Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Friends and family get together and exchange sumptuous food and relish it. With COVID cases increasing day by day, most of you might be staying home safe. So here are some recipes you can try to make at home this year and celebrate Eid while being safe.
Thari choru is a special delicacy that has the goodness of ghee, raisins, and cashews. The rose water gives the dish a sweet and refreshing fragrance as well. Check out the simple recipe of thari choru which can be prepared for your Eid feast.
Pathiri is one among the best gifts Malabar kitchens have ever given to Kerala cuisine. Crisp and flaky, this minced meat pathiri is a filling meal for the guests who will join you for the festival feast. Read the recipe
For Keralites, puttu is the undisputed king of breakfasts. Pair it with a spicy chickpea curry or some Kuttanadan duck curry, no one will even dare to question the dominance. How about integrating the curry to the puttu itself? This minced meat puttu recipe will offer you just the perfect start for your festival feast. Read the recipe
Poricha pathiri or deep-fried pathiri is a speciality from Malabar and can be easily made at home just the way you get from restaurants and chai shops. Read the recipe
Haleem, a stew of meat, lentils and wheat mixed with spices, is preferred for breaking the fast due to its energising nature, high nutritional value and soothing porridge-like texture. Read the recipe