Try these Eid recipes to make the festival deliciously memorable!

After fasting for the entire month, it’s time you indulge in good food and eat your heart out. Try these Eid recipes at home and make your Eid Dastarkhwaan all about good pakwaans!

Eid-ul-Fitr is one beautiful festival and is all about eidi and scrumptious meals. We are sure you have a fun family gathering planned, which means a lot of good food! So if you are setting up your menu, along with the staples like Biryani, Sewaiyya, and Sheerkhurma, add these dishes to your menu too and enjoy a special Eid meal. Keep reading and try one of these Eid recipes this festive season!

1. Parsi Mutton Cutlet

A mutton dish is a must in every Muslim household on Eid and that’s why here’s a delicious recipe. Add a Parsi flavour to your menu and prepare this Mutton Cutlet by Chef Ranveer Brar this Eid.

Eid recipes


Mutton Mince300 gms
Ginger garlic paste2 tbsp
Green chillies2
Turmeric powder½ tsp
Red chilli powder1 tsp
Clove – cinnamon powder½ tsp


In a bowl, add ginger garlic paste, chopped green chillies, turmeric, red chilli powder, clove cinnamon powder, mashed potatoes, mint leaves, coriander leaves, and salt. Mix everything well so that the flavours get incorporated into the meat well. Make medium-sized balls of this mixture and press them gently in between your palms to get the cutlet shape. Coat the cutlets with bread crumbs and refrigerate for half-hour. Heat oil in a kadhai. Dip the refrigerated cutlets in the beaten egg. And fry them until golden brown or until the meat is tender. Remove on an absorbent paper to drain off the excess oil. Serve hot.

2. Matka Dum Gosht

Try your hands on this simple and lip-smacking Matka Dum Gosht recipe by Chef Dayashankar Sharma of Heritage Dulwich, London, and enjoy it with hot butter-garlic naan. One of the Eid recipes you shouldn’t miss out on!

Eid recipes


On the bone diced lamb1000gms
Mustard oil25 grams
Fried Onions150 gram
Ginger. Garlic Paste50 gram
Yogurt100 gram
Red chilli Powder2 tbsp
Turmeric Powder1 tsp
Coriander Powder1 tbsp
Cumin Powder1 tbsp
Whole green cardamom4 pieces
Cinnamon1 cm stick
Bay leaf2
Badian Khatai2
Whole Black pepper1 tsp
SaltTo taste
Ghee50 grams
Hing1 pinch
Chopped garlic2 tbsp


Wash and cut Lamb Leg dice. Peel wash and slice onions and fried. Peel garlic and ginger and wash and crush them in a mixture grinder to make a fine paste. Mix meat and all the above ingredients in a bowl mix well and keep aside for 1 hour. Place above marinated meat in a clay pot and cover with the lid and seal with dough. Place this clay pot on live charcoal and let it cook for 2 hours. Remove seal from the pot check and mix. Now heat ghee in a steel bowl hot add chopped Garlic cook till golden brown. Put above tempering on meat mix and serve hot.

3. Shahi Tukda

Who doesn’t love Shahi Tukda? It’s indeed one of the best sweets we have and so make a bowl of Shahi tukda in Chef Ranveer Brar’s style for your guests and get compliments! It’s one of our favourite Eid recipes!!

Eid recipes


For Rabri
Milk (full fat)

1 litre
Sugar1/2 cup
Cardamom powder1/2 tsp
For Sugar water

150 ml
sugar100 gms
Cardamom Pods, cracked
For Tukda
Slices of bread, cut into roundels

Ghee for frying3 tbsp
For Garnish
Chopped Nuts


Heat milk in a heavy bottom pan. Once boiled, lower the flame. Keep stirring in intervals. Once the thick layer forms push it towards the corner of the pan. When it has reduced to half of its original quantity add sugar, cardamom powder, and mix. Reduce to 1/3 of the original quantity. Take off the heat and keep it aside. Heat water and sugar in a pan with pods of cardamom, and reduce till thick and syrupy. Meanwhile shallow fry the bread in ghee on medium flame till golden brown. Soak the fried bread in sugar syrup. While serving take the bread and arrange the bread on a plate, pour rabri on it, and garnish with chopped nuts.

