Ramadan/EID is an important time of the year celebrated by the Muslims. Here are a few authentic EID special recipes to enjoy with the whole family.


A mouth-watering and delicious dessert to enjoy during EID.

Prep Time: 05 mins

Cook Time: 25 mins

Serves: 4

Delicious phirni to enjoy with the whole family!


2 tbsp, Basmati rice

Water for the soaking

1 litre, Milk

¼ cup, Sugar

¼ tbsp, Cardamom powder

2 tbsp, Milk (infused with saffron)

Few dry fruits & nuts, fully chopped


Firstly, soak basmati rice for thirty minutes. Then discard the water and blend rice to a coarse paste. Keep it aside.

Now take a large Kadai and boil the milk.

Stir it occasionally, and simmer for ten minutes.

Keep the flame on low or till the milk thickens and then add in prepared coarse rice paste. Stir again continuously for 5 minutes. You can simmer for another 5 minutes stirring in between. After that boil, the milk till the rice gets cooked completely. Furthermore, add sugar and the saffron milk.

Mix it very well till the milk thickens and turns creamy.

Now add in cardamom powder and mix well again.

Finally, serve the chilled phirni garnished with a few chopped nuts.


A healthy and delicious paratha to decorate your festive platter.

Prep Time: 1hr 15 mins

Cook Time: 10 mins

Serves: 2

Healthy parathas to enjoy with your favourite curry!


200 gms, Khoya (Substitute- Goat Cheese)

1/4 gram, Saffron strands

5 ml, Kewda water

50 gms, Granulated sugar

10 gms, Cardamom powder

400 gms, Whole wheat flour

3 tbsp, Ghee

A pinch of salt

Water (as required)


Mix the whole wheat flour, salt in a bowl. Add ghee and knead into a soft dough with water. Cover the dough with a damp cloth and keep aside for an hour.

Grate the khoya, and keep it aside. Soak the saffron strands in 1 tsp. of warm water and add to the khoya (goat cheese), mix well. Now add the granulated sugar, cardamom powder and the kewda water and mix well. Divide the whole wheat flour dough into equal portions.

Stuff each portion with the khoya mixture and roll into a ball again.

Roll into parathas. Heat a griddle/hot plate and cook the parathas on both sides and finish with ghee till light brown on both sides.

Serve hot.


A delicious, spicy and aromatic dish to enjoy with the whole family to add extra crispiness in your festival platter.

Prep Time: 10 mins

Cook Time: 40 mins

Serves: 2

A yummy bowl of Arbi Gosht to enjoy during EID!


500 gms, Mutton

8-10, Arbi or Sweet Potatoes

1 1/2 tsp, Red chili powder

1/4 tsp, Turmeric powder

2 tsp, Coriander powder

1 tsp, Garlic paste

1 tsp, Ginger paste

3 tbsp, Fresh coriander leaves

2-3, Green chilies

2, Tomatoes

2, Onions

1, Cinnamon stick

1, Cardamom

A pinch of salt to taste

4-5 tbsp, Oil

Oil (for frying)


Wash and peel the arbi/sweet potatoes. After removing the skin, cut into halves and wash.

In a pan take little oil and deep fry the arbi/sweet potatoes until they are golden in colour as fried potatoes.

Heat oil and add cinnamon stick, cardamom and finely chopped onions, fry onions till golden brown.

Add the meat and sauté for a minute. Add ginger garlic paste and fry for a few minutes.

Add coriander, turmeric, red chili powder and salt. Cook on low flame. By adding a few sprinkles of water in between shall prevent it from burning.

Add finely chopped tomatoes and let it cook until tomatoes are soft.

Add water to the mutton and mix.

Once the water comes to a boil, reduce heat to low and cover the lid and let the mutton cook well. 

Add fried arbi/sweet potatoes pieces and green chilies and simmer for about 5 minutes.

Now add water depending on how thin you want the gravy. Mix well and bring to boil, until the Arbi/sweet potatoes become soft.

Garnish it with fresh coriander leaves.

Once you try your hands on these delicious and yummy EID recipes, do not forget to check out our tasty range of recipes at https://www.kugans.com/pages/recipe.


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