The joyous occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr calls for delicious and delectable Eid dishes so we’re excited to culminate this revered day with 7 easy Eid dessert recipes to try so you can enjoy with your family and friends.
Eid-ul-Fitr is the time when Muslims all around the world celebrate with their families, offer nawafil, wear new clothes, give Eidee, and show gratitude over home-cooked meals and Eid desserts. While some families have their traditional Eid dessert recipes, people now also love trying out new dishes that can become a part of their tradition. So the 7 easy Eid dessert recipes to try also include some popular dishes and new ones that are not just easy to make but they also taste good.
Therefore, for this Eid we’re giving you some inspiration for what you can make for Eid desserts and how you can style those desserts. So here are 7 easy Eid dessert recipes to try.
Traditionally called Saveiyan is a popual household dessert that all the families love. Some even have their secret family recipes that they’ve been following to make Sheer Khorma. And it’s so easy to make.
Kunafa is a much revered middle eastern dessert that has crossed over into South Asian households because of it’s unique flavour. Much credit also goes to Pakistani’s traveling to Turkey and and falling in love with Kunafa for this syrupy, nutty and creamy dessert.
COLD COFFEE NO BAKE CAKE
The cold coffee no bake cake is one of those recipes that every family member knows at the back of their head because its made with the simplest of ingredients that are readily available. I’ve made it many times and it’s always a hit. The only key is to serve it CHILLED!
RICE KHEER SHOTS
Passed on from the Mughals to us, Rice Kheer has many faces and is a versatile dish because you can incorporate fruits and nuts to saffrom, kewra and even chandi ka warq. It’s such an easy dish to make and is always a hit on Eid. So whether you serve it warm or chilled, in a thooti or glass shot – enjoy it.
ROSE WATER & PISTACHIO FIRNI
The firni is also a middle eastern dish that may have originated from ancient Persia or somewhere in the middle east that also is a regular dessert to be served.
Alan Davidson — in The Oxford Companion to Food — defines firni as:
“A sweet milky dessert, to be eaten cold, made either with corn-flour or rice flour or sometimes both, and usually flavoured with rose water and/or ground cardamom. The dish is decorated with chopped or ground almonds or pistachio nuts.”
TRES LECHES (MILK CAKE)
The Tres Leches or Milk Cake is a Latin American dessert that’s quickly made it’s way into every bakery. It’s actually a light air sponge cake that’s covered with 3 kinds of milk using evaporated milk, condensed milk and heavy cream and doesn’t really require butter or oil. You’ll find several recipes online.
Lab-e-Shireen is a famous Arabic dessert that is also made on Eid. This is rich flavored custard with vermicelli ,fresh fruits,dried fruits, fresh cream, and jelly. It tastes best when its nicely chill.