Eid ul Fitr is celebrated with great zeal and gusto, in the country. The spirit of the festival is manifest in the harmony among people of different religions, sharing love and respect for each other. This festival fiesta brings along a package of joy, conviviality and a sublime flavor of food. Like any other festival, Eid ul Fitr is also celebrated with luscious dishes, meant especially for this day.
India, Pakistan and Bangladesh have very hot traditional dishes to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, a three-day holiday at the end of Ramadan. Special dishes include sheer khurma recipes and Shami kebeb. One is very old tradition is Muzaffer, a type of vermicelli.
If desserts are not present in the meal, it seems incomplete. Desserts are the most important part of parties and gatherings. They are used after the meal, also known as sweet dish. Carrot Halva is the most common example of halva dessert. Ice creams can also be used as dessert in summers as it is cold and sweet. Every person likes an ice cream. Other dessert types are gulab jaman, mango sorbet, coconut burfi, kheer and many more.
Scrumptious dishes are cooked and distributed among friends, families and relatives on Eid ul Fitr. Make your Eid exclusively special by trying some appetizing recipes and give your family a treat to remember.