BakrId Delicacies From Around The World
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One of the most popularly observed Muslim holidays worldwide is Bakra Eid, also known as Eid-ul-Adha. The huge sacrifice made to the Prophet by his follower during this "Feast of Sacrifice" or "Sacrifice Feast" symbolises that follower's unwavering confidence in and loyalty to the Almighty. Muslim families will exchange gifts, dress in their finest embroidered attire, and, of course, enjoy traditional delicacies on this day. We cannot overlook the fact that this event is every meat lover's fantasy come true because "food" is a significant component of the celebration. The delicious occasion of Eid-ul-Adha is eagerly anticipated and features a mouthwatering variety of aromatic, rich, and appealing foods!

Here are some of the best Bakr Eid delicacies from around the world that are worth trying-


Tajine is a popular dish n, North Africa, especially during Bakr Eid celebrations. This delectable cuisine consists of savoury stews that have been cooked slowly and spiced with meat and vegetables or fruits like plums or apricots. Although lamb or beef can also be used for Eid, chicken is most frequently the meat. The dish was given its name from the triangular-shaped clay cooking pot.

This well-known South Asian dish is served with raita (a cucumber, mint, and yoghurt dip), salad, and pickles on the side. It is made of spiced rice, vegetables, and mutton (though any kind of meat will do). Since a traditional biryani can feed a whole crew, this meal is offered not just during Bakr Eid but also during other celebrations. Biryani is the ultimate emotion that combines meat and rice with flavours that burst in the mouth.

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Indonesia's version of the traditional Dutch layer cake, called lapis legit, was influenced by its history of Dutch colonisation. It is prepared similarly to a conventional cake, using wheat, butter, and eggs, but it also includes cardamom, clove, cinnamon, and nutmeg from Indonesia. Given that each layer is prepared from the batter that is poured and broiled before being combined into the finished product, it may be one of the most time-consuming Eid dishes.


It may seem very similar to Biryani because it consists of fried veggies, meat (often chicken, turkey, or lamb), and rice cooked together in a pot. But there's a twist- After cooking all the ingredients together, they are then placed onto the platter upside down. This meal, which is widely consumed throughout the Middle East but especially in nations like Iraq and Syria, is the ideal fusion of traditional Arabic flavours. In the end, it resembles a sizable rice-and-meat-topped savoury cake.