, barbecued or cooked in a curry.
We provide you with the most delicious recipes to help housewives and mothers with some variety in their Eid menus.
Lamb Ribs Recipe
Baked Beef Kofta Kebab
Pastry Stuffed Beef
Beef Steak Recipe
Slow Cooker Beef Curry
Bonus: Eid Desserts