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5 Eid Cookies & Cakes SO Adorable You'll Forget The Main Course

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24 August 2017

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Eid Al Adha cookies and cupcakes

Eid Al Adha – The Festival of Sacrifice is usually known for its spirit of gratitude, animal sacrifice and hearty red meat dishes.

The long preparation for lamb roasts, mutton ribs and beef curries usually leave little or no time for dessert and that’s something that doesn’t go well the kiddie-party. After all, the little ones aren’t interested in how long you slaved to marinade that lamb shank, all they care for is some sweet-tooth fun.

This Mutton Chops Dish Is The Perfect Addition To Your Eid Dinner Menu

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21 August 2017

Mutton Chop Masala

These days, 2 billion Muslims around the world are prepping up for Eid-Al-Adha, a festival of sacrifice that celebrates the spirit of gratitude, humanity and of course good food.

On Eid-Al-Adha, it’s a known tradition in families to feast on gourmet dishes full of meaty deliciousness. From smoky lamb kebabs to beef steaks and mutton pilov – food rules every conversation.

In case you’re looking to add some easy yet exotic taste to you Eid dinner menu, try your hands at mutton chops.

7 Meatlicious Lamb Recipes To Make This Eid

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17 August 2017

7 Satisfying Lamb Recipes To Make This Eid

Nobody eats lamb better than Arabs. If you need proof, just visit an Arab family this Eid Al Adha and you’ll find every meaty and juicy part of lamb chopped, cooked and garnished in hundred different mouth-watering ways.

From Lamb shanks dipped in sweet and tangy pomegranate sauce to slow-cooked juicy gravy with rice – you’ll be amazed at how they can turn this exotic meat into dishes SO filling and heavy, you’ll stay full for couple of next days.