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Cooking special dishes on the festival of Eid makes this celebration unique and cheerful. India is known for its diverse cuisine, hence a number of dishes can be cooked on this special day. From starters to main course dishes, desserts and drinks can be prepared on this glorious festival. The articles assigned in this chapter give a vivid detail about the various tasty dishes that can be cooked especially on the festival of Eid.
Known for its high quantity use of spices, Indian starters are both mouthwatering and delicious. Generally starters are either deep fried or tandoor baked and are considered the perfect way for starting Indian meals. The huge list of Indian starters include pakoras, tikkas and rolls. On the festival of Eid, starters can be a tasty gift for your dear ones. In the articles assigned to this chapter, recipes of different Indian veg starters have been detailed.
India is known for its unique blend of dishes. The main course dishes of India vary from region to region. The foods reflect the perfect blend of rich cultures of the country. The south Indian foods are marked for the use of coconut, tamarind, spices and rice. Rice dishes are prevalent in Eastern India cuisines. North India foods reflect the strong influence of Central Asia. On the other hand, Western Indian main course dishes include large variety of pulses and pickles. The articles mentioned below, discusses about lip-smacking main course dishes that can be prepared on the festival of Eid.
Whether it is the scorching heat of the summer or the spine-chilling winter, Indian desserts have always been irresistible. Known for their high-quality taste that linger in the mouth for a long time, a lavish lunch or dinner is incomplete without a plate of Indian dessert. On this festival of Eid, a mouthwatering and tempting dessert dish filled with gulab jamun, gajjar ka halwa or khulfi will surely be enjoyed by all. The articles assigned in this chapter discuss about the different recipes of desserts that will tantalize your dear ones.
Known for its wide variety of spicy dishes, India cuisines also have their fair share of drinks, which appeal to the mass for their sweetness and spiciness. Indian drinks or non-alcoholic beverages that are mainly prepared for beating the summer heat have secured a decent place in the different Indian cuisines. From Aam Panaa to Thandai, Chhanch, Jal Jeera, Numbu Paani, Lassi and more form the huge bulk of Indian non-alcoholic drinks. A number of these drinks can be prepared on this festival of Eid. The articles assigned in this chapter detail about the various refreshing drinks.