4. Shukulata Al Habib 

Sheer khurma and Kheer are all fine, but how about a totally gorgeous plate of Shukulata Al Habib this Eid? Chef Ajay Thakur of Bayroute, Mumbai, the middle eastern restaurant, has curated a dish especially to add to the occasion of Eid, and it looks totally Insta-worthy. Read up on the recipe, and you’ll know it’s going to taste amazing as well.

Eid recipes


Chocolate mousse    
Amul cream

30 gm
chocolate dark morde120 gm
whip cream19 gm
white chocolate morde10 gm
Raspberry gel
raspberry puree

125 gm
icing sugar{sieved}30 gm
Raspberry Mousse
Raspberry puree

119 gm
castar sugar19 gm
70% chocolate96 gm
Whip cream133 gm
Brownie Base

340 gm
Baking powder3 gm
Baking Soda3 gm
Cocoa powder40 gm
salt3 gm
butter175 gm
Milk chocolate145 gm
Sugar175 gm
Caramelized chocolate

25 ml
Sugar200 gm
Dark chocolate80 gm


For the chocolate mousse: Melt both the chocolate together and keep it in a bowl. Whip the cream to a soft peak and keep it in a bowl. Now heat the cream and pour in chocolate into 3 parts and make a ganache fold the whipped cream in the chocolate ganache.

To make Raspberry gel: Mix pure and icing sugar and bring it to a boil. bland it with a hand blender and store in the fridge.

For Raspberry Mousse: Melt the chocolate and keep it in a bowl. Whip the cream to a soft peak and keep
it in a bowl. Now heat the raspberry pure and pour in chocolate in 3 parts and make the ganache. Fold the whipped cream in chocolate ganache at 50 degrees.

For brownie base: Take cream butter and sugar in a big bowl. Sieve all dry ingredients together (flour, salt, cocoa powder, baking powder, baking soda ). Melt chocolate and add in cream butter at 45 degrees. Fold the butter sugar and hot chocolate and add all dry ingredients to it and fold using the cut and fold method. Now in the baking tray pour the batter and bake it for 20 min @170 degrees C depending on tray size. After baking cut it into small cubes and store in the fridge.

For caramelized chocolate:

Take water sugar together in a pan and bring it to 117 degrees C. Now add small chopped pieces of chocolate in sugar and mix well off the heat using a wooden spoon. Store in a dry place or fridge.

Method Assembly:

Using a silicone half-sphere mould make a chocolate half sphere, give an even and thin coat, and keep it in the fridge for 10 mins. Use OHP plastic sheet to make chocolate rounds and put them in the fridge. Now get all mousses in different piping bags for assembly. Demould the chocolate sphere and make it even from the edge using a hot tray cut the hole in the sphere using hot nozzles, keep the half-sphere, and start piping chocolate mousse first, then add semi-warm chocolate brownie in small pieces.

Now pipe raspberry mousse on top of the caramelized chocolate on top and then close the half-sphere with another cut half sphere. For the platting make caramelized chocolate in a curve shape and on both sides using raspberry gel make a squish with the back of the spoon. Place the dome in the center and garnish with edible flowers and caramelized almonds and popping candy.

5. Sheer Khurma

But then nothing beats a classic bowl of Sheer Khurma and making it on Eid is a must. So, here’s a recipe of the same by Chef Prakash Joshi of Kynd Cafe and Bar Pune for you.


Vermicelli200 gm
Castor Sugar75 gm
Milk2 ltr
Condensed Milk80 gm
Pistachios50 gm
Green Cardamom50 gm
Cashewnut-30 gm
Raisins50 gm
Almond50 gm
Ghee200 ml


In a pan add ghee, add the vermicelli and fry on medium flame till gets light golden, and then add hot milk and castor sugar. After a few minutes, add condensed milk, meanwhile in a separate pan, heat 1 tbs ghee and add the nuts fry till gets light golden, then remove them and keep in a bowl. Then add these to vermicelli, cook for 10 minutes on low to medium, once gets slightly thick serve hot or cold. Garnish it with dry fruits.

So, which one of these Eid recipes are you going to try? Let us know in the comments below!

Also Read: Try your hands on these traditional non-vegetarian South Indian recipes by Madras Curry Channel!

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