What type of food is served during Eid Ul Fitr and Eid Ul Adha?
- June 22, 2017
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There are no complete festivities without food and one of the most celebrated events for our Muslim brothers and sisters. Eid Ul Fitr which signifies the end of Ramadan and Eid Ul Adha is considered the festival of sacrifice as it honors the sacrifice Prophet Abraham’s son as an act of submission to God’s command. Muslims around the world considered this day important as it became a tradition for every Muslim family to observe and live the lessons taught by past Ramadan. Eid Ul Fitr and Eid Ul Adha is being celebrated through prayers, get-togethers with family and friends and of course feasts and what is a feast without food?
During the celebration of Eid Ul Fitr and Eid Ul Adha, families gathered together to enjoy food and the most delectable cuisines prepared perfectly for this momentous event. However, don’t you know that these two events somehow differ from the food they usually serve? If you are a sweet tooth, you will definitely enjoy Eid Ul Fitr as most of the families served numerous types sweets with different kinds of sweetness level. On the other hand, Eid Ul Adha is for meat lovers as they usually served meat cuisines like kebabs, meat based curries, lamb chops and much more.
Food during Eid Ul Fitr
Muslims around the world welcome this day with something sweet. Aside from the usual kinds of biryani, nihari, kebabs, kheer and a lot more, you will also see variants of sweets and desserts during this celebration. So if you are visiting a Muslim family during Eid, expect that there will be more sweet dishes to be served. You will see tons of baklava, kunafe, gulab and so much more.
Food during Eid Ul Adha
Eid Ul Adha or the festival of sacrifice is considered to be the second most important celebrated event by the Muslims around the world. This day is a haven for meat lovers as it slightly different from sweet dishes served during Eid Ul Fitr, On this day the sacrificed meat is cooked and eaten along with other delicious delicacies. Eid Ul Adha celebration mostly served different meat meals such as mutton chop, curry based meats and many kinds of kebabs. So if you are planning a to visit a Muslim family, expect that there would tons of meats served during this occasion.
We should not forget that the celebration of Eid Ul Fitr and Eid Ul Adha is about bringing people together and enjoying each other’s company over some delicious and well-prepared food. We should not forget to offer prayers and give thanks for all the blessings that we have at present.