‘Zara Hatkay’ MEATS TO TRY THIS Eid CELEBRATION

No matter how you say it, one thing is for certain- Eid Ul Adha is all about the food specifically the meat. It can be called as the season where you get the barbeque sessions in rhythm and it is one time when overeating is highly excusable.
The mouth gets all watered up as you see the succulent meat being worked upon. In Pakistan, we get in the full fervor to rejoice with amazing meat spreads and tantalizing tastes.
Social Diary is bringing you some amazing and different meat-ish recipes you should be trying out. Let’s check out what these are:

The Masala Chops

Get your taste buds fired up! Try these chops marinated in traditional spices and cooked in a creamy sauce, with a palatable taste and aromatic scent. It serves as a finger-licking appetizer, and will leave your family looking forward to the main course. The best part about Eid al Adha is that you have meat in excessive quantity, in all forms and sizes, so you can make this dish more than once.

Galawat ka Qeema

 

Step out of your comfort zone and savor your meats like never before! This dish is especially for those people who love subtle flavor and spices. You get it all marinated in roasted spices and cooked at a high flame. Prepare this delicious qeema for your guests at this year’s Eid gathering and pair them with naan or kulchas. Bon Appetit !

Spaghetti Bolognese

Okay before you get all confused and possibly offended, hear us out. Eid brings with us lots and lots of meat. So why not make use of meat mince with an Italian touch! Make Spaghetti Bolognese, which is cooked with beef mince. It is the ultimate spread of greatness and enjoy these flavors with are flavorsome, different and even make the kids all happy who otherwise are not much mused with the Eid dishes.

Beef Biryani

Yep, you heard us. Here’s a major twist to your usual biryani beauty. How about instead of chicken, you try out something far different. Beef is beautiful when it compliments your rice in such a way. We loved this and you should definitely give it a go this coming Eid!

 



